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Topic # 229098 7-Feb-2018 16:04
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Hi All.

 

After a brief trial of RBI and getting 40Mbps up and down, we have signed up and are only now confronting the limitations of the Huawei B315s-607 CPE. (LAN side IP address must be within the 192.168. range, no way to add a static route).

 

Vodafone markets this service to business and residential customers but the CPE works in only the simplest single-subnet environments. 

 

Is there still nothing better available to get around these limitations?

 

Or is NAT required (using another box), to make our 172.16.32.0 /22 network (120+ PCs) work with RBI?  

 

Could the RBI SIM be swapped to a SIM without the TAC lock?

 

How might a VPN help?

 

All ideas will be welcome.

 

 

 

Scott

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1953178 7-Feb-2018 18:18
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Did you sign up through Vodafone or an RBI reseller?




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  Reply # 1953247 7-Feb-2018 19:25
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Signed up with Vodafone.


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1953249 7-Feb-2018 19:28
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As it happens, I've just busted out my EdgeRouter X from the home network and set it up to NAT to the RBI router. This setup needs more testing but so far, so good.


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  Reply # 1953335 7-Feb-2018 21:43
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You could try your luck going in store and asking to do a SIM swap.




Chorus has spent $1.4 billion on making their xDSL broadband network faster. If your still stuck on ADSL or VDSL, why not spend from $150 on a master filter install to make sure you are getting the most out of your connection?
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  Reply # 1956495 13-Feb-2018 18:30
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Got the SIM swapped. The Vodafone shop wouldn't do it because my name wasn't on the account. They did however, give me a new SIM. The nice people at the RBI support number did the swap on the phone.

 

I bought a Huawei LTE E8372 wingle and plugged it into an ASUS router. 

 

RBI is working fine with this setup, though we're not getting the same Speedtest results as the original B315s router. This isn't surprising given the antenna differences. I've got 700MHz antennas on the way, hopefully with the right connectors.

 

This setup is to provide an alternative Internet access for 100 users, for when our fibre service breaks. Which it did recently for a day. Typically, utilisation on the fibre is under 20Mbps so the RBI should cope fine.

 

I might still look for a router with 700MHz LTE built in to clean up the solution.

 

Thanks CB for your input.

 

 

 

 


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