Unlocked HUAWEI B535-232 CAT7 USB 300mbps 4G/LTE Home/Office Router (White) with 2 x External Antennas. Will work with any Sim Card Worldwide (Renewed), dual band
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I’m really surprised this is so complicated - surely if a cat 6 device cannot do 64QAM then it simply can’t ? Has anyone found another router that’s cat 8 or higher for reasonable price ?
As for software, this isn’t something you’ll likely be interacting with much, but the Huawei B535 WebBox does have a simple web interface, allowing you to configure settings and read messages – as there’s no display, you have to access this from an external device. Huawei B535-232a 4G LTE -mobiilireititin sopii kotiin tai toimistoon. Siinä on paikka 4G SIM -kortille, ja voit käyttää sillä mobiiliverkkoja langattomasti WiFi 5 -yhteydellä tai langallisesti LAN-portin kautta. Tutustu ominaisuuksiin Avainominaisuudet The issue really arises because it’s a 4G network and depending on what other users are doing, the weather, capacity/demand plus which way the wind is blowing apparently causes speeds to drastically differ.In reply to a post by buggerlugs:Interestingly the MR600 is cat 6 and the B535 is cat 7, so realistically (depending on antenna quality) the B535 "should" provide a better, faster, connection. In the settings I wondered if you can see if it does the 64QAM mentioned ? I think the mast I might connect to supports this - although have no way to know for sure before I buy this so keen to get a router that supports this if I can .
Here’s where things get a bit more complicated, as while the Huawei B535 WebBox is a good performer by 4G router standards, it’s no match for a 5G router or many wired connections. And the actual speeds you get will in large part depend on your coverage. It’s a simple, plain white rectangular box with some status indicators on the front and a grey band around the edge. It looks fine, and for better or worse it won’t stand out as much as the aforementioned Huawei AI Cube, or even the likes of the Vodafone GigaCube, which is plain too but has a more noticeable tower-like design.
It's only really been a problem recently, and in the last few weeks getting to the point where it is unusable.
In reply to a post by davidc01:My neighbours must think I'm crazy... the lengths I go for better ping times! Can't see any major changes with this update. 192.168.8.1 now redirects to hirouter.net. For whatever reason, i've had some connection issues with sky q using wifi since the update, ethernet fixed these issues. Web interface freezes occasionally. There’s nothing visible about 64QAM and I had to look up what it is. On the MR600 forum, someone has identified the actual modem inside the box, and the specs state up to 64QAM. But I can’t validate that in any way.I'll try again tomorrow...I'll also try forcing Band 1 on the MR600 and comparing since I now know it's a magic one! A Huawei B535-232 egy router, amelyet a Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. gyártott. Ez a router segítséget nyújt a felhasználóknak az internetkapcsolat létrehozásában és vezeték nélküli hálózati kapcsolat biztosításában otthoni vagy kis irodai környezetben. The preceding specifications are theoretical values obtained by Huawei internal laboratories through tests carried out under particular conditions. For more information on the specific testing conditions, refer to the aforementioned product details.