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    Question Suggestion for a mobile wireless setup

    Hi all,

    I want a wireless setup at home for video chatting using Viber or Skype on a mobile phone. Now, I do not have the mobile phone nor do I have WiFi access. So, I would like suggestion for the following:

    1. A mobile phone within 10K budget and at least 5" screen e.g. Symphony or Walton
    2. A wireless setup/ It could be GP Internet or Broadband, etc.

    Please suggest ASAP. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя View Post
    Hi all,

    I want a wireless setup at home for video chatting using Viber or Skype on a mobile phone. Now, I do not have the mobile phone nor do I have WiFi access. So, I would like suggestion for the following:

    1. A mobile phone within 10K budget and at least 5" screen e.g. Symphony or Walton
    2. A wireless setup/ It could be GP Internet or Broadband, etc.

    Please suggest ASAP. Thanks
    1. Symphony something. ( look for the best mobile that fits ur budget )
    2. Broadband. Link3 if possible. and buy a cheap wireless router. like TP link TL 720N.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    1. Symphony something. ( look for the best mobile that fits ur budget )
    2. Broadband. Link3 if possible. and buy a cheap wireless router. like TP link TL 720N.
    Thanks for your quick reply. But how'd GP Internet be compared to Broadband?
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    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя View Post
    Thanks for your quick reply. But how'd GP Internet be compared to Broadband?
    video chatting with GP internet? :S if its GP 3G then u can do it but the problem is none of their packages seem to be usable.

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    buy a phone like symphony w71 or something and then buy an assus router, within 2-3k and use viber or whatever you please, i would suggest you to avoid those tp link 150mbps routers as they have some firewall issues in shared ip's and by chance if your broadband connection has ftp server, it will make issues, asus routers are reliable and stable in this stuffs, and about 3g, well after 2-3 colonies from our house there is a gp network antenna, i can get full hspa network but download speed is 16kbps and its in 512 kbps connection and they have limited data as well where's you can use 1 mbps unlimited connection with broadband

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    buy a phone like symphony w71 or something and then buy an assus router, within 2-3k and use viber or whatever you please, i would suggest you to avoid those tp link 150mbps routers as they have some firewall issues in shared ip's and by chance if your broadband connection has ftp server, it will make issues, asus routers are reliable and stable in this stuffs, and about 3g, well after 2-3 colonies from our house there is a gp network antenna, i can get full hspa network but download speed is 16kbps and its in 512 kbps connection and they have limited data as well where's you can use 1 mbps unlimited connection with broadband

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    buy a phone like symphony w71 or something and then buy an assus router, within 2-3k and use viber or whatever you please, i would suggest you to avoid those tp link 150mbps routers as they have some firewall issues in shared ip's and by chance if your broadband connection has ftp server, it will make issues, asus routers are reliable and stable in this stuffs, and about 3g, well after 2-3 colonies from our house there is a gp network antenna, i can get full hspa network but download speed is 16kbps and its in 512 kbps connection and they have limited data as well where's you can use 1 mbps unlimited connection with broadband
    I have one TP Link TL 720N and a SMC Barricade N WBR14S N5, no issues what so ever. Asus is also good but for cheap routers asus is not a good choice.

    In motijheel area i got more than 512Kbps with GP 3G.

    But ofcourse i would say broadband is better undoubtedly

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    I have one TP Link TL 720N and a SMC Barricade N WBR14S N5, no issues what so ever. Asus is also good but for cheap routers asus is not a good choice.

    In motijheel area i got more than 512Kbps with GP 3G.

    But ofcourse i would say broadband is better undoubtedly
    if i am not wrong then you are using link3 right? they provide the real ips and maximum local broadbands actually uses the shared ips which changes after every log and in tp link its a big hassle, 2-3k asus routers are good, specially 300mbps versions, they don't have such issues with shared ips and also have some features like offline download and automatic ftp access, if he takes the link3 or other broadband which provides real ips, then he can take any cheap tp link routers..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    if i am not wrong then you are using link3 right? they provide the real ips and maximum local broadbands actually uses the shared ips which changes after every log and in tp link its a big hassle, 2-3k asus routers are good, specially 300mbps versions, they don't have such issues with shared ips and also have some features like offline download and automatic ftp access, if he takes the link3 or other broadband which provides real ips, then he can take any cheap tp link routers..
    i use local broadband too. and Link3 does not provide REAL IP. anyway the change of ip in every login u r talking about thats DHCP. and it has nothing to do with the router. any router will do fine. and i use ftp service using both the routers not a single issue.

    im not saying asus is bad ( assuming that the asus router my flatmate is using is faulty) but all im saying TP link is good enough. and you really dont need a 300Mbps router for just internet surfing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    i use local broadband too. and Link3 does not provide REAL IP. anyway the change of ip in every login u r talking about thats DHCP. and it has nothing to do with the router. any router will do fine. and i use ftp service using both the routers not a single issue.

    im not saying asus is bad ( assuming that the asus router my flatmate is using is faulty) but all im saying TP link is good enough. and you really dont need a 300Mbps router for just internet surfing.
    isp like dot internet or mazeda bd, tp link is complete no and really don't know about the switching but link3 don't have to connect manually by dialing user name and pass word and, the connection which have to go through the user name and pass have maximum time 5xx dial up errors and ftp issue, and 300mbps routers is not must but will be good for ftp servers. i have seen 150mbps routers maximum ftp download speed is 6mbps where's 300mbps routers get almost full speed from ftp, and you seriously didnt get any static ip from link3? its strange

