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Topic # 201850 6-Sep-2016 20:16
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This is my first post. I buy a new Vodafone HG659 from trade me. Try to connect at home my 100/20 UFB connection but no luck. I access to admin page and flush the spark firmware. I can connect now but can nt get the speed only 23/20. If any one has idea how this happend and hope some one has solution. Also I can not access my network hard drive. Thanks


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  Reply # 1624789 6-Sep-2016 20:25
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Are you using wireless or wired?

 

 





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  Reply # 1624791 6-Sep-2016 20:27
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Are you using wireless or wired?

 

 

 

 

Wired


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  Reply # 1624794 6-Sep-2016 20:36
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2 of my mates on vodafone had exactly the same problem. 100/20 plan, would get the 20mbit up but only about 30mbit down.

 

Call Vodafone, they can fix it. (Although one of my fiends phoned them 5 times before they did fix it, but it did happen).






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  Reply # 1624796 6-Sep-2016 20:38
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darylblake:

 

2 of my mates on vodafone had exactly the same problem. 100/20 plan, would get the 20mbit up but only about 30mbit down.

 

Call Vodafone, they can fix it. (Although one of my fiends phoned them 5 times before they did fix it, but it did happen).

 

 

guessing they are not with vodafone as they have flashed with sparks firmware


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  Reply # 1624797 6-Sep-2016 20:40
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Ah true. Jumped the gun a bit then.

 

Can you flash it back to Huawei's factory firmware and start again perhaps? Id be interested to know as I have a spare one of these lying around and Might need to get it going for my sister next month.






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  Reply # 1624799 6-Sep-2016 20:47
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I have one of these on Telecom firmware, and it does do 200/200, over WiFi. So it certainly is capable.

 

 

 

What ISP are you using and which firmware version?




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  Reply # 1624812 6-Sep-2016 21:04
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DarkShadow:

 

I have one of these on Telecom firmware, and it does do 200/200, over WiFi. So it certainly is capable.

 

 

 

What ISP are you using and which firmware version?

 

 

 

 

My ISP is Unlimitedinterne and firmware latest from spark side for hg659 V100R001C227B011.


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  Reply # 1624815 6-Sep-2016 21:09
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do they use PPPoE? if so can you try a connection from the ONT into your computer?




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  Reply # 1624820 6-Sep-2016 21:26
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do they use PPPoE? if so can you try a connection from the ONT into your computer?

 

 

Yes they use PPoE and connect fron ONT.


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  Reply # 1624823 6-Sep-2016 21:33
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so start a PPPoE connection on your computer and see if that can get the correct speed


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