New features I am looking for: The brick says output is 6vlt. Consider whether your post is more suited for another forum. Do I need to go back and look harder or am I confused about what you’ve said? Laurie – female of the species – travelling full-time with Mac Air and iDevices for company I click therefore I am. Forum rules Friendliness First – Always!
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Any and all suggestions greatly appreciated. At times I’ve received emails using the BP3 but couldn’t even send a text on my supposedly blue tick NextG ‘country’ mobile. Why do I carry the BP3 still?? I cut the lead on the BP3 and put in a joiner in it it is then simple to swap ends to suit the different units DON”T froget to alter the voltage tho!!! We have been using it continuously for over a year now in our caravan. Looking to upgrade it to something a little more robust but in particular that can share the internet connection by ethernet as well as WiFi.
Midem don’t have a particular budget in mind yet although cheaper is better.
Telstra Bp3-ext 3g Next G Wireless Broadband Modem
Laurie, a lot modek people have stayed with the BP3 as they’re a more sensitive modem than the new gateway models. Heaps of options although gigabit Ethernet will narrow them significantly, but I think all of them require you keep the USB modem. I have nodem this router with a BP3-ext for 10 months nowand it has been a rock solid combination. Consider whether your post is more suited for another forum.
Does anyone use a wireless router for this modem that can run from 12vlts? Maybe I could run the 12 volt one direct but prefer to use the adapter because I have it, and it probably stabilises the voltage. LaWrie is powering his via 12v adapter. The brick says output is 6vlt. Who could be bothered using a BP-3 when Telstra will give you the Gateway for free if you bed and plead I’m a complete novice with electric k s but could probably solder something if my life depended on it.
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Now in Nthrn Rivers area. I used a dovado umr router and that worked fine, BUT any newer device will work with it. Can this be done? New features I am looking for: But feature set will take precedence over price. Some of the newer modems may be faster — but none will be more reliable.
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As a older model, you will have no trouble finding a router that is compatable. I haven’t used one myself, but if you want to go upmarket — the Dovado Tiny router, is getting rave reviews on this forum. Do I need to go back and look harder or am I confused about what you’ve movem The modem itself has a connection point for bp3-sxt booster antenna. Basically any router will be compatable.
Would also prefer something available in local stores Adelaide as I would like to pickup before close of business wednesday.
Hi, I have never really had much to do with 3G mobile broadband modems.