Wireless Gateways allow you to create a mobile broadband network in your office, when your team is on the move, outdoors or working in temporary locations, such as building sites or trade shows. A Wireless Gateway connects to the Telstra Next G® network.
It then sets up a Wi-Fi hotspot that several users can log into to obtain access to the internet. Up to 16 Wi-Fi enabled devices can be connected simultaneously.
The Telstra Ultimate® Gateway is Australia’s fastest Wireless Gateway device with typical download speeds ranging from 1.1Mbps and 20Mbps in all capital cities and many metropolitan and regional areas1.
Up to 16 Wi-Fi enabled devices can be connected simultaneously, as well as four wired devices, such as storage devices and printers. Plus, you can use the USB 2.0 ports to connect and share a USB printer and mass storage device.
- Typical download speeds on the Next G® network1: from 1.1Mbps up to 20Mbps in all capital cities and many metropolitan and regional areas2
- Typical upload speeds on the Next G® network1: from 300kbps up to 3Mbps in all capital cities and many metropolitan and regional areas2
- Compatible O/S: Multiple MAC or PC laptops, tablets or desktops within one area
- Wireless: Wi-Fi 802.11b /g/n
- Wi-Fi Security: WPA2 down to WEP is supported. MAC IP Filtering and Port Forwarding.
- Ethernet ports: 4
- USB 2.0 port: 2
- Voice Port: No
- Supports Virtual Private Network: Yes
- Dimensions: 65(W) x 195(H) x 160(D) mm
1. In remaining metropolitan areas and other selected regional areas, typical download speeds are from 550kbps-8Mbps and upload speeds of 300kbps-3Mbps. In other coverage areas, typical download speeds are from 550kbps-3Mbps and upload speeds of 300kbps-1Mbps.
2. Actual speeds may vary due to factors such as distance from the base station, user numbers, hardware and software configuration. Telstra’s FairPlay Policy applies.