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4G/LTE ROUTER WITH EMBEDDED CELLULAR MODEM

6300-CX
 

MSRP: $449 - $499

Get Connected and Stay Connected with Primary or Backup LTE

Every minute of network downtime costs you time and money! With the unprecedented growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) and reliance on this new generation of connected devices pushing your business to use even more data, you need to be prepared for connectivity outages that can impact your customer service, sales, brand reputation and even put your legal and financial compliance systems at risk.

To succeed in today’s connected economy, remote network access in real-time and 100% of the time is a requirement. Your organization needs a reliable and scalable business continuity failover solution that connects distributed devices and networks in a consistent way, regardless of where the devices are located. Our cellular connectivity router, the Accelerated 6300-CX LTE Router with embedded modem is your solution.

While working in the connected world of Machine to Machine (M2M) communications and IoT, Accelerated offers you peace of mind at an affordable price. The Accelerated 6300-CX is a compact, affordable, high-performance, 4G/LTE or 3G enterprise router that is ideally suited for connections to the IoT, as well as primary or backup internet connections for branch office, distributed sites, smart devices and retail locations.

Easy to Install and Find Optimal Location with Best Signal Strength

The Accelerated 6300-CX is a secure 4G/LTE business router with embedded modem that can be used as a primary 4G/LTE data connection or as a backup network solution to streamline business continuity. When attached to a 6300-CX, any Ethernet device can utilize fast and convenient cellular data. It is not necessary to co-locate the 6300-CX with other telecommunications equipment; it is designed to be optimally located for the strongest cellular reception.


This eliminates the need for expensive and often ineffective external antennas, although one can be used if needed. The included Passive Power over Ethernet (PoE) adapter supports a greatly simplified installation and increases placement flexibility. The 6300-CX can operate either in IP Pass-Through or in full Router mode.

Designed for Primary or Failover Internet Access

The Accelerated 6300-CX LTE Router allows any Ethernet connected device to utilize cellular wireless data for either primary or failover internet connectivity. Carrier Certified embedded cellular modem supports 4G/LTE and 3G connectivity. The 6300-CX’s compact size (4.3 x 4.3 x 1 inches) make the 6300-CX an ideal solution for your M2M applications.

Engineered for Easy & Optimal Installation

The Accelerated 6300-CX LTE Router ships with a temporary battery pack that can be used to perform a site survey to identify an ideal mounting location with optimal signal strength. The included PoE cable and extensive mounting hardware facilitate rapid installations.

aView Centralized Remote Management

Like all Accelerated products, you can centrally manage the Accelerated 6300-CX with our cloud-based management portal, aView™. This secure portal allows you to rapidly deploy and manage a large number of remote locations. From aView™, you can remotely monitor, configure and update single devices or groups of Accelerated 6300-CXs.

Accelerated 6300-CX is also engineered to handle the unexpected.  In the unlikely event of lost cellular data connectivity to your Accelerated 6300-CX, you can avoid costly on-site service technician visits by recovering the device Out-of-Band using an encrypted SMS control system: Accelerated Emergency Remote™.

Testimonials

"This morning I installed the SIM card in the 6300-CX LTE Router, and it is all working now. I have all green bars. Using a speed test I was getting 30Mb down and 10Mb up. With my MiFi I was only getting 10Mb down and 10Mb Up.

I give it a 5-Thumbs UP. Cut the CORD! Wireless Baby!"

- Larry Goodnough, illuminate technologies

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Features: 6300-CX LTE Router

Accelerated offers an easy-to-use solution with advanced features to provide powerful reliability and results.

