Dan Anderson (left) and Dave Sinise of ComNet
ComNet is introducing a cellular VPN gateway for primary or backup wireless broadband network connectivity at ITS World Congress. The CNFE3TX2CXMS router supports connections to 3G/4G networks with its internal cellular module, as well as two Ethernet ports for LAN/WAN connectivity.
Applications for CNFE3TX2CXMS include wireless perimeter surveillance, cellular backup for edge connections, temporary network surveillance deployments, and site to site VPN. The router is certified for use by both AT&T and Verizon and can be used on their mobile networks in remote locations with otherwise
limited connectivity options.
The unit is ideal for data transmission as well as low bandwidth video. Enhanced network security features such as HTTPS and IEE802.1X are supported. This unit also offers flexible powering options supporting IEEE802.3af PoE and redundant DC inputs. The CNFE3TX2CXMS can be configured to operate in three
different modes: dynamic static IP, Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) authentication and modem dialup.