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Topic # 195212 10-Apr-2016 22:17
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Hi guys,

 

 

 

just have spark fiber installed, the router they gave us is so crap. 

 

i bid a Netgear D6300 from Trademe, but not too sure how the setting is yet.

 

anyone by any chance have a D6300 handy could give the setting page, or is there a setting for VLAN?

 

would be like super prefect if with D6300 and Spark fiber at the same time.

 

 

 

any help is appreciated

 

 

 

cheers,

 

Sam


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  Reply # 1529739 10-Apr-2016 23:50
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Yes - use the search: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=66&topicid=171179

 

Also the router they provide is actually not that crap at all - I assume you're meaning WiFi performance? If so, use Ethernet to achieve the best possible speeds as WiFi is not a replacement for Ethernet no matter what router you buy.







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  Reply # 1529783 11-Apr-2016 07:16
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i did search before but seem there no seeting posted


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1529807 11-Apr-2016 08:37
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iamsammajor:

 

i did search before but seem there no seeting posted

 

 

go to the thread posted by Michael, and request it to be unlocked, then ask in there.




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  Reply # 1529900 11-Apr-2016 10:02
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I had already done the request, and pmed Micheal but not any luck

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  Reply # 1530082 11-Apr-2016 14:35
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why Michael? he never mentioed he has the settings he just pointed to a thread about your issue that you said you couldn't find




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  Reply # 1530083 11-Apr-2016 14:36
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Jase2985:

why Michael? he never mentioed he has the settings he just pointed to a thread about your issue that you said you couldn't find



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  Reply # 1530169 11-Apr-2016 18:56
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michaelmurfy:

 

I assume you're meaning WiFi performance? If so, use Ethernet to achieve the best possible speeds as WiFi is not a replacement for Ethernet no matter what router you buy.

 

 

One thing is always consider is that all things being equal external antennas will provide greater coverage then internal antennas.  You also have the flexibility to change the external antennas as your requirements change.




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  Reply # 1531238 13-Apr-2016 00:02
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thanks guys for all the replys,

 

 

primary i want to replace that have more stable wifi coverage, the access point for modem is downstairs and my room is upstairs,

 

 

any one with spark fiber is not using their modem?

 

 

any netgear or asus ones?

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