Teltonika RUT950 LTE 4G Router

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Teltonika RUT950 LTE 4G Router
Teltonika RUT950 LTE 4G Router


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Specification: Teltonika RUT950 LTE 4G Router


1 Lithium Ion batteries required.

Is discontinued by manufacturer


Product Dimensions

10 x 11 x 5 cm, 280 Grams

Date First Available

13 Feb. 2015



Item model number


Guaranteed software updates until


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8 reviews for Teltonika RUT950 LTE 4G Router

4.1 out of 5
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  1. D W WHITE

    I live in an area of really bad mobile connection it doesn’t connect. I had to get a friend to test if it was working

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  2. David

    Full function router with more options and settings than I understand or probably need.

    No proper support. Teltonika tell you to contact the company you bought it from and not them. That company will forward your query.
    That’s not going to make solving problems quick or easy.
    So I can only recommend network savvy people consider this clever router

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  3. Cecil Turtlebasher

    What do I mean by that? We desperately needed a backup connection and our remote site is blessed with great 4G/LTE from all the providers. This connected beautifully (Thanks to the two SIM slots) to EE and Vodafone. Swapping networks manually wasn’t as smooth as I’d hoped, but a few seconds later the connection pops back up.
    The issue – 100mbps ports. Our firewalls WAN ports are 1G/10G SFP, so even with a converter we could not connect this and force it to a lowly 100mbps.
    That being said, if you were using this as your primary gateway – it has a WAN port and you can set priorities – it would be brilliant, it just didn’t suit our needs.

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  4. dr m c jozefowicz

    Hard to get above 30Mbp/s dowload, and 5Mbp/s, better spend for at least CAT6 router if higher speed are required. But apart from that signal to device is excellent and software is easy and well documented.

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  5. Amazon Customer

    Bought for my campervan but set up at home to try and now get WiFi at the far end of the garden (50m)
    BT router loses WiFi by half way down our garden but this still has full bars at twice that distance. Even better than a previous NETGEAR nighthawk I had which had to be hardwired to the router.
    Set up to prioritise my home broadband and then default to 3 Sim on 3or4g if it drops off.
    Because it doesn’t need a lan cable you can put it in much better places eg upstairs.

    Will be going in my camper but I’m seriously considering getting another one for home.

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  6. Amazon Customer

    Very well designed software and interface.

    Stability of 4G connection is a worry. I left a continuous ping running but still the connection dropped, sometimes for more than an hour. It could be an issue with the cellular provider though.

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  7. Sarah Elford

    Worked as expected, well it does once I put the sim card in slot 1 🙂
    The admin webpage lets you see the signal strength and although the 4G antennas that come with it are ok, bigger antennas will give a stronger signal.

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  8. thenetworkchap

    using in remote barn location for CCTV and no issues, easy to mount and manage.

    dual sim support for failover and load balancing

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