Overview of Netgear NIGHTHAWK M6 MR6500 Pro mobile Wi-Fi router

As a router, the Netgear Nighthawk M6 is fairly elemental. It supports Wi-Fi 6—the interference-busting, IoT-friendly usurper protocol meant to take over from the aging 802.11ac (now renamed Wi-Fi 5) standard—and by extension it also uses the new Wi-Fi security standard WPA 3, which improves the security of your Wi-Fi network most notably by rendering the complexity of your password largely irrelevant. The M5 also includes a few security features like web filters, access scheduling, and you can set up port forwarding/filtering or configure which cellular band regions you’d like to connect to, and it even supports VPN Passthrough and UPnP.

Apart from the cellular-specific things, these are all pretty standard features for an ordinary router, but not necessarily for a mobile hotspot. Because of these features though, you could feasibly use the Netgear Nighthawk M6 as your only connection to the internet; whether you would want to is an entirely different question, of course. It’s hard to find a mobile plan that won’t severely throttle your connection after a certain set data limit, and the M5 costs far more than routers with significantly better performance. Of course, these are the considerations of a city slicker; for those bound to the road or living in rural spaces, internet access is sometimes hardly better than the bad old days of dial-up.

Its beating heart is a Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 5G modem chipset, which is one generation older than the excellent 3rd iteration of the Snapdragon X60 modem that the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra carries within its chassis. The X55 is a slightly bigger chip built with a 7 nanometer process (compared to the X60’s 5nm) that isn’t quite as efficient as its successor. It also can’t aggregate mmWave and sub-6 connections like the X60—that is, using them simultaneously for higher throughput—in fact, the M5 does not support an mmWave connection at all. Netgear has forgone this in favor of adding more 5G bands in this router. C-Band support is a key feature here, as the limits (and limited availability) of mmWave mean that, on the whole, this router has more opportunities for faster throughput, as the C-Band is far less susceptible to physical impediments, and will be much more available for the near future.

Unlock Netgear NIGHTHAWK M6 Pro (MR6500) Wi-Fi router to be used on any supported provider such as:

Vodafone, O2, Verizon, Oppo, Orange, Telenor, Optus, Tele2, Rogers, Fido, Chatr, Bell, MTS, Virgin, Vodacom, Telus, Telstra, AT&T, EE UK and many more

How to unlock Telstra Netgear NIGHTHAWK MR6500

Cellcorner offers several ways to unlock Netgear NIGHTHAWK M6 Pro mobile router.

1. Remote unlocking by code is performed by generating a device-specific unlock code for your Netgear NIGHTHAWK MR6500 WiFi Hotspot. No disassembling or technical knowledge is required. All you have to do is to enter the unlock code into your device via control panel .

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How to unlock Telstra Netgear NIGHTHAWK M6 Pro MR6500

2. To unlock using software all you need to do is to connect your wireless modem to your PC (it's not compatible with Mac) and run small client software which will unlock Netgear NIGHTHAWK M6 Pro via USB cable or USB port on your PC.
This method can be used when unlock code is not available for your router or there is no way to enter the unlock code.

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This software also allows to change IMEI number of your wifi hotspot as well as enable or disable some frequency bands

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