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Posted 02 December 2009 - 12:40 AM
Posted 02 December 2009 - 12:49 AM
Hope this helps
Associate in Applied Science - Network Systems Management - Trident Technical College
Posted 07 January 2010 - 09:28 AM
Posted 08 January 2010 - 02:29 PM
I just got the Verizon 3G MiFi2200 and am trying to do the same thing as you. Thanks for the post. I'm dumping my WildBlue satellite internet with a pair of DD-WRT Linksys routers acting as a WDS. Now I want to create a wireless bridge to that I can connect the wired computers to the internet but also connect any wireless devices that connect to the Linksys. I haven't had complete success yet with that configuration. All of my computers can see each other and both routers, but -none- of them can get to the internet (even the wireless clients connecting direct to the MiFi).
I'm going to try your client mode configuration just to get all my wired computers online for the time being. I'll post back my success on that. But I was just wondering if you tried the wireless bridge mode, and any success with that?
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Posted 28 July 2011 - 04:11 PM
I found this somewhat old topic in a Google search trying to find out whether (what I think is..) a MiFi card will work simultaneously for an application where users in the field will need a wireless and USB connection, and it didn't help with that. However I felt compelled to register and reply on seeing your post, as it seems to be a misleading statement once I looked into it.
I'd prefer to go with an aircard and broadband router instead of the MiFi. A broadband router such as the Cradlepoint MBR-900 or MBR-1000 would work here and most aircards have the ability to add an external antenna. The lack of an external antenna jack on the mifi is a real shortcoming of the mifi. In addition, for an office, the mifi is seriously lacking by only allowing 5 wifi connections whereas the Cradlepoint routers allow 30 or more wifi connections. Easier setup, more or less plug and play. No need to find a compatible router for DD-WRT, download and install the new firmware or configure the additional router. I have no affiliation with Cradlepoint other than I own 2 of their routers and prefer them over the mifi.
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