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Next G devices.

Post by kablekill » 29 Jul 2016, 16:09

Good afternoon poeple, Looks like I have a temp internet connected.

My question is if anyone has tried to get a USB or wifi only hub like the Telstra MF910V to connected to a router via ethernet?

Any help would be great. Complet shot in the dark..

Thanks Guys.
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Post by kharis » 29 Jul 2016, 16:38

not sure that would work at all, only thing i could suggest is connecting the dongle to a pc and then using that to share the net through the lan ports on the router (turning it into a switch basically)
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Re: Next G devices.

Post by kablekill » 29 Jul 2016, 16:47

kharis wrote:not sure that would work at all, only thing i could suggest is connecting the dongle to a pc and then using that to share the net through the lan ports on the router (turning it into a switch basically)
This is what I am looking for yes, not sure I want to have the main rig used as a pass through device for that at the moment. But this is likely the best option at this time. Might see if I can grab a small PC with a ethernet port.

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Post by kharis » 29 Jul 2016, 17:12

No worries. Let me know how it turns out. Any old laptops floating around? They work well for that kind of thing
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Post by Punkley » 30 Jul 2016, 00:12

yes, it sometimes works, stuff like this

https://www.tbdproductions.com.au/telstra4gzte823/

Saying this a micro TPlink 4g router works with most things.
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