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#1 akumar1

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Posted 11 January 2011 - 06:05 PM

Hi All,
I have just got a Netgear Wireless G Router WGR614 v9.
I have been using reliance Netconnect by attaching the device to my laptops USP port until now.
Now i would like to connect the net through wifi system.
I have the setup(Hardware) ready. Like i have connected the NetConnect device to my router as well.
I am not sure how to proceed further.
Any help would be valuable for me.
Looking forward to hear some advices soon.
Thanks.

Anmol

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 01:39 PM

You'll need a USB capable 3g Wifi router, such as the TP-LINK TP-MR3220 or MR3420. You can find those on ebay.in. I use a reliance netconnect with it, works flawlessly.

Hi All,
I have just got a Netgear Wireless G Router WGR614 v9.
I have been using reliance Netconnect by attaching the device to my laptops USP port until now.
Now i would like to connect the net through wifi system.
I have the setup(Hardware) ready. Like i have connected the NetConnect device to my router as well.
I am not sure how to proceed further.
Any help would be valuable for me.
Looking forward to hear some advices soon.
Thanks.

Anmol



#3 pajat

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Posted 14 March 2011 - 09:21 AM

An article talking about Tata Photon Wifi and Olive VR-9 Router

http://epaper.timeso...0&ViewMode=HTML

Tata PhotonWifi
Apart from the regular Tata Photon+ USB device, you can also go for the Tata Photon Wifi. It is a pocket-sized, battery-powered router that connects to the Photon network and provides high speed Wi-Fi connectivity for up to 5 nearby devices. It costs 6,599 (plus the usual monthly plan).


Olive VR-9 Router
This battery-powered device is an easy way out if you already have a high-speed USB data card. The Olive Nexus VR-9 has a USB port into which you can plug in a data card and it creates a Wi-Fi hotspot that can be accessed by five devices. It costs 3,500 and can be purchased from www.olivetelecom.in. It has a complicated initial setup process—you have to connect the device with an Ethernet cable, enter the router’s IP address and feed in data card details (number, username, password). The battery lasts for 4 hours but you have the flexibility to plug your data card directly into the laptop anyway. It might make more sense than the Tata Photon WiFi because even after adding the cost of a USB data card ( 1,599 for Reliance, 1,799 for Tata), it is still cheaper.

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Posted 14 March 2011 - 11:58 AM

Is anybody using the Olive Nexus V-R9 Wireless Router?

http://www.olivetele...ireless-router/

How long have you been using?

Any comments on the performance will be helpful.

Thanks

I am thinking of buying one.


Suggestion on better/competing products will also be helpful.

Edited by pajat, 14 March 2011 - 11:58 AM.





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