H900 5G Router from E-Lins uses the tried and tested H900 CAT6 4G Router base and is modified by the insertion of a new 5G modem. This gives the H900 a 5G boost, in so far that it can now connect to the UK 5G mobile networks. This gives the Elins 5G router access to high speed 5G mobile broadband Internet speeds which could be useful for M2M applications such as 5G CCTV where large amounts of data need to be passed quickly over the mobile broadband network.
The H900 5G unit delivers the high speed mobile broadband to users on the LAN via Gigabit Ethernet ports and high speed WiFi (2.4Ghz and 5Ghz) 802.11AC WiFi. As this 5G router is an industrial grade M2M router is includes features such as ping reboot / Cell ICMP check which enables the router to monitor the 4G / 5G Internet connection and in cases where the mobile broadband service is dropped by the network it can detect this and reconnect. This feature is required in M2M routers because they are typically installed in remote locations and 3G, 4G and 5G mobile broadband services are an always available service and not an always on service. This means that if the 5G basestation your router is connected to is very busy, and a new user needs access and connects to the full base station then in order to accept the new connection the mobile tower has to drop a connected device. If your router has been connected for a while then it is likely that the mobile network will drop the connection. The Cell ICMP check service will check the router has a valid Internet connection and when it can no longer connect over the Internet the router can reboot and re-establish the connection to the basestation and will now be a new user so the basestation can remove another device to provide service to this new connection.
You can also use a timed reboot service in the H900 configuration page to perform a daily reboot, thus ensuring that the router maintains a relatively current connection to avoid being disconnected at busy times.