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Pepwave MAX HD2 IP67 Load Balancing/Bonding Router with 2 x Cat 6 LTE Advanced Modems
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Item Number: 7238
Model: MAX-HD2-M-LTEA-W-IP67

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This unit does not include a power supply - either a 802.3af/at PoE injector (recommended) or a 10-30VDC power source is required. You can add the PoE injector here if you don't already have a compatible power supply.
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This router REQUIRES four antennas to use the embedded modems. The panel antennas are directional antennas and must be aimed towards the tower, but they do not require line of sight. If you are not sure where the cell tower is, you should choose the omnidirectional antennas. If you already have antennas you plan to use or are going to select them separately (remember that the HD2 IPV6 router has N Female connectors), you can select the "I already have antennas" option.
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Peplink provides a one-year standard warranty at no additional charge. This warranty period can be extended for an additional 1 or 2 years if desired.

There is a setup fee of $10 for all warranty/license items (you will see this fee in your cart at checkout). If you are purchasing multiple warranties/licenses, you will only be charged the fee ONCE, and if you order more than 5, this fee is WAIVED.
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SmartCare is an additional support option that can be added for one or three years.

The 1-year or 3-year SmartCare packages include:
  • Standard Warranty for 1 or 3 years
  • Free Firmware Upgrades for 1 or 3 years
  • Advance Hardware Replacement for RMA for 1 or 3 years (i.e. if your device needs to be replaced, Pepwave will ship you a replacement without having to receive the defective unit first)
There is a setup fee of $10 for all warranty/license items (you will see this fee in your cart at checkout). If you are purchasing multiple warranties/licenses, you will only be charged the fee ONCE, and if you order more than 5, this fee is WAIVED.
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A tough router is needed to stay connected during outdoor applications, and the Max HD2 IP67 is specifically designed for harsh environments. This dual LTE mobile router has two embedded Cat 6 LTE Advanced cellular modems for use with LTE provides around the world. You can also add cable or DSL broadband service using the wired WAN port, giving users three total connections. Because users aren’t limited to a single provider, they can choose certain carriers or ISPs that have the best coverage in certain areas. Automatic failover will seamlessly switch traffic over if a provider goes out of range or has a sudden outage. You’ll have more uptime wherever you need to go to work.

Enjoy lightning-fast speeds and maximum security thanks to Pepwave’s SpeedFusion technology. Load balancing links all active connections together and prioritizes them based on speed and data limits to increase traffic capacity. By adding a Balance 210 router or higher, you can also use aggregation and bonding to increase speeds. Its military-grade VPN offers unbreakable encrypted tunnels that are ideal for sensitive data or public safety communications. You’ll never need to worry about an important message being intercepted. The Pepwave Max IP67 comes with InControl cloud management to monitor connections, track bandwidth usage and update firmware remotely using a single interface.

The certified industrial durability of the HD2 outdoor router makes it an ideal choice for military battlefields, first responders, fleet management, manufacturing plants, M2M networks and other extreme environments. Its metal enclosure is rated for operation at temperatures between -40 and 65 degrees Celsius (-40 to 149 degrees Fahrenheit), while each port has ESD and surge protection. This rugged load balancing router will stay connected in the US and abroad with support for multiple 4G LTE frequency bands used by a variety of cellular providers throughout North America. Ordering from 5Gstore will give you a year of free expert tech support plus access to our vast resource portal full of tip sheets and how-to guides.

5Gstore is a Peplink Certified PartnerRouter Features:

  • Internet Connections Supported: 2 Embedded LTE, 1 wired WAN
  • Networks Supported for Embedded Modems: 4G LTE (B1/2100, B2/1900, B3/1800, B4/AWS, B5/850, B7/2600, B8/900GSM , B12/17 700a, B13/700c, B20/800DD, B25/1900+, B26/850+, B29/700d, B30/2300WCS, B41/TD 2500); WCDMA/HSPA+/DC-HSPA+ (B1/2100, B2/1900, B3/1800, B4/AWS, B5/850, B8/900)
  • WiFi Standard: N/A
  • WiFi Range: N/A
  • Ethernet ports: 1 LAN GbE + 1 WAN
  • Size: 10.2" x 5.7" x 1.6"
  • Bonding: SpeedFusion VPN Bonding. NOTE: Many factors influence the real-world throughput you'll see from bonded connections, including latency, connection type, connection speeds, traffic type, and reliability on both sides of the SpeedFusion tunnel. Cellular users should note that bonded cellular connections suffer from "flow control" of TCP traffic at the carrier level, and 5Gstore cannot guarantee that bonding multiple cellular connections will result in faster speeds (however, the other benefits of SpeedFusion remain, such as unbreakable VPN, session persistence, and 100% up-time as long as you have 1 healthy WAN).


Features:

SpeedFusionTM Bonding Technology
SpeedFusion bandwidth bonding automatically distributes traffic across wireless links, increasing connection stability and making maximum use of all available bandwidth. And you can scale your bandwidth as you go simply by adding extra 4G LTE, 3G, or other wireless connections at any time. The MAX automatically switches to lower priority connections when primary connections fail due to signal or coverage issues. Your connection stays fast, and you stay seamlessly connected and productive.

