Replies posted by rrjune
I got my access point yesterday, the gray one that doesn’t let you do anything. For now I am double NATing since I don’t need port forwarding etc. Everything seems to work ok, but I haven’t tried to access my work remotely. I have a NAS device and a printer with static IP addresses in the 192.168.1.x subnet and I don’t want to reconfigure. With T-Mobile in charge, I’m not even sure how to prevent address conflicts. I am getting the impression that T-Mobile assumes its customers aren’t smart enough to be trusted with this access. If anyone comes up with something, please post it! I should also mention that for me, this is faster than my cable, but that’s a very low bar.
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