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4g LTE broadband router with antenna conflicts with 4gLte extender
Catherinetnc1660

remote location.  Purchased 4g LTE extender so we could have phone service.  It utilizes slow ATT Uverse Internet to boost coverage.  I have a separate 4g LTE data and voice broadband router.  it's signal is boosted by extender, but download speeds are extremely slow due to extender being attached to slow ATT Uverse. if I turn extender off and add 4g LTE antenna to 4g LTE broadband router, the speeds go up, but because my extender is off, no voice services.  Is there any way to configure the 4g LTE data/voice router so it doesn't use the signal boost from the extender and only uses the signal boost from its own atenna?

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Re: 4g LTE broadband router with antenna conflicts with 4gLte extender
7e18n1
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The BRV locks onto the NE because the NE's signal is stronger than the tower's signal. Move the BRV out of range of the NE so that the BRV can only lock onto the tower's signal. When the BRV locks onto the tower, you can log into the BRV's user interface and observe the tower's signal level to find the most optimum location with the strongest signal for the BRV. If necessary, you can buy a long Ethernet cable to connect between the BRV and a second Wi-Fi access point to fix Wi-Fi if moving the BRV out of range of the NE affects your BRV's Wi-Fi (and it likely will affect the BRV's Wi-Fi).