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    The KR2's are now in-stock. I have tested the Sprint AC595 in the router and it works flawlessly. I will have pictures on here tomorrow of what it looks like from all angles. As we test other cards or find out information on the KR2 we will post it here.

    Here are some pictures we took of the Kyocera KR2:
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    Here is the users manual if anyone would like to look at it:
    kr2_user_guide_EN.pdf

    Click here to check out our product page.
    Last edited by noneya; 03-18-2008, 12:17 PM.

  • #2
    I took delivery of my KR2 yesterday and 24 hours later it seems to be working as hoped for. I am using the Sierra AC595 PCMCIA card on Sprint which provided plug and play operation.
    I have experienced one minor problem. When saving revised settings to the KR2 via a wireless connection, the KR2 locked up upon re-boot and had to be manually unpluged and re-pluged to complete the re-boot.
    Jack

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    • #3
      Glad to hear that.......

      Originally posted by Jackes View Post
      I took delivery of my KR2 yesterday and 24 hours later it seems to be working as hoped for. I am using the Sierra AC595 PCMCIA card on Sprint which provided plug and play operation.
      I have experienced one minor problem. When saving revised settings to the KR2 via a wireless connection, the KR2 locked up upon re-boot and had to be manually unpluged and re-pluged to complete the re-boot.
      Jack
      Glad to hear that everything is working for you.

      On the issue of the re-boot, does it keep the settings that you have made after locking up on you?

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      • #4
        Yes it retained the updated settings. The only problem seemed to be in the physical re-start itself.

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