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3G/4G(LTE)/5G – Mobilfunk (1)

Used in GermanyEXM-MBX-T2-5GDRibbonDuplex mode[A 1]Ăĺ (MHz)Common nameSubset of bandUplink[A 2] (MHz)Downlink[A 3] (MHz)Duplex spacing
(MHz)
Channel bandwidths[A 4] (MHz)Notes
GERMBX5Gn1FDD2100IMT1920 - 19802110 - 21701905, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 45, 50
MBX5Gn2FDD1900PCSn251850 - 19101930 - 1990805, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40
MBX5Gn3FDD1800DCS1710 - 17851805 - 1880955, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50
MBX5Gn5FDD850CLRn26824 - 849869 - 894455, 10, 15, 20, 25[B 1]
MBX5Gn7FDD2600IMT-E2500 - 25702620 - 26901205, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 50
MBX5Gn8FDD900Extended GSM880 - 915925 - 960455, 10, 15, 20, 35[B 1]
MBX5Gn12FDD700Lower SMHn85699 - 716729 - 746305, 10, 15
n13FDD700Upper SMH777 - 787746 - 756-315, 10
n14FDD700Upper SMH788 - 798758 - 768-305, 10
n18FDD850Lower 800 (Japan)n26815 - 830860 - 875455, 10, 15
MBX5Gn20FDD800Digital Dividend (EU)832 - 862791 - 821-415, 10, 15, 20
n24FDD1600Upper L-Band (US)1626.5 - 1660.5[B 2]1525 - 1559[B 3]-101.55, 10
n25FDD1900Extended PCS1850 - 19151930 - 1995805, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45[B 1]
n26FDD850Extended CLR814 - 849859 - 894455, 10, 15, 20
n28FDD700APT703 - 748758 - 803555, 10, 15, 20, 30
n29SDL700Lower SMHN/A717 - 728N/A5, 10
n30FDD2300WCS2305 - 23152350 - 2360455, 10
n34TDD2100IMT2010 - 2025N/A5, 10, 15
MBX5Gn38TDD2600IMT-E[B 4]2570 - 2620N/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40
n39TDD1900DCS-IMT Gap1880 - 1920N/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40
n40TDD2300S-band2300 - 2400N/A5[B 5], 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 80, 90, 100
MBX5Gn41TDD2500BRS2496 - 2690N/A10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
n46TDD5200U-NII-1-45150 - 5925N/A10[B 6], 20, 40, 60, 80LAA
n47TDD5900U-NII-45855 - 5925N/A10, 20, 30, 40V2X
n48TDD3500CBRS (US)3550 - 3700N/A5[B 5], 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50[B 6], 60[B 6], 70[B 6], 80[B 6], 90[B 6], 100[B 6]
n50TDD1500L-band (EU)1432 - 1517N/A5[B 5], 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 80[B 1]
n51TDD1500L-Band Extension (EU)1427 - 1432N/A5
n53TDD2400S band2483.5 - 2495N/A5, 10
n65FDD2100Extended IMT1920 - 20102110 - 22001905, 10, 15, 20, 50
MBX5Gn66FDD1700
2100
Extended AWS1710 - 17802110 - 2200[B 7]4005, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45[B 8]
n67SDL700EU 700N/A738 - 758N/A5, 10, 15, 20
n70FDD2000Supplementary AWS1695 - 17101995 - 20203005, 10, 15, 20[B 1], 25[B 1][B 8]
MBX5Gn71FDD600Digital Dividend (US)663 - 698617 - 652-465, 10, 15, 20, 25[B 1], 30[B 1], 35[B 1][B 8]
n74FDD1500Lower L-Band (US)1427 - 14701475 - 1518485, 10, 15, 20
n75SDL1500L-band (EU)N/A1432 - 1517N/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50
n76SDL1500Extended L-Band (EU)N/A1427 - 1432N/A5
MBX5Gn77TDD3700C-Band3300 - 4200N/A10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
GERMBX5Gn78TDD3500C-Bandn773300 - 3800N/A10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
MBX5Gn79TDD4700C-Band4400 - 5000N/A10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
n80SUL1800DCS1710 - 1785N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40
n81SUL900Extended GSM880 - 915N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20
n82SUL800Digital Dividend (EU)832 - 862N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20
n83SUL700APT703 - 748N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 30
n84SUL2100IMT1920 - 1980N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50
n85FDD700Extended Lower SMH698 - 716728 - 746305, 10, 15
n86SUL1700Extended AWSn801710 - 1780N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 40
n89SUL850CLR824 - 849N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 50 (sic)
n90TDD2500BRSn412496 - 2690N/A10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 80, 90, 100
n91FDD800
1500
DD (EU)
L-band (EU)
832 - 8621427 - 1432570 - 595[B 9]5, 10[B 10][B 8]
n92FDD800
1500
DD (EU)
L-band (EU)
832 - 8621432 - 1517600 - 660[B 9]5, 10, 15, 20[B 8]
n93FDD900
1500
Extended GSM
L-band (EU)
880 - 9151427 - 1432527 - 547[B 9]5, 10[B 10][B 8]
n94FDD900
1500
Extended GSM
L-band (EU)
880 - 9151432 - 1517532 - 632[B 9]5, 10, 15, 20[B 8]
n95SUL2100IMT2010 - 2025N/AN/A5, 10, 15
n96TDD6000U-NII-5-95925 - 7125N/A20, 40, 60, 80LAA
n97SUL2300S-band2300 - 2400N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
n98SUL1900DCS-IMT Gap1880 - 1920N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40
n99SUL1600Upper L-Band (US)1626.5 - 1660.5[B 2]N/AN/A5, 10
by Ascend GmbH | JF | 26.01.2022 | All statements without guarantee
Table Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/5G_NR_frequency_bands
MBX5G | Supported | according to: http://download.peplink.com/resources/pepwave_mbx_5g_5gd_datasheet.pdf
GER | Bands used in Germany | source: https://www.everythingrf.com/community/5g-frequency-spectrum-in-germany

