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Topic # 115678 3-Apr-2013 12:33
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Here is Part 1.

I called up and ordered service as soon as it was announced (more or less). Due to easter etc the earliest booking I could get was 8/4/13.

This morning this arrived :



It appears that they are out of stock of the more basic model, this one has ADSL/VSDL, Ethernet WAN and 3g. on the LAN side it has 3x3 802.11n and gig ethernet.

Most impressively it has USB connectivity for Webcam/Media/Printer and VOiP support.

I have replaced my old DSL modem with it and it is all working well, here are some screenshots.

Here is the inital login screen



Here is the WiFi setup screen



Has a little UI for connected devices 



I plugged a HDD into it to test the Media capabilites



And here is the webui for the Media sharing




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  Reply # 792265 3-Apr-2013 12:44
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Just reserving this for the post once the engineers have been to install :)

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  Reply # 792280 3-Apr-2013 12:51
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Sure you want the pic up that shows what files you have on there, I wouldn't given what's there...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 792285 3-Apr-2013 12:55
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Good point

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  Reply # 792286 3-Apr-2013 12:55
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ah, nice to see so many legally acquired movies :P

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  Reply # 792314 3-Apr-2013 13:26
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NonprayingMantis: ah, nice to see so many legally acquired movies :P


Now with UFB it will enable him to get them quicker :)

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  Reply # 792335 3-Apr-2013 13:47
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does it have 2 usb ports? on the website it saying 2 but i can only see 1 in images

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  Reply # 792351 3-Apr-2013 13:55
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Any chance for some speed test results now so we can compare once installed?



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  Reply # 792360 3-Apr-2013 14:02
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ashnizzle: does it have 2 usb ports? on the website it saying 2 but i can only see 1 in images


It has one on the back and one that has a cover on it for a 3g modem, I have just popped a USB pendrive into it and it shows up two drives... I am guessing you could also hang a USB hub off it.



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  Reply # 792367 3-Apr-2013 14:06
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Paulthagerous: Any chance for some speed test results now so we can compare once installed?









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  Reply # 792370 3-Apr-2013 14:09
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whatis the transfer rate of the USB storage like?

I have found in the past that modems with USB slots don't handle it very well and transferring files to/from the storage takes an absolute age

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  Reply # 792373 3-Apr-2013 14:11
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WhiteRabbit:
ashnizzle: does it have 2 usb ports? on the website it saying 2 but i can only see 1 in images


It has one on the back and one that has a cover on it for a 3g modem, I have just popped a USB pendrive into it and it shows up two drives... I am guessing you could also hang a USB hub off it.


thats good to know. will save me buying a router for now. hopefully the pace ones are good.



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  Reply # 792425 3-Apr-2013 14:54
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NonprayingMantis: whatis the transfer rate of the USB storage like?

I have found in the past that modems with USB slots don't handle it very well and transferring files to/from the storage takes an absolute age


Copy 500mb from my PC to the USB key on the router 

~# rsync --progress ./file.out /mnt/C3_P0/file.out
file.out
500000000 100% 7.58MB/s 0:01:02 (xfer#1, to-check=0/1)


Copy 500mb from my PC to the HDD on the router

~# rsync --progress file.out /mnt/Ext_HDD/file.out
file.out
500000000 100% 10.36MB/s 0:00:46 (xfer#1, to-check=0/1)


Copy 500mb from the USB Key on the router to my PC

~# rsync --progress /mnt/C3_P0/file.out ./file.out2
file.out
500000000 100% 11.77MB/s 0:00:40 (xfer#1, to-check=0/1)


Copy 500mb from the HDD on the router to my PC

~$ rsync --progress /mnt/Ext_HDD/file.out ./file.out1
file.out
500000000 100% 10.62MB/s 0:00:44 (xfer#1, to-check=0/1)






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  Reply # 795582 9-Apr-2013 12:47
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how'd the installation go? i got mine booked for the 15th. didnt get the pace modem, got the technicolor tg587.



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  Reply # 800284 16-Apr-2013 15:56
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Sadly the existing ducting to the street is blocked with mud or something :)

Contractors are having to get another sub-contractor over to have a look.

So close, yet so far :-/

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