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Discussion in 'News and Announcements' started by Razer.WolfPack, Oct 2, 2018.
wow really nice
I do not want to start any flame wars here, and i really do not hold a degree in physics, but afaik all those antennas on some wifi products are (while being real antennas) just for show and do not actually result in better reception. I bought myself a portal router in Feb - had to, my old time capsule broke down and I was unable to repair it, and the portal also does not have any kind of outside visible antennas - yet it has in my case superior reception quality. To be really accurate, i would have to borrow one of those big asus things and take it home one day and test against my portal. I might just do it one day..
Mhmm good question - do you use pppoe or something arcane like pptp or just plain dhcp?
Now we're talking at a different level.
PPPoE but the problem is there are two difrent line type name aneks A and aneks B my provider support only b type. On specification i dont find any info about connection service in razer website it's a lottery ;/
i can take that!
what a slick looking bit of kit
wooot! sounds rly cool guys!
The design is slick and cool, I want one!
Hello. I am having issues connecting the router to my iPhone app via Bluetooth. The router cannot be found. I had followed the troubleshooting guides. Anyway to resolve this?
Not sure if you have turned ON the iPhone Bluetooth?
If you have turn ON the iphone BT, perhaps try to press the RESET button of the router for 6-10sec until you have seen blinking blue light. This will rest router to default factory setting.
Wait for the router to get connected 1st when it turn Green.
Turn ON the APP and try to connect again...
I'll like to try this one
How many stars?
Which provider are you on?
Actually, as long as you are able to use any off-the-shelf router, you should be able to use Sila.
It does support PPPoE and VLAN if that is required as well.
If you use only router without build-in modem yeah you are correct but when rou have router with modem fuction it is not the case. Your device must support specific band that internet provider use most of them use i dont how it looks in difrent part of world but in my country they are split between Anaks "A" or "B" if device not support both or support one that provider dont use you dont get any connection. This is why i ask in first place becose there is no info about tech. spec. of this device from list of port i can assume it work as router withiut modem so the connection part is on difrent device if you find one that have this type of connection ;/
Does anyone own the Sila and have an internet connection 600mbps or above? I currently have a 7800 and had to cut off the QoS once i upgraded my connection because it would halve it to 300mbps. Can the Sila keep up? I realize the wireless connections wont hit that but i'm more worried about the wired devices.
Did you do a speed test on the Sila itself using the app?
For wired connections it should not be a problem going up to 1gb.
Well to be very honest, it is difficult to liaise with every ISP in the world in order to make it work although we'd love to. This router does not come with a modem function. Does your ISP use a modem combined with a router?
The wired LAN is capable of supporting speed over 900Mbps or more without much of the problem, if your ISP is capable of supporting such speed.
Even if FasTrack is turned ON, it can easily support your 600Mbps speed and more..
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