ASCEND Router SIM (3)

First of all, you need a SIM card that allows connections to other network providers, such as the"ASCEND Router SIM card".
If you have these, it is relatively simple.
On the web interface of your router, go to
Network --> WAN --> Cellular (or similar)

Ascend Router SIM Carrier selection 1

In the menu that now opens, you will find the option"Carrier Selection" relatively in the middle. Press the"question mark" here

Ascend Router SIM Carrier selection 2

In the following dialog please click on"here"

Ascend Router SIM Carrier selection 3

Then please select"Manual Select"

Ascend Router SIM Carrier selection 4

Please click on"Scan" in the following pop-up window

CAUTION: This module will go offline for the duration of the network search. If this is your only Internet connection and you carry out this activity remotely (e.g. using InControl access), you will lose the Internet connection. It is therefore only advisable to do this if you have at least one other "healthy" Internet connection via which you can access the device or if you access the router locally via LAN.

Ascend Router SIM Carrier selection 4

Once the scanning process is complete, you can select the network provider and the card will now connect to it.

You only need to go to the web interface of your Peplink router under
Network --> WAN --> Cellular (for the corresponding module)
Activate "Data roaming"
APN: advancedinternet
SIM PIN: Enter twice. You will receive this with your SIM card or on request

ASCEND FAQ

The SIM card is recognized correctly by most routers and comes online directly.
For the static IPv4 address on your mobile device, please enter
advacedinternet
as APN.

B├╝ndelungs-Einstellungen (2)

The normal speed test usually takes about 20 seconds in each direction (upload and download).
It first measures the ping time, then the download and then the upload.
It no longer measures the latency (ping) during the download and upload test.
This means that the runtime for the data packets is measured in idle mode. Only then is the line put under load.
Only under load do the cables usually react more slowly than when idling. If you have nothing to do, you will reply to emails faster than if you have a full desk.
However, as latency is critical for real-time applications, the router automatically tries to keep latency in a low range. This means that it throttles the data rate if the latency exceeds a certain value. The same applies to packet loss. It attempts to minimize packet loss and latency using intelligent algorithms to ensure maximum stability.

In addition, the duration of 20 seconds is too short to correctly measure and level several bundled lines. By the time the router has collected the required data, which takes about 45 seconds, the data stream is already over.

