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New To TMobile signed on day of breach ugh,,no texts but very sorry for everyone,just wondering I've ordered Home internet and was told it could be a "spell before gear is in stock how long have most of ya'll waited+,I have a pirate neighbor who likes to hack data apparently,I'm retired Chef no Nothing about securing my phones or a router etc,,, just the bare basic's but my problem is I truly believe this person is not an amateur so I pretty riled he's been warned,ahem"politely but these apartment walls are thin he might try something dumb,how can I secure my router hardware right away immediately when I plug it in so as noone can hack my Stack
Did you know that you can listen to online radio stations on your phone? It's true. And now it is even easier to listen to online radio on your phone through the Oingo Mobile application. Here is how: First, you must download the free version of the Oingo Mobile app. You can simply go to the Google Play app page and look for the "application" tab. Once you have downloaded the app, you will see an icon near the bottom of your screen that says "listens online". Tap on that icon. It will take you to a new screen where you can choose any station that you would like to listen to. Second, connect your phone to your computer (you do not need to connect it to the internet). You can do this by using the USB cable that came with your phone or with a short USB cable from your laptop. Once you have connected your phone to your computer, you will need to go into the "My Computer" part of Windows and then click on "Network". You will see the option for connecting your computer to the Internet. Click
I've had issues getting my work computer to work through my tmobile internet. I assume there is a settings issue, but not sure if through tmobile device or work computer. I've worked from home a lot over the last couple of years. I have to turn off wifi and sometimes unug tmobile device to get into work computer. Any advice suggestions greatly appreciated
So the Britbox streaming service app can install on my Onn tablet and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra but, not the TVision Hub. How can I install the Britbox app on to the TVision Hub??? The TVision Hub is powered by Android so the Britbox app should work but, it tells me Britbox app is not compatible with this device.
It doesn't make sense to me that I'm being charged more for supporting T-Mobile's internet earlier then new customers who get a better deal. Is there a way as an existing customer that I can get the same $50 a month deal because right now I'm feeling ripped off
Sylvania OHIO Tmobile home internet has been unusable. Was getting average 50 Mbps until 3/12/21 and now speeds are .01 - 2 Mbps can’t even browse the web. Multiple calls to customer service with “engineers working on towers” it has been over 1 week ! This is unacceptable !! Please don’t make us go back to our horrible cable service Buckeye Broadband who has a monopoly here. Please someone do something or push the engineers to fix these towers !!!!!! ANYONE. MANAGER. CEO OF T-MOBILE PLEASE
I have read discussions about various issues of Home Internet like port forwarding, VPN, etc. and saw people talked about double NAT, etc. I think I need to put the wi-fi router behind the Nokia gateway in the router mode to adopt those solutions. However it seems I can only use AP mode to get my Asus RT-AC86U to work with the gateway. I wonder if I have missed anything here?Thanks.
I’m curious if others have an issue with the home internet gateway during the day.I’m 100 yards outside the Round Rock, TX city limits and have 3 bars showing in the gateway.This is from google Speed Test from Dallas server. I’ve had good results in the evening but during the day, when I need it for work, it gets darn slow. Do others have this issue?day.
I got the gateway on Saturday, 8/14/21. The speed on that day was consistently over 300mbps down. Now, it's 60mbps down max... I didn't change anything. Could this be due to overheating? I've turned off all SSIDs to minimize overheating. Would my speed go back up this Saturday? Is it that much more congested on weekdays? I'm in queens, NY (Bayside).
Tmobile are just just going to keep ignoring all your customers? We need a fix to the gaming issues or I am sending this piece of crap back. Why will nobody from tmobile respond if you all are trying to fix the problem. Only been with tmobile for a month and customer service is horrible. Let us know if you are working on it or just don't care please
I’m having a VPN issue, it seems every time the 5G tower “intelligently” selects a different server when it thinks the current server is slow on response, it will make my vpn reconnect, then it will break my remote desktops and the remote desktops won’t reconnect before I reboot gateway and restart computer, anyone experiencing same issue, is there a solution? Thanks
I have had T-mobile home internet for over a year now. When I got the service, I had speeds of about 30-40 mb/s DL, and probably 5-10 UL. Now, and at least for the past 5 months or so, i am only getting a few megs up and maybe 1 or 2 down. Nothing has changed, and the modem/router has stayed in the same spot the entire time. When I run speedtest on my phone right next to the router, i get speeds of 50-60 down. Why would this be different? Do i just have a better antenna in the One Plus 6T?
I've had home internet for 3 months now, worked great first month and a half now it doesn't. Nok 5g21 gateway. I have 4 signal bars but can't get a speed over 0.06mps. called support 5 times over the last few weeks and still not fixed. On the web ui I get a good connection on the primary and never had a connection on the secondary if that means anything. I keep getting told that the tower is being upgraded but I don't believe it.
I am using a Deco 5 Mesh system consisting of two M5 units. I have it connected to the T-Mobile gateway (Tall gray Cylinder).tLife is good until either the Deco of the Gateway loses power or is turned off. When powered on the Deco shows no internet connection and does not respond to refresh or re-booting. My well practiced solution is to delete the existing Deco network, unplugged each M5 and swap locations, and go through a new setup from start. This works but seems a bit seems to be a bit much.Anyone have any thoughts on this reached out to TP Link and T-Mobile and they both claim their equipment is fine.Thanks in advance
I recently installed a T-Mobile 5G Fixed-Wireless Gateway in my home. I have connected the gateway to my home network including several wifi-connected devices and 5 devices (a desktop computer, a NAS device, 1 TiVo Roamio device plus 2 Tivo "mini" satellite boxes) hard-wired via an ethernet switch.The TiVo mini boxes initially work fine (communicating with the Roamio device over their ethernet connections) and then remain quiescently powered 'on' as intended, but after indeterminate amounts of time (e.g., a few hours) when operated again they cease to work with the Roamio device and report that they cannot communicate with the Roamio device. Normal operation of the mini boxes can only be restored by power-cycling the mini boxes (taking 4-5 minutes each time). When power-cycled in this way the mini boxes are addressed with same IP addresses as before; it appears that the DHCP function of the T-Mobile 5G Wireless Gateway is dropping its 'lease' of the IP address of each TiVo mini device
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