CS2389 4G Signal Tester Replaces the D2377 4G Signal Analyser

Today sees the launch of the new CS2389 4G Signal Tester that replaces the D2377 4G Signal Analyser.

CS2389 Signal Tester

The new CSL Dual CS2389 updtaes the design and function of this popular 4G Signal tester with a new touch screen interface. It is intended to be used to identify the optimum location for your cellular connected device prior to installation by searching all local base stations. It feeds back the network availability, radio technology (2G/3G/4G), Bit Error Rate (BER) and signal strength.

Key Features and Benefits for installers:

- New colour touch screen with a handy dashboard menu
- Quick Survey Button to run a survey in just one click
- Fully visual monitor mode
- Up to 20-hour battery life
- Memory space holds survey results for up to 250 tests
- Available in 10 different languages
- USB firmware upgrades
- CS2389 4G variant can be used for 2G/3G/4G surveys

Teltonika RUT230 3G Router Announced

Teltonika have announced the launch of their new RUT230 3G Router.

This new low cost IoT 3G Router will replace the RUT500 3G Router and will be slightly smaller, made possible by the fact that there are now only 2 x Ethernet Ports.  The RUT230 router will still retain the WiFi functionality and Teltonika have made installation of the SIM card easier with the addition of an external SIM card slot so the SIM card can be inserted without removing the router cover plate.  They also include a Digital IO interface.





  • 3G – Up to 14.4 Mbps i
  • 2G – Up to 236.8 Kbps i
  • WiFi – Up to 150 Mbps i
  • Ethernet – 2 ports i
  • SMS i

  • Digital output – 1
  • DIN – digital input – 1 i
  • 1x LAN 10/100Mbps Ethernet porti
  • 1x WAN 10/100Mbps Ethernet ports i
  • IEEE 802.11b/g/n WiFi standards i
  • Durable aluminum housing i
  • Power over Ethernet (not compliant with IEEE 802.3af – 2003)i
  • Mobile antenna type – 1 x SMA for 3G
  • WiFi antenna type – 1 x RP-SMA
  • Input voltage range – 9 – 30 VDC
  • Operating temperature range – -40 °C to 75 °C
  • Storage temperature range – -45 °C to 80 °C
  • Power consumption – < 5W
  • Mounting options – DIN Rail, Wall
  • LED indication – 2x connection status, 5x connection strength, 1x Power

  • Bridge mode i
  • Static routes i
  • NTP i
  • Wireless Hotspot i
  • Wireless Client i
  • Wireless AP i
  • Ping reboot i
  • Periodic reboot i
  • Real-time graphs i
  • Backup WAN i
  • Mobile Traffic counter i
  • Connection status overview bar i
  • Configuration backup/restore i
  • IPsec i
  • GRE Tunnel i
  • OpenVPN i
  • PPTP i
  • L2TP i
  • SNMP i
  • SNMP Trap i
  • Send/receive SMS i
  • Status via SMS i
  • SMS reboot i
  • Mobile enable/disable via SMS i
  • Wireless enable/disable via SMS i
  • OpenVPN enable/disable via SMSi
  • Web Filter i
  • Mobile Data Limit i
  • Configuration Profiles i
  • Event logging i
  • Call Utilities i
  • Disable Roaming i
  • Access control safety i
  • VLAN i
  • CLI i
  • Firewall i
  • IP/MAC filter i
  • DHCP server i
  • Dynamic DNS i
  • RMS support i


RUT230 Antenna Options

You can see from the image below that the RUT230 router has 2 x Antenna connections – a single connection for Cell Antenna (SMA Female) and a single WiFi Antenna connector (RP SMA) this means that the RUT230 router will support a variety of different 3G Antennas depending upon your installation requirement.

RUT230 antenna connectors


The RUT230 is supplied with 2 x elbow joint antennas as standard (pictured below)

RUT230 Antennas



New Low Price of £70.00 For The Teltonika RUT500 3G Router

The Teltonika RUT500 is probably the cheapest M2M 3G Router in the UK – priced at just £70.00 each + VAT the RUT500 Industrial Grade embedded 3G Router provides a low cost, reliable solution for remote monitoring and management applications that require a 3G mobile broadband Internet connection.

