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Resolved! Telus Wi-Fi Boost on Ethernet Switch?

Can the Telus Wi-Fi boost be used on an Ethernet switch? So basically the switch is connected to the T3200M, and then a bunch of devices like my Smart TV are connected to the switch, as well as the Wi-Fi boost? I want to have a wired backhaul option ...

2.4 ghz is slow on EA9300 bridged with T3200m

Hey all,First of all I’m not a techie and I am going absolutely insane trying to fix the slow 2.4ghz wifi at my house. I just bought a Linksys EA9300 and bridged my t3200m so that the Linksys EA9300 can handle the wifi. I turned the wireless radio of...

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Guest Network Setup?

Hello, I have the T3200, followed the instructions online as to how to set it up.It says to go to the "Guest WiFi" section, but the page doesn't have one.Anyone else have this problem or have a solution? Thanks in advance.... -Wayne

WC1 by Just Moved In
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bridge mode with 1 port

Getting low wireless speeds with bridged port 1.I use a google meshed and get 100mbps on wireless and 7mb up on a 1GB Fibre plan. is this normal? the reason i am bridging only 1 port and not using full is because i use MOCA devices. A full bridge dis...

Dan85 by Neighbour
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telus fibre

I've been trying to get the Telus Fibre for years now.Every time I inquire, I get ghosted. The main problem is, every time i type my address, it shows only the copper plans. However, since I live in a town house, I know we had Telus come in and insta...

Resolved! MOCA device help please.

Currently I am using the Arcadyan modem/router on bridged mode. The connection source is through Fibre. The Arcadyan modem has MOCA Capabilities which I am utilizing with another Actiontec MOCA device that is located in the basement. The Actiontec de...

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IPV6 Tips

To get ipv6 working, use the wan and DHCP settings below. the DNS servers are cloudflare and google and seem to be more reliable than the telus servers. you can get a list of public dns servers https://duckduckgo.com/?q=public+dns&t=hk&ia=answer for ...

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