Replies posted by Ed Garner
A router behind the T-mobile device , no matter who makes, will not help unless you can get around the router in the t-mobile device. I have not found a way to do that yet. If a recycle of the power is all you need there are devices on the market that will test you connection regularly using ping and if no response is found cycle the power. The real need for static IP is to either access the local network remotely or to solve problems with sites like Hula who trying to keep sharing to a minimum.Ed
HI Folks:T-Mobile will need to provide static ip addresses if their home internet is to be a success. I have used cellular based systems off of both Rogers and Bell Mobility in Canada and early on they offered both a public IP and static ip for a small additional fee. I know that now Bell Mobility only supplies static ip service probably because public will fine if coupled with DDNS service for most purposes will not work for things like Hulu. Keep asking they wil eventually supply it I am sure. As for me I will return my device and revert back to my earlier service. The T-Mobile system works well and I am disappointed to need to do this but I do need a static IP address facing the Internet for all the reasons mentioned above. Ed
Yes after update to android 11 I was able to unlock phone. To accomplish this I had to do a factory reset of the phone while it was on 11. Once reconfigured it came back fully unlocked. Nothing else worked earlier. Hope that helps.
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