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RG-RSR820W-LTE 6-Port Wi-Fi 6 Compact Mobile Router with Built-in 4G Module

Meeting your requirements for switching, routing, wireless, security, and other services, and providing flexible and cost-effective wired and wireless access solutions

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Highlight Features
  • External LTE antenna, flexible network access, and more reliable signals
  • Powerful application identification capability, accurate flow control, and optimized network experience
  • URL filtering, application blocking, and IDS/IPS for network security defense
  • Fanless, quiet, and energy-saving, without office noise disturbance
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Features

RG-RSR820W-LTE 6-Port Compact Mobile Router

With the built-in 4G wireless module, the router integrates routing, switching, wireless, and other network functions, supports Wi-Fi 6, and is applicable to customers with multiple branches, such as retail stores, chain stores, logistics, and offices.

Ports

Dimensions

External LTE Antenna, Flexible Network Access, and More Reliable Signals

You can select connection modes based on the actual scenarios, such as wired solution with LTE or wireless solution with LTE.
The router provides high link reliability and more stable signal output, meeting your requirements for long-distance wireless data transmission.

Powerful Application Identification Capability, Accurate Flow Control, and Optimized Network Experience

The router precisely identifies various applications and performs traffic scheduling and intelligent routing for different applications, improving office efficiency and optimizing network experience.

Link Quality Inspection
  • Bandwidth
  • Latency
  • Jitter
  • Packet loss
  • Overall indicator
  • ......

URL Filtering, Application Blocking, and IDS/IPS for Network Security Defense

URL filtering and application blocking are supported to control user online behaviors and reduce security risks. IDS/IPS can detect threats and block malicious traffic and attacks, protecting network security.

URL Filtering

Application Blocking

IDS/IPS

Fanless, Quiet, and Energy-Saving, Without Office Noise Disturbance

Fanless design is adopted for natural cooling, saving energy and reducing noise. Office Quiet Mode

Specifications

Hardware Specifications

Hardware Specifications

RG- RSR820W

RG- RSR820W-LTE

Forwarding performance

600 Mbps

600 Mbps

VPN performance (256-bit AES encryption)

100 Mbps

100 Mbps

Port type

WAN: 1 x GE RJ45 port + 1 x SFP port

WAN: 1 x GE RJ45 port + 1 x SFP port

LAN: 4 x GE RJ45 ports (switched to WAN port)

LAN: 4 x GE RJ45 ports (switched to WAN port)

Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi 6

Wi-Fi 6

Recommended number of user

32 (100 max.)

32 (100 max.)

Dimensions (W x D x H)

266 mm × 161 mm × 43.6 mm (10.47 in. x 6.34 in. x 1.72 in.)

266 mm × 161 mm × 43.6 mm (10.47 in. x 6.34 in. x 1.72 in.)

Maximum power consumption

13 W

17.8 W

Power supply

Power adapter:

Input: 100 V AC to 240 V AC; 50 Hz to 60 Hz; 0.7 A max.

Output: 12 V; 2 A; 24 W

Power adapter:

Input: 100 V AC to 240 V AC; 50 Hz to 60 Hz; 0.7 A max.

Output: 12 V; 2 A; 24 W

Operating temperature

0°C to 45°C (32℉ to 113℉)

0°C to 45°C (32℉ to 113℉)


Software Specifications

Hardware Specifications

RG-RSR820W

RG-RSR820W-LTE

Ethernet

Optical module information display, fault alarm, and diagnosis parameter measurement (SFP)

Flow control

Jumbo frame length: 1,500 bytes

Frame format: Ethernet II

Forcibly converting the 1000M optical port into the electrical port in auto-negotiation mode (100M/1000M)

Switching a LAN port to a WAN port

Interface WAN/LAN mode switching

ACL and QoS

IP standard ACL

IP extended ACL

MAC extended ACL

Association with the egress ACL based on a Layer 2 interface (physical interface)

Association with the ingress ACL based on a Layer 2 interface (physical interface)

Association with the egress ACL based on a Layer 3 interface (SVI/routed port)

Expert-level ACL

IPv4 application protocol features

DHCP client

Option 43/52/138

DHCP server

Option 138

Option 43

Option 82

Large address pool

Alarm (Syslog)

DHCP snooping

Option 82

Configuring DHCP snooping in a VLAN

Configuring DHCP snooping on a logical interface (including the physical interface and aggregate interface)

