dch26 wrote:ok, i did this following the link above....and i got it working (sort of).
using a powered USB hub, and my E392 connected to that.
once i eventually got all the connection strings sorted etc i could connect to the internet.
i set up the pi as a firewall and dhcp server....and my other computers on my home network could connect too.
all good - or so i thought.
then......for some reason...i decided to do a speedtest.net
the pi crashed.
thinking it was a fluke, i tried again - same result.
hmm.....what do i mean by crash.....well, no response to mouse or keyboard and no SSH anymore. it no longer responded
to pings. dead.
so.....i surfed around on it for a few hours - all good.
then tried youtube on another computer......crash.
so.....i have given up temporarily.
i can only assume that because the E392 is USB and the network adapter also runs thru the USB circuitry that the sheer volume/speed of data is too much for the little pi when you try fast/large files?
anyone have any thoughts on this?
i am on EE and get a very good speed - 25mb down and 22mb up.
pi cant keep up - or are there settings i could try to control USB/network.
do we think that overclocking would help?
Have you tried it yourself? if so, can you please post a step by step guide on how you've managed to set it up? I want to have a similar setup to what is proposed, which is connect the raspberry pi to the internet using the LTE dongle, and forwarding the packets to my router through an rj45 cable. the router will be handling the DHCP. is such a setup possible?mfg wrote:http://www.draisberghof.de/usb_modeswit ... 9465#p9465
It is possible
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