I think voltage might matter with the Mobley and OTA updates. Anything even slightly below 12V might block it. I think Mobley is looking for 13V+ to indicate the motor is running before attempting an update.
I'd just drive around with the Mobley plugged in until it gets v1.0.1. Make sure the red LED isn't solid when shutting the car off, that means it's taking the update and could brick if interrupted.
Feature, not a bug. Blocking remote NAT helps to prevent botnets that rely on NAT from draining the network of resources.
People that pay for Static IPs usually are smart enough to firewall and antivirus.
Alright I finally got my Unite Explore and have been putting it through a lot of tests. Thus far the Explore blows my Mobley out the water. In my driveway I was only getting a max of around 7mbps but on my phone and Explore I was in the 20s. I'll do my driving test probably tomorrow to see how the Explore holds up on the interstate. The Explore definitely allows more customization when it comes to the network. My Mobley wouldn't let me add an APN or change DNS servers etc. I can do all of that with the Explore. So I'm definitely liking it more than the Mobley at the moment but once again my Mobley is under my dash. Once I get a cord I'll test it again to see if things improve. The Explore also has an app you can download that gives you all of the Hotspot info on your phone at a glance. If you have a pin lock on the sim card you can enter it on the app. You don't have to go to the device to type it in and you can reboot etc from the app. It will even send you notification alerts if you are nearing your data limit or if you go over. Not that it's needed with the unlimited plans but it's good to have just in case. The Mobley is very basic and even something as basic as checking data usage you can't do unless you login to your account online. The Explore shows you the data in the app and Web portal and of course on the device itself. So thus far I'm really loving the Explore and may end up adding it to my Plus plan and maybe getting rid of the Mobley. Not sure yet. I've been seeing new Explores on ebay for $125 so that isn't bad at all. I'll post some screenshots. First screenshot is the speedtest on my iPhone 6s plus. Second screenshot is the speedtest using the Explore. Third screenshot is the signal info on the Explore. And 4th screenshot is the speedtest on the mobley I did in the exact same spot a few days ago. 5th screenshot is the best speedtest I've had on the Mobley. 10 down and 19 up and that was in an area where my phone had 5 dots of service.
Here's an odd one. Is AT&T's routing really so whacked that it sends my Missouri-to-Dallas traffic through Denver, New York, Dallas and then Austin before going back to Dallas, or do they just not do a good job of accurately maintaining the reverse DNS (PTR) records??
Code:Tracing route to dfw.speedtest.sbcglobal.net [18.104.22.168] over a maximum of 30 hops: 1 2 ms 3 ms 4 ms 192.168.1.1 2 78 ms 61 ms 46 ms 172.26.96.169 3 62 ms 101 ms 48 ms 172.18.136.252 4 * * * Request timed out. 5 103 ms 77 ms 73 ms 22.214.171.124 6 121 ms 76 ms 79 ms gbr3.dvmco.ip.att.net [126.96.36.199] 7 81 ms 75 ms 82 ms gbr3.n54ny.ip.att.net [188.8.131.52] 8 102 ms 104 ms 86 ms cr1.dlstx.ip.att.net [184.108.40.206] 9 99 ms 85 ms 109 ms gar3.auttx.ip.att.net [220.127.116.11] 10 73 ms 79 ms 112 ms 18.104.22.168 11 107 ms 81 ms 175 ms dfw.speedtest.sbcglobal.net [22.214.171.124] Trace complete.
I just wish that the Explore was more stable while your mobile . It's total crap compared to the Verizon 6620L!