The Verizon LTE Router made by Askey was originally the device used for Verizon's Cellular LTE Home Internet Service.
This device is available as a standalone option for other Verizon data plans.
- Model: ASK-RTL108
- Router Specs:
- # of Connected Devices: Not Specified
- Wi-Fi Router:
- Wi-Fi Standard: Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) - Simultaneous 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz
- Max Theoretical Wi-Fi Speed: Not Specified
- Wi-Fi Antennas: 2x Internal
- Wi-Fi as WAN: No
- Claimed Wi-Fi Range: Not specified
- Guest Wi-Fi Network: Not specified
- Default Control Panel Address and Password:
- Login Address: 192.168.1.1
- Password: On Device Label
- USB Tethering Support: None - no USB port
- Ethernet Ports: 3x Gigabit Ethernet (1x WAN, 2x LAN)
- Cellular Modem Specs:
- Cellular Modem: Single 4G
- Modem Chipset: Qualcomm SDX20
- Supported Networks and Bands: Verizon
- LTE Bands: 2, 4, 5, 13, 48, 66
- 3G: None
- 2G: None
- MIMO Support: 2x2
- LTE Performance Category: Cat-12 (Max Theoretical Speed: 600 Mbps Down / 100 Mbps Up)
- LTE-Advanced Carrier Aggregation: 3x Download, 2x Upload
- Cellular Antennas: 1x TS9 Female antenna port
- SIM Slots: 1x Mini-SIM
- Dimensions: 6.69 in x 1.71 in x 4.88 in
- Other Ports: None
- Power Source: 12v DC (AC adapter included)
- Outdoor Rated: No
- Special Features: None
- Retail Price: $139.99
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