[LINK] Internode (Optus) 3G wireless broadband in the bush ... Stephen?

Robin Whittle rw at firstpr.com.au
Fri Jun 19 10:09:21 EST 2009


Hi Tom,

Thanks for your page:

  http://www.tomw.net.au/blog/2009/03/external-3g-data-card-antenna.html

and for the page on the small WiFi (and 10/100 Mbps cable Ethernet)
router into which the USB 3G modem can be plugged to create an
instant WiFi hotspot:

http://www.tomw.net.au/blog/2008/12/huawei-d100-3g-router-sold-in-australia.html

The link on this page to the openwrt site is dead.  I found this
which seems to be the correct link:

http://oldwiki.openwrt.org/OpenWrtDocs(2f)Hardware(2f)Huawei(2f)D100.html

This contains photos on notes on the firmware.

The USB modem plugs into the hinged thing at the top.  The WiFi
antenna is internal, on the PCB at the top right of the first photo.

I couldn't easily find any specifications on the D100.  Can you tell
me what voltage it requires and the current specification on its
power adaptor?  I don't really need one, but I am intrigued at a
small device such as this with the USB modem providing a local WiFi
zone.

  - Robin




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