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Hi Everyone,
Is any of you has had experience with Sapido MB-1132 wireless router

I just bought it and I'm having problems connetcing it with my SPRINT USB 598 aircard, does anyone has any suggestions?

the sapido setup interface asks for an APN number, SIM Pin # and some other things but Sprint told me that they no longer use this parameters.

I'm quite good on understanding all of this terminology and what is it for what kind of things.

I'd wppreciate any help.
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Hi Peter

What's the horse power of your router ?.
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Hi Everyone,
Is any of you has had experience with Sapido MB-1132 wireless router

I just bought it and I'm having problems connetcing it with my SPRINT USB 598 aircard, does anyone has any suggestions?

the sapido setup interface asks for an APN number, SIM Pin # and some other things but Sprint told me that they no longer use this parameters.

I'm quite good on understanding all of this terminology and what is it for what kind of things.

I'd wppreciate any help.


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Way to go Bob.

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Bob,
not sure I'm understanding your question
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Bob means, how powerful, ie bottom end torque....he he
Low end grunt if you follow me....these things always have performance specs...maybe refer to your sadpido set up interface guidance notes...maybe they will give you a hint you may as well be asking the mothers union how to carve mortise and tenon.
Serioulsly......have a look around the site...let me know your thoughts....

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Sure it says somewhere you get money for unwanted tools.

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Pix,
The router you are talking about is a WIFI router for computers. This site is about woodworking routers.
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Can we get a flashing gif during the signup, that says 'NOT FOR NETWORKING'?

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It's a reasonable mistake but it does go to show that people no longer read to understand but trust on the machine to do their understanding for them. I find this more disturbing than the fact that there are two kinds of tools called routers. If he had done a little reading before posting the mistake would have been obvious. It seems obvious is becoming outmoded.
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