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    • This is an update to my post of November 10 and November 17.¬† ¬†My CradlePoint COR-IBR1700 router has been working fine for the past couple of weeks.¬† Initially the load balancing seemed rocky, but after a couple of weeks it seems to be working fine.¬† It rotates through the ethernet ports every few hours.¬† So for a couple of hours I am on eth0, then for a few hours on eth2, then for a few hours on eth3.¬† (eth1 is the local LAN; the others are set to WAN.¬†¬†eth1,2,3,4 are user configurable LAN or WAN, eth0 is WAN).¬† I am 12 days into my monthly cycle and have 13GB on each of my 3 units, so I am happy with the IBR1700's ability to load balance.¬† It is overkill for this application, but I had it sitting in the closet gathering dust and I am much happier with it than I was with the Peplink load balancing unit.¬† ¬†The only drawback of CradlePoint is that they don't distribute firmware updates anymore unless you buy a subscription. So if you are considering Cradlepoint for anything, just be aware of this. I am still getting very slow download speeds (0.1Mbps download, 2Mbps upload.¬† Yes, you read that correctly).¬† But at least availability has been 100% for the past several weeks.¬† I called Sprint, they wanted to send me a MagicBox, but otherwise don't have a solution. Sigh... ¬† I ordered a range of tiny coax cables for my HTC 5G hub units (thank you belusnecropolis for the pointer to LTEfix).¬† These might attach to the circuit board¬†and I will try external antennas once they arrive.¬† At this point, I'm just stabbing in the dark about which connectors are the antenna connectors (see my previous photo of the HTC 5G hub circuit board). Thanks, Scott
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