Key Features

  • 4G/LTE Certified embedded cellular modem
  • Compact size (4.3 x 4.3 x 1 inches)
  • M2M solution
  • Branch office or retail solution
  • Optimal signal strength placement
  • Enterprise ready

Benefits

  • Included battery for site survey to identify optimal signal strength placement
  • Lower cost than additional or replacement equipment
  • Connects to any Ethernet device to cell network
  • Secondary failover WAN link to improve continuity
  • 4G/LTE Certified embedded cellular modem
  • Neutral color and included mounting hardware ideal for branch office and retail locations
  • PoE Cable to remotely power
  • aView for central cloud-management facilitates rapid deployment and management of large networks

WAN

  • All mobile technologies (LTE/4G/3G/UMTS/HSPA/...)
  • Advanced Modem Management Software
  • Automatic self-configuration for most Carrier/SIM combinations.
  • Comprehensive local Web UI for diagnosis and configuration for unusual deployments
  • Network pass-through operation
  • OOB management and recovery using secure SMS

Software

  • Designed from the ground up to be centrally or locally managed.
  • Extensive configuration allows complete customization.
  • Local WebUI and aView cloud management provide full access to all configuration and diagnostics.
  • User friendly CLI with tab completion and smart help.
  • Smart configuration migration to latest releases.
  • Remote firmware upgrades
  • Modem firmware update capabilities
  • Rapid security updates and regular firmware releases.
  • Automatic Location services
  • aView cloud management (configuration, reporting, alerts, usage, support)
  • aView cloud management map based status summary for quick overview

Firewall

  • Fully configurable stateful firewall
  • Port forwarding
  • Blocking / Filtering
  • NAT / Pass-through / Routed

Network

  • IPv4
  • IPv6

Security

  • AES, 3DES
  • IKEv1 / IKEv2, MODECFG, X509
  • Interop with a large range of networking equipment.
  • Support for legacy cryptographic interconnects (SHA1, DES, MD5) if needed
  • All services can be configured to allow comprehensive lockdown
  • RADIUS, TACACS+
  • IPsec - no artificial tunnel count limits

Mounting & Connectivity Options: 6300-CX

Accelerated also includes extra mounting options and supplies with the new Model 6300-CX, as well as a temporary battery that can be used for a site survey to identify the best location for maximum connectivity. Additionally, its Passive Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) cable simplifies the installation and ensures optimum placement. The Accelerated 6300-CX LTE Router allows any Ethernet device to utilize cellular wireless data for either primary or 3G/4G backup connectivity.

Use Cases

  • Retail Chains
  • Distributed Enterprise
  • ISP / Telecom
  • Managed Services
  • M2M & IOT applications including:
    • Kiosks
    • POS
    • ATM
    • Digital Signage
    • Smart connected devices
    • Healthcare

Technical Specifications

LAN 1 Ethernet Port 10/100 Base-T (RJ-45)
ANTENNA 2 Dipole; Frequency: 700-960/1575- 2700 hz; Gain: 1-4 dBi; Dimensions: 14 x 35 x 122mm
SIM 1 SIM Card Slot (Size 2FF)
CELLULAR LTE, HSPA+, HSPA, EDGE, GPRS and GSM (CDMA on select models)
POE Passive PoE (Remote Power) Using Included Injector Cable
POWER SUPPLY 15V DC, 800mA; 100-240 AC
TEMPORARY BATTERY 9V DC Alkaline
LEDS 1 Tri-color and 5 Signal Cellular Strength LED
DIMENSIONS 4.30 x 4.33 x 1.0 Inches (109 x 109 x 25 mm)
WEIGHT 7.5 Ounces (0.21 Kgs)
TEMPERATURE 32° F to 104° F (0° C to 40° C) Operating
STORAGE TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY -13°F to 167°F (-25°C to 75°C); 5% to 95% Non-Condensing
CERTIFICATIONS FCC Part 15, Subpart B, Class B; CE, C-Tick/RCM; CAN ICES-3(B)/NMB- 3(B)
CELLULAR CERTIFICATIONS PTCRB, Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Bell Canada; GCF (EU SKU)
SKUs ASB-6300-CX01-OUS - US, Canada and Mexico
ASB-6300-CX02-OUS - EV-DO version for US, Canada and Mexico
ASB-6300-CX03-GLB - Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa

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Resources: 6300-CX LTE Router

Explore and download product resources for Accelerated 6300-CX LTE Router.


