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    Mofi 4500

    The Verizon version of the Mofi 4500 was released. I just ordered one. Looks like it should be good. Cat. 6 with all the Verizon bands.

    Had anyone used it yet?

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    Mr. Toad, did you receive your router? I'm thinking about getting the same thing but using it on Sprint and AT&T. How does it work for you? Can you lock to a specific LTE band?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Toad View Post
    The Verizon version of the Mofi 4500 was released. I just ordered one. Looks like it should be good. Cat. 6 with all the Verizon bands.

    Had anyone used it yet?
    where did you order it from?

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    Looks like the cheapest place is direct from mofi. Amazon and ebay have it through mofi, but it looks like mofi increases the cost on those sites to make up for the commission they'd have to pay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nostaldia View Post
    where did you order it from?
    I ordered it directly from Mofi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calimansi808 View Post
    Mr. Toad, did you receive your router? I'm thinking about getting the same thing but using it on Sprint and AT&T. How does it work for you? Can you lock to a specific LTE band?

    Thanks.
    I got it a couple days ago. I have not had time to play around with it yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Toad View Post
    I got it a couple days ago. I have not had time to play around with it yet.

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    So its an all in one modem/router - you don't need any other hardware?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nostaldia View Post
    So its an all in one modem/router - you don't need any other hardware?
    Yes. It is a 802.11AC wireless router with a Verizon modem built in. It also has a WAN port if you have another Internet connection.

    The software is not the easiest to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Toad View Post
    Yes. It is a 802.11AC wireless router with a Verizon modem built in. It also has a WAN port if you have another Internet connection.

    The software is not the easiest to use.

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    Could you check the 802.11AC part? I believe they only have N supported. This is one of the problems with the router; no gigabit eithernet and no AC support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calimansi808 View Post
    Could you check the 802.11AC part? I believe they only have N supported. This is one of the problems with the router; no gigabit eithernet and no AC support.
    Will do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calimansi808 View Post
    Could you check the 802.11AC part? I believe they only have N supported. This is one of the problems with the router; no gigabit eithernet and no AC support.
    My mistake the box says it is an AC device. It is not. Wireless N. The ports are also just 10/100.

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    Did you have a chance to play with it over the weekend?

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    Any updates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by truefan31 View Post
    Any updates?
    I have been busy. I had left the sim in a T1114 and the line lost unlimited. Not sure if I will play around with it right now.

    When I did speed tests the speeds were comparable to the T1114.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Toad View Post
    The Verizon version of the Mofi 4500 was released. I just ordered one. Looks like it should be good. Cat. 6 with all the Verizon bands.

    Had anyone used it yet?

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    Is this a Verizon only MoFi? Or is it the new model that supports every carrier under the sun*?




    *In North America and possibly Europe, at any rate.
    Photobucket's policy changes SUCK!

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