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    Also one has Wireless N+150Mbps and the other has Wireless N+300Mbps
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardG View Post
    If I am not mistaken the difference between MBR 3220 & MBR 3420... MBR 3220 only allows for 3G/Dongle USB modem to be connected and MBR 3420 if not mistaken for DSL and 3G modem(Fail Over)
    They both have the fail over feature.

    Quote Originally Posted by Romito View Post
    Also one has Wireless N+150Mbps and the other has Wireless N+300Mbps
    Yes, that's the difference, and the MR3220 has one less antennae.

    So the MR3220 is more than enough to use it with a E1820 and iBurst modem in the same house?

    Thanks gentlemen...

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    Also compare both specifications MR 3220 and MBR 3420
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardG View Post
    Also compare both specifications MR 3220 and MBR 3420
    Thanks Richard... I emailed Uniterm Direct and they have stock of the MR3220, still R387 for myBB members.

    I'll get one tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madhawk View Post
    Thanks Richard... I emailed Uniterm Direct and they have stock of the MR3220, still R387 for myBB members.

    I'll get one tomorrow.
    Tell me how things go with the router, and if I can pick it up later on at your place and do my own testing please as my RSSI is up to no good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardG View Post
    Tell me how things go with the router, and if I can pick it up later on at your place and do my own testing please as my RSSI is up to no good.
    The router is not going to sort out your RSSI....What you need is this to sort out your signal issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madhawk View Post
    The router is not going to sort out your RSSI....What you need is this to sort out your signal issue.
    Well, depends. If he's in the basement then putting the router upstairs maybe by a window could improve things drastically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajax View Post
    Well, depends. If he's in the basement then putting the router upstairs maybe by a window could improve things drastically.
    I found out which base station I connect 2 and I am very disappointed as the base station seems to be a couple of KM away from me.. (If the correct location was given) will find out later where the other base station I connect 2 are located.
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    Hey guys

    Couple of things......

    1. We've got beta firmware from TP-Link which should hopefully solve these Cell-C issues, if not we'll need the syslog files which can be sent to tp-link@dbg.co.za, the links off our website are here MR34020 and MR3220

    2. I saw a question being asked about the differences between the MR3420 and MR3220, in terms of features they are 100% identical, the only difference between the two is that the MR3420 is Wireless-N (supporting WI-FI speeds of up to 300mbps) and the MR3220 is Lite-N (support speeds of up to 150mbps) please note these are the WI-FI speeds and not the 3G speeds, 3G performance will be identical on both units.

    3. We've received stock of the high gain (11dBi) 3G antenna's and are doing a promotion on them, I'm pleased to say that we've once again got a special for the MyBB members, we're doing the kit which includes the MR3420, LPDA11A antenna, 3G coupler and UC100 for R899 including VAT, this price is exclusive to MyBB members and the UC100 is also only thrown in with the kit for MyBB members. To order send an email to sales@dbg.co.za stock code is MR3420-LPDA and mention that you're a MyBB member (with your user name) and you'll qualify for this great bundle at the discounted price. This bundle retails for around R1300 including vat, price will be valid while stocks last.
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    Or you can get yourself one of these
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    I saw a question being asked about the differences between the MR3420 and MR3220, in terms of features they are 100% identical, the only difference between the two is that the MR3420 is Wireless-N (supporting WI-FI speeds of up to 300mbps) and the MR3220 is Lite-N (support speeds of up to 150mbps) please note these are the WI-FI speeds and not the 3G speeds, 3G performance will be identical on both units.
    Thanks for the reply.

    I'm pleased to say that we've once again got a special for the MyBB members, we're doing the kit which includes the MR3420, LPDA11A antenna, 3G coupler and UC100 for R899 including VAT,
    Very nice, thanks. For those that don't know what the kit looks like, it looks like THIS plus the UC100.

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    Anyone tried this to see if it works with CellC HSPA+?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Romito View Post
    Anyone tried this to see if it works with CellC HSPA+?
    With these specs, I'd say not, but then the regional differances might make allowances for changes ...

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
    GSM BAND (GSM/GPRS/EDGE) ANTENNA
    850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz 3 Internal antennas
    Power Class 4 (+33 dBm, 850 / 900 MHz)
    Power Class 1 (+30 dBm, 1800 / 1900 MHz)
    UMTS/HSDPA BAND * MicroSD card interface
    850 / 1900 / 2100 MHz
    Power Class 3 (+24 dBm)
    DATA THROUGHPUT **
    Downlink up to 3.6 Mbps in HSDPA mode
    Uplink up to 384 Kbps in HSUPA mode
    Max. 54 Mbps in 802.11g mode
    Standards
    802.11b
    802.11g
    Wireless Security
    64/128-bit WEP
    WPA-PSK & WPA2-PSK
    WPS-PIN
    Built-in firewall
    VPN
    L2TP/PPTP/IPSec VPN Pass-through
    ADVAnced functions
    Storage file sharing
    UPnP
    Port Forwarding
    CARD SLOTS
    Standard 6-pin SIM card interface
    LED Status Indicators
    Power Status
    Signal Status
    DIMENSIONS (L x W x H)
    110 x 65 x 13.6 mm
    WEIGHT
    103 grams
    Operating Temperature
    0 to 40 ̊C (23 to 104 ̊F)
    Operating Humidity
    10% - 90% (Non-condensing)
    CERTIFICATIONs
    CE
    FCC
    NCC
    RoHS Compliant
    * Supported frequency band is dependent upon regional hardware version. Supported UMTS bands include 850/1900/2100 MHz, 900/1900/2100 MHz and 900/2100 MHz.
    ** Data rates are theoretical. Data transfer rate depends on network capacity and signal strength.
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    Thanks Kernel - tried the new firmware - it's still taking EIGHTY seconds to identify the modem before connecting, which makes things extremely slow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Park@82 View Post
    No, what firmware are you on? Mine says:
    Firmware Version: 3.11.11 Build 101104 Rel.70817n
    Firmware version 3.12.2 Build 110111 Rel.33555n is out and can be downloaded here.

    If its a bug with the router, maybe a firmware upgrade could help.

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