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Standard User PiKe
(knowledge is power) Thu 22-Nov-18 14:45:08
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4G router with bridge mode?


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I as hoping to use a Huawei B310 or B315 but neither support bridge mode which I require.

Does anyone know of any models which do?
Standard User radiodan
(newbie) Sat 24-Nov-18 15:11:06
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Teltonika RUT240 - see my post asking about it.

I've just ordered one in fact and will report back once it arrives later next week.

Dan

Zen business broadband + line rental ADSL 15/1 (ish) on Draytek 2860.
Zen residential broadband + line rental ADSL 1.8/0.7 (ish) on Draytek 2860.
3 WISP broadband 20/10 also on Draytek 2860 (via Huawei modem) operating in load-balance/fallover mode with Zen.
Standard User Rolandrat
(committed) Sat 24-Nov-18 23:11:49
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Re: 4G router with bridge mode?


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Netgear LB1110, been using it for over a year, totally rock solid and bridge or router mode.


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Standard User Sandgrounder
(knowledge is power) Sun 25-Nov-18 16:57:25
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TP-Link Archer MR200

4G LTE, 4 wired LAN ports, 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi, 12volt operation, SMS, Static Routing, Port Forwarding, etc.



Line One:- Zen Fibre 1 - DrayTek Vigor 2860ac
Line Two:- Andrews and Arnold - DrayTek Vigor 130 Modem
Standard User TechServ
(newbie) Mon 26-Nov-18 13:23:02
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Archer MR200 doesn't have a bridge mode

Options really are

Teltonika RUT950 or RUT240
Netgear LB series - although note the TS-9 connectors for antennas are terrible
Zyxel LTE3301
Any Sierra Wireless model
Any Cradlepoint model

The latter 2 are not consumer devices, so cost considerably more, but will provide better features and will be higher CAT models so faster maximum speeds.
Standard User Sandgrounder
(knowledge is power) Mon 26-Nov-18 20:12:34
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In reply to a post by TechServ:
Archer MR200 doesn't have a bridge mode


Sorry. I got that from here
http://mobilespecs.net/router/TP-LINK/TP-LINK_Archer...



Line One:- Zen Fibre 1 - DrayTek Vigor 2860ac
Line Two:- Andrews and Arnold - DrayTek Vigor 130 Modem
Mobile:- EE PAYG - TP-Link Archer MR200
Standard User jabuzzard
(member) Tue 27-Nov-18 11:28:55
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There is also the Mikrotik RouterBoard SXT LTE which I would be stunned if it didn't do a bridge mode. It's designed to be mounted outside pointing directly at the mast, but can be powered using PoE, including 24V passive PoE as well as 802.3af/at
Standard User sheephouse
(member) Tue 27-Nov-18 13:50:19
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The MikroTik SXT LTE does indeed have a bridge mode. It has almost everything - not the easiest router to configure, but it's working fine for me.
Standard User PiKe
(knowledge is power) Thu 29-Nov-18 11:51:05
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Doesn't say in the manual it supports bridged, i.e. modem only mode.
Standard User onthenet
(member) Fri 30-Nov-18 17:44:33
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I just use DMZ mode on the Huawei to send the external IP on to my Asus router.
Then I just set-up all the port forwarding rules on the Asus.

What do you need bridge mode for?

Three 4G
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