You should therefore only perform tunnel speed tests with the integrated speed test or WAN analyzer with a minimum duration of 60 seconds. These values are reliable in any case. A speed test from a cell phone is at best an indication of "whether anything works at all".

You can find detailed information in the Speedfusion Deep-Dive from Peplink. Here: whitepaper-speedfusion-and-best-practices-2019_deutsch.pdf

WAN smoothing at Peplink means that the data is transmitted redundantly via several lines. Depending on the smoothing mode, this ranges from double to the number of WAN connections.
However, if the stream is still disconnected, there may be several reasons for this.

  1. The hub must be connected via a stable Internet connection. We strongly recommend a hub in a data center. You are welcome to host these streaming-optimized VPN hubs in our data center.
  2. If no line is available at your location, or if all lines are so poor despite redundancy that the same data packets are lost on all lines at the same time, then even the router can no longer compensate for this. However, this case is fortunately rather rare in practice. Here it can help to switch off WAN smoothing and switch to bundling mode and reduce the bit rate of the encoder.

Event FAQ (3)

From 1 to infinity depending on the solution.
We generally recommend dispatch solutions for up to 250 simultaneous users. For larger events, it is usually better if we come and install and commission the high-performance routers, switches and WLAN access points ourselves. In general, there are no limits to the number of users, you just have to make sure that the Internet bandwidth available on site is sufficient.

Here are a few examples of how we adapt to the requirements.

We need two standard CEE7 power connections, each with a 16 amp fuse. However, as the power consumption of our appliances is significantly lower, we can also cope with other variants after consultation.

Internetverbindungen (3)

