You can do a bonding at both ethernet ports - good if your LTE can reach more then 100Mb, record at SXTR is 185/35Mbps.anybody feel free to improve if you know more.
SXTR have two ports, they can be separated, bonding, bridged and have vlans-s on it.... I not know what you do.I am running my SXTR into a Draytek WAN2 port.
Any suggestions welcomed!
SXTR have two ports, they can be separated, bonding, bridged and have vlans-s on it.... I not know what you do.
Draytek as WAN2 must have a dhcp client on it and be connected directly else you must provide it mac-address.
Works me and my setup. Show your setup
Hmmm maybe I have bridge set up by mistake then. I didn't change a lot of settings to start with from memory but maybe I did more than I thought.Maybe easier for start is just setup SXTR without bridge, means Ether1 as power + mgmt but Ether2 as Passthrough interface itself.
Drayter or whatever device should not have any IP like 192.168.88.x at all, Draytek at WAN2 port should have only dhcp client running and receive internet directly from LTE1 interface at SXTR.
Means, your sxtr should give own IP from lte1 to your draytek2.
If your ISP give you a Public IP then this IP will be directly assigned at your Draytek@wan2 port just like the same Draytek have that sim card inside him.
The management is necceserry for as as way to connect again to that sxtr and do stuff with it. I prefer the vlan way but you can use this 2 interface of sxtr at start !
Dynamic is OK.... or Dynamic IP (this is what I am currently using with 192.168.88.1 in it)
Dear all,I am trying to accomplish this same task with my SXT LTE6 as well.
The goal is to just use the SXT LTE6 as a MODEM and pass the IP strait to my hardwired laptop.
Is there a streamlined step by step config for this or an example?
I'm afraid of removing items from bridge and losing communication with the device during the process.
Thanks!I would run a second cable to be honest, it will save a huge headache in the long run.
Eventually I was able to make it work from Winbox as passthough. There may be better solutions, but this one worked from me: the trick is to bridge the LTE connection to one of the ethernet ports, AFTER removing that same ethernet port from the Bridge connection the unit comes with as default.
- Go to Bridge -> Ports -> disable ethernet 2; by doing this, ethernet 2 is no longer 'slave' of the default bridge
- Go to Interfaces -> LTE -> Press 'LTE APNs' button -> double click on the default entry with your APN name -> In the bottom pull down list 'Passthrough Interface': select ethernet 2
- From the QuickSet menu: disable 'DHCP Server' and NAT (Leave Firewall Router on); double check the IP address of your choice
With the above settings, after reboot, it will behave as a passthough LTE modem on ethernet 2. I was able to connect it to a single PC which gets the public LTE ip. I can also plug ethernet 2 to one of the WAN ports of my dual router LRT224, and it works just fine.
As noted somewhere else, the PC connected to ethernet 2 can no longer manage the LTE6, not via winbox not via web page. I enabled RoMON but it does not help, perhaps I am not doing it right. However, I always have ethernet 1 to manage the unit, as a matter of fact I am now living with ethernet 2 connected to the WAN port of the dual router for navigation, and ethernet 1 to one of the switch ports just for management.
Hope this helps somebody with my same problem, it worked for me, anybody feel free to improve if you know more.
Unfortunately not an option with the LHGG LTE6 which has only one Ethernet port.I would run a second cable to be honest, it will save a huge headache in the long run.
Even with 1 Eth port still it's not a big problem.Unfortunately not an option with the LHGG LTE6 which has only one Ethernet port.