Seamless Failover
The MAX automatically switches to lower priority connections when primary connections fail due to signal or coverage issues. And thanks to unbreakable VPN powered by SpeedFusion technology, failover between fixed and mobile links is completely seamless. With other technologies, failover terminates existing connections, creating costly downtime. With SpeedFusion unbreakable VPN, you won’t miss a beat when your MAX switches between connections.

Certified Industrial Durability
Built to withstand temperatures from -40 to 65°C and featuring ESD/surge protection for all ports, the Pepwave MAX is designed for worry-free performance everywhere you roam – a mobile router that can take anything the road can dish out.

Embedded World-Mode 4G LTE Modems
Leave your external GSM and CDMA modems behind - the Pepwave MAX HD2 features integrated modems for instant connectivity anywhere you go. And because the MAX is easy to configure and shock/vibration resistant, you can give your mechanic a break.

Military-Grade VPN Encryption
The MAX is ideal for public safety and sensitive private communications. Our revolutionary SpeedFusion technology allows you to use all available Internet links to load balance and failover your traffic through 256-bit AES encrypted VPN tunnels. Since our SpeedFusion technology is designed from the ground up for multiple Internet connections, you can be assured of a secure connection wherever you are.

Cap- and Cost-Aware Routing
The Pepwave MAX’s bandwidth usage monitor allows you to prioritize connections by cost and data allowance. The MAX automatically monitors data volume and switches connections to minimize your cost while maximizing your speed, so you can stop worrying about expensive data overages and just drive.

Centralized Management
Track your fleet, keep an eye on mobile resources, and update firmware and profiles from one interface, anywhere and anytime. The Pepwave MAX even features auto-provisioning to keep things running smoothly when you’ve got better things to do than manage your mobile network.


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Specs:

  • Software: Pepwave MAX Firmware 
  • WAN:
    • Support for PPPoE, Static IP, DHCP
    • WAN Link Health Check
    • Bandwidth Allowance Monitor
    • IPv6 Support
    • Support for Dynamic DNS services
  • LAN:
    • DHCP Server for LAN Clients
    • Extended DHCP Option
    • DHCP Reservation
    • DNS Proxy for LAN Clients
  • Load Balancing:
    • Intelligent Failover
    • Session Persistence
    • Per-Service Load Distribution
    • Multiple Algorithms
      • Weighted
      • Enforced
      • Persistence
      • Priority
      • Overflow
      • Least Used
      • Lowest Latency
  • Complete VPN Solution:
    • PepVPN/SpeedFusion Bandwidth Bonding
      • Site-to-Site VPN Bonding
      • Bandwidth Aggregation
      • Seamless Failover
      • 256-bit AES Encryption
      • Pre-shared Key Authentication
      • Dynamic Routing
    • PPTP VPN Server
      • RADIUS, LDAP Authentication
    • IPsec VPN (Network-to-Network)***
  • Networking:
    • NAT and IP Forwarding
    • Static Routes
    • Port Forwarding
    • Many to One, One to One NAT
    • NAT Pool
    • SIP ALG, H.323 ALG
    • UPnP, NAT-PMP
    • WINS Server
  • Security:
    • DoS Prevention
    • Stateful Firewall
  • Advanced QOS:
    • Application Prioritzation
    • Custom Application QoS
  • Device Management:
    • Web Administrative Interface
    • Command Line Interface
    • InControl Cloud Management
    • Email Notification
    • Active Client and Session Lists
    • Bandwidth Usage Statistics
    • Syslog Service
    • SNMP v1, v2c and v3
  • Dimensions: 10.2" x 5.7" x 1.6"
  • Weight: 2.65 pounds
  • WAN Ports / Internet Links: 2
  • LAN Ports: 1 (GbE)
  • Embedded Modems 2 with redundant SIM slots
  • Downlink/Uplink Datarate: 300Mbps/50Mbps
  • Router Throughput: 400Mbps
  • SIM slots: Standard 2FF
  • Cellular Antennas: NOT included. Required for use. Connectors are N/Female
  • Power Input: 802.3at PoE+ or AC Input 100V-240V or DC 12V - 56V, 3A
  • Power Supply: NOT included. Either a 802.3af/at PoE injector (recommended) or a 10-30VDC power source is required
  • Power Consumption: 25W
  • Operating Temperature: -40° - 149°F (-40° - 65°C)
  • Humidity: 15 to 95%
  • Support and Warranty: 1-year limited warranty
  • Certifications:
    • FCC, CE, RoHS
    • RF Port Lighting Immunity: ITU-T K.20 (+/- 1.5 kV)

***Peplink IPsec only supports connection with Cisco, Juniper, Pepwave, or Peplink devices.



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The Surf SOHO supports SpeedFusion, L2TP, and Open VPN. It also has Wi-Fi as WAN and standard Wi-Fi broadcast features. The router has a default SSID broadcasting and ready to use out of the box.

The MAC address can be manually changed for the physical WAN ports only on Peplink devices.


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