CERTIFICATIONS FOR U.S. CARRIERS

  AT&T Sprint T-Mobile Verizon PTCRB
6300-CX
5400-RM    
6310-DX, 6330-MX & 6350-SR are powered by the CORE 1002-CM Plug-In LTE Modem
1002-CM03
1002-CM04  
1002-CM06

 

DATASHEET

WHITE PAPER

  • White Paper: Wireless Business Continuity (Sign Up)

Welcome Card

User's Guide

REGULATORY & COMPLIANCE

Declaration of Conformity

Certifications

Import / Export Information

  • Product HTS, ECCN, Export License and CCATS by SKU

CCATS Certificates

FIRMWARE DOWNLOADS

MISC

  • 6300-CX (SKU: ABS-6300-CX03-GBL) European Carriers and Bands


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General

What are the Technical Specifications of the 6300-CX?

LAN 1 Ethernet Port 10/100 Base-T (RJ-45)
ANTENNA 2 Dipole; Frequency: 700-960/1575- 2700 hz; Gain: 1-4 dBi; Dimensions: 14 x 35 x 122mm
SIM 1 SIM Card Slot (Size 2FF)
CELLULAR LTE, HSPA+, HSPA, EDGE, GPRS and GSM (CDMA on select models)
POE Passive PoE (Remote Power) Using Included Injector Cable
POWER SUPPLY 15V DC, 800mA; 100-240 AC
TEMPORARY BATTERY 9V DC Alkaline
LEDS 1 Tri-color and 5 Signal Cellular Strength LED
DIMENSIONS 4.30 x 4.33 x 1.0 Inches (109 x 109 x 25 mm)
WEIGHT 7.5 Ounces (0.21 Kgs)
TEMPERATURE 32° F to 104° F (0° C to 40° C) Operating
STORAGE TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY -13°F to 167°F (-25°C to 75°C); 5% to 95% Non-Condensing
CERTIFICATIONS FCC Part 15, Subpart B, Class B; CE, C-Tick/RCM; CAN ICES-3(B)/NMB- 3(B)
CELLULAR CERTIFICATIONS PTCRB, Verizon, AT&T, Bell Canada; GCF (EU SKU)

Does the 6300-CX LTE Router support EV-DO on the Verizon Network?

There are two 6300-CX SKUs that are certified for use on the Verizon Network. SKU: ASB-6300-CX02-OUS supports LTE and EV-DO and SKU: ASB-6300-CX01-OUS only supports LTE on the Verizon Network. When ordering please specify the correct SKU.

Is the 6300-CX LTE Router certified for use outside of the United States?

Yes, the 6300-CX LTE Router SKUs ASB-6300-CX01-OUS and ASB-6300-CX02-OUS are supported in the United States and Canada, and ASB-6300-CX03-GLB is certified for use in the EU, Australia and New Zealand. For a complete list of certified countries go to: accelerated.com/countries/6300_cx/.

Performance, Antennas & Signal Strength

How much loss do I get on a coax connection?

The frequency of the signal and the length of the cable determine the loss. Using a typical RG-6 coax cable at 1GHz frequency will result in a 6.1dB loss over a 100’ run (30.4 meters). In the real world that means a loss of 1 or even 2 bars of signal strength. One also needs to consider that average loss across any connectors with be 3dB. Remember that the goal of moving the transmitter is not to get acceptable signal, but excellent signal strength.

What about using signal amplifiers?

Whereas antennas provide reciprocal gain that benefits both sides of a connection, amplifiers work best at amplifying a transmitted signal. If you only add an amplifier to one end of a link with insufficient antenna gain, it will likely be able to be heard but will not be able to hear the other end.

Why does the LTE Router not lose signal strength like antenna solutions?

