I'm looking for a way to have a windows computer do the equivalent of unpluging and re plugging a usb modem. This system is accessed remotely via Logmein and it is connected to the internet by an external usb evdo modem. The system is located in a third world country and the connection is not reliable. When it goes down, unplugging/replugging sometimes does the trick. How can I make the computer do this on its own? [more inside]
posted by Popcorn
on Aug 28, 2010 -
I'm looking at a situation where I may want/need to buy a replacement Sprint EVDO card, and want to just clone over the old card's ID (ESN?) to the new one. What cards work the best for this? [more inside]
posted by frijole
on Mar 18, 2008 -
My system has multiple Internet connections, and I want to be able to specify which of these connections particular applications will use. I run Windows XP Pro. [more inside]
posted by Emanuel
on Mar 5, 2008 -
I am seeking a company that offers EVDO service with coverage in Brazil.
I am also open to any other technologies that provide a wireless broadband service.
posted by marc10
on Dec 2, 2006 -
VoIP over EVDO. If you've tried it (especially on Sprint's Rev A EVDO), how do you like it? I'd be using Skype, using it rarely, and only using it during calls -- not leaving it idling and using bandwidth
. (With my current Sprint phone-as-modem setup on 1xRTT, I average 400-600ms pings -- i.e., too much latency for VoIP even if I had enough bandwidth. But on Sprint's now active
EVDO Rev A, they claim latency of 100-150ms and upstream averaging 300-400k.) Yes, I know EVDO is not in the TOS. And I connect primarily from NYC in strong-signal areas.
posted by allterrainbrain
on Nov 18, 2006 -
EVDOFilter: I'm interested in Sprint or Verizon EVDO phone-as-modem mobile broadband service with my Powerbook, but I've never had a celphone before. Help! [more inside]
posted by Alterscape
on May 30, 2006 -