Trusted interface

DNS client

FTP client

NTP server

NTP client

TFTP client

Layer 2 features

LLDP

MAC address filter

Interface-based MAC address learning

Static MAC address

Global MAC address learning

MAC address aging time

Layer 3 features

Proxy ARP

ARP entry aging

Ping

Traceroute

IPv4 over IPv4 GRE tunnel

PBR/ACL/QoS/NAT for IPv4 services on a GRE interface

Inner and outer VRF configuration

IPv4 VRF

VAG

Intelligent routing

Load balancing

Active/Standby scheduling for undefined applications

Controller management

Disaster recovery

WLAN features

WLAN services:

Default SSID

SSID-based VLAN configuration

UTF8 SSID

Wireless security:

WPA3

User isolation: Layer 2 isolation

RF resources:

Power configuration

Automatic RF optimization (channel, channel width)

WMM configuration

802.11 b/g/n/ac/ax

Egress features

AAA and web authentication

EXEC authorization, interworking with the SAM/SMP/ACS server, and specifying the source IP address (through the source interface)

Configuring the IP address range for authentication-free network resources

Configuring the IP address range for authentication-free STAs

DHCP address check

HTTP

HTTPS

User filtering rule based on IP-MAC binding

User filtering rule based on IP addresses

Configuring the HTTP port number for interception

Configuring the MAC address range for authentication-free STAs

Automatic logout of users upon link disconnection

Time-based accounting

Configuring the URL of the redirect server

HTTPS redirection authentication

Active and standby Portal servers

Domain-name active and standby Portal servers

Detection of the Portal server status and escape upon failures (by sending ping or portal packets)

RADIUS server escape upon failures

Configuring the IP address range for authentication-free network resources

Configuring the IP address range for authentication-free STAs

Detection of online time (users get offline when the online time reaches the limit)

Traffic accounting (used traffic is reported by RADIUS accounting packets)

Time-based accounting (the online time is reported by RADIUS accounting packets)

Customizing the redirection URL

Global configuration of authentication and accounting

Built-in Portal authentication

Customizing the page of built-in Portal authentication

Configuring the IP address range for authentication-free network resources

Configuring the IP address range for authentication-free STAs

HTTPS redirection authentication

RADIUS server escape upon failures

DHCP address check (users that do not obtain IP addresses through DHCP are not authenticated)

Detection of online time (users get offline when the online time reaches the limit)

Traffic accounting (used traffic is reported by RADIUS accounting packets)

Time-based accounting (the online time is reported by RADIUS accounting packets)

Account allocation by user and login authentication (password, none)

Encrypted transmission and storage of static passwords, password lifetime check, and reuse limitation

1st-generation Portal authentication (interworking with ePortal and SMP servers)

HTTPS redirection authentication

Customizing the redirection URL

Detection of the Portal server status and escape upon failures (detecting the status of TCP port 80 to determine the server status)

Configuring the IP address range for authentication-free network resources

Configuring the IP address range for authentication-free STAs

DHCP address check (users that do not obtain IP addresses through DHCP are not authenticated)

Detection of online time (users get offline when the online time reaches the limit)

CPP and NFPP

Management features

gRPC framework

NETCONF

ACL-based NETCONF client address filtering

Candidate/Confirmed-Commit/Rollback/Validate/Monitor

<close-session/>

Get-config for obtaining device status data

Configuration consistency

Batch deletion

SNMP v1/v2/v3

Restricting ports for network management (Only specific ports can receive notifications of network management operations.)

Obtaining version and patch information

Reading basic device information (CPU, and memory)

SSH client

File upload and download through SSH

Filtering SSH access using ACLs

Syslog

Hierarchical log output and log retention period

Syslog local filtered out

IPv4 supported by the Telnet server

HTTP server V1.1

HTTPS server

Out-of-the-box web management

Eweb 2.0

Hostname configuration

YANG model

USB-based deployment

Obtaining device information through gRPC

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Model

Description

RG-RSR820W

1 x GE RJ45 WAN port, 1 x SFP port, 4 x GE RJ45 LAN ports, supporting 802.11 b/g/n/ac/ax WIFI

RG-RSR820W-LTE

1 x GE RJ45 WAN port, 1 x SFP port, 4 x GE RJ45 LAN ports, supporting 802.11 b/g/n/ac/ax WIFI, 4G SIM

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