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  Reply # 306590 12-Mar-2010 13:11
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Ragnor: I think the Thomson can be bridged but not from the GUI, I remember someone posting some instructions for telnet'ing into it and running the appropriate commands but I don't remember the specifics.

The other option is of course just to get a separate 5 port gigabit switch (~$60) and a separate 802.11N wireless AP like the one Cyril mentioned earlier or similar.


Cheerz for that! I think I found it

http://bfg100k.blogspot.com/2008/03/getting-st536v6-to-run-in-bridged-mode.html





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  Reply # 306667 12-Mar-2010 15:46
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cyril7: Interesting, if it were me, I would do separates, with a go old DSE XH9949 on the modem/router front and a UBNT Rocket M2 with a couple of 5dBi whips on top for the Wireless end.

I have dealt with a couple of 320N,s and found their RF performance wanting.

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Hi Cyril

Been looking at these UBNT Rocket M2's. Hard to acsertain what ports they have. Do they have both LAN and WAN ports? The data sheet states 2x LAN 10/100. No mention of a WAN port

I belief I have found the correct instructions to use PPTP over PPOA with my ST536 thompson so now I could use one of these?

Thanks in advance




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  Reply # 306688 12-Mar-2010 16:57
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Anyonw had much experiance with the Belkin N+ ? They got a good review on CNET

http://reviews.cnet.com/4566-3319_7-0.html?filter=500300_9003435_&tag=mncol



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  Reply # 321366 21-Apr-2010 16:10
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I have a solution in place now, an ADSL router plus a Ubiquitis Networks Rocket M2 wireless AP.  This solution is 100 times better than the flakey Linksys WAG160N I had (which is now back with Linksys with a full refund sitting in my account!).

I would like to publicly give Cyril a huge thanks for the tremendous help he has given me with both advice and setup help to get things to where they are.  He is a great asset to the GZ community.

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  Reply # 321396 21-Apr-2010 17:27
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Satch: I have a solution in place now, an ADSL router plus a Ubiquitis Networks Rocket M2 wireless AP.  This solution is 100 times better than the flakey Linksys WAG160N I had (which is now back with Linksys with a full refund sitting in my account!).

I would like to publicly give Cyril a huge thanks for the tremendous help he has given me with both advice and setup help to get things to where they are.  He is a great asset to the GZ community.


Good to know, ill be getting a set up similar after i buy a couple of things that are above this on the list




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