The simple answer is the LTE Router terminates all cellular activity in the remote optimally placed device and converts all cellular based IP packets to wireline IP packets allowing a “signal-loss-free” connection.

What if I cannot get signal strength inside of a building and must use an antenna?

The ideal solution is to place the LTE router as close as possible to the opening used for an external antenna to make the coax connection as short possible. When connecting an external antenna is must be connected to the primary antenna port, which on the 6300-CX is the port labeled ANT2.

The 6300-CX will automatically recognize it is being used with a single external antenna, without requiring any additional configuration.

For maximum & best performance we recommend using the 6300-CX with dual antennas.

Can I use a single antenna with the 6300-CX?

For maximum performance, attach both of the included antennas. If a single antenna solution is required, it must be attached to the main antenna port labeled ‘ANT2’.

Remote Management with aView

Is it possible to manage my devices remotely?

The recommended solution for device configuration and management is to use our cloud based management tool, aView. aView allows you to control devices individually or simplify your management by configuring changes to be pushed to groups of devices, regardless of their geographic location.

The aView management portal provides the following capabilities for your Accelerated 6300-CX.

  • Monitoring details including signal strength, network connectivity details (RSRP, CNTI, RSRQ, Ec/Io, etc.), SIM
  • Card details (IMEI, IMSI, ESN, etc.), data transmitted/received, and more
  • Email notifications based on connectivity, device firmware, and signal strength
  • Remote control
  • Out of band SMS recovery

For more information on the configuration and management capabilities of aView, see the aView User’s Guide

What firewall access is required for the 6300-CX to access aView?

The 6300-CX requires access to the following IP address in order for full connectivity between aView.

128.136.167.120 - port UDP 123 UDP 514 TCP 443 UDP 500 UDP 4500 - time.accns.com / configuration.accns.com / firmware.accns.com / certs.accns.com / logs.accns.com / remote.accns.com (time/config/firmware/certs/syslog)

Local Device Management/Access

How do I access the local UI of the 6300-CX using DHCP?

  1. Using a standard Ethernet cable, connect your Windows or Mac PC Ethernet port to the WAN Ethernet port of the device.
  2. Wait approximately 1 minute for your PC to recognize and communicate with the DHCP server in your Accelerated device.
  3. Enter the destination http://192.168.210.1 in your browser1.
    1. Your browser may give you a warning that the site is insecure because your Accelerated device uses a self-signed security certificate.
    2. Click the option to continue to the site.
    3. If you receive an error that the destination was not reachable, your device may be running an older version of our device firmware. See the instructions below to connect using a static IP address.
  4. Logon to the device using the default account:
    • Username: root
    • Password: default

How do I access the local UI of the 6300-CX using a Static IP address?

  1. If your device is running device firmware prior to 16.3.15, to manually connect to the device, you must manually set an IP address on your PC to be able to communicate with the Accelerated 6300-CX. First, select the Properties of the relevant network connection on your PC.
  2. Click the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) parameter and select Properties and configure with the following details.
  3. Enter the destination: http://192.168.210.1 in your browser and hit Enter.
    1. Your browser may give you a warning that the site is insecure because your Accelerated device uses a self-signed security certificate.
    2. Click the option to continue to the site.
  4. Logon to the device using the default account:
    • Username: root
    • Password: default

How to I gain SSH access into the 6300-CX?

