huawei E8372h dongle setting up

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allant
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Re: huawei E8372h dongle setting up

Post by allant » Sun Feb 10, 2019 5:45 pm

Will do. Something else that I have noticed is when I to WLAN basic settings, there is 2 SSID's. 1 is Zong MBB-E8372 and the other is HUAWEI-340000-2.
Should they both be turned on.
also when i turned the Tigun off, I noticed the lights on the Huawei were still on, is that how it should be or will they shut off after a while.
thanks


Masquerade
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Re: huawei E8372h dongle setting up

Post by Masquerade » Mon Feb 11, 2019 10:32 am

allant wrote:
Sun Feb 10, 2019 5:45 pm
Will do. Something else that I have noticed is when I to WLAN basic settings, there is 2 SSID's. 1 is Zong MBB-E8372 and the other is HUAWEI-340000-2.
Should they both be turned on.
also when i turned the Tigun off, I noticed the lights on the Huawei were still on, is that how it should be or will they shut off after a while.
thanks
They shut off after a while.


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mrew42
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Re: huawei E8372h dongle setting up

Post by mrew42 » Mon Feb 11, 2019 12:07 pm

allant wrote:
Sun Feb 10, 2019 5:45 pm
Will do. Something else that I have noticed is when I to WLAN basic settings, there is 2 SSID's. 1 is Zong MBB-E8372 and the other is HUAWEI-340000-2.
Should they both be turned on.
also when i turned the Tigun off, I noticed the lights on the Huawei were still on, is that how it should be or will they shut off after a while.
thanks
SSIDs are just the WIFI broadcast name - it's up to you which you use.
Both/either - entirely your choice as you decide which one you want to connect to in the car.
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