Just wondering why sprint would restrict that access? All the other hotspots you can access it? For as much as someone pays for it we should be able too.
That is absolutely bad news bears. What the heck is it with cellular internet devices and not having the option to do port forwarding? Man that's frustrating. What, do these cellular providers just think you need internet for different reasons when you buy it through them? No - I just need the same **bleep** internet! The one I can DO things on, including OTHER THAN browsing the web or your pre-cooked BS. I posted another thread asking about this... if you really can't do DMZ/Port Forwarding on that HTC device, then I guess we won't be getting it. That does not sate our needs, and is, frankly, ridiculous.
Does it have a bridge mode option anywhere?
Also - do you have a laptop you can connect to the HTC 5G Hub? If so (and you're running Windows), you can open up a command prompt window and type ipconfig /all and you should see an IP address next to "Default Gateway".
That IP address is the IP of your HTC 5G Hub.
I was able to find the IP address for the hub, but it wouldn’t let u into the router. I gave up and took it back and cancelled the service and went back with Verizon. Got really frustrated with the run around from sprint and it was like nobody knew what port forwarding was or even NAT types.