If you want to enjoy fast and reliable mobile broadband and cellular services, you need a cellular router. A cellular router or some folks in Ireland call it mobile router is a device that connects to a cellular network, such as 4G or 5G, and provides internet access to multiple devices via Wi-Fi or Ethernet. A cellular router is different from a regular router, which connects to a modem or a cable line.
A mobile router has a SIM card slot that allows you to insert a SIM card from your service provider and use it as a source of internet connection. This way, you can access the internet anywhere there is cellular coverage, without relying on a fixed line or a hotspot.
A cellular router is ideal for various scenarios, such as:
Remote work: You can work from anywhere with a cellular router, whether you are at home, in a hotel, or on the road. You can also use a cellular router as a backup internet connection in case your primary one fails.
Travel: You can take your mobile router with you when you travel and enjoy internet access in different countries, without worrying about roaming charges or compatibility issues. You can also share your internet connection with your travel companions or devices.
Rural areas: Use to get internet access in areas where fixed-line broadband is not available or reliable. You can also use it to boost your signal quality and coverage in rural areas.
Business: Use to provide internet access to your customers, employees, or devices in your business premises, such as a cafe, a shop, or a warehouse. You can also use a it to connect to cloud services, VPNs, or IoT devices.
At our online store, we offer a wide range of cellular routers (Teltonika, Huawei, TP-Link, and Tenda) that are compatible with different cellular networks (3, Meteor, Vodafone, O2, EE, etc), such as 4G or 5G. Our cellular routers are easy to set up and use, and come with various features and functions, such as security, firewall, VPN, QoS, Remote Management System (like in the case of Teltonika Networks Industrial Routers) and more. You can find the right model/make that suits your needs and budget in our online store.
You can also contact our customer service team if you have any questions or need any assistance. We are here to help you get the best mobile broadband and wireless broadband experience possible.
Order your cellular router today and enjoy the benefits of a fast and reliable connection.
Some bits about the differenc between a Network Router and a Network Gateway:
A network router is a device that connects two or more networks and forwards data packets between them. A network router can operate at different layers of the OSI model, such as layer 3 (network layer) or layer 4 (transport layer). A network router can perform various functions, such as routing, switching, filtering, NAT, DHCP, and more. A network router can be used for various purposes, such as connecting devices within a local area network (LAN), connecting a LAN to a wide area network (WAN), or connecting a WAN to the internet.
A gateway is a device that acts as a gate between two networks that use different protocols or formats. A gateway can translate one protocol to another, such as TCP/IP to SNA, or one format to another, such as analog to digital. A gateway can also perform other functions, such as security, firewall, content filtering, and more. A gateway can be used for various purposes, such as connecting a LAN to the internet, connecting a LAN to a mainframe, or connecting a VoIP phone to a PSTN.
The difference between a router and a gateway is that a router can only forward data packets between networks that use the same protocol or format, while a gateway can convert data packets between networks that use different protocols or formats. A router can also be a gateway, but a gateway is not necessarily a router. For example, a router with a SIM card slot can act as a gateway between a cellular network and a LAN, but a modem that connects a LAN to the internet is a gateway but not a router.