Used in GermanyEXM-MBX-T2-5GDRibbonDuplex mode[A 1]Ăĺ (MHz)Common nameSubset of bandUplink[A 2] (MHz)Downlink[A 3] (MHz)Duplex spacing
(MHz)
Channel bandwidths[A 4] (MHz)Notes
GERMBX5Gn1FDD2100IMT1920 - 19802110 - 21701905, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 45, 50
MBX5Gn2FDD1900PCSn251850 - 19101930 - 1990805, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40
MBX5Gn3FDD1800DCS1710 - 17851805 - 1880955, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50
MBX5Gn5FDD850CLRn26824 - 849869 - 894455, 10, 15, 20, 25[B 1]
MBX5Gn7FDD2600IMT-E2500 - 25702620 - 26901205, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 50
MBX5Gn8FDD900Extended GSM880 - 915925 - 960455, 10, 15, 20, 35[B 1]
MBX5Gn12FDD700Lower SMHn85699 - 716729 - 746305, 10, 15
n13FDD700Upper SMH777 - 787746 - 756-315, 10
n14FDD700Upper SMH788 - 798758 - 768-305, 10
n18FDD850Lower 800 (Japan)n26815 - 830860 - 875455, 10, 15
MBX5Gn20FDD800Digital Dividend (EU)832 - 862791 - 821-415, 10, 15, 20
n24FDD1600Upper L-Band (US)1626.5 - 1660.5[B 2]1525 - 1559[B 3]-101.55, 10
n25FDD1900Extended PCS1850 - 19151930 - 1995805, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45[B 1]
n26FDD850Extended CLR814 - 849859 - 894455, 10, 15, 20
n28FDD700APT703 - 748758 - 803555, 10, 15, 20, 30
n29SDL700Lower SMHN/A717 - 728N/A5, 10
n30FDD2300WCS2305 - 23152350 - 2360455, 10
n34TDD2100IMT2010 - 2025N/A5, 10, 15
MBX5Gn38TDD2600IMT-E[B 4]2570 - 2620N/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40
n39TDD1900DCS-IMT Gap1880 - 1920N/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40
n40TDD2300S-band2300 - 2400N/A5[B 5], 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 80, 90, 100
MBX5Gn41TDD2500BRS2496 - 2690N/A10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
n46TDD5200U-NII-1-45150 - 5925N/A10[B 6], 20, 40, 60, 80LAA
n47TDD5900U-NII-45855 - 5925N/A10, 20, 30, 40V2X
n48TDD3500CBRS (US)3550 - 3700N/A5[B 5], 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50[B 6], 60[B 6], 70[B 6], 80[B 6], 90[B 6], 100[B 6]
n50TDD1500L-band (EU)1432 - 1517N/A5[B 5], 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 80[B 1]
n51TDD1500L-Band Extension (EU)1427 - 1432N/A5
n53TDD2400S band2483.5 - 2495N/A5, 10
n65FDD2100Extended IMT1920 - 20102110 - 22001905, 10, 15, 20, 50
MBX5Gn66FDD1700
2100
Extended AWS1710 - 17802110 - 2200[B 7]4005, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45[B 8]
n67SDL700EU 700N/A738 - 758N/A5, 10, 15, 20
n70FDD2000Supplementary AWS1695 - 17101995 - 20203005, 10, 15, 20[B 1], 25[B 1][B 8]
MBX5Gn71FDD600Digital Dividend (US)663 - 698617 - 652-465, 10, 15, 20, 25[B 1], 30[B 1], 35[B 1][B 8]
n74FDD1500Lower L-Band (US)1427 - 14701475 - 1518485, 10, 15, 20
n75SDL1500L-band (EU)N/A1432 - 1517N/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50
n76SDL1500Extended L-Band (EU)N/A1427 - 1432N/A5
MBX5Gn77TDD3700C-Band3300 - 4200N/A10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
GERMBX5Gn78TDD3500C-Bandn773300 - 3800N/A10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
MBX5Gn79TDD4700C-Band4400 - 5000N/A10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
n80SUL1800DCS1710 - 1785N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40
n81SUL900Extended GSM880 - 915N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20
n82SUL800Digital Dividend (EU)832 - 862N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20
n83SUL700APT703 - 748N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 30
n84SUL2100IMT1920 - 1980N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50
n85FDD700Extended Lower SMH698 - 716728 - 746305, 10, 15
n86SUL1700Extended AWSn801710 - 1780N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 40
n89SUL850CLR824 - 849N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 50 (sic)
n90TDD2500BRSn412496 - 2690N/A10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 80, 90, 100
n91FDD800
1500
DD (EU)
L-band (EU)
832 - 8621427 - 1432570 - 595[B 9]5, 10[B 10][B 8]
n92FDD800
1500
DD (EU)
L-band (EU)
832 - 8621432 - 1517600 - 660[B 9]5, 10, 15, 20[B 8]
n93FDD900
1500
Extended GSM
L-band (EU)
880 - 9151427 - 1432527 - 547[B 9]5, 10[B 10][B 8]
n94FDD900
1500
Extended GSM
L-band (EU)
880 - 9151432 - 1517532 - 632[B 9]5, 10, 15, 20[B 8]
n95SUL2100IMT2010 - 2025N/AN/A5, 10, 15
n96TDD6000U-NII-5-95925 - 7125N/A20, 40, 60, 80LAA
n97SUL2300S-band2300 - 2400N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
n98SUL1900DCS-IMT Gap1880 - 1920N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40
n99SUL1600Upper L-Band (US)1626.5 - 1660.5[B 2]N/AN/A5, 10
by Ascend GmbH | JF | 26.01.2022 | All statements without guarantee
Table Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/5G_NR_frequency_bands
MBX5G | Supported | according to: http://download.peplink.com/resources/pepwave_mbx_5g_5gd_datasheet.pdf
GER | Bands used in Germany | source: https://www.everythingrf.com/community/5g-frequency-spectrum-in-germany
  • Fiber optic cable: 1-2 ms
  • DSL: 7 ms
  • Cable: 20 ms
  • LTE: ~40 ms
  • Starlink: ~40-80 ms
  • Satellite: 700+ ms

WAN bonding and WAN balancing are two different approaches to improving the performance and reliability of wide area networks (WANs) used to connect remote sites, data centers and branch offices. Here are the differences between the two concepts:

WAN bonding (WAN bonding):

WAN bundling refers to the aggregation of multiple WAN connections into a single logical channel. With this approach, two or more separate WAN connections (e.g. DSL, cable, 4G/5G, leased lines) are combined into a single logical path. The bundled connection uses all existing connections in parallel to increase the overall data transfer rate. Special hardware or software technologies are used to merge the connections and achieve better throughput. WAN bundling offers increased bandwidth and improves connection reliability, as the failures of individual connections can often be intercepted by other remaining connections.

