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  1. I don't know about reset on the ilox modem, didn't do anything to mine. My NordVPN works just fine with ilox, connecting to US, no speed loss still 65mbps down 12 up. I'm using the PC desktop app from Nord, Supports recommendation, their Chrome extension is flaky and drops out randomly. ymmv
  2. I've got my Ilox installed and after a week of under performance I made support request. The next non-holiday work day, a three man tech support team arrived at 9:30am to diagnosis the issue. In less than an hour I had my 65-70mb Down and a 15+mb up Ethernet. 40mb Wifi down, 15+ mb up. All with Speedtest.net over Triana (telmex). Ajijic Centro Awesome support from Ilox. Ymmv
  3. Speeds posted are all without VPN, unless stated otherwise. This morning 9am, 5mbps Down 15.19mbps up, no VPN.
  4. As stated I'm getting 4-5mb down 12-15 up, so I'm pluggng in the Telmex router mostly until iLox gets it together to consistently deliver the advertised speed. I was a early adopter and I'm in Ajijic Centro, so after half a dozen installation calls/confirmation and no shows, the cable and modem showed up.
  5. As this OP is a bit dated, I don't know if anyone's looking at this anymore, BUT I'm in need of a driver making a "run" to the border for whatever, and interested in bring some herbal supplements back. This could be a monthly gig as I can't get the vendor to Ship to Mexico yet, or a least until my order increases to a four figure demand. PM me if there a "Transporter" out there.
  6. I've had the service for a week, and so far Telmex has better Download speed, at least according to Speedtest.net. So what I'm experiencing with iLox, and yes I have talked with the Office staff at El Torito, is maybe 5mb Down and 12-15 Up. But, and here's the weird part, when I toggle on my NordVpn to Mexico @ Queretaro, the ilox blasts to 65mb Down and 14+Up, go figure. Anyway, yes the modem is basic and wiring is a thin optical fiber filament, but I'm porting/cascading CAT6 out to my Asus router for the entire house + extenders. Still got the Telmex as a backup, since it's good for 8-10mb Down in Centro. At this point I'm not going to attempt a Dual WAN set up unless iLox doesn't get the server fixed, I need that 60+mb Down for 1080p streaming and I don't want to even fantasize about 4K yet. LOL
  7. Yes, with Data Roaming ON the Telcel 199 plan uses it's Data and Calls no problema US and Canada.
  8. Check out No-Ip.com. They can broadcast any change in your IP to your VPN provider.
  9. I've been with Schwab for 10 years, and for the past 3 yrs full-timer in MX . They do everything they say they will, all ATM fees refunded monthly. I do maintain investment accounts and their Investor Checking. I can deposit my USD checks into my CI Banco bank, no problema, in 48 hrs, pesos are credited. But I use the ATMs at Banamex, Banorte also, no problems. Schwab knows I'm in at Lakeside 11 months/year, tho I do have a US address but no documents ever go there, everything comes in my email inboxes. All the features you'd ever want, Intl Wire Transfers, Bill Pay, etc... IMO, they're the best.
  10. One technique that can/could work is to Cascade or Tier a personal router behind IP providers router. (see Senior Google) For example, with a Telmex router, as the primary router, has an IP 192.168.1.1 If you add your own personal router, Linksys, Asus, Dlink, where you can set it's IP to 192.168.2.1, then connect one of the primary router's LAN port to the WAN port of the Second router with ethernet cable. Now you can run a VPN on the second router, most have it built in, and your computer and network won't have a MX IP. I find this technique works since these newer Telmex routers don't allow configuring DNS and other settings easily. YMMV
  11. If your mailbox share is still available, please email me the costs and other info. I've received no response from you, email only please.

  12. I'd be interested in a long term mailbox. I don't have much mail coming in, so very light use.  Email me gfresh13@gmail.com

    Gary

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