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    Router support for 802.11AC and IPV6

    Hi 3GStore,

    I've been using a Pepwave Surf-on-the-Go router for a couple of years with very good results. But this summer, our campground is switching to a new WiFi system with 802.11ac support and in the future, IPV6 support.

    My Pepwave will connect using 802.11n, but I'd like to take full advantage of the new high performance WiFi. Looks like the V2 Pepwave still doesn't support 802.11ac or IPV6.

    Is there a comparable product you sell or can recommend that does support 802.11ac and IPV6? Or do you know if Pepwave has any plans in the near future for those enhancements.


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    Re: Router support for 802.11AC and IPV6

    The Surf On The Go doesn't have any announced improvements, but the Surf SOHO should be getting an upgrade later this summer to support wireless AC. IPv6 is only supported on wired WAN ports currently. 3Gstore.com/surfsoho

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    Re: Router support for 802.11AC and IPV6

    Thanks, I'll keep an eye out for the enhancement.


    Dan and Ann Mayer & fur baby Callie the Rally Dog
    2011 Landmark Rushmore
    • MorRyde 8K Independent Suspension
    • 8K Kodiak Disc Brakes
    • RV Comfort Systems Cheap Heat
    • MorRyde 33x90 Sliding Cargo Tray
    • Torklift Glowstep Revolution Aluminum Steps & Dirt Destroyer

    2014 RAM 3500 Laramie
    • Cummins 6.7 Diesel, AISIN Transmission
    • 4x4, Long box, Crew Cab, DRW 3.73
    • Hensley BD3 TrailerSaver Hitch
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    Re: Router support for 802.11AC and IPV6

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin_3GStore View Post
    The Surf On The Go doesn't have any announced improvements, but the Surf SOHO should be getting an upgrade later this summer to support wireless AC. IPv6 is only supported on wired WAN ports currently. 3Gstore.com/surfsoho
    Can the Surf SOHO that's expected to ship in September use 802.11AC to connect to campground WiFi? Or is 802.11AC only used on the local LAN?


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    • 8K Kodiak Disc Brakes
    • RV Comfort Systems Cheap Heat
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    • Torklift Glowstep Revolution Aluminum Steps & Dirt Destroyer

    2014 RAM 3500 Laramie
    • Cummins 6.7 Diesel, AISIN Transmission
    • 4x4, Long box, Crew Cab, DRW 3.73
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    Re: Router support for 802.11AC and IPV6

    If the campground WiFi is AC, the SOHO should be able to connect at AC speeds as well, but nothing is confirmed at this time. Hopefully we'll see some spec's soon.

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