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#89847 9-Sep-2011 09:01
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Does anyone know what chipset the 2 degrees sticks run?

I'm after a Vodafone/Telecom or 2 Degrees usb 3G modem that runs either the Qualcomm MSM 7225 or QSC6085 chipsets(Or anything else that will work on a sonciwall tz 200) 

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  #520742 14-Sep-2011 02:32
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Did some googling but the only one I could find info on was the

Huawei UMG1691 - Qualcomm MSM6290 chipset



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#520759 14-Sep-2011 08:09
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ah thank you

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