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Is the WRT suitable for satellite modem?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Anonymous, Aug 16, 2005.

  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    I live in a very remote area of Spain and have bi-directional satellite broadband.The Sat modem connects into the LAN port via the RJ45.Reception is via satellite dish.The installer just said I need a router with DCHP.Anyone used one in this situation,I know its a long shot and have given next to no information,however my situation has more in common with cable than phone line ADSL.Thanks all.Tony.
     
  2. littlewhoo

    littlewhoo Network Guru Member

    I think you can use the WRT54G with a satellite modem. You'll probably have to set the Internet Connection type in the WRT54G webinterface to "Automatic Configuration - DHCP".

    In the Sveasoft forum there are several postings by US soldiers in Iraq, which are using WRT54G routers & satellite connections. Some have even posted pictures of their setup.
     
  3. mrbatch

    mrbatch Guest

    yes you can runwrt54g with 2 way vsat satellite modem. i'm also in spin in the campo and am doing this vai 54g and sat router. my provider is mediasat in ireland and i look 39oE hellasat2 satellite.

    myproblem is voip - th elatency for satellite is v high and it doesn''t work very well - skype seems the best i found so far

    what is your provider and bandwidth out of interest? do you run voip?
     

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