The RUT500 3G Router provides the user with 3 x Ethernet LAN Ports, 802.11n WiFi and an RJ45 Ethernet WAN Port.

Teltonika RUT500

To get connected to the 3G Internet service simply remove the front panel of the router (where the antennas are connected) and insert your 3G SIM Card – this can be a normal 3G mobile broadband SIM card or a Fixed IP SIM Card.  If you are using the Teltonika RUT500 for remote monitoring or management then you would be better off using a Fixed IP SIM card service because many normal 3G SIM cards ordered directly from the mobile networks use CGNAT (Carrier Grade NAT) which means that your router 3G connection will only get a private IP address from the mobile network which means that you won’t be able to connect to the router over the Internet which means that you can’t use DYNDNS and because you can’t remotely connect to the RUT500 then port forwarding will not work to connect to your devices on the LAN.

In fact, the only network that provides a public IP address using a standard network SIM card is 3mobile and you need to use the APN of 3internet in order to get the router to request a public IP address when it connects.  this is not a guaranteed service so sometimes you will not get a public IP address so you will be unable to connect to your router and it is not a contractual part of your service and may be stopped at any time in which case you will still be liable for the rentals for the remainder of the contract and will then be left with no choice but to switch to a Fixed IP SIM card service so you would then need to visit each site and switch out the SIM cards.

For this reason many M2M users will opt for the convenience of a Fixed IP SIM card service.

The Teltonika RUT500 3G router also includes features like ping reboot so it can actively monitor the 3G connection and when the mobile network disconnects the router it will be recognised and will be able to reboot and reconnect to the 3G service eliminating the need for time consuming and expensive site visits to power cycle your 3G router.

The Teltonika RUT500 is supplied with a UK Mains Power Supply, a DIN Rail Mounting Kit, A CAT5e patch lead, 1 x elbow joint Cellular antenna, 1 x elbow joint WiFi antenna and a quick set up guide.


RUT500 Key Features

- HSPA+ 3.9G 21Mbps DL and 5.75Mbps UL
- Quadband UMTS and GSM
- Complies with IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b wireless standards
- Complies with IEEE 802.3 and IEEE 802.3u standards
- 3 x LAN Ethernet ports, 1 x WAN Ethernet Port for failover working mode.
- Durable aluminum housing
- External antennas
- Integrated IPSEC, OpenVPN and Dynamic DNS
- 3G backup WAN function
- SMS reboot function

RUT500 Specification

LAN and Wi-Fi
- Wireless AP, Router, 4-Port Switch and Firewall in one device
- High performance 320 MHz CPU with 256 Mbits SDRAM
- IEEE 802.11b/g/n, IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u standards
- 64/128-bit WEP, WPA, WPA2, WPA&WPA2 encryption methods
- 3xLAN 10/100Mbps Ethernet ports
- 1xWAN 10/100Mbps Ethernet port
- Supports Auto MDI/MDIX
- Remote/local Web management
- 1x 5dBi wireless antenna
- SSID stealth mode and access control based over MAC address
- System log to record the status of the Router
- Auto negotiation/manual mode for IEEE 802.11b/g/n
- Dynamic DNS
- LAN access control over Internet connection
- Virtual server
- Auto wireless channel selection
- OpenVPN
- Dynamic DNS
- Backup WAN
- SMS and Ping reboot
- 1x Power LED, 4x LAN status LEDs

- 850/900/1900/2100 MHz
- Power Class 3 (0.25 W, 24 dBm) for UMTS
- UMTS mode: 384 Kbps DL/384 Kbps UL
- HSDPA mode: 14.4 Mbps (Cat 10) downlink speed
- HSUPA mode: 5.76 Mbps (Cat 6) uplink speed
- 3dBi antenna

- 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
- Power Class 4 (2 W, 33 dBm) for GSM/GPRS 850/900 MHz bands
- Power Class 1 (1 W, 30 dBm) for GSM/GPRS 1800/1900 Mhz bands
- Power Class E2 (0.5 W, 27 dBm) for EDGE 850/900 MHz bands
- Power Class E2 (0.4 W, 26 dBm) for EDGE 1800/1900 MHz bands
- GSM: 14.4 Kbps DL/14.4 Kbps UL
- GPRS: 85.6 Kbps DL/42.8 Kbps UL (class 10)
- EDGE: 236.8 Kbps DL/118.4 Kbps UL (class 10)

