The AT&T 3G MicroCell up against the Verizon FIOS Actiontec MI424WR Ver. I
Well when I was away from the house for a couple of hours I decided to open up the iPhone app for the MicroCell just to see what happened. In a few minutes I received a text message saying that the GPS on the MicroCell was not connected to my iPhone in the house. Shortly after that I got back at my house, sat down at my laptop and I received an email. The email informed me that the 3G MicroCell was now ACTIVATED.I took a look at my iPhone display and sure enough. I had 5 bars and next to that it said, AT&T M-Cell. So let me get down and dirty and give you the low down on getting the system to activate for you. First> Go online and type in the IP address for your FIOS Router, it should be: 192.168.1.1. Next find out which IP address is for the 3G MicroCell. Usually it will be the called new-host . For the User Name type in: admin and the password: password1 or just password. Click on the Firewall Settings > Do you want to proceed? And click Yes. Then selected: Minimum Security (Low) Inbound Policy: Accept.
Outbound Policy: Accept. Then go to Port Forwarding > Create new port forwarding rule: and in the drop down menu click > new-host and the IP address for the 3G MicroCell on your system. In the next drop down menu click > custom ports. And you also have to click on the Advanced Settings box too.