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I have a hosted email address I could use (actually I use a wildcard hosted email so that I could figure out who leaked my info).

For MR1100, I have tested and it worked with AT&T, Verizon and T-mobile. I can't get it to register with Sprint, even-though in network scan, Sprint will show up. But maybe somehow on the firmware level, they block it.

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3 minutes ago, dnwk said:

I have a hosted email address I could use (actually I use a wildcard hosted email so that I could figure out who leaked my info).

Groovy, good info there.

For MR1100, I have tested and it worked with AT&T, Verizon and T-mobile. I can't get it to register with Sprint, even-though in network scan, Sprint will show up. But maybe somehow on the firmware level, they block it.


I have never had an issue authenticating on Sprint as long as there was no CDMA modem present, and signal was ideal, staying connected was more work then tolerated. Sprint is starting to initiate use of some IMEI listings they previously did not, to detect devices on the LTE network. anyhoo, like you said it could be on the firmware side. Possibly the APN does not match the service level.
 

 

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Got you. That could be why my other LTE devices seems unstable right now.

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32 minutes ago, dnwk said:

Got you. That could be why my other LTE devices seems unstable right now.

Have you adjusted the LAN MTU settings or used TTL mangle yet on your other devices?

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1 hour ago, belusnecropolis said:

Have you adjusted the LAN MTU settings or used TTL mangle yet on your other devices?

Actually, I think it is my hardware issue. I sometimes have trouble pinging the gateway. But I did manage to change TTL. Is there any significant difference between the rooter project and plain vanilla openwrt?

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11 minutes ago, dnwk said:

Actually, I think it is my hardware issue. I sometimes have trouble pinging the gateway. But I did manage to change TTL. Is there any significant difference between the rooter project and plain vanilla openwrt?

Lots more scripts. Luci interface is pretty well integrated, but it can be chatty with the modem at#commands.

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