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WG3526 with MC7455

Post by JimHelms » Sun Apr 29, 2018 3:01 pm

Carrier:
Sprint
Distance_to_Tower:
2.1 to 3 Miles
Type_of_Device:
WG3526-P Mounted inside Antenna Enclosure
Type_of_Modem:
Sierra Wireless MC7455
Firmware:
GoldenOrb
Antenna_Setup:
WiFix 2400-2700MHz WiFi 4G LTE 19dBi Directional MIMO Antenna (± 45° )
Cable_Type:
CAT6A Ethernet Cable
Speedtest_Photo_1:
Speedtest_Photo_2:
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Didneywhorl
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Re: WG3526 with MC7455

Post by Didneywhorl » Sun Apr 29, 2018 8:59 pm

Wow! Noice!
LTE noob, for sure. Learning though.

cherub05
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Re: WG3526 with MC7455

Post by cherub05 » Mon Oct 01, 2018 5:54 pm

Carrier AT&T Band 30/12 aggregation I'm getting 45 down & 19.9 up but my ping is all over the place because of NAT444. The closest net hub to me is Chicago or Washington D.C. and I'm trying to locate the best VPN service that can provide me an addressable public IP to stabilize it. Any suggestions and what settings do I need to do in the router
There should be no "Last Mile" but here we are......

Didneywhorl
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Re: WG3526 with MC7455

Post by Didneywhorl » Tue Oct 02, 2018 7:46 am

I cant say Im super experienced here, but do you have a public ip from ATT? Sometimes you can request one for a few bucks more per month, though Im not familiar with ATTs offerings.

Also, why do you say NAT is causing ping issues.... I need to google "NAT444".
LTE noob, for sure. Learning though.

cherub05
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Re: WG3526 with MC7455

Post by cherub05 » Tue Oct 02, 2018 1:00 pm

I'm using a MVNO provider on AT&T's network "NetBuddy". I am not on a publicly pulled IP address. What Double Nat essentially is: A carrier puts 100's possibly 1000's of its subscribers behind 1<----ONE! IP address! All but a few ports are open (strict NAT). This essentially breaks end to end internet. Kills gaming, increases lag, home security monitoring, some digital streaming services, controlling your thermostat before you get home, paying bills on line ect.. Should one person behind that shared IP address be breaking the law everyone behind that address is suspect!!!!!
There should be no "Last Mile" but here we are......

cherub05
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Re: WG3526 with MC7455

Post by cherub05 » Tue Oct 02, 2018 1:56 pm

As you can see I need to fix some things. I do believe a good VPN provider can help
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cherub05
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Re: WG3526 with MC7455

Post by cherub05 » Wed Oct 03, 2018 9:39 pm

UM, I don't think people are looking at the raw CMD reports..... those web based pics I gave are not at all consistent! I promise there is no malicious code in them.
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Didneywhorl
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Re: WG3526 with MC7455

Post by Didneywhorl » Thu Oct 04, 2018 10:08 am

:)
LTE noob, for sure. Learning though.

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