What Routers Have 100% Success With Unsupported MRV-Be Honest

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  1. jefbal99

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    I have a wrt54gs, running dd-wrt and have never had any issues with my unsupported MRV setup. I use reserved IPs in the dhcp table for my DirecTV boxes..
     
  2. CliffV

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    I'm using a Westell 9100EM (Verizon branded) router. Wired MRV works great between my HR24-500 and HR21-700. Addresses are 1-day leases from DHCP.
     
  3. houskamp

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    my prestige310 works.. of course it doesn't have upnp and was built in 2000 :lol:
     
  4. azarby

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    Qwest DSL using a Actiontec Q1000. All drops on the system (18 total) are fixed IPs except for the Blu-Ray player and security system. I do have a small DHCP pool for visitors to use (10 assigned addresses). Even though it says UPnP is enabled, I needed to manually assign the address pairs for each HR2x. Been this way since Beta testing (direct Cat5e) and never hasd a problem with dropped boxes. I eventutallly switched to full DECA and still have never had a problem.
     

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