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  Reply # 979331 3-Feb-2014 12:55 Send private message

Does that mean that it can run 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz in the same time?

TimA:
DjShadow: Can anyone who has this router already advise how they find the WiFi on it? We were given a Vodafone Station to use with adsl2+ but went back to our trusty netgear router as wifi devices kept dropping

Wifi is 2.4 and 5GHZ dual stream. I would compare it to my Fritz 7340 in terms of response and range, Also has Wifi AC.


PM me for any queries about the device.


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  Reply # 979389 3-Feb-2014 14:08 Send private message

So got my HG659 on Saturday. Quite a nice little box. And 2.4/5Ghz separate and GBit Wlan ports and a separate WLAN port. Just sad the VoIP is munted by VF. Would replace sooo much cabling! I'll see if I am brave enough to flash....


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  Reply # 979400 3-Feb-2014 14:25 Send private message

olivernz: So got my HG659 on Saturday. Quite a nice little box. And 2.4/5Ghz separate and GBit Wlan ports and a separate WLAN port. Just sad the VoIP is munted by VF. Would replace sooo much cabling! I'll see if I am brave enough to flash....



Hey! I'd be interested to hear what kind of guest wifi network you can setup and if you can do any bandwidth control by IP or MAX address?

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  Reply # 979416 3-Feb-2014 14:43 Send private message

None as far as I can see. You can dedicate the 2.4Ghz network as guest but there is no special Guest function that I can see. Also no bandwidth limiting.

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  Reply # 979428 3-Feb-2014 14:51 Send private message

There is a bandwidth control setting under 'Internet'. It appears to be total bandwidth over all connections to/from the modem rather than per-SSID.




(On holiday in theoretically sunny Nelson until Monday)

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  Reply # 979961 4-Feb-2014 10:44 Send private message

I just had a report of good WAF from home, the DLNA server on the HG659 router plays content my old Netgear DGND3700 wouldn't play!

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 980283 4-Feb-2014 19:45 Send private message

Anyone figure out the admin password yet? I've heard that vodafone have restricted changing the SIP settings, preventing voip calls from external providers through a regular analog telephone.  

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  Reply # 980304 4-Feb-2014 20:24 Send private message

olivernz: So got my HG659 on Saturday. Quite a nice little box. And 2.4/5Ghz separate and GBit Wlan ports and a separate WLAN port. Just sad the VoIP is munted by VF. Would replace sooo much cabling! I'll see if I am brave enough to flash....



If you break it, you own all the pieces. :-P




Broadcast Engineer Media Services Group Vodafone New Zealand

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  Reply # 980327 4-Feb-2014 21:16 Send private message

Yeah, don't want to go there. Was so nice and easy with the HG556. Anyway i thought I lived on the cheap side long enough so now I have splurged out on one of those Linksys boxes. Works a treat and now independent of router but ANOTER pug in the board :-(



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  Reply # 981965 7-Feb-2014 16:46 Send private message

I took the gamble and signed up for VDSL with the supplied HG659 home gateway router (2 weeks ago) and the modem finally arrived today.

Open the box, and the quick start guide inside the box says to download the full manual on http://consumer.huawei.com/en (enter HG659 in the search box).   

Sadly that comes back with:
http://consumer.huawei.com/en/search/index.htm?keywords=HG659 

"Sorry, No results were found."




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Master Geek
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  Reply # 981967 7-Feb-2014 16:49 Send private message

Malingo: Anyone figure out the admin password yet? I've heard that vodafone have restricted changing the SIP settings, preventing voip calls from external providers through a regular analog telephone.  


This is not good.  I can understand if we were renting their modem, but these are our purchased outright modems - crippled by Vodafone.  

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  Reply # 981976 7-Feb-2014 16:54 Send private message

From the Vodafone VDSL thread:
 

Case sensitive. Haven't managed to get the VOIP side going however. Everything in the menus is pretty self explanatory.

/Edit: Removed at request of someone higher up the foodchain. Sorry folks.




Nexus 5, Galaxy Note 10.1, ASUS UX31e Ultrabook, Mysky HDi, 2talk

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 981980 7-Feb-2014 16:59 Send private message

Darn. It's the VoIP settings that I want to be able to edit. Keep us posted if you figure it out.

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  Reply # 981983 7-Feb-2014 17:01 Send private message

VOIP stuff is all editable with the Admin password and saves ok but there is some other issue.




Nexus 5, Galaxy Note 10.1, ASUS UX31e Ultrabook, Mysky HDi, 2talk



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Master Geek
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  Reply # 981986 7-Feb-2014 17:03 Send private message

Malingo: Anyone figure out the admin password yet? I've heard that vodafone have restricted changing the SIP settings, preventing voip calls from external providers through a regular analog telephone.  


This thread says the username/password is vodafone/vodafone... 
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=40&topicid=133841

Will check later tonight.

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