Hi Peplink Team,
I’m creating a Knowledge Base of Peplink products and I have a doubt on something.
From the datasheet here, MAX Transit Single and Duo have embedded LTE, LTEA or LTE-A Pro cellular modems. It can range from CAT4 up to CAT18.
On the ordering information from the datasheet, it’s written LTE-A Pro for the CAT12 and CAT18 models.
Can you please confirm if the CAT12 and CAT18 modems have the same cellular modem?
If yes, then how is it possible that the CAT18 performs 2 times faster than the CAT12?
If no, it is a mistake from the datasheet? and the correct info is:
CAT12: LTEA = LTE-A = LTE-Advanced
CAT18: LTE-A Pro
I think the same kind of mixing happened on the Specifications tab:
Should not it be LTE or LTEA or LTE-A Pro instead?
On a side note, I don’t get why the router throughput is 400Mbps (DL+UL?) with a 1.2Gbps DL + 150Mbps UL cellular modem?
I am not a networking expert so please excuse my questions if I missed something obvious. With Speedfusion + encryption, it is capped to 60Mbps anyway, and if I activate the FEC or WAN smoothing it’s even less, correct?
Thanks for your answers,