WAN balancing (WAN load balancing):

WAN balancing refers to the even distribution of data traffic across several WAN connections. In contrast to bundling, the individual connections are not aggregated, but the data traffic is distributed over several connections in order to balance the load. The load can be distributed in various ways, e.g. by protocol, application, IP address or port number. The aim is to optimize network performance by distributing data traffic across the available connections in order to avoid congestion and ensure efficient use of bandwidth.

To summarize, WAN bonding aggregates connections to increase overall bandwidth and resilience, while WAN balancing distributes traffic across multiple connections to achieve optimal load balancing and performance. The choice between the two depends on the specific requirements of a company and the available network resources.

IT Systemhaus (9)

Ein IT-Systemhaus bietet spezialisierte Dienstleistungen und ma├čgeschneiderte L├Âsungen, die auf die spezifischen Bed├╝rfnisse von Unternehmen zugeschnitten sind. Mit einem IT-Systemhaus wie ASCEND profitieren Sie von folgenden Vorteilen:

  • Umfassender IT-Support: St├Ąndige Unterst├╝tzung und Beratung, um sicherzustellen, dass Ihre IT-Systeme reibungslos funktionieren.
  • Netzwerkl├Âsungen: Optimierung und Verwaltung Ihrer Netzwerkinfrastruktur f├╝r maximale Effizienz und Sicherheit.
  • IT-Sicherheit: Implementierung von Sicherheitsl├Âsungen wie Firewalls, Antivirus-Software und Datenverschl├╝sselung zum Schutz vor Cyber-Bedrohungen.
  • Managed Services: Proaktive Verwaltung und Wartung Ihrer IT-Infrastruktur, einschlie├člich Server- und Netzwerkverwaltung.

ASCEND bietet zudem modernste Technologien und ein erfahrenes Expertenteam, das sich darauf konzentriert, IT-Probleme schnell und effizient zu l├Âsen, damit sich Unternehmen auf ihr Kerngesch├Ąft konzentrieren k├Ânnen.

Ein EDV-Systemhaus wie die ASCEND GmbH aus N├╝rnberg bietet umfassende Dienstleistungen und L├Âsungen im Bereich der elektronischen Datenverarbeitung (EDV) und Informationstechnologie (IT). Als EDV-Systemhaus ├╝bernimmt ASCEND die Planung, Implementierung und Wartung von IT-Infrastrukturen f├╝r Unternehmen jeder Gr├Â├če. Dazu geh├Âren unter anderem:

  • IT-Support und Beratung: ASCEND bietet kontinuierliche Unterst├╝tzung und Beratung, um sicherzustellen, dass Ihre IT-Systeme optimal funktionieren und Ihre Gesch├Ąftsprozesse unterst├╝tzen.
  • Netzwerkl├Âsungen: Von der Vernetzung von Standorten bis zur Bereitstellung sicherer und stabiler Internetverbindungen.
  • IT-Sicherheit: Implementierung von Sicherheitsma├čnahmen wie Firewalls, Antivirus-Software und Datenverschl├╝sselung, um Ihre IT-Infrastruktur vor Bedrohungen zu sch├╝tzen.
  • Managed Services: Umfassende Betreuung Ihrer IT-Infrastruktur, einschlie├člich Serverwartung, Benutzerverwaltung und Cloud-Services.

ASCEND stellt sicher, dass Ihre IT-Systeme nicht nur den aktuellen Anforderungen entsprechen, sondern auch zukunftssicher und skalierbar sind, um mit Ihrem Unternehmen zu wachsen.

Ein IT-Systemhaus wie die ASCEND ist ein Unternehmen, das eine Vielzahl von IT-Dienstleistungen und -L├Âsungen anbietet, um die IT-Infrastruktur von Unternehmen zu betreuen und zu optimieren. Als IT-Systemhaus ├╝bernimmt ASCEND Aufgaben wie IT-Support, IT-Beratung, Netzwerkl├Âsungen sowie die Implementierung und Verwaltung von IT-Sicherheitsma├čnahmen.

