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FreedomEclipse

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fucking fabulous.... Feb 23, 2014

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    1. Constantine Yevseyev
      Constantine Yevseyev
      Dude, just saying. Please check your "System Specs" page. "Windows 7 7600" stands for the original Windows 7 from 2009. The one with the Service Pack 1 has a "7601" number as its version. It also indicates that there were several platform updates applied (involving changes to the very "core" of OS), so it's not just a matter of programmers' taste.
    2. FreedomEclipse
      FreedomEclipse
      fucking fabulous....
    3. FreedomEclipse
      FreedomEclipse
      Bountilicious Boobs Of Blasphemy
    4. FreedomEclipse
      FreedomEclipse
      No Woman No Cry,
    5. FreedomEclipse
      FreedomEclipse
      Providin' dat late night support!
    6. FreedomEclipse
      FreedomEclipse
      It comes to my attention that the level of English on these forums has decreased dramatically ...Do you even english bro?
    7. Kreij
      Kreij
      Almost certainly. lulz
    8. remixedcat
      remixedcat
      they work differently then range extenders do. They plug into your router instead of repeating the signal does. They have amplifiers on them while traditional high gain antennas are passive. Some of those are universal and others only work for a few routers. And yes, Amped has one! http://www.ampedwireless.com/products/sb1000.html
    9. remixedcat
    10. remixedcat
      remixedcat
      oh hai how's the amped doin?
    11. neliz
      neliz
      Man-hugs! :)
    12. remixedcat
      remixedcat
      Awesome! Glad to hear that! ;)
    13. remixedcat
      remixedcat
      How's the Amped doing??
    14. remixedcat
      remixedcat
      Awesome! Their stuff is very smooth to setup. it's basically a full power access point that doesn't need a LAN cable to the router. About the LED light... hmm never noticed that on the SR20000G... it prolly did it differently.... oh well
    15. remixedcat
      remixedcat
      with the SR20000G you can be wired and wireless for setup.... the initial setup has to be done with the wired connection, as it has to give it a DHCP IP to configure. it relies on the router or access point that you are extending for that after the setup. When the SR20G would loose connectivity with the R10 I couldn't get an IP address from the extender. I purposely did screwed up a few times for the review to see how good it is at fixing itself and it was pretty easy to get stuff back to normal. It actually was able to operate on 20Mhz mode while the router was in 40Mhz mode as well.
    16. remixedcat
      remixedcat
      how's the repeater doing???
    17. remixedcat
      remixedcat
      Glad to hear that!!! I love how many options were in the repeater I tested as well! ;)
    18. remixedcat
      remixedcat
      also the repeater has to have +70% sig str. from the router.
    19. remixedcat
      remixedcat
      Glad you got it up and running... try using non-congested channels.... to find those use InSSIDer or the amped wifi tool on android (sadly no ios or winphone version)
    20. remixedcat
      remixedcat
      AWESOME! Hope you love it!
    21. remixedcat
      remixedcat
      aww ok....
    22. remixedcat
      remixedcat
      Did you get your SR10000 yet?
    23. FreedomEclipse
      FreedomEclipse
      well, Ive got some wi-fi analyser apps on my S3 to make sure i pick the right channel, got some 9dBi Antennas from TP-Link from a left over project and generally speaking I get about 60-70% signal from where i sit so I dont think i'll have much of a problem.

      Im trying to find the spec/datasheet on how powerful my current edixmax repeater/extender is so i can compare them but i cant seem to dig up any solid info on broadcast strength and stuff like that. as for the SR20000G, Do want, but its way out of my price range - not that i need half of the features on it that are being advertised.
    24. remixedcat
      remixedcat
      thing is you have to have a stable signal to repeat a stable signal. also you gotta make sure you don't communicate on a congested channel as well. this goes for all brands and not just amped. repeaters are very missunderstood devices. i got way better coverage with it then my netgear (however I tested the SR20000G and not the SR10000) and the coverage was awesome.
    25. remixedcat
      remixedcat
      Awesome!!! Please let me know how you like it!
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