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Huawei B525s-23a

Huawei B525s-23a

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  • 5GHz
  • Wireless network
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9 months ago
I pair this with a Poynting XPOL MIMO 9dBi 650-2700 Mhz antenna. Uses it in "bridge mode" so I can let my RT-AC88U do the job as a router in the house. Last measured speed is 144/30 with 17 ms ping. Free view of the 4G mast which is 1.7 km away. This applies to the non-burned version that is NOT via an operator. If you want to run 4G permanently and can think of an external antenna, this is the absolute best solution.

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9 months ago
Now I'm going to save this poor unit. Those who complain that the interface is crap and it is extremely limited, etc. also mention that they received the unit through their operator when they bought a subscription. Yes. Then you also get an a chopped version of the software just because tele2, Telia, Telenor etc want your damn log on the interface .. Haven't bought yet but will buy this and then edit this review and then we will see b525: ans Fate.

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10 months ago
Cannon! Very stable connection. Quickly connects. Ready improvement to USB stick modem with Dovado Tiny! Uses with external antenna in one antenna port. Real speed increase!

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a year ago
Shit plastic stuff. Got it by Telia when drawing 4G mobile. Compared to my ASUS RT-AC68U fiber router, the build quality is day and night. Very limited configuration options and are constantly logged out of the web interface ... already after a few minutes of inactivity and you can not even set not to be logged out. 1 star for it even works, but as one has already claimed, it feels like the roulette of the 21st century.

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a year ago
Bought this via Tele2 and have to say that it is very limited if you are a bit more advanced user. Can only have 8 fixed IP addresses on LAN devices. The devices are dropped and cannot be reached, so a frequent restart of the router had to be done. May be that this is related to the Tele2 model but I would avoid it. Run ist with the TP-Link MR600 and it works clockwise.

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2 years ago
Bought the router when Telia ADSL strolled. Got 300GB mobile surfing on Telia's surf guarantee. Works well to watch comics, youtube, play online games. Mostly located on level 3-4 of 5 at 4G where I live. Come with software version 11.189.63.10.07 where brewing worked. There are different versions on the market with different types of locks in the software. The interface for setting the settings feels early in the 21st century. Not very beautiful.

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2 years ago
While waiting for fiber to be incorporated into my new home, I need something in the meantime. Lives a bit typically badly in view of the position of the mast, a mountain and the neighbor's house ... Started my attempt with a TP-Link Archer MR200, totally worthless product that was really bad about the actual connection. Then found this B525s-23a through price hunting at almost the same price, as well as a lot much cheaper than some selling it for over 2000: - With this 4g router, signal strength increased significantly and also speed. Has found a sweetspot on a wall where I manage to get a stable CA connection to both the 800 and 1800 transmitters on the mast I can get in. Overall, good features and settings for the general user, but I lack some deeper information about eg signal strength on both bands at CA and the like. All in all, it feels like this is one of the best things you can get at a sensible price on the market today.

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3 years ago*
Run this in an old apartment in the center of Stockholm where fiber is not an option. Switch from a dlink dwr 923 and an Asus rtac51u. With my previous setup, I had a ping of 75 to 90 in games like CS and Rocket League as well as massive team spikes with type 5 minute intervals. The speed varied between 10mbps up and down to 50/20 if I surfed when there was a low load on the 4g network. With this I have lowered my ping to between 20ms and 40ms, all spikes are gone and the speed is between 20/20 up to 75/60 ​​where 40/40 is standard. I'm running with external antennas that I took from Dlink. But the difference between driving with the interior is marginal. By the way, easy to set up. Nice setup page and actually pretty nice, though a little plastic. Remarks: I miss is a plug for the power cord, it's only 4 pcs and one 5e was fine but you can run with a switch and solve it. A bit pricey for a student. Tl: dr, it's great!
*Edited 3 years

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3 years ago*
When my girlfriend Huawei B593 lasted after about 5 years, Tele2 sent me a ZTE MF286. It did not hold the speed of my old router, max 15 mbs down and 2 mbs up (living in rural areas) ie half the speed to what I had before. Bought a Huawei B525s-23a from Proshop. Now I have 35-50 mbs down and 2-10 mbs up. (MiMO antenna). + Good wifi coverage in a two storey house (not in the basement) + WPS button + plug and play (even with the Tele2 SIM card) + Easy to set antenna and other functions (no network connection) + Stable internet (my old Huawei could flip from time to time) - Maybe too many features (which said nothing about networking) - The price, but it is quite new to the market. Is very pleased with it.
*Edited 3 years

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