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Junxion Box Testing - Broadband Wireless Networking

One of my many tasks at work is to try out the latest and greatest in being able to stay connected to Internet no matter where I'm at in the United States.

One of the things I have been wanting to test for a while is the Junxion Box  JB-110b (Ethernet & Wi-Fi LAN) with both support for Cingular/AT&T and Verizon, and on Wednesday of last week it came in.  It works with the 2 Cingular cards I have, and and also the new EVDO card.

So, my intial testing is very positive.  One thing I need to do is check the firewall router option to use one of the Ethernet ports to be on a wired broadband connection like DSL/Cable, and then utilize the broadband wireless card as backup if the main connection goes out.  This sounds great for a continuity of business setup.

Questions? Here is a picture from the back.

UPDATE: It seems like someone at Gnomedex must of had on of these broadband routers.  I noticed recent traffic on the topic from Doc Searls, and Dave Winer.


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