Then word got out about them and everyone ran out to get them. RogersMaude Hello again , Thank you for your prompt reply Is this your primary location, or is it a cottage or summer house you sometimes go to? Also, I would like to know, can I use my own VoiP with this routeur? Enter the current password default: admin. This Calculator will give you some more information based on those tower stats you can use if you plan to build an antenna mast. It sounds to me like people are hooking up externals and getting way better signal. I may be wrong on this. There are quite a few things you can do to help.
Payment: Payment methods: PayPal, All major credit cards accepted through PayPal. Click Apply to set the new password. Actual coverage area may vary from map graphics. Who is eligible for Extended Coverage? You will want an external antenna. Doesn't' hurt to look it over before mounting your external antenna. To do this, click Settings.
Reception may be affected by various factors, including system availability and capacity, customer's equipment, signal strength, topography and environmental conditions. Enter the password default is admin , then click Login. What do you guys think? Or should I be okay? RogersMaude Yeah it's for a summer house. If you enter your city or postal code at you will see that St-Michel-des-Saints is part of our Extended Coverage. You can also monitor data usage and manage user access.
Or do I need to use one from Rogers. That is, with Rogers' decent cell internet rate I can subscribe to Netflix as an alternative to Bell's ExpressVu. Can buying an antenna help me get all the frequencies I need or it won't change anything? See the seller's listing for full details. New: A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. From my experience I'd recommend you try to stay with the Rogers hub. The battery backup works well.
Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. As the default password is not secure, you should change it the first time you log in. It just managed around 10 Mbps downloads but that doubled when I added the external antenna. The issue's extended to my 4G connection, as well. After waiting several hours both on the phone and on my computer wishing to speak with a representative several days in a row with no luck, I figured I'd ask for some help here, even if it's just to figure out beyond a shadow of a doubt the issue isn't on my end. Being just 6 km from the tower you should not need an external antenna.
When they first came out with these devices hardly anyone knew about them. Hopefully I can raise it far enough to clear some of the denser foliage. There is no hope of connecting to Rogers tower 50 km away. Do you think I should get an antenna? Almost as though they power down to a lower level during off-peak service demand. However, I would still love some advice on increasing my speeds as much as possible. Comes Kitted in a generic box with All Accessories Listed below!. I'm starting to think there might be something wrong with my smarthub.
I just hope the wifi signal is also great. The web interface is set up with a default password; you can change it for extra security. Right now I'm paying quite the premium and getting speeds worse than dial-up. Customer Support told me there wasn't anything they could do to help, but that I could call them in a couple days if there's no change and ask to have the issue escalated; hopefully with the end result being an engineer goes out to look at the tower. Good Luck with the setup, its a fun project! Dunkaroo, When have you been experiencing these poor speed times? First thing to consider is how far the tower you are connecting to is from your location and its elevation, can find that here: Looking at this map you will see one good and one really terrible Telus tower within a mile of each other just north of town off Radio Road lol. This item may or may not be in the original packaging. This post and a couple more in the same thread have information for the antenna I added: It also gives some more information on my Huawei B890-66 experience.
The areas shown are approximate. You can also monitor data usage and manage user access. Intended for limited occasional use. I would like some feedbacks from the moderator or rogers employes about the extended area thing. In November, Telus introduced the first - and only, I might add - internet service available to my current area.
I also read your previous post. On the other hand, the Huawei B890-66 did manage to get about 20 Mbps with its internal antennas. I installed the Huawei when I first became a Rogers customer because the Huawei has external antenna connections whereas none of the Rogers hubs at the time offered that. It is very unlikely Telus has created another nearby site to host one band for Cellular. Also if seomeone could give me some answers about the VoiP it would be great but it's not that important.