Electrical, Mechanical & Environmental
- Dimensions (H x W x D) 100mm x 85mm x 36mm
- Weight 210g
- Power supply 100V – 240 VAC -> 9 VDC wall adapter
- Power consumption < 7W
- Antenna connectors 2 x SMA for GSM, 1 x RP-SMA for Wi-Fi
- Indicators 4 x Ethernet LEDs, 1 x Power LED, 1 x GSM LED
- Operating temperature 0o to 50o C
- Storage temperature -20o to 70o C
- Operating humidity 10% to 90% Non-condensing

Teltonika RUT500 Applications

- Construction
- Energy Monitoring
- Remote Media / Digital Signage
- Remote Access Control
- Building Automation and monitoring

In The Box

1 x Teltonika RUT500 21Mbps 3G Router
1 x UK PSU – 240VAC – 9VDC Mains Power Adapter (router supports 7-30VDC)
1 x 3G Stick Antenna (Elbow Joint) for GSM MAIN
1 x WiFi Stick Antenna (Elbow Joint)
1 x CAT5e Patch Lead
1 x DIN Rail Mounting Kit (router is pre-drilled)
1 x Quick Start Guide


Teltonika RUT500 SMS Reboot / SMS Status Feature

TELTONIKA RUT500 Port Forwarding using DYNDNS (using Three Mobile SIM Card)

The following video demonstrates how to configure the RUT500 with a 3 Mobile SIM (using the APN 3internet) to get a public IP address allocated to the router so that the router can be accessed over the internet and then configuring port forwarding to connect to an IP camera on the LAN. It demonstrates that using a different APN the router will connect to the internet but will be given a PRIVATE IP address which means that you will be unable to connect to the router over the Internet and in this case will not be able to use port forwarding.

The video also explains the imporance of ensuring that the device on the LAN is correctly configured to ensure that it has the correct IP address AND default gateway and demonstrates what happens if the default gateway is incorrect or missing which is one of the most common reasons that port forwarding does not work.


D2377 – Taking the Guesswork Out of GSM/GPRS/3G/4G Connectivity

GPRS, 3G and 4G mobile Internet services are proving to be a reliable and low cost solution to provide internet connectivity for remote management and monitoring applications such as CCTV, Digital Signage / Remote Media, Banking, In-Vehicle / ANPR, building control and Wind and Solar energy management.

With the improvement in M2M 3G Routers and M2M 4G Routers the Always Available 3G and 4G Networks can be made more reliable and turned into ‘almost’ always on connections with back-up solutions such as ping reboot and SMS reboot to alleviate the problems of the 3G/4G internet connectivity reliability making wireless broadband for M2M an increasingly reliable way to provide connectivity.

Of course, these mobile 3G/4G routers need a mobile network signal in the first place, there is no point installing a 4G M2M router in a location and using a Vodafone SIM card if there is not a suitable signal nearby and that is where the new D2377 4G Signal Analyser comes into play. D2377 4G Signal Analyser

This handheld 4G Signal Analyser will provide information about the available networks in a particular locations, whether they are 2G (GPRS), 3G (UMTS) or 4G (LTE) and will also provide details about the cell station ID and signal strength.

The D2377 4G Signal Analyser is supplied with a detachable antenna so if you need to test the antenna location then you can connect the antenna to the D2377 and ensure that the 3G / 4G Antenna is located in the optimum position, You can also insert a SIM card into the D2377 unit and it will then lock onto that particular network and provide information specifically about that connection.

Teltonika RUT500 to replace Teltonika RUT104 3G Router

Teltonika have announced that the popular RUT104 M2M 3G Router will make it’s final production run in November and the new Teltonika RUT500 will be the replacement 3G router.

The RUT500 was originally designed to run alongside the RUT104, but the popularity of this new router has meant that the the production of the RUT500 now takes priority and it was an easy decision to make the RUT500 the primary 3G Router offering ion the Teltonika M2M connectivity range.

