Smart Radio LTE Failover: Hardware Setup

Smart Radio LTE Failover: Hardware Setup

Hardware Setup

Fig. 2 shows the hardware setup used in this guide. 

Fig. 2 – Hardware Setup


Of note is that ETH1 should be connected to the LTE Modem. Aside from that, the Smart Radio is setup for typical usage.

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