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tweeety

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#255930 7-Sep-2019 00:54
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Hell all, I ask if anyone here have this model of modems Huawei VDSL EchoLife DG8045 . I want to ask about something concerning it.


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  #2312043 7-Sep-2019 00:58
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This is a New Zealand based community. That router was never used in New Zealand from the best of my extent.





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  #2312047 7-Sep-2019 02:11
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Certainly not one spark has ever stocked.

 

 

 

Reminds me alot of the old HG531s, those things are long gone though.





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  #2312060 7-Sep-2019 07:56
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Why not just get one you can buy here (as in locally), that works here, and uses the correct voltage/plug etc?


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  #2312100 7-Sep-2019 09:32
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As others have said, that model was not ever used here, but what is your question, regardless of the exact model we can probably provide some assistance.

 

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  #2313738 9-Sep-2019 16:58
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My question is that " Does this model give a high wifi range or the same as HG633 model? "


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  #2313741 9-Sep-2019 17:02
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tweeety:

 

My question is that " Does this model give a high wifi range or the same as HG633 model? "

 

 

Which is again, another device not sold in NZ.

 

 

 

I suspect you should be asking on another forum for these sorts of details.

 

At a high level though, Most standard RGW's will have the same wifi coverage. if you require further distance your likely better going mesh, setting up a second AP or the likes.

 

"Long range" or "High power" Wireless RGW's are a myth, you have to make a loss in other areas to achieve that. Often that's throughput or stability.





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  #2313800 9-Sep-2019 19:24
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OK, so if it was a config related issue we may have been able to help, but your question is specific so cannot really comment.

But as an aside most of us don't rely on the ISPs router for wireless as generally they are lacking, purhaps invest in a decent dedicated wireless solution there are many threads on this here at geek zone.

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