Please ensure you have full network access when following these steps below, so you are able to modify /etc/wlan when needed, and use your favorite editor of choice to make changes. If you don't have access to a router, use temporary serial port access to the router interface to make changes, however even this process may still not be complete so be careful.
Once all the files are installed and the initial network is set up, it's time to follow the remaining steps below. These steps are for those with a great deal of knowledge and experience, and you'll need a wheel of some sort in order to do this. For someone else, take my word for it, follow the steps and it should work. I cannot validate these steps, however, because of my lack of experience. So, be careful!
If you have never done this before, you've found the Holy Grail for your router. There is a wealth of information in here, although there's a lot of redundant information so you'll need to filter out what you want to know and work out what you want to change. The first thing you want is to see whether the router is already set up for 2G/3G/4G handoff. d2c66b5586