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DIR 655 - MBR1000

Hi folks,

i have bought this router
DIR 655
D-Link Xtreme N Gigabit Router

My aim was to be always on internert,
so the router utomatically switches from a primary wired (DSL cable, T1, etc.) connection to wireless mobile broadband network when primary service is disrupted.

I try to setup my DIR 655 in different way but i can't do this.
Before to buy i asked at shopman and he tekks my don't worry this do what u want.

The secong product was this:
MBR1000
MBR1000 Mobile Broadband 'N' Router | 3G/4G Wireless Router | Cradlepoint Technology
more expensive but it's clear that i do what i want.


So now at home i have this DIR 655 , is there anyone that use it and could tell me how to configure it,
so if internet go down i am always on by 3g networks?

I was searching a dual router that offers redundant internet access.

Please help me

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You need a dual WAN router if you want redundant internet connectivity. That router has 1 WAN port only.

Do a google search for TP Link dual wan router, look for the ones with 2xWAN ports, you would plug in two internet sources (uplinks) and the router will automatically failover between them.

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ARRRRRRRRRRR,

BigMike what should i do now....crash shopman head??? :-)

Anyway i was thinking first connection adsl and second h3g,
is it good? is it dual wan?
MBR1000 Mobile Broadband 'N' Router | 3G/4G Wireless Router | Cradlepoint Technology

or should i search something of different?

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If it says 1xWAN port, it is not dual wan. If it says 2xWAN port, it is dual wan. Search the specifications or ask the manufacturer.

Just because it has physical ports does not mean it will accept multiple uplinks and offer failover between them.

Failover and load balancing is an advanced topic. If you do not know how to do it, you should not be buying this product as it will require some advance configuring to make it work once you get it home.

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Hi folks,

i have bought this router
DIR 655
D-Link Xtreme N Gigabit Router

My aim was to be always on internert,
so the router utomatically switches from a primary wired (DSL cable, T1, etc.) connection to wireless mobile broadband network when primary service is disrupted.

I try to setup my DIR 655 in different way but i can't do this.
Before to buy i asked at shopman and he tekks my don't worry this do what u want.

The secong product was this:
MBR1000
MBR1000 Mobile Broadband 'N' Router | 3G/4G Wireless Router | Cradlepoint Technology
more expensive but it's clear that i do what i want.


So now at home i have this DIR 655 , is there anyone that use it and could tell me how to configure it,
so if internet go down i am always on by 3g networks?

I was searching a dual router that offers redundant internet access.

Please help me

I have DSL and Cable internet connections. I use Linksys RV04 Dual Broad Band Router. It has two ports for broad band devices. I plug the DSL modem into one port and the cable modem into the other port. If one internet connection goes down, the router automatically switches traffic to the other internet connection. In the setup you have a choice, use one and keep the other as a backup, or use both simultaneously and load balance traffic between them.

I also wanted WiFi so I connected two LinkSys wireless routers upstream. (Needed coverage in two different areas). You plug a connection cable into a "regular " port on each wireless router and the other end of the connection cable into a "regular" port on the dual broad band router, then give each router a unique address.

If one internet connection goes down, I am still connected to the other one. I still have cable and wireless connectivity.

Is that what you had in mind?

If so, no offense sir, but... from reading your post... I would suggest you pay someone to set it up for you.

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does the connection do your broker goes down while it transfers to the backup connection ?

Do u loose any speed by using this device ?

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does the connection do your broker goes down while it transfers to the backup connection ?

Do u loose any speed by using this device ?

With my TP Link setup, it load balances between the two uplinks automatically (for instance, when loading a web page, half of the connections go thru WAN #1 and half thru WAN #2). It can also load balance based on latency, so for instance of connection #1 has less latency, it will be used more up to the point WAN #2 has less latency, etc.

In the event of an interruption, it will failover to the other connection seamlessly. But as far as your software on your PC is concerned, like NinjaTrader, it has to reconnect the TCP socket connection to the Zen Fire server (or etc). So it would basically be the same as unplugging your network cable and plugging it back in 1 ms later.

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I ordered fibre to my house today, I would like an adsl backup not for load balancing but for backup. I guess you can disable the load balancing function ?

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does the connection do your broker goes down while it transfers to the backup connection ?

Do u loose any speed by using this device ?

When it go down the line is cut off.