Die Kosten f├╝r die Dienstleistungen eines IT-Systemhauses wie der ASCEND GmbH aus N├╝rnberg k├Ânnen stark variieren und h├Ąngen von verschiedenen Faktoren ab. Dazu geh├Âren der Umfang der ben├Âtigten Dienstleistungen, die Gr├Â├če des Unternehmens und die spezifischen Anforderungen an die IT-Infrastruktur. Grunds├Ątzlich umfassen die Kosten folgende Bereiche:

  1. IT-Beratung und Planung: Hier werden die spezifischen Bed├╝rfnisse Ihres Unternehmens analysiert und ma├čgeschneiderte IT-L├Âsungen entwickelt.
  2. Implementierung und Installation: Die Kosten f├╝r die Einrichtung und Konfiguration von Netzwerken, Servern, Software und Sicherheitssystemen.
  3. Managed Services: Laufende Wartung und ├ťberwachung der IT-Infrastruktur, einschlie├člich Support und Updates.
  4. IT-Sicherheit: Implementierung von Sicherheitsma├čnahmen wie Firewalls, Antivirus-Software und Datenverschl├╝sselung.
  5. Lizenzen und Hardware: Kosten f├╝r Softwarelizenzen und die Anschaffung von Hardware wie Server, Computer und Netzwerkausr├╝stung.

Eine detaillierte Kostenaufstellung erhalten Sie in der Regel nach einer ersten Beratung, in der der genaue Bedarf ermittelt wird. ASCEND bietet zudem flexible Preismodelle, um den unterschiedlichen Anforderungen und Budgets ihrer Kunden gerecht zu werdenÔÇő.

Ein IT-Systemhaus wie die ASCEND GmbH aus N├╝rnberg bietet umfassende IT-Dienstleistungen und -L├Âsungen, die speziell auf die Bed├╝rfnisse von Unternehmen zugeschnitten sind. Die Hauptaufgaben eines IT-Systemhauses umfassen:

  1. IT-Beratung und Planung: Analyse der IT-Bed├╝rfnisse und Entwicklung ma├čgeschneiderter IT-L├Âsungen.
  2. Netzwerkverwaltung: Planung, Implementierung und Wartung von Netzwerken, um eine stabile und sichere Verbindung zu gew├Ąhrleisten.
  3. IT-Sicherheit: Implementierung von Sicherheitsma├čnahmen wie Firewalls, Antivirus-Software und Datenverschl├╝sselung zum Schutz der IT-Infrastruktur.
  4. Managed Services: Proaktive ├ťberwachung und Verwaltung der IT-Systeme, um Ausfallzeiten zu minimieren und die Effizienz zu maximieren.
  5. Software- und Hardware-Beratung: Unterst├╝tzung bei der Auswahl und Implementierung geeigneter Software und Hardware.

Ein IT-Systemhaus wie ASCEND bietet zudem kontinuierlichen Support und individuelle L├Âsungen, um sicherzustellen, dass die IT-Systeme der Kunden optimal funktionieren und zukunftssicher sind.

  1. Breites Dienstleistungsspektrum: ASCEND bietet eine Vielzahl von Dienstleistungen, darunter IT-Support, IT-Beratung, Netzwerkl├Âsungen und IT-Sicherheitskonzepte. Diese Dienstleistungen helfen Unternehmen, ihre IT-Infrastruktur effizient und sicher zu gestalten.
  2. Spezialisierung auf IT-Sicherheit: Ein Systemhaus wie ASCEND legt gro├čen Wert auf IT-Sicherheit. Dies umfasst die Implementierung von Sicherheitsma├čnahmen wie Firewalls, Antivirus-Software und Datenverschl├╝sselung, um die Systeme der Kunden vor Bedrohungen zu sch├╝tzen.
  3. Managed Services: ASCEND bietet Managed IT-Services an, die eine kontinuierliche ├ťberwachung und Wartung der IT-Systeme der Kunden sicherstellen. Dies umfasst die Betreuung von Servern, Netzwerken und Benutzern, um Ausfallzeiten zu minimieren und die Effizienz zu maximieren.
  4. Individuelle L├Âsungen: Jedes Unternehmen hat unterschiedliche Anforderungen. Ein Systemhaus entwickelt ma├čgeschneiderte L├Âsungen, die auf die spezifischen Bed├╝rfnisse und Gesch├Ąftsprozesse der Kunden abgestimmt sind.

