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5.0 out of 5 stars JUST WHAT YOU NEED!!!, 18 July 2011
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This review is from: TP-Link 300 Mbps 3G/4G Wi-Fi Router, 1 UBS 2.0 Port, WPS Button, No Configuration Required, UK Plug (Archer MR3420) (Personal Computers)
This is a brilliant piece of technology and it is very simple:

- Plug In The Router
- Connect the ethernet cable
- Plug In The Dongle In To The Router
- Type 192.168.1.1 into your browser screen and adjust the settings for the dongle or automatically detect it and press okay.
- Now you are ready to go and connect electrical devices.
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PLEASE CONSIDER A FEW THINGS BEFORE HAND HOWEVER -
ALTHOUGH THIS MAY BE PERFECT FOR SOME,
IF YOU HAVE A PLAYSATION 3 !!!!THIS IS NOT FOR YOU!!!!!
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Sony denies access to all external dongles and 3G routers even via ethernet so there is literally no point to attempt this I have spent days and it is not compatible with this device and all others unless you keep your PC on 24/7 (hard, long and tedious - so don't).

Apart from this hiccup by Sony, TP-LINK can connect to all:

- Desktops
- Laptops/Notebooks
- Chromebooks
- Netbooks
- Tablets (Android and iPad)
- Mobile Phones (Wi-Fi required)
- XBOX 360
- Nintendo Wii and Wii U
- Nintendo DSi
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Initial post: 20 Jul 2011, 09:25:30 BST
W. Armstrong says:
I have my PS3 connected through the router without any issues! Don't understand why you can't connect to it as the PS3 has no idea what type of router you have, it just sees it as a router. Weird

In reply to an earlier post on 22 Aug 2011, 19:51:51 BST
MrE says:
can i ask while you are gaming online using mobile broadband how much date you use per hour say? and what mobile dongle do you use? thanks

In reply to an earlier post on 22 Aug 2011, 22:15:51 BST
W. Armstrong says:
No idea how much data is used as I have never checked. I use a 3 e367 Huawei dongle but previously I had a MF112 ZTE. The e367 has a much better ping averaging around 85. I never have any issues with it. I have a 15GB per month limit so it doesn't really matter how much data it uses.

In reply to an earlier post on 22 Aug 2011, 23:08:04 BST
MrE says:
thanks for that, we have a static caravan and my son likes online gaming when we're there, so was wondering if mobile broadband would cope....but thanks for responding so quickly!

In reply to an earlier post on 23 Aug 2011, 12:31:01 BST
W. Armstrong says:
No problem one thing to bear in mind is distance from masts which can mean a drastic difference in ping times. Online gaming needs a good ping rate. Be careful with which ISP you choose for mobile broadband I would look up the coverage checkers for all of the ISPs and pick the one that best suits your static caravan area. I chose 3 because it had much better coverage in my area than all other ISPs. Also check the Ofcom site for which masts are where and select the provider closest to your caravan that supports HSPA.

In reply to an earlier post on 23 Aug 2011, 13:17:18 BST
MrE says:
thanks that really helped me out
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