d-link router not compatible with their own d-link 3g card. need to buy other brand.
4 October 2010
Summary: I originally bought this to use with M1 service; M1 provided me with a huawei 3g modem. This worked fine, but when I changed plans I had to return the modem and planned to buy my own. I brought the router to a store to look for a compatible 3g modem.
Summary: I use this router with a pcmciaa Sierra aircard on the Cingular/ATT network. I'm very pleased it extended the capabilities of the card from simply allowing access from my lap top to using it as my overall internet connection at home.
Excerpt: If any one is considering purchasing a D-Link DIR-451 to work with your Sierra Wireless AirCard, I will save you the trouble, frustration, and heart ache. In fact I personally would not prefer to ever buy a D-Link product again.
Excerpt: Hi ......It worked well with my Sierra 875. Manual setup was easy. The only thing you have to really add is the isp.cingular for the access point no need for user name or password or dial string (if that is what it is called).