Durch die Zusammenarbeit mit einem IT-Systemhaus wie ASCEND k├Ânnen Unternehmen sicherstellen, dass ihre IT-Systeme nicht nur den aktuellen Anforderungen entsprechen, sondern auch zukunftssicher und skalierbar sind, um mit dem Unternehmen zu wachsen.

Ein Systemhaus, wie die ASCEND GmbH aus N├╝rnberg, bietet eine umfassende Palette an IT-Dienstleistungen und -L├Âsungen, die speziell auf die Bed├╝rfnisse von Unternehmen zugeschnitten sind. Die Hauptaufgaben eines Systemhauses umfassen:

  1. IT-Beratung und Planung: Analyse der IT-Bed├╝rfnisse und Entwicklung ma├čgeschneiderter IT-L├Âsungen.
  2. Netzwerkverwaltung: Implementierung und Wartung von Netzwerken f├╝r stabile und sichere Verbindungen.
  3. IT-Sicherheit: Schutz der IT-Infrastruktur durch Firewalls, Antivirus-Software und Datenverschl├╝sselung.
  4. Managed Services: Proaktive ├ťberwachung und Verwaltung der IT-Systeme zur Maximierung der Effizienz und Minimierung von Ausfallzeiten.
  5. Hardware- und Software-Support: Beratung bei der Auswahl und Implementierung geeigneter Hardware und Software.
  6. Cloud-Services: Bereitstellung und Verwaltung von Cloud-L├Âsungen f├╝r Flexibilit├Ąt und Skalierbarkeit.
  7. WLAN-L├Âsungen: Planung und Implementierung von WLAN-Infrastrukturen f├╝r B├╝ros, Events und mobile Arbeitspl├Ątze.

ASCEND unterst├╝tzt Unternehmen dabei, ihre IT-Infrastruktur effizient und zukunftssicher zu gestalten, indem sie kontinuierlichen Support und individuelle L├Âsungen bieten.

Systemhaus-Dienstleistungen umfassen eine Vielzahl von IT-Services, die darauf abzielen, die IT-Infrastruktur von Unternehmen zu optimieren und zu betreiben. Ein Systemhaus wie die ASCEND GmbH aus N├╝rnberg bietet folgende Dienstleistungen an:

  1. IT-Beratung und Planung: Analyse der IT-Bed├╝rfnisse und Entwicklung ma├čgeschneiderter IT-L├Âsungen.
  2. Netzwerkverwaltung: Implementierung, Verwaltung und Wartung von Netzwerken f├╝r eine stabile und sichere Verbindung.
  3. IT-Sicherheit: Schutz der IT-Infrastruktur durch Firewalls, Antivirus-Software und Datenverschl├╝sselung.
  4. Managed Services: Proaktive ├ťberwachung und Verwaltung der IT-Systeme zur Maximierung der Effizienz und Minimierung von Ausfallzeiten.
  5. Hardware- und Software-Support: Unterst├╝tzung bei der Auswahl, Implementierung und Wartung von Hardware und Software.
  6. Cloud-Services: Bereitstellung und Verwaltung von Cloud-L├Âsungen f├╝r Flexibilit├Ąt und Skalierbarkeit.
  7. WLAN-L├Âsungen: Planung und Implementierung von WLAN-Infrastrukturen f├╝r B├╝ros, Events und mobile Arbeitspl├Ątze.

Diese Dienstleistungen sind darauf ausgelegt, Unternehmen zu unterst├╝tzen, ihre IT-Systeme effizient zu betreiben und kontinuierlich zu optimieren.

Ein Systemhaus, wie die ASCEND GmbH aus N├╝rnberg, bietet eine umfassende Palette an IT-Dienstleistungen und -L├Âsungen, die speziell auf die Bed├╝rfnisse von Unternehmen zugeschnitten sind. