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Hello, I’m trying to use my Samsung Galaxy A11 phone with the Star link obstruction app, but I keep getting a code saying the phone doesn’t have the capability; yet according to the Star link requirements (compass and GPS enabled) it does. Has anyone else tried this? I’d much rather use T-Mobile Internet, but it’s not available where I’m moving to :(
With T-Mobile Home Internet (White) and IPv6. The router does the NAT64 right? Because I can't put in DNS64 Servers.
With T-Mobile Home Internet (White and old) and IPv6. Does the router do the NAT64 and DNS64? Because I can't put in DNS64 Servers. I can only input IPv4 DNS servers and I can’t seem to update the router firmware either. https://www.internetsociety.org/resources/deploy360/2014/case-study-t-mobile-us-goes-ipv6-only-using-464xlat/#:~:text=Their%20solution%20was%20464XLAT%20and,such%20as%20NAT64%20and%20DNS64.The router does use 464XLAT which is good but we run into some problems with IPv6 within the router because we should be using DNS64. My solution is to use a Raspberry PI 4 as a DMZ Router. I have yet to test it. On top of that I run my own private IPv4 only DNS servers without DNS64 which I would like to get working with the TMobile Home Internet router and T-Mobile LTE networks. To clarify the questions.#1. Does the router do the NAT64 and DNS64? #2. How would I update the router firmware. #3. Does my IPv4 only DNS server need IPv6 support.
I’ve had the service for over 6 months now and have been very happy with it. My journey has not been the smoothest but it was worth it. Recently I found a sweet spot in my house that gives me around 400 Mbps so I’m happy. When I found that sweet spot, however, it affected the wi-fi coverage in my home because I’ve not been using the Wi-Fi built-in to the modem. I have been using an external router for that. I had to do some re-arranging and get a long ethernet cable to better position my router.While I was waiting to get the longer cable, I ended up turning the wi-fi on the modem on and using it in conjunction with my router. I put my router in access point mode as well so I was only relying on the DHCP and NAT from the modem. In the past, this usually ended with the modem flaking out and needing to be rebooted. Much to my surprise, this did not happen. I got my longer cable and re-positioned my router but still have it in access point mode and am just using it to boost the si
I’ve been a t-mobile trash can customer for about 6 months and haven't seen any better resolutions to the problems we are all getting when using the device. Lets face it , it s a poorly designed and managed device with very little support. the only thing they are able to get correct is to make sure they bill us every month regardless. this device is far from being out to the public unless your sitting next to a tower. if your in the outside area then you can surely expect poor signal, loss of data, and unreliability. If you next to a tower then you are getting better speeds but still suffer from the poor design and features. I think in time if they dont do something many will just TRASH the trashcan. I suggest when sending the device back you make sure you get a signature and tracking to insure you sent it along with pictures of the package and packaging in the event you are force into a small claims court to resolve for not receiving
My service is all over the place the only day I had acceptable service was the first day. I have 3 complaints filed of which not one has been replied about, that is from the support people. I was just transferred to a supervisor, and the line went dead. So far I have only had two days of quality service since I started. I ‘ve been told it’s the tower by most reps and it’s not the tower by others.I cannot use my Fire Stick it buffers more than it works.I left Cox and looks like I made a mistake. I am tired of Reps telling me about their personal promise. All I want is quality service and to know when the tower will be working correctly. With all the phone calls that is one answer that seems to be avoided like it were Covid-19.I am past my boiling point, in fact not only will I cancel the Home internet I will switch my cellular lines too. The merger between T-Mobile and Sprint making them an even bigger player, has also provided longer hold times and customer service with a load of fluf
Just got the gateway a couple of weeks ago. I’m in a rural area. Working well so far on 4G with 2 bars, (no 5G here yet). Just cancelled my satellite(hughesnet). Nice to get rid of that satellite latency. Equivalent or better speeds. I hope they soon see the value in opening up more advanced settings on the router, that so many customers desire. Right now you can’t do anything except basic wireless setup…...
Well, as much as I hoped the T-mobile home internet solution would work, it has turned out to be a source of frustration and an total flop. T-mobiles last ditch effort was to tell me I needed to use their 4g LTE gateway. Well, I got it today and, once again, it does not do what they said it would. T-mobile said that by using the 4g gateway, I would not need the T-mobile Personal cellspot for my phone. They were wrong.I hooked up the gateway….managed to get 14Mbps tops on it…..disconnected the T-mobile cellspot...it did not make a difference in the speed, but my cell phone reception immediately went down to 1 bar. At this point, it seems T-mobile home internet was hastily rolled out, not subjected to nearly enough beta testing and is far from being a suitable alternative to home internet access….at least in rural areas.
I have just purchased the ASK LTE WIFI GATEWAY CPO T-MOBILE HOME INTERNET and I am having some issues 1 I don't know how to hook it up to my TV, and the signal is pretty weak throughout the whole house would anyone have any recommendations on boosters? Or another systum to boost the signal?
I can't get my Xbox or my phone to work with the internet anymore it used to play on it fine then one day it says connected with no internet on my phone and my Xbox is now saying it's dns resolving issues. I don't know what else to do the support system for TMobile is the biggest piece of crap I've ever seen can someone please help me
I want to add tmobile internet. I currently have a business account. When I asked to add tmobile internet, the rep said that I had to open an individual account to do so. They needed my social security number. Giving this sort of information over a phone, especially a cell phone, is quite risky as there is no security. So, Tmobile needs to add a portal page on their website which is secure so that custoers can feel more comfortable giving out this information I would appreciate a call or email whenever such a page is available, so that I can sign up for tmobile internet
I’m trying out the T-Mobile Home Internet device, the grey one, and the Net Uptime Monitor app shows almost constant outages, sometimes long enough to cause buffering, and freezing of the video stream. A small selection of my log is shown below. 9/8/2021 12:19:23 PM Log StartPing Target 1: 188.8.131.52 - GooglePing Target 2: 184.108.40.206 - Level3Ping Target 3: 220.127.116.11 - CloudflareWait for Ping (milliseconds): 200Test Interval (seconds): 5Log Failure Longer Than (seconds): 5---------------------------------------Failure Start Length------------- ------9/8/2021 12:49:07 PM 0:00:16LAN OK - 192.168.12.1 responded in 3 ms9/8/2021 12:54:22 PM 0:00:06LAN OK - 192.168.12.1 responded in 2 ms9/8/2021 1:41:03 PM 0:00:12LAN OK - 192.168.12.1 responded in 2 ms9/8/2021 2:03:00 PM 0:00:12LAN OK - 192.168.12.1 responded in 2 ms9/8/2021 2:03:22 PM 0:00:06LAN OK - 192.168.12.1 responded in 5 ms9/8/2021 3:42:03 PM 0:00:05LAN OK - 192.168.12.1 responded in 5 ms9/8/2021 3:42:18
I pay $50.00/month for home internet service. During the day it works fine, but at night it slows down so much it is unusable. Last night the speed was 0.16 mbps! When I call customer service I wait on hold for a half hour and then am told I have to be transferred to internet technical support, which involves another half hour wait. In the end it is a waste of time because nothing is every done. I just actiivated a new account with AT&T which works great
I have had the T Mobile Gateway for about a month now and it disconnects at least once a day. I have the gateway connected to my Netgear Router. In general I am not happy with the service due to this disconnection issue and the fact that at about 4:30 PM each day the download speed drops to 8 MBS, otherwise it is in the 20-30 range. There are 5G towers in my area but I seem only to be able to connect to 4gLTE. I have asked them to find out why but no response as yet. I have to make a decision as to whether to send the equipment back and find another ISP
I ordered my service on 10/08 and I created my T-mobile account on 10/11. T-mobile started my auto pay from 09/12 to 10/11. My equipment came couple of days back 10/20 and I didn’t started my service yet but T-mobile billing dept. saying I need to pay from 10/12 to 11/11 even though you didn’t start your gateway yet. Ridiculous Billing .
I need to connect a Canon TS9120 printer by WiFi to my T-Mobile high speed gateway but there’s only two ways that can work, WPS but there’s no WPS button on the gateway and I find nothing in its app or web interface for WPS. The printer can sent a WPS PIN but there’s no way or where in the router user interface to enter it.The other way is for the printer to search for SSIDs. I select the one I assigned. Then it gives me a list of MAC addresses, none of which are the MAC address for the T-Mobile gateway. Why hide the MAC from *local* connections?How can I get my printer connected so it can be used with my computers, tablets, phones etc that connect to WiFi?
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