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Created: Jun 15, 2014
MyDogHasFleas Created: Jun. 15, 2014
Joe, sorry for replying to an old post, but I'm diving into the world of VLANs myself. I actually have two separate networks in my house, one for U-verse TV, and one for Time Warner Cable Internet. I am going to combine these over physical cables using VLANs, and also use VLANs to isolate my home lab servers from my casual home Internet access users. I wanted to point you...
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Created: Mar 8, 2012
MyDogHasFleas Created: Mar. 8, 2012
I'm not an AT&T person but I really don't think this is possible. iPhone plans and iPad plans are two different things entirely and not transferable.
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Created: Jan 10, 2012
MyDogHasFleas Created: Jan. 10, 2012
Really not a good idea to power cycle electronics daily. Things like routers, switches, STBs, and the Microcell are actually designed to be running 24x7. (STBs you should do soft power off though.)
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Created: Jan 10, 2012
MyDogHasFleas Created: Jan. 10, 2012
This is complete and utter bull you are being given by the support guy. First off, the device doesn't even KNOW there's a switch there. Second, I personally have always had mine on a switch (two of them in series actually), and I connect fine. I recommend you call Support again and try to get someone who's not a complete fool. [Edited to comply with Guidelines]
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Created: Jan 10, 2012
MyDogHasFleas Created: Jan. 10, 2012
Assuming the MicroCell is still under warranty, take it in for a replacement. I did this with mine and it fixed a lot of issues.
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Created: Jan 5, 2012
MyDogHasFleas Created: Jan. 5, 2012
Yes, I actually got a new MicroCell (warranty replacement) and also I think the firmware has been updated. Calling is much more solid now. No delay, no dropped calls for me since I got the new mCell.
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Created: Dec 21, 2011
MyDogHasFleas Created: Dec. 21, 2011
I'm not going to read all 5 pages of this thread, just working off the first post. My advice: in this order: if one step doesn't work try the next 1) reboot MicroCell 2) reboot iPhone after closing all open apps 3) go into Airplane Mode for a few seconds then out again 4) on iPhone reset all network settings. You will have to re-establish any WiFi passwords etc. that you ...
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Created: Dec 21, 2011
MyDogHasFleas Created: Dec. 21, 2011
My advice is to fix your WiFi issues. Cell data through the MicroCell is pretty bad. The speeds are often lower than what you'd get on the regular Cell network, and also the data counts against your cell data allocation, because AT&T routes it all through their cell network backhaul and accounts for it the same way that they account for cell data through their standard to...
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Created: May 9, 2011
MyDogHasFleas Created: May. 9, 2011
Basically what happens on the iPhone (I have iPhone 4) is that if it sees a stronger signal from a cell tower than from your MicroCell it will switch over to the cell tower. And sometimes it will not switch back for quite a while. I've seen this happen myself. What I'd recommend is: get right next to your MicroCell, put the iPhone in Airplane mode for a few seconds, then ...
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Created: May 9, 2011
MyDogHasFleas Created: May. 9, 2011
What he said. It's not a revenue protection issue, it's a legal/regulatory issue. They are only allowed to transmit/receive cell signals in certain areas... whether it happens to be one of their own cell towers, or a MicroCell. And, certainly, outside the USA, all kinds of other legal/regulatory issues come into play. If you want to make cheap phone calls from overseas ge...
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Created: May 9, 2011
MyDogHasFleas Created: May. 9, 2011
A Microcell call is really no different from a regular cellphone call, except that the (femto) cell tower is in your house, and the backhaul is your Internet connection. And, even though the femtocell and internet backhaul is in your house, it's opaque to you (all encrypted and protected). So there's no way to intercept the call in any way. So, it has no more or less capa...
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Created: May 6, 2011
MyDogHasFleas Created: May. 6, 2011
Don't forget this issue may well not be the phone or MicroCell at all, it may be your Internet service. Suggest trying this test to check it out: http://myvoipspeed.visualware.com/
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Created: Jul 2, 2010
MyDogHasFleas Created: Jul. 2, 2010
Any chance of trying it with a different DHCP server? I don't know what kind of network you have but if it's a home network it sounds like you've disabled the DHCP service on your router (if you have one) and are running it on a server. If you have a router try plugging the MicroCell directly into it.
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