Teltonika RUT500 Front ViewTeltonika RUT500 Rear View


The RUT500 includes 3 x LAN Ports, 1 x WAN port, N Wireless WiFi connectivity and the SIM card is hidden behind the front panel of the router.  In terms of the Teltonika RUT500 functionality it continues to offer all of the features of the RUT104 including site to site VPN functionality, firewall, port forwarding and 3G keep alive Ping Reboot feature as well as now also offering SMS reboot for added convenience when using this 3G router for your remote site connectivity for management and monitoring.

RUT500 SIM card Insertion

As the largest Teltonika UK distributor, Westlake Communications have enhanced the RUT500 offering by including a DIN Rail mounting kit and a magnetic mount 3G antenna as these are not supplied as standard in the Teltonika RUT500 UK offering.  In fact the RUT500 is usually only supplied with 1 x Fixed 3G Antenna and 1 x Fixed WiFi Antenna and a mains power supply so the Westlake RUT500 3G Router offering means that existing users of the RUT104 and RUT105 routers can be assured of an easy transition to the new RUT500 and take advantage of this higher specification unit at the same price as the old RUT104 and RUT105 routers.

The Teltonika RUT500 HSPA+ router features a WAN Port so it can be connected to a second router such as an ADSL router and can use this WAN connection as it’s primary internet connection and automatically fail over to 3G when the internet connection via the WAN port is unavailable.  the RUT500 will then reconnect to the internet via the WAN port when it can determine the WAN internet connection has been re-established.  This makes the Teltonika RUT500 ideal for use as a failover 3G router so if you need ADSL backup using 3G then this router can provide this ADSL router failover functionality.

The Teltonika RUT500 3G Router includes all the advanced firewall and routing functions required for most M2M applications and it’s easy to use, web management interface makes set up and configuration of the router quick and simple.

For example, if  the Teltonika RUT500 is going to be used to provide 3G wireless broadband connectivity for a CCTV application to provide remote connection to a CCTV DVR then assuming that a Fixed IP SIM Card is being used then once the APN (Access Point Name – these are the settings provided by your SIM provider in order for the router to connect to their network) is entered then the only other thing that needs to be done it to set port forwarding and this is simply done by stating with external port you want to be forwarded to the internal IP address (the IP address of your DVR) and to state the internal port eg. you have a fixed IP address of allocated by your Fixed IP SIM card provider and you want to connect to your DVR which you have given an internal (LAN) IP address of and the DVR uses port 80 (this is the typical web server port).  You could use an external port of 5555 and port forward this to port 80 – this means that when you type the external IP address of and port 5555 (this is input in the address bar of your browser and would be entered as – the IP address would take you to the Teltonika router and then the router would see that you want to connect to port 5555 – it would then look at the port forwarding rule and deliver you to port 80 of  By using different external ports eg. 5555, 5556, 5557 you can have multiple devices connected on the LAN that you can remotely connect to even if they all use port 80.

One other thing to consider is setting the management settings on the Teltonika RUT500 router to allow remote access so you can monitor the router status remotely.  The Teltonika Router uses port 80 which is why we used different external port addresses in our port forwarding rules to route to other devices on the LAN which also use port 80.  You can also tick the box to enable https:// remote access to the router as a back door – so if you did want to use an external port 80 to route to an internal port 80 then this can be done and remote access to the router configuration can be still be achieved.

The Teltonika RUT500 also includes a ping reboot function which needs to be configured before you leave site becuase it is this very important function that will ensure a reliable and long term connection to the 3G network.  The ping reboot function will periodically ping an IP address on the internet to ensure there is a 3G connection and if it does not receive a reply the router will assume it has been disconnected from the internet and will automatically reboot and re-establish the 3G internet connection.  We uses Google DNS server IP addresses ( or as our IP addresses to ping because we assume that Google will pretty much have these servers up and running all the time and we set the ping frequency to 10 minutes with 2 attempts – this means every 10 minutes the RUT500 will ping and if if does not receive a reply it will try again 10 minutes later and if it still does not receive a reply it will reboot and re-establish the connection.

Other than the APN, port forwarding, remote management and ping reboot features there is very little else that needs to be configured on the RUT500 to provide a quick and reliable 3G connection for your remote connection to your equipment so whether you need 3G CCTV, a connection to upload content for your digital signage over 3G or reliable 3G internet for energy monitoring the Teltonika RUT500 is the ideal router at the ideal price to achieve this.