I see the specific of mbr it doesnt say anything about dual, but it say that it is connect also to 3g networks.
At home i have only one adsl.

these are the spec. of mbr1000


Up to 750 feet WiFi Range

Connect up to 64 Devices ( Unlimited via Ethernet)

Uses USB and ExpressCard Mobile Broadband Modems

Supports Cable/DSL modems with dynamic IP, static IP, PPPoE, PPTP, L2TP, or BigPond Connection Types

WiFi.org Compliance with IEEE 802.11 b/g/n

2.412 to 2.484 GHz Frequency Band Operation

Compliant with IEEE 802.3 and 3u Standards

Supports OFDM and CCK Modulation

Traffic control with Virtual Server (max 64 servers) and DMZ

Compatible with HSDPA and EVDO Mobile Broadband Devices

UPnP (Universal Plug & Play) and ALGs support for Internet applications such as Email, FTP, Gaming, Remote Desktop, Net Meeting, Telnet, SSH and SCP

Firewall features Network Address Translation (NAT), and Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) protects against DoS Attacks

Access Control Available in Encrypted and Open Modes and Password Protected Internet Access to Prevent Unauthorized Usage

Provides Additional Security of Enable/Disable SSID, Internet Access Control (Services, URL and MAC Filtering)

Supports multiple and concurrent IPSec, L2TP and PPTP VPN Pass-Through Sessions

Supports 64/128-bit WEP (11b/g), WPA, WPA2, and WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK

Supports WDS

Flash Memory for Firmware Upgrade, Save/Restore Settings

Easy Management via HTTP and Remote Management via HTTP and SNMP

Compliant with Windows 98SE/NT/2000/XP/2003 Server, Linux and Mac OS

Small Office / Remote Office
If your connection goes down, business stops. CradlePoint's MBR1000 provides the small office, temporary office or remote office the ultimate insurance against network outages due to planned and unplanned downtime. Using 3G (cellular) networks as a backup with a cellular carriers' 'Router Data Plans', the MBR1000 delivers ultimate flexibility and assurance that mission critical business continues.

Emergency Response
Time, even minutes, during a disaster situation are crucial. With the CradlePoint MBR1000, responders will be able to share vital documents, emails, and mission critical information without waiting for data line drops. The CradlePoint MBR1000 provides instant 802.11 b/g/n WiFi which is perfect for setting up quick response capability in shelters, control centers or wherever you set up operations. Instant access to EVDO and HSPA (3G) networks is available via USB and ExpressCard modems attached to the MBR1000.

Remote / Instant Workgroups
Internet access for businesses that set-up on the road or away from the office is now possible with the MBR1000. Full Ethernet LAN connectivity with 4 LAN ports allows you to set up desktop machines, network drives, and even networked printers for ultimate flexibility. Add to this 802.11 'N' networking and now you can access your network storage in the Construction Trailer or Broadcast Van while at the jobsite or in the press booth. The MBR1000 gives you a great way to take wireless Internet connectivity to new heights. The added security that comes with WiPipe technology means that you can get access more easily and control your network better than ever before possible.

Traveling Office
Setting up an MBR1000 on a bus, car, train or boat lets you share your Internet connection with colleagues and customers. Whether it's a long-haul tour or just commuting, the MBR1000 provides access to all your Internet needs for business or fun. Your secure WiFi network makes it easy to work or play making traveling almost fun.

he CradlePoint MBR1000 is a robust 802.11N router with 3G, 4G or WiMax failover capability for small office/home office, temporary and remote enterprise environments for continuous, always-available connectivity.

Never Worry About DSL, Cable, or T1 Outages Again
With its’ built-in failover capability, the MBR1000 automatically switches from a primary wired (DSL cable, T1, etc.) connection to wireless mobile broadband network when primary service is disrupted. Once service is restored, the MBR1000 will automatically failback from wireless mobile broadband to the primary wired ISP without interruption to users. Perfect for applications such as POS that can't afford to be offline. Your business is always connected.

Enterprise Power, SOHO Simple
Powered by WiPipe™ technology, the MBR1000 includes many features found in expensive, enterprise-class routers, such as load balancing and SNMP, at a fraction of the cost with minimal set up and maintenance. No software to load means no IT interaction is necessary and you’ll be up and running in minutes.

Secure and Reliable
The high-performance MBR1000 comes standard with top security features like, multiple and concurrent VPN pass-through sessions, encryption modes including WEP, WPA/WPA2/Enterprise and a firewall preventing unauthorized use of your connection.


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also this it is ceaper

TP-Link TL-MR3420 will then automatically switch to the secondary link should your primary service be interrupted. Once the service is restored, the router will automatically failback to the primary link–keeping your business online with the minimal interruption to users.
----No dual wan
TP-Link TL-MR3420 Wireless-N 3G Router w/ WAN Backup (300Mbps)

in the while this is dual wan
Billion BiPAC 7402NX Wireless-N 3G & HSDPA Gigabit Router W/ ADSL 2+ & VPN Support

both do the same function, swithch to 3g when connection adsl down, but the first is really ceaper.
this modem is ceaper than my and have the switch capability, while my dir 655 no, ahhhhh!!!

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