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    Hello guys,

    I wanted to buy a Router which can be used with my "Banglalion 4G Modem" (Model: Dongle WIXUBB-116).

    Max budget : 3.5K

    Please suggest me a good one. Thanks in advance.



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    To use this router you need to install its drivers and software suite, so a 3G/4G router can not be used directly with it. But you can use a crossover cable to run it, keeping your pc turned on all the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Asif_Z View Post
    To use this router you need to install its drivers and software suite, so a 3G/4G router can not be used directly with it. But you can use a crossover cable to run it, keeping your pc turned on all the time.
    Currently I'm using this "Banglalion 4G Modem" (Model: Dongle WIXUBB-116) already. So how can i spread this internet connection as Wi-Fi for my other devices ? I guess not all router support these type of 4G modem connnectivity. So I just need few suggestions of routers with in my budget which support 4G Connectivity. So I can connect my modem via it.

    Here is the image of my modem with few details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrknSword View Post
    Currently I'm using this "Banglalion 4G Modem" (Model: Dongle WIXUBB-116) already. So how can i spread this internet connection as Wi-Fi for my other devices ? I guess not all router support these type of 4G modem connnectivity. So I just need few suggestions of routers with in my budget which support 4G Connectivity. So I can connect my modem via it.

    Here is the image of my modem with few details.

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    have a look at this video.
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    Thanks alot,bro. I understood the process now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BrknSword View Post
    Thanks alot,bro. I understood the process now.
    you don't necessarily need to fiddle with a cable. you can easily buy one from any shop that sales cables.

    Quote Originally Posted by Asif_Z View Post
    have a look at this video.
    I've bought the Huawei e303.
    Now tell me which router I should get.
    is tplink 3420 the best option?
    flat size ~1600 sq. feet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    I've bought the Huawei e303.
    Now tell me which router I should get.
    is tplink 3420 the best option?
    flat size ~1600 sq. feet
    yes, i will suggest 3420 for two reason-
    1. its tplink
    2. have seen a lot of people using blion, gp, tt flash modem and broadband connection with it.

    but about e303 have a look at this.
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    Bought "TP-Link TL-WN727N". working fine with my modem. Thanks. Closing the thread now.


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