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HUAWEI ROUTER hg533 WHAT IS ITS SPEC.IE. -802.11AC
Www.chatteris.biz/.../HUAWEI_HG533_User_Manual(02,English,General_... specifications go to the above address to download the manual including tech specs
Posted on Nov 22, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hg520s Huawei wireless router
Make sure you LAN settings is looking at your Wireless Adapter for WAN source, your computer might be looking up to the Wired Adapter for source, with not much info that's all i can suggest.
Create a new connections and make sure Wireless Adapter is selected.
Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
Only way that can be done is to unplug it from the pc and plug it into the laptop,But if your laptop has built in wireless,you can connect directly to the router via wireless connection.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
Try the following link: http://www.calcuttatelephones.com/dataoneinstall/mdm05.html
The USB driver proposed for download might be compatible with Windows 7.
Posted on May 11, 2011
Ok. (I don't know how much help I can offer since I'm in USA and you're in UK). 1) From what little I was able to look up, TalkTalk Internet is really small and has a lot of issues regarding on what it delivers to it's customers. 2) The HUAWEI HG533 Router... (from your description of the symptoms with your TV), seems functioning ok, just that the Bandwidth (Internet speed of your ISP-TalkTalk) is too slow to keep up with everything you want to do once you add the Video for the TV. IF you use the Internet cable from your router to the TV, you should have a Faster connection for internet reception (compared to WiFi. Minimum of N-Band on WiFi should suffice for 1 TV and 1 Computer. 5 Devices or more, I recommend a Better Router and Cable your Devices that need the Fastest connection for response, IE. 1-2 computers, TV or Blu-Ray device that provides content to your TV). Best advice - Inquire your Internet Provider about your situation, Possibly change ISP's, Make sure your Router can handle the Usage on WiFi and Cable connect that you require. I have been using a D-Link DIR-655 N-Band Gaming Router (broadcasts WiFI @ 65Mbps/sec, 4 cable connect Ports with 1Gbps speed) for several years now. I've got 2 puters and a Blu-Ray device cable connected, we WiFi our 3Cell phones, a Sony WII and 2 other puters for our kids. We pay a about $25 more a month for faster Internet speed, all runs rather well (Time Warner Cable Turbo, USA, total Internet cost is $65 a month, we don't subscribe to any tv or land-line phone, since we use cell phones).
Posted on Jun 28, 2014
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