Hello everyone, welcome back to another Peplink unboxing video.
Today we have our hands on a UBR-PLUS-LTEA-US-T-PRM.
I like this new box design and layout from Peplink. Instead of the standard hinged box, this slides off from the top. Inside you will find 3 organized trays stacked. The first tray has the UBR Plus itself. Under that is the Setup guide, this is great for getting setup and connecting quickly.
Now let's get into the router itself. The router is very slim, only being 6.8 inches long and 1.2 inches in height. The router supports 900 megabits per second of stateful throughput and up to 100 Megabits per second of unencrypted SpeedFusion throughput. The router's capable duel CAT-7 cellular modem with redundant sim slots, allows for 300 Megabits per second download and 150 Megabits per second upload while having the benefits of SpeedFusion like Hot Failover, WAN Smoothing and Bandwidth Bonding.
Additionally, the UBR Plus has built in Wi-Fi 5, meaning it transmits 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi bands and has the ability to use Wi-Fi as WAN. Being able to operate in as low as -40° Fahrenheit and as high as 149°F allows the device to be used in multiple environments.
Due to the small size, low power consumption, 2 LTE modems, GPS tracking and Rugged Design,
the UBR Plus makes a great mobile/fleet router. Additionally, the expanded LAN/WAN interface, Cellular backup and SpeedFusion benefits, the UBR Plus also is perfect for a satellite/small business.
On the next tray, we have our Power cord, 16ft GPS Antenna, and Peplink branded Velcro for cable management.
The last tray has 2 Wi-Fi Antennas and 4 Cellular Antennas
Moving on to the front interface, the UBR Plus has a single 1 Gigabit WAN port and four 1 Gigabit LAN ports.
At both ends of the router you will see the Wi-Fi antenna ports. To the right of the router you will see the power port, this 4-pin power port allows for ignition sense, meaning the UBR Plus can be easily wired into the 12v system of a vehicle.
Right next to the power port are the status lights and reset button. If the router is fully booted the status light will be solid green. Once the built in Wi-Fi access point is fully booted, the Wi-Fi light will be a solid green. If the cellular light is off, the modem isn't initialized or the device isn't detecting a sim card, if the cellular light is flashing then the modem detected a sim card and the router is trying to connect to a carrier.
Moving on to the rear. All the way to the right you will see the SIM slots and the two LTE modems. The UBR Plus uses Nano size SIMs. To the left you will see the 4 cellular antenna ports, and under you will find the GPS antenna port.
Now let’s put it all together, I suggest starting with the GPS, after that simply connect the 4cellular antennas, and then the 2 Wi-Fi antennas, all of these are just hand tight, pliers are not needed.
Now just plug in the power.
Once the status is solid green the router can be accessed locally by going to https://192.168.50.1
or if the router is online with sim cards, you can add the serial number to InControl2 for remote management and configuration.
The Peplink UBR Plus offers incredible versatility and provides the amazing benefits of Speedfusion. Thank you so much for watching. We hope you enjoyed this video.