Jenneth Orantia
Smarter Writer

Jenneth Orantia is a journalist who has been reporting on tech developments and trends for the last decade

Jenneth Orantia
Smarter Writer

Jenneth Orantia is a journalist who has been reporting on tech developments and trends for the last decade

If you are unable to get a fixed broadband connection installed at your premises and the mobile network signal indoors is poor, the Telstra Outdoor Gateway is an excellent solution.

It consists of an IP67-rated weatherproof outdoor gateway that connects to Telstra’s expansive Next G® network (typical download speeds between 1.1Mbps and 20Mbps) and a Wi-Fi access point to use indoors that shares the data connection. You can connect up to 16 devices to the Wi-Fi network simultaneously, and the indoor gateway comes with three Ethernet ports for connecting devices that don’t support Wi-Fi (such as, older computers and entertainment systems).

Telstra Outdoor Gateway

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