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COR IBR 900 Series vs COR IBR 1100 Series (4G LTE-A) [VIDEO]Alan Spicer Marine Telecom Blog | Alan Spicer Marine Telecom Blog
COR IBR 900 Series vs COR IBR 1100 Series (4G LTE-A) (Recorded from a Webinar) COR IBR 900 Series with CAT 6 3GPP Release 10 for 4G LTE Advanced in the Cellular Networks, Wave 2 WiFi (802.11a/b/g/n/ac) ... Dual Modem (Load Balance 2 Cell Providers) Capable with the Extensibility Dock which also adds more G/E ports. (2 existing ports are LAN/WAN switchable.) Typically you need only 1 LAN port as this plugs into your Main Internet Router (some call a "Server") System. This system, however, can be used as a small Main Internet Router. WAN port is for additional Internet Source input. LAN port can be daisy-chained with Gig-E or Fast-E Switch (Switch = Modern Name for Ethernet Network HUB.), thus extending the network easily with more ports for more wired computers, wireless access points, and other networkable devices. And ... in the WiFi version there is wireless as well. Not only that but Wave 2 WiFI. 802.11 a,b,g,n, and ac. LAN and WAN ports are programmable ... You can have the