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    isp like dot internet or mazeda bd, tp link is complete no and really don't know about the switching but link3 don't have to connect manually by dialing user name and pass word and, the connection which have to go through the user name and pass have maximum time 5xx dial up errors and ftp issue, and 300mbps routers is not must but will be good for ftp servers. i have seen 150mbps routers maximum ftp download speed is 6mbps where's 300mbps routers get almost full speed from ftp, and you seriously didnt get any static ip from link3? its strange
    dunno about mazeda so ok, no to tp link for mazeda. If you have to connect manually by dialing thats PPPoE. its not really hard to setup either.
    another thing is asus's interface is slightly complex comparing to that of a TPlink/SMC.
    most isps provide internet with a 100Mbps link so 150Mbps will be more than enough.
    150Mbps = 18Mbps (around) which should be enough for Ftp.
    and link 3 gave me static ip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    dunno about mazeda so ok, no to tp link for mazeda. If you have to connect manually by dialing thats PPPoE. its not really hard to setup either.
    another thing is asus's interface is slightly complex comparing to that of a TPlink/SMC.
    most isps provide internet with a 100Mbps link so 150Mbps will be more than enough.
    150Mbps = 18Mbps (around) which should be enough for Ftp.
    and link 3 gave me static ip.
    isnt static ip and real ip the same thing? and i used the tp link 150mbps router and it couldnt able to give me more than 6mbps speed in ftp server, but when i connected that direct to my cpu then i was getting 12mbps continuously, is that limitations or something or i had to do manual speed things? in 300mbps router i was getting 10mbps

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    isnt static ip and real ip the same thing?
    No. Static IP can be local, example: 192.168.1.1, whereas Real IP is a Static IP which is not local.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Syeef View Post
    No. Static IP can be local, example: 192.168.1.1, whereas Real IP is a Static IP which is not local.
    the work for both of them are same right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    the work for both of them are same right?
    Real IP has some extra benefits over local Static IP.

    Example:
    - you can host your own web / mail server.
    - you can host your own gaming server or any other server.
    - NAT is always Open (required for some online gaming and services)
    - no more Port Forwarding issue (required for some online gaming and services)
    - internet experience is much better; better ping.

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    Oh wait, did you mean the setup process? If so, yes... setup process is the same. But if you want to activate some Real IP features, you might need to do some extra work.
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    Ok. So, from what I understand that using GP's 3G would be unreliable but it is dependent on the area from where I would be using it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя View Post
    Ok. So, from what I understand that using GP's 3G would be unreliable but it is dependent on the area from where I would be using it?
    yes before you completely relay on gp test that 3gg thing in your area, though broadband is better option

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    Real IP has some extra benefits over local Static IP.

    Example:
    - you can host your own web / mail server.
    - you can host your own gaming server or any other server.
    - NAT is always Open (required for some online gaming and services)
    - no more Port Forwarding issue (required for some online gaming and services)
    - internet experience is much better; better ping.

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    Oh wait, did you mean the setup process? If so, yes... setup process is the same. But if you want to activate some Real IP features, you might need to do some extra work.
    with static ip i can also do the same as with link3 many people can host game server and other stuffs you mentioned, and as redwan bro is saying link3 don't provide real ip so i don't really see any difference at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    yes before you completely relay on gp test that 3gg thing in your area, though broadband is better option
    Yeah, I guess I should do that first. For the set I was thinking Symphony W92 and for the router (if I have to go that route) you guys are suggesting which one actually? The TP link TL 720N does not have an antenna so does not that mean bad reception around the house?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    with static ip i can also do the same as with link3 many people can host game server and other stuffs you mentioned, and as redwan bro is saying link3 don't provide real ip so i don't really see any difference at all
    As far as i know, link3 does provide Real IP.

    With local Static IP, you can host game servers locally, but not globally... international players or players on different network won't be able to join your game server. Same with FTP server on your ISP, they can only be accessed through the local network, but you cannot access them from another ISP, because they are using local Static IP.

    All the websites you see on the Internet, including Banglagamer.com, are using Real IP... without Real IP these websites wouldn't have been available on the Internet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Syeef View Post
    As far as i know, link3 does provide Real IP.

    With local Static IP, you can host game servers locally, but not globally... international players or players on different network won't be able to join your game server. Same with FTP server on your ISP, they can only be accessed through the local network, but you cannot access them from another ISP, because they are using local Static IP.

    All the websites you see on the Internet, including Banglagamer.com, are using Real IP... without Real IP these websites wouldn't have been available on the Internet.
    thanks, i wanted to know exactly this thing and i also knew that link3 provides real ips unless they couldnt able to host bf4 server to play with sg or indian people,

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    Yeah, I guess I should do that first. For the set I was thinking Symphony W92 and for the router (if I have to go that route) you guys are suggesting which one actually? The TP link TL 720N does not have an antenna so does not that mean bad reception around the house?
    720n are unavailable in the market, if i can remember correctly i have managed to get single one in whole multiplan in last year and the shop keeper told me that they will stop importing them, without any antena they can provide full network in a 1300 squire fit flat, so it wont be a big problem

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    Again Link3 does not provide "Real IP"(or even if they do,its another service you have to pay for this), their IP is static but thats not real. you cant host your own web server.(if it was real you could do that)

    another thing whenever i look up my IP it finds the postal code 1212 dhaka. which is not real coz i am currently in sylhet.

    so the "REAL IP" is owned by Link3 and they are sharing it among many people,thats why on the other side of the world cant find me neither can I find them.

    if Link3 gave me a real ip i would have started my own site by now! just too lazy to rent server space(web servers have unique and definite ip, so anyone from the world can find it) and all.

    the 150Mbps router that Im using right now, i get around 10MBps.

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