Ok. If you have your router connected to the Airave's LAN meaning your Wifi data is routing through the Airave, try reversing your setup and plug your router directly into your modem, and the Airave into a LAN port on your router. By putting the Airave on the backend of your network, it's "cutting" it out of the picture while still allowing it to work for your Sprint signal. Have you tried this?
Thanks for getting back to me. I just tried changing it and still the same results. The Galexy S2 doesn't have any problems viewing YouTube over 3G, but does via my wireless.
Hello. Slow data can cause this particular problem. The only "throttling" by default in the Airave is the upload speed which is capped at around 750Kbps. To adjust this, connect an ethernet cable from the Airave's LAN directly to a computer. Go to 192.168.17.1, username is "admin," and password is "admin. Go to Advanced Settings - QoS or Quality of Service. Here you will see the adjustment for upload. Set it to 5000Kbps. Most consumer ISP packages do not have uploads speeds higher than this. If you know what your upload speed is, you can set it to that number as well.
Let us know if this does not resolve the problem. We haven't had any reports of the Airave causing this issue when using your own WiFi network and not the 3G EVDO data from the Airave which is another good point. Do your Sprint devices have this same symptom? Are they connected to 3G EVDO or do you have your WiFi turned on as well? The devices you've mentioned are all NON-Sprint devices.
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I'm having problems watching YouTube while using the Airave, it keeps saying this is "Video is currently unavailable." It only happens when I try watching it over wireless, via iPad, iTouch, and wireless on a laptop. I don't have any problems when I remove the Airave from the picture. What can be causing this and how do I fix this?
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