Re: [gaia] 4G Sim WiFi Outdoor Router

Jonathan Brewer <jon.brewer@gmail.com> Mon, 03 December 2018 12:44 UTC

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Date: Mon, 3 Dec 2018 20:43:57 +0800
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Subject: Re: [gaia] 4G Sim WiFi Outdoor Router
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Hi Arzak,

I use a lot of cellular devices for remote access.

On Mon, 3 Dec 2018 at 16:07, Arzak Khan <director@ipop.org.pk> wrote:

> We are experimenting with 4G LTE Router (Huawei) for connecting one of
> rural community site in Pakistan north western province of Balochistan. I
> was wondering if any one else has been using the multiple sim wifi router
> for connecting to the internet and would like to share their experiences on
> its performances.
>

Mikrotik ltAP Mini: I have five units. They are reliable when cellular
signal is strong.
Mikrotik SXT LTE: I had five units and now only use one. They are
unreliable due to a poor housing design.
Multitech Conduit AP: I have 25 3g+ units that are very reliable. Only
single SIM support.
Multitech Conduit AP LTE: I have three LTE units that are unreliable due to
bad software. Only single SIM support.
Robustel R3000: I discarded eight units because they were generally
unreliable. I have one left that works.

Regards,

Jon


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