Teltonika RUT104 New HSPA+ 3G Router

The popular Teltonika RUT104 3G Router has had an upgrade and the new Teltonika RUT104+ now features high speed HSPA+ connectivity with download speeds up to 14.4mbps and also includes an updated web user interface as well as SMS reboot feature to compliment the existing Ping Rebbot keep alive feature which has made the Teltonika Routers popular for M2M remote monitoring and management applications such as remote connectivity to CCTV installations and remote connectivity over 3G for content management of digital signage installations.

Teltonika RUT104

The Teltonika RUT104 keeps the same robust aluminium casing but is now supplied with a DIN Rail Mounting kit to enable easy mounting of the router.  The RUT104 is supplied with 2 x GSM Antennas (Main and Aux) and 2 x WiFi Antennas.  The 3G Antennas use standard SMA connectors so can be removed and repleced with a variety of external or higher gain 3G Antennas.  This is useful for example where the 3G router is being installed in a location with a very poor or no 3G signal, but an external 3G antenna can be located nearby to deliver a 3G signal to the router via the connecting wire.


4G LTE Router – 2N Speedroute

This week see’s the launch of the iPhone 5 which supports 4G LTE Networks and this means that iPhone 5 users can take advantage of the new UK 4G LTE Network fro Everything Everywhere (Orange and T-Mobile) which is also due to go live this week which will mean that iPhone 5 users can access super fast mobile broadband with download speeds up to 25Mbps.

This new high speed 4G LTE Network also brings opportunities for home and business users to get fast mobile broadband by using a 4G LTE Modem which is fine for a single PC, so many 4G LTE users will be tempted to use a 4G LTE Router such as the 2N Speedroute.

The 2N Speedroute 4G LTE Router operates on all the major 4G LTE Bands, which means it will work with the Orange and T-Mobile LTE Network which uses the 1800Mhz Band and will enable users to insert their 4G LTE SIM Card and share their high speed LTE Internet connection using wired LAN connectivity and enable wireless connectivity with the built-in N Wireless WiFi service.

4G LTE Router

2N Speedroute

The 2N Speedroute 4G LTE Router will also work with HSPA+ and 3G Networks so if you don’t have access to 4G LTE Services yet then you can start using existing high speed 3G and HSPA+ Networks straight away and switch to 4G LTE services when they are available.


RUT500 HSPA+ Router

The Teltonika RUT500 is a new HSPA+ router available from teltonika offering up to 4 x 10/100 Ethernet ports and new high speed N Wireless WiFi connectivity as well as providing high speed HSPA+ mobile broadband connectivity using embedded HSPA+ modem technology.


Key Features:

  • HSPA+ 14.4Mbps DL and 5.75Mbps UL
  • Quadband UMTS and GSM
  • Complies with IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b wireless standards
  • Complies with IEEE 802.3 and IEEE 802.3u standards
  • Four Ethernet ports
  • Durable aluminum housing
  • External antennas
  • Integrated OpenVPN and Dynamic DNS
  • 3G backup WAN function
  • SMS reboot function
  • DIN rail mounting (optional)

Fixed IP SIM Cards

We will shortly be offering a new range of Fixed IP SIM cards on the orange and T-Mobile Networks.  these new 3G Fixed IP SIM cards tariffs will provide a competitive alternative to the existing Three Mobile and Vodafone Mobile Fixed IP SIM cards already available for use with our range of 3G Routers.

Orange and T-Mobile recently merged their networks to create the largest UK mobile phone network and Ofcom’s recent decision to grant them their 4G license makes them the ideal partner in the UK for the provision of M2M Data SIM cards.  Their existing 3G network which is ideal for use with 3G routers such as the Teltonika RUT104 is the largest 3G network in the UK and with the roll out over the next few years of their 4G LTE Network enabling the use of an LTE Router or 4G LTE Phones for high speed internet opens up the wireless broadband marketplace making it more convenient to use a 3G Router or 4G Router and the Everything Everywhere Mobile Broadband network to deliver connectivity for your M2M Application.