Device Connector Wired WAN

Can anyone tell me how to configure a Wired WAN backhaul on a device Connector Rugged? This functionality is advertised on the Peplink website as a method of connection resiliency using Speedfusion over WIFi as a WAN and Wired WAN simultaneously.



The Device Connector can also combine a wired landline connection and a Wi-Fi connection. This configuration provides extra connection resilience and diversity: if one connection breaks, the other can still take over.

I found an old manual where it mentions running in wired or wireless mode:

However in the more recent (2017) manual I have not been able to find any mention of Wired WAN configuration.

I also do not see anywhere in the conifguration where I can configure a wired WAN. The ? button does not expand into advanced features either.


Any guidance would be much appreciated.

Thanks!

Just created an account on the forums to ask the same question. I purchased one of these to test out this concept, but ran into the same issue. Is it something that can be enabled via hidden menu?

@tskinner, @pstepniewicz,

Random question have you tried going to the LAN -> Port settings, and unchecking the “Enable” box on the port you are trying to utilize as a WAN connection? Unclear if you are using the first or second port for your connection in…

I do not have one of these devices, but have noticed that to enable the shared WAN/LAN connection on most Peplink devices, you need to manually disable the LAN port option associated with the WAN connection. If that does not fix the issue I would open a ticket.

@pstepniewicz, @Cable17, @pstepniewicz

Landline is the coming feature.

But when?! At the moment, DCS-RUG can’t even connect to latest Bal/MAX via PepWave. Nor does it seem to support the scenario of doing SpeedFusion bonding for the Multiple Access Points scenario promised at https://download.peplink.com/resources/pepwave_device_connector_rugged_datasheet.pdf … one radio is only on standby. :frowning: