07-08-2018 11:51 PM
The ability to configure them without jumping through hoops.
A standard password would help. If they are meant for professional setup, having a different convoluted password for each isn't professional at all.
I can't even configure the last two I took out of the box. I need to take one to a customer in the morning. I may have to go to WalMart (the nearest is in another state) in the morning and buy some over the counter crap, bring it back, configure it, and then take it to them. I doubt that I could get them to pay me what it would cost for me to do that, though.
07-09-2018 03:23 PM
Apparently the firmware update that I downloaded the other day was failing. I would start the update and leave it to finish.
I deleted that firmware update and downloaded it again. It is working now.
07-12-2018 05:03 PM
Can't HAM operators run at higher power on those frequencies? Of course, there are restrictions on encryption and content for those cases.
No, aircubes are indoor devices.
07-19-2018 05:39 PM
I love a lot of the ideas put forward here...except the EIRP thing...think more of what you're asking for, next time... :/
One of the items we have been asked for, for years, is for the customer to have the ability to have a log into the router we install...a dual log in, so they could only change things like SSID, password for wifi, maybe even a little firewall stuff to make them feel more secure. We have used the AirRouter-HP for years, and are struggling with going over to the Cube, for all it's short-comings. These items were never put in the airrouter, and would really make our lives easier to have it now...might almost make the higher-dollar price worth it.
If it was easy, everyone would be doing it!
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