  1. Using a standard Ethernet cable, connect your Windows or Mac PC Ethernet port to the WAN Ethernet port of the device.
  2. Wait approximately 1 minute for your PC to recognize and communicate with the DHCP server in your Accelerated device.
  3. Enter the destination http://192.168.210.1 in your browser2.
    1. Your browser may give you a warning that the site is insecure because your Accelerated device uses a self-signed security certificate.
    2. Click the option to continue to the site.
    3. If you receive an error that the destination was not reachable, your device may be running an older version of our device firmware. See the instructions to connect using a static IP address then continue with step 5 below.
  4. Logon to the device using the default account:
    • Username: root
    • Password: default If using DHCP to access your device, usinga SSH tool (such as PuTTY for Windows, or openssh for Linux/Mac) open an SSH session to 192.168.210.1. OR, if using a Static IP address to access your device, open an SSH session to 192.168.210.1.
  5. Logon to the device using the default account:
    • Username: root
    • Password: default You will be prompted to enter the Admin CLI or the Shell of the device.
      1. Admin CLI – a limited command line interface for interacting with the device. You can run ping tests, change configuration settings, send AT commands, etc.
      2. Shell – a full Linux shell console.
      3. If are not prompted to login to the Admin CLI or Shell, and are instead immediately prompted with a # prompt, you are in the Admin CLI by default. If you want to change to the shell console, you can enable it by typing in the following two commands.
        1. config set auth user root password default
        2. config set auth group admin acl shell enable true

API Support

What APIs does Accelerated Offer?

Accelerated View provides a RESTful API that can be used to obtain a list of details for one or more devices a user has access to. Full documentation on using the API can be found at the following link: https://aview.accns.com/apidocs

Network Configuration/Connectivity

What is an APN?

Each carrier has a set of default Access Point Names (APNs) for their network. Accelerated automatically attempts connection using the below default APNs. If your carrier has provided you with a custom APN, you will need to configure the device to connect to the custom APN. Refer to the question below How do I configure a custom APN? for more information.

This below list of APNs are automatically attempted by the 6300-CX and are not considered custom.

AT&T

  • i2gold
  • 10008
  • 11315
  • managedvpn
  • broadband
  • MNS-OOB-APN01.com.attz
  • m2m.com.attz

Verizon

  • mw01.vzwstatic
  • ne01.vzwstatic
  • so01.vzwstatic
  • we01.vzwstatic
  • vzwinternet

Sprint

  • blank

Generic

  • blank
  • i2gold
  • 10008
  • 11315
  • managedvpn
  • broadband
  • MNS-OOB-APN01.com.attz
  • m2m.com.attz
  • mw01.vzwstatic
  • vzwinternet
  • telstra.internet
  • epc.tmobile.com
  • mobinilweb,internet
  • web.vodafone.de
  • everywhere
  • internet.com
  • inet.bell.ca
  • isp.telus.com
  • internet.telecom.co.nz
  • inetgsm.vzw3g.com
  • isp.cingular
  • internet
  • internet.t-mobile
  • everywhere

How do I configure a custom APN?

  1. Power on your 6300-CX.
  2. Using a standard Ethernet cable, connect your Windows or Mac PC Ethernet port to the WAN Ethernet port of the device.
  3. Wait approximately 1 minute for your PC to recognize and communicate with the DHCP server in your Accelerated device.
  4. Enter the destination http://192.168.210.1 in your browser3.
    1. Your browser may give you a warning that the site is insecure because your Accelerated device uses a self-signed security certificate.
    2. Click the option to continue to the site.
    3. If you receive an error that the destination was not reachable, your device may be running an older version of our device firmware. See the instructions below to connect using a static IP address then continue with step 7 below.
  5. Logon to the device using the default account:
    • Username: root
    • Password: default
  6. Select the Configuration tab on the left side of the page.
  7. Type in the custom APN into the APN entry located in the Modem section of the configuration.
    1. Optional: If the custom APN requires a specific username and password, please input those into the Username and Password entries.
  8. Click the Save button.
  9. IMPORTANT: If you will be using aView to manage your device, any configuration settings in Accelerated View take precedence over any settings configured manually using the Local UI. You must also configure your custom APN in Accelerated View. Please refer to the aView User’s Guide for more information.

How do I upgrade the firmware of the 6300-CX?

  1. Download the appropriate firmware file from Accelerated.
  2. Power on your 6300-CX.
  3. Using a standard Ethernet cable, connect your Windows or Mac PC Ethernet port to the WAN Ethernet port of the device.
  4. Wait approximately 1 minute for your PC to recognize and communicate with the DHCP server in your Accelerated device.
  5. Enter the destination http://192.168.210.1 in your browser4.
    1. Your browser may give you a warning that the site is insecure because your Accelerated device uses a self-signed security certificate.
    2. Click the option to continue to the site.
    3. If you receive an error that the destination was not reachable, your device may be running an older version of our device firmware. See the instructions to connect to the local UI using a static IP address then continue with step 7 below.
  6. Logon to the device using the default account:
    • Username: root
    • Password: default
  7. Select the System tab on the left side of the page.
  8. Select the Browse button next to the Firmware image section.
  9. Browse for and select the firmware file downloaded in step 1 above.
  10. Click the Update Firmware button. Do not turn off or unplug the device while it is upgrading its firmware. The upgrade process should take less than one minute.
  11. IMPORTANT: If you will be using aView to manage your device, any configuration settings in Accelerated View take precedence over any settings configured manually using the Local UI. You must also configure your custom APN in Accelerated View. Please refer to the aView User’s Guide for more information.

What if I change my Cellular Carrier? How do I update the modem firmware of the of the 6300-CX to use a different Cellular Carrier (e.g. AT&T to Verizon)?

The modem firmware can only be updated through the local UI and cannot be updated or managed using aView.

  1. Insert your size 2FF mini-SIM card into the 6300-CX.
  2. Power on your 6300-CX.
  3. Using a standard Ethernet cable, connect your Windows or Mac PC Ethernet port to the WAN Ethernet port of the device.
  4. Wait approximately 1 minute for your PC to recognize and communicate with the DHCP server in your Accelerated device.
  5. Enter the destination http://192.168.210.1 in your browser5.
    1. Your browser may give you a warning that the site is insecure because your Accelerated device uses a self-signed security certificate.
    2. Click the option to continue to the site.
    3. If you receive an error that the destination was not reachable, your device may be running an older version of our device firmware. See the instructions to connect to the local UI using a static IP address then continue with step 7 below.
  6. Logon to the device using the default account:
    • Username: root
    • Password: default
  7. Click on the System tab. Scroll down to Modem Firmware section and select your provider in the Install Modem Firmware dropdown box.
  8. Click the Install Firmware button.
  9. A status bar will appear & update as the new modem firmware is installed. During the upgrade, the status LED on the front of the device will alternate flashing red and yellow.
  10. When the new modem firmware is complete, the progress bar reaches 100% and the status LED stops flashing red/yellow.
  11. The modem firmware is updated and will attempt to connect with the SIM card.

My 6300-CX can't connect, what should I do?

If the LED of your 6300-CX is flashing white and remains flashing white for more than two minutes, your 6300-CX is having difficulty connecting to your carrier’s cellular network.

  1. Check is that the SIM card is fully inserted in the SIM slot of the 6300-CX.
    1. If you have to re-insert the SIM card, turn the 6300-CX off, re-insert your SIM card, then turn it back on again.
  2. Verify that both antennas are properly connected to the two connectors on the back of the 6300-CX.
  3. Check the signal strength LEDs on the 6300-CX.
    1. If none of the five signal LEDs ever illuminate on the 6300-CX, even after waiting a few minutes once the status LED is flashing white, the 6300-CX may be unable to read the SIM card, contact your cellular carrier and confirm the SIM card is valid and active.
  4. Attempt to connect using an alternate SIM card
    1. If the 6300-CX does not work with an alternative SIM card, and none of the signal strength LEDs illuminate, contact Accelerated support to verify if an RMA/Return is required.

If you have at least one signal strength bar illuminated, this indicates the 6300-CX is able to detect the SIM card's presence, but if the status LED continues to flash white for more than two minutes, it is having difficulty using the SIM card to establish a cellular connection.

  1. Ensure the SIM card does not have a custom APN configured. If the SIM card requires a custom or non-standard APN to connect, you will need to configure the 6300-CX to use that custom APN. Refer to the FAQ for How do I configure a custom APN?
  2. Try connecting the SIM card to another device (USB modem, phone, etc.). If it connects with the other device, observe what settings the device used to establish the connection, in particular the APN used. If this differs than the standard APN for the carrier, please configure this APN into the 6300-CX; refer to the FAQ How do I configure a custom APN?section above.

What are the Cellular Carrier Bands supported by the Accelerated 6300-CX?

Product Accelerated SKU Details Carrier Certs LTE Bands Supported (w/MIMO support) UMTS Bands Supported (w/Diversity Support) CDMA Bands Supported (w/Diversity Support) GSM, GPRS, Edge Bands Supported LTE Category
6300-CX ASB-6300-CX01-OUS
  • USA locations
  • US power tip only
AT&T, Verizon, Bell Canada
  • Band 2 (1900 MHz)
  • Band 4 (AWS) (1700/2100 MHz)
  • Band 5 (850 MHz)
  • Band 13 (700 MHz)
  • Band 17 (700 MHz)
  • Band 25 (1900 MHz G Block)
  • Band 1 (2100 MHz)
  • Band 2 (1900 MHz)
  • Band 4 (AWS 1700/2100 MHz)
  • Band 5 (850 MHz)
  • Band 8 (900 MHz)
NA NA LTE CAT 3, max 100 Mb/s downlink; max 50 Mb/s uplink
6300-CX ASB-6300-CX02-OUS
  • USA locations
  • US power tip only
AT&T, Verizon, Bell Canada,
  • Band 2 (1900 MHz)
  • Band 4 (AWS) (1700/2100 MHz)
  • Band 5 (850 MHz)
  • Band 13 (700 MHz)
  • Band 17 (700 MHz)
  • Band 25 (1900 MHz G Block)
  • Band 1 (2100 MHz)
  • Band 2 (1900 MHz)
  • Band 4 (AWS 1700/2100 MHz)
  • Band 5 (850 MHz)
  • Band 8 (900 MHz)
  • BC0 (Cellular 800 MHz)
  • BC1 (PCS 1900 MHz)
  • BC10 (Secondary 800 MHz)
NA LTE CAT 3, max 100 Mb/s downlink; max 50 Mb/s uplink
6300-CX ASB-6300-CX03-GLB
  • Non-USA locations
  • UK, AU, EU power tips
 
  • Band 1 (2100 MHz)
  • Band 3 (1800 MHz)
  • Band 7 (2600 MHz)
  • Band 8 (900 MHz)
  • Band 20 (800 MHz)
  • Band 1 (2100 MHz)
  • Band 2 (1900 MHz)
  • Band 5 (850 MHz)
  • Band 8 (900 MHz)
NA
  • GSM 850 (850 MHz)
  • EGSM 900 (900 MHz)
  • DCS 1800 (1800 MHz)
  • PCS 1900 (1900 MHz)
LTE CAT 3, max 100 Mb/s downlink; max 50 Mb/s uplink

My router needs to perform connectivity tests, but cannot ping the default gateway IP. What can I ping instead?

In passthrough mode, the 6300-CX operates as a transparent bridge and all traffic on all ports is passed directly to and from the client device connected to the device’s Ethernet port. In passthrough mode, a single IP address will be available through the device’s Ethernet port. Only one client device can be connected to the Accelerated 6300-CX through its Ethernet port at a time.

With some cellular carriers, the gateway IP address does not respond to ping requests. Several different types of client routers will try to ping the gateway IP address from the passthrough connection in order to validate network connectivity. As an alternative the following two IP addresses can be pinged instead to verify connectivity.

  • 192.168.211.50 - This is a private IP address that is the internal endpoint IP for the remote control IPSec tunnel the 6300-CX establishes. Pinging this IP address will confirm not only physical connectivity to the 6300-CX, but internet connectivity through the cellular network, since the 6300-CX requires internet connectivity to establish this tunnel.
  • 192.168.210.1 - This is the default IP address of the 6300-CX on its LAN Ethernet port.

To help explain these two IPs and the network setup, refer to the below diagram.

How do I Set up and configure VLAN Trunking for the 6300-CX?

Goal

The primary benefit of the VLAN features on the 6300-CX is to provide multiple LAN networks on a single Ethernet port. This allows users to create a segmented network, where certain devices are sectioned off in their own network, for increased performance, improved manageability, simplified software configurations, and increased security options.

Technical Details

What the 6300-CX supports is closest to a trunked VLAN behaviour. That is, the 6300-CX supports multiple VLANs per Ethernet port, the packets arrive with tags already, and it doesn't add tags to the incoming packets. The difference is that since the 6300-CX acts as a router, we can't forward the tag on. The Ethernet header and VLAN tag are stripped before the packet enters the IP stack. So to the IP stack, it appears as the packet appeared on a virtual interface called "eth0.%d", and it needs to decide how to route the packet based on that. There's no concept of a trunk interface that sends and receives all VLAN tags. The outgoing packet will then only have a VLAN tag if it is being routed out one of these virtual interfaces, and this VLAN tag doesn't have to be the same as the VLAN tag on the incoming packet.

Example Setup

 

Sample Configuration

The following configuration reflect the VLAN trunking setup in the diagram, where we have two trunked VLAN interfaces on the 6300-CX's LAN Ethernet port. Also, please ensure that the Modem ? Passthrouth ? Enabled option is un-checked, as enabling passthrough mode will override any VLAN settings.

 

Tracking Cellular Data Usage

How much Cellular Data is used for status and logging operations of the 6300-CX?

Monthly usage without an IPSec tunnel enabled is between 1.8 MB - 2MB including startup activities performed a single time at device installation.

Monthly usage with an IPSec tunnel enabled is between 30-120MB depending on device settings.

If your plan provides for limited Cellular Data, contact Accelerated Support for assistance configuring your devices to minimize Cellular Data usage.

Can I track cellular usage of my devices?

Cellular data usage is tracked using Accelerated’s cloud based device management system, aView. Refer to the Data Plan section of the aView User's Guide for details on how to setup cellular usage tracking.

How quickly will a device send cellular usage updates to aView?

The usage chart within aView first updates within 30 minutes of first powering on the 6300-CX. Then, the 6300-CX sends a status update once every 30 minutes to aView.

Can I set alerts to track Cellular Data Usage?

Using the aView management site, alerts can be generated if a device exceeds a specified data usage limit per month. Additionally, pooled data plans and group overage notifications can be setup to generate alerts if a group of devices exceed a specified data usage limit per month.

For more information on configuring alerts, see the Accelerated View User’s Guide

How quickly will I receive a Cellular Data Group Overage Notification?

A group quota overage notification is sent within 1 hour of exceeding the specified data limit. However, it only sends the group data plan notification to users that are in the same aView organization as the data plan.

How do I see the usage of all the devices belonging to a plan?

To view the usage of all units belonging to a plan, generate a Cellular Utilization report, which will list the utilization for all devices in a desired organization. You can find the Cellular Utilization report under the Reports drop-down on the navigation bar on the left side of the aView management site. This will generate a Cellular Utilization report for all the devices in the selected organization, not just those assigned to a particular data plan. To view just the devices assigned to a particular data plan, click on the data plan name on the organization details page, under the Data Plans tab.

Can I export the data usage graph?

The ability to export the raw data from the usage graph is currently not available. You can only export the data usage graph to an image format (png, jpeg, etc.) or as a PDF.

 

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Features & Benefits

Accelerated 6300-CX LTE Router serves as a primary or backup connection for your location.

  • Small, lightweight design
  • Powerful antennas
  • Multiple carrier support
  • Change carrier with a simple configuration change
  • IP Passthrough or router mode
  • Multiple mounting options
  • Mounting accessories included
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