Thnx for your response. I like to mention that I had recently moved to another apartment when my router got changed. In the previous location the router provided on 300Mbps package did have the USB enabled. So why Shaw opted to disable USB on "hitron" ?
I dont remember the model but the USB was used for majicjack voip and same we like to use with hitron.
With the majicjack device connected on USB, it does powee power light but does not work to bring dial tone on the phone connected to majicjack device.
If i move the majicjack to a usb on the laptop, the phone starts getting dialtone.
> With the majicjack device connected on USB, it does ... power light but does not work to bring dial-tone on the phone.
The USB cable carries both electrical power and electronic data-transfer.
So, it is no surprise that any USB device acknowledges the receipt of electrical power, through the USB cable, i.e., to recharge your mobile device.
Greetings, Shaw gang.
So, my question is "Why?". Why have the USB ports on the back of the Hitron had the data lines disabled?
I play good money to rent this router so all!!! features should be enabled. Shaw always tends to rip off customers this way.