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How to choose a 3G/4G modem that works with Tanaza access points

by | Nov 16, 2015 | Blog, Wi-Fi management, Wi-Fi news, Wireless Hardware | 0 comments

Creating instantly a new hotspot with social login is super-easy with Tanaza if your access points are connected to the Internet through wires. If cabling devices is not possible, there are some alternatives you can consider. 

In the case you’re installing where wired connectivity isn’t available, you can use a 3G/4G modem to bring Internet to the access point without DSL/Fiber Optic.  

You can use a Tanaza Powered access point (TP-Link, Ubiquiti, Mikrotik, D-Link and many others) together with a 3G or 4G modem, if the modem has an Ethernet port. 

Here is an example, with a TP-Link WA901ND connected to the Internet through a 3G Portable Modem by Huawei, model E5151 ($78 on Amazon.com).

 

 

Benefits:

Disadvantages:

  • Disconnections can occur
  • You need power supply for the access point

Which Wi-Fi devices can be Tanaza Powered? CHECK THE LIST OF SUPPORTED MODELS