Sierra Wireless AT&T Unite

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Reviewed by swbca (Currently owns)

Great for serving 10 WiFi clients, or even better when integrated into a home network to serve unlimited clients.

We have a remote home with no other internet service. By linking this unit with a WiFi connection to a Buffalo "WiFi to Ethernet Converter" we can connect out home network including 2 other Wireless access points and wired desktop computers.

The DHCP server in the ATT Unite Hotspot will hand out a virtually unlimited number of addresses to clients, (we have had over 20) even though it only registers the Buffalo device as a WiFi client.

We just have to make sure that we don't do video streaming and other bandwidth intensive activities to stay within the 5G monthly limit. Fortunately the cost for going over is only $10.00 per Gig, which is a reasonable charge.

Only complaint. The touch screen has no access password or pattern. Any kid can break our network if he pushes a couple of touchscreen buttons on this unit. Browser access has a password . . . why not touch-screen access ?

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  • Design 9
  • Display 4
  • Reception / call quality 10
  • Performance 9
  • Software 9
  • Battery life 10
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