gottago wrote: »
Will definitely have to actually purchase something!
kwikbreaks wrote: »
What were you using before? You should be able to add virtually any cable wireless router as an additional or replacement wireless AP although you will need to run an ethernet cable to it (Superhub LAN port to its WAN port).
The Superhub has a well deserved reputation for abysmal WiFi performance. I think it's very unlikely that the now very overdue new firmware will improve that performance which is probably due to cost cutting and using the cheapest parts possible. The main reason people are clamouring for the new firmware is because it will support "modem mode" - ie turning off the rubbish router and Wifi to allow it to be used as a plain modem in conjunction with a cable router with decent performance. You can piggyback a router now but through the Superhub router section which increases latency a little.
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