Today Peplink released a new dual-modem router called the UBR Plus. While similar in some ways to the dual-modem Max Transit routers, there are some significant differences to be aware of.
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Today, cellular-connected router manufacturer Peplink released version 8.4 of the firmware that powers its lineup of connected routers. We’ve been… Continue Reading
Peplink’s product lineup has been going through some significant changes – with new products announced, and some old favorites being phased out. Across the board prices are shifting up – in some cases dramatically.
Last week Peplink announced a new perk for customers – access to SpeedFusion Cloud bonding is now included free for… Continue Reading
Peplink this week released Firmware version 8.1 – a free update for most Pepwave and Peplink routers. Normally a router… Continue Reading
With the nascent merger of T-Mobile and Sprint almost upon us, and with so many AT&T resellers suddenly shifting to… Continue Reading
Visible, a prepaid subsidiary of Verizon, today has launched and announced their new way for groups to save money on… Continue Reading
Early March 2019 Update: Word is out that Verizon may have made some adjustments on their end to fix some… Continue Reading
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Peplink’s entry-level enterprise mobile router line with dual LTE cellular modems
Peplink offers many cellular embedded routers from consumer to enterprise level. Start here for an overview of the Pepwave product line-up.
Peplink eSim Data Plans allow you to buy cellular data directly from Peplink without needing a plan (or SIM card) of your own.
A multi-WAN cellular router with Wi-Fi 6 support and either a Cat-16 or a Cat-19/5G (X62) modem.
Winegard’s dome with cellular, Wi-Fi, and OTA TV antennas – with optional cellular routers and Wi-Fi extender solution including the Gateway and WiFiRanger Osprey.
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There is no one-size-fits-most solution to mobile internet for RVers, boaters, and nomads. We feel the best strategy is to understand YOUR needs and have a fundamental understanding of the challenges of mobile internet and the options available. This allows you to build the most ideal mobile internet setup for you.
Peplink’s Synergy Mode, new as of firmware 8.3, allows you to integrate multiple Peplink Routers and manage them from a single dashboard. Our article goes over how to use this feature.
Peplink Virtual WAN ports allow you to assign any spare Ethernet LAN port on your router to be an additional Ethernet WAN port.
A SIM Injector allows you to set up a library of SIM cards that can be assigned to multiple modems inside most Peplink Routers.
Peplink’s Incontrol2 Cloud Based Device Management & Reporting tool available on most Peplink products. The tool is an extension of the local Peplink administration dashboard with a primary purpose of providing remote management and reporting on Peplink devices.
While not necessarily needed for mobile internet use (since your sitting right next to your Peplink most of the time) the tool does provide some interesting features and reports that many digital nomads may find interesting.
If you’re traveling with an arsenal of mobile internet gear, how do you go about determining what will work best at each new location?
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Peplink for RV & Boat Mobile Internet Resource Collection Peplink routers have become a popular option for RVers and boaters… Continue Reading
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