Based on a Google search am guessing that the Vodafone NZ SureSignal Enterprise is the Alcatel-Lucent 9362 Version 1.5, does anyone know if that is correct?
Based on Alcatel-Lucent documents the Sure Signal Enterprise seem to be able to seamless hand off to each other and to the 'macro network' (cell towers) , again does anyone know if this is correct?
The farm has a 'shed' which is about 120m from the main house, as per the title was wondering if it is possible to have two Sure Signal Enterprise devices behind a single ADSL router and if so would the two SureSignal devices had off a mobile voice call to each other?
Have searched the Internet and it seems that in Europe sometimes you can have two devices behind a single real IP, seems that know-one is sure why it works sometimes and does not others. Has anyone tried it?
An alternative would be to allocate via DHCP a real IP to the SureSignal devices, does anyone know if Vodafone would facilitate that?
Also does the MTU setting have to be 1500 for SureSignal to work, seems in Europe the MTU setting matters in some cases depending on whether the ISP correctly fragments packets, reason am asking is would prefer to use a bridged set-up.
Have tried two modems the Vodafone hg556a and a Speedtouch ST5x6v6. The Speedtouch is is in bridge mode to a WRT54GL behind it. The speed difference is about 500 kbps, both are about 500 kbps up but the Speedtouch is about 3500 kbps down while the hg556a is about 2950 kbps down. Attenuation is 55-58db and line length is about 4.2km. The exchange is ADSL1 only and both modems are set to an ADSL1 profile
Finally Alcatel-Lucent have an outdoor version of the SureSignal device in the 9360 family, will it be available in NZ?