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Old 10-10-2014, 03:20 PM   #21
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I just arrived at the MH with a new device. It's from Verizon and gives me WiFi through the cellphone network.

So far, so good. Right now I'm getting about 15 Mb/sec down, and about 7 MB/sec up. I think I'm gonna like this a lot.
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Old 10-10-2014, 06:42 PM   #22
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I just arrived at the MH with a new device. It's from Verizon and gives me WiFi through the cellphone network.

So far, so good. Right now I'm getting about 15 Mb/sec down, and about 7 MB/sec up. I think I'm gonna like this a lot.
Lower your bills by renting out bandwidth to your neighbors.
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Actually I could do that. I connect through a router (WRT54GS) with non-factory firmware (DD-WRT), and I think it's capable of limiting bandwidth on its virtual interfaces. So I could have an unlimited WiFi for me, and constricted WiFi for friends and neighbors. But no; it's mine, all mine, hee hee hee!
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Old 10-11-2014, 10:44 AM   #24
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Actually I could do that. I connect through a router (WRT54GS) with non-factory firmware (DD-WRT), and I think it's capable of limiting bandwidth on its virtual interfaces. So I could have an unlimited WiFi for me, and constricted WiFi for friends and neighbors. But no; it's mine, all mine, hee hee hee!
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