Please Wait...



Pepwave MAX HD2 Dome IP67 Load Balancing/Bonding Router with 1 x Cat 12 and 1 x Cat 6 Modem

Call for Availability

Item Number: 8925
Model: MAX-HD2-DOM-M-LTEA-WF

Contact Us For Pricing

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.
Extended Warranty (optional): - details
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.
SmartCare Support (optional): - details
This is a special-order item that requires additional lead time. Contact us before ordering if you need a more exact ETA.

This router features two embedded modems and you will need SIM cards with active service from a compatible provider to use them. The HD2 has standard 2FF SIM slots - if you plan to use a micro or nano SIM, you'll need a SIM adapter.

The HD2 Dome is the perfect fit for providing SpeedFusion SD-WAN to vehicular deployments. It combines the bandwidth from two cellular links for unbreakable cellular connectivity. This dual LTE mobile router has embedded Cat 6 LTE Advanced and Firstnet-ready Cat 12 LTE Advanced Pro cellular modems for use with LTE provides around the world. The M35 screw bottom makes the device easy to secure onto any rooftop. The HD2 Dome installs with just single cable, keeping your deployment clean and simple. In addition, the HD2 houses the radio and the cellular antennas within the same enclosure, ensuring minimal cable loss, and maximum signal quality. By adding the optional SIM Injector, the HD2 Dome becomes that much more convenient to use. Firstly, the router will be able to support an additional 8 SIM cards, upping the total number of carriers on standby to 12. More importantly the SIM Injector can be located somewhere convenient, so you can change your SIM cards without leaving the driver’s seat.

5Gstore is a Peplink Certified PartnerRouter Features:

  • Internet Connections Supported: 2 Embedded LTE
  • Networks Supported for Embedded Modems: 
    • Modem 1 (Cat 6): 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)
    • Modem 2 (Cat 12 - Firstnet ready): 4G LTE: B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B7, B8, B9, B12, B13, B14, B18, B19, B20, B26, B29, B30, B32, B41, B42, B43, B46, B48, B66;  HSPA+: B1, B2, B4, B5, B6, B8, B9, B19
  • WiFi Standard: NA
  • WiFi Range: NA
  • Ethernet ports: 1 x GbE LAN (can be split into two LAN ports using the included splitter - 1x LAN 802.3af PoE out, 1x LAN 802.at PoE in)
  • Size: 4.33" (radius) x 8.4" (height)
  • 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).


Dual-Cellular Connectivity, No Expensive RF Cable, Zero Cable Loss
The HD2 Dome provides dual-cellular Bandwidth Bonding in an IP67 enclosure that has a minimal profile on the rooftop while providing maximum signal. With redundant SIM, the HD2 Dome supports two cellular radios and four SIM cards. Combine the HD2 Dome with the SIM Injector, and the number of cards increases to twelve.

Minimum Cable Loss, Best Cellular Signal Quality
Most outdoor deployments require a centrally placed router attached to strategically placed antennas. With the HD2 Dome, the antennas are placed in the same integrated enclosure as the cellular radios. This arrangement minimizes cable loss, giving you the best signal possible.

Simple Installation Running a Single Ethernet Cable
The HD2 Dome has a M35 screw mount, and only requires a single Ethernet cable to install. For wall or pole mounted deployments, the HD2 Dome comes with an Ethernet splitter and a mounting rack that provides a multitude of installation options.

Choose Between 8 Additional SIM With the SIM Injector. Anywhere, Anytime.
With the addition of the SIM Injector (sold separately), the HD2 Dome can support up to 12 SIM at your fingertips. Simply connect an Ethernet cable between the SIM Injector and the HD2 Dome. The SIM Injector is capable of PoE output, so you don’t need to add another PoE switch to your deployment.

Multiple Mounting Options
The HD2 Dome offers significant deployment flexibility due to its modular construction. By itself, it has an M35 thread, making it easy to mount on top of any pole or on the rooftop of any vehicle.

The HD2 Dome comes with an Ethernet splitter that enables an additional GE LAN output. With the splitter installed, the HD2 Dome can then be used with the included mounting bracket to fix onto any wall, or to securely tie onto any pole.

The HD2 Dome, Ethernet splitter, and the mounting bracket are all included, so you can deploy this device just about anywhere.

SIM Injector – More SIM, More Range
Using the SIM injector (sold separately), you can add an additional eight SIM cards to your deployment. What’s more, these SIM cards can be located separately from the router.

This means you could mount the HD2 Dome outdoors in a high up place, while comfortably managing your SIM cards from an indoor location or from ground level. In addition, the SIM Injector also works as a PoE switch, powering up the HD2 Dome directly.

Together, the HD2 Dome and SIM Injector can make deployments significantly easier to set up and manage.

Specifications:

  • WAN Interface
    • 2x Embedded LTEA Modems with Redundant SIM Slots
    • Downlink/Uplink Datarate: 300Mbps/50Mbps
  • LAN Interface
    • 1x 10/100/1000M Ethernet Port - Ethernet LAN port can be split into two LAN ports using the included splitter (1x LAN 802.3af PoE out, 1x LAN 802.at PoE in).
  • Router Throughput
    • TBD
  • Recommended Users
    • 25-150
  • Antenna
    • 2x2 Internal MIMO Antennas
    • 1x Internal GPS Antenna
  • Power Input
    • 1x Power over Ethernet 802.3at
  • Power Output
    • Included Ethernet splitter enables GE LAN output
  • Power Consumption
    • 20W (max.)
  • Dimensions
    • 4.33in. (radius) x 8.4in. (height)
    • 110mm (radius) x 124mm (height)
  • Weight
    • With Ethernet Splitter: 3.75lb/1.7kg
    • Without Ethernet Splitter 2.6lb/1.2kg
  • Enclosure
    • IP67
  • Operating Temperature
    • -40° – 149°F
    • -40° – 65°C
  • Humidity
    • 15% – 95% (non-condensing)
  • Certifications
    • FCC, CE, RoHS, E-Mark
    • RF Port Lightning Immunity: ITU-T K.20 (+/- 1.5 kV)
    • Shock and Vibration Resistance: EN 61373:1999 IEC 61373:1999

Features:

  • 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
    • VLAN on LAN Support
  • 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 Hot Failover/SpeedFusion Bandwidth Bonding
      • Number of PepVPN SpeedFusion Peers: 2
      • PepVPN/SpeedFusion Throughput (No Encryption): 100mbps
      • PepVPN/SpeedFusion Throughput (256-bit AES): 60mbps
      • Site-to-Site VPN 
      • Bandwidth Aggregation
      • Hot Failover
      • 256-bit AES Encryption
      • Pre-shared Key Authentication
      • Dynamic Routing
      • X.509 Certificate Support
    • PPTP VPN Server
      • RADIUS, LDAP Authentication
    • IPsec VPN (Network-to-Network)
      • X.509 Certificate Support
      • IPsec VPN supports connection with Cisco, Juniper, Peplink, or Pepwave devices.
  • 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
    • VRRP HA support
  • Security:
    • DoS Prevention
    • Stateful Firewall
    • Web Blocking
  • Advanced QOS:
    • User Groups
      • Bandwidth Reservation
      • Individual Bandwidth Limit
    • Application Prioritzation
      • By User Groups
      • SIP, HTTPS, VPN QoS
      • Custom Application QoS
  • AP Controller
    • AP Controller Support
    • WiFi Usage Statistics
  • Captive Portal Support
    • Support for Wired and Wireless LAN Clients
    • Support RADIUS Authentication
    • Time and Usage Quotas on Open Access Mode
    • Built-in Customizable Splash Page
  • 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
  • Package Contents
    • HD2 Dome Router
    • Ethernet Port Splitter
    • Mounting Kit

Filter Reviews
   Last 2 Weeks (0)   
    100% (1)
    0% (0)
    0% (0)
    0% (0)
    0% (0)
 
  Show Brief Review
  Show 5Gstore Comments
 Last 6 Months (0) 
All Reviews (1)


Only customers who bought this item from 5Gstore can write a review - these are all verified 5Gstore purchases

Date Added: 06/07/2021 by Kevin D. (Whitehouse, OH)
The device was exceedingly simple to set up and begin using. After installing the SIM card I had it up and running in just a few minutes. I now have it mounted on the top of the mast on my boat and it does a great job of receiving the cell signals and sending them to my wifi access point via the ethernet cable I ran up the mast. The PoE capability also meant I didn't have to run a separate power wire which is a great benefit. The built-in configuration app on the router is also simple to use and effective. All in all a great package. Does exactly what I want it to do.

If you purchased this item, Login to write a review.
Q & A
Got questions about this product? Here you can view questions that other customers have asked (and the answers!). If you have a question that hasn't been answered below, you may submit a new question and 5Gstore will answer it!
 

Click here to submit a new question

Sort By:

Is this router plug and play as far as VPN and WiFi? Also, can the MAC address be cloned on the fly?

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.


Pepwave FusionSIM Controller Guide Download installation guide/manual
User Manual (FW 8.1.0) - Pepwave MAX Download installation guide/manual
User Manual (FW 8.0.0) - Pepwave MAX Download installation guide/manual
InControl2 Software Appliance Setup Guide Download installation guide/manual
Peplink FusionHub Installation Guide Download installation guide/manual
Peplink InControl2 User Guide v1 Download installation guide/manual

Purchasing this product gets you access to the following exclusive 5Gstore resources:
RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU 06/23/2023
Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU 06/23/2023
Radio Equipment Directive REACH 06/23/2023
Peplink InControl2 - How to Remove Devices 07/26/2022
TAA Compliant Peplink
Port Forwarding - Troubleshooting Checklist 12/15/2021
Peplink IC2 WAN Performance Analysis Tool - Usage 11/12/2021
Peplink IC2 WAN Performance Analysis Tool 11/12/2021
Pepwave - Configuring IP Passthrough on WAN 11/01/2021
Peplink InControl 2 Setup Guide 10/07/2021
PepWave Wireless Mesh Setup 04/08/2021
SpeedFusion Cloud Setup 10/07/2021
5GStore_Sonicwall_Peplink IPsecVPNsetup 03/12/2021
Peplink Modem Manufactures
SMTP Gmail Setup Pepwave 02/26/2021
SpeedFusion Cloud Setup Video
Peplink/ Pepwave - Isolate Printer from Internet 12/28/2020
Using SpeedFusion/ PepVPN with Multiple Tunnels 12/24/2020
PepVPN/ SpeedFusion Setup via Web Admin 12/23/2020
Peplink - How to Test Your SpeedFusion Connection 11/20/2020
Peplink Firmware 8.1 Local API Documentation 11/20/2020
Peplink PPTP & L2TP VPN (updated for 8.x) 11/19/2020
Peplink - QoS tip sheet 11/19/2020
Peplink FusionHub Setup via AWS 11/17/2020
Adding a user to an InControl 2 Organization 11/05/2020
Email Notification Peplink Gmail Tip Sheet 09/14/2020
Peplink - Using SSH 09/10/2020
FIPS 140-2 Validation for Peplink Pepwave 03/18/2020
Peplink/ Pepwave - VoIP Tip Sheet 01/24/2020
How to Locate Your Local IP Address 08/10/2015
Peplink/ Pepwave Enterprise Port Forward Tip Sheet 02/07/2019
Pepwave - VLAN Configuration with Port Based VLAN 01/16/2019
Peplink/ Pepwave - Applying a License Key 10/17/2018
Peplink/ Pepwave - Health Check Settings 10/25/2017
Troubleshooting Ethernet Modems 06/07/2017
Peplink & Pepwave DNS Forwarding and DNS Proxy 02/13/2017
Pepwave Block Mac Address Tip Sheet 01/25/2017
InControl2 - Availability Schedule for WiFi APs 11/02/2016
InControl2 - Creating/ Editing VLAN Settings 11/02/2016
InControl2 - Creating Device Tags 11/02/2016
Pepwave Service Passthrough 10/26/2016
InControl2 - Adding Additional User Logins 10/25/2016
Peplink VLAN and Port Based VLAN Support 06/29/2016
Comcast Business Class Router - IP Passthrough 05/02/2016
Peplink International Data Roaming Tip Sheet 04/29/2016
Remote Play PS4 04/22/2016
Pepwave Max - Using VLAN & WiFi w/ Captive Portal 04/22/2016
How to Enable Find My Peplink 03/09/2016
Peplink Firmware 6.3 higher- IP Address Change 10/09/2015
Pepwave/Peplink Wake on LAN Tip Sheet 11/27/2015
Pepwave/Peplink Domain Block Tip Sheet 11/20/2015
Chain 2 Routers Tip Sheet 09/29/2015
Router Utility App 09/11/2015
Changing Your Router's IP Address 09/10/2015
Dynamic DNS Tip Sheet 09/03/2015
IP Camera Router Tip Sheet 09/02/2015
Peplink/Pepwave Link to Current Firmware
PAP Radius Server Pepwave/Peplink Tip Sheet 08/12/2015
Pepwave/Peplink Watchdog Activation Tip Sheet 07/23/2015
Peplink Facebook Social WiFi Setup 07/07/2015
Peplink/Pepwave Speedfusion Incontrol2 Issue 07/01/2015
Incontrol2 Adding Groups Tip Sheet 07/02/2015
Incontrol2 Firmware Upgrade Tip Sheet 07/02/2015
Pepwave SOHO Android USB Tethering 06/29/2015
Pepwave Chromecast Tip Sheet 06/11/2015
GPX NMEA Files Tip Sheet 06/09/2015
How to Find Your Device(s)' Local IP address 06/02/2015
Peplink Supported 3G/4G LTE Networks
CLI SSH Command Reference 02/26/2015
MAC Address Cloning 02/26/2015
Testing Ports with Telnet Tip Sheet 02/24/2015
Using a Router to Block Access to your Home Modem 02/24/2015
InControl2 Guide 02/24/2015
Setting Up Apple Airport w Cradlepoint or Peplink 02/16/2015
A Custom Appearance For Your SSID
Windows/Mac Static IP Address Tip Sheet 11/24/2014
Pepwave Port Forward Advanced Tip Sheet 08/29/2014
Outbound Policy - Enforce WiFi Only 10/15/2013
Peplink Pepwave Deny LAN Access 09/13/2013
Pepwave - Port Forwarding Tip Sheet 08/09/2013
Manually Applying an APN 03/31/2014
Pepwave - Firmware Tip Sheet 12/28/2020
Pepwave Remote Admin Tip Sheet 06/25/2013
Pepwave - Dynamic DNS setup 07/10/2013
Pepwave - Backup/ Reset/ Restore 05/30/2013
Pepwave - Setting up Email Alerts 05/30/2013
Pepwave - Changing the IP Address 05/30/2013
Pepwave - Bandwidth Usage 05/30/2013
Pepwave Family Friendly Tip Sheet 05/24/2013
Pepwave Gaming TipSheet 05/22/2013
Creating a Static Route - CP/Peplink/Pepwave 09/08/2014


If you already purchased this item from 5Gstore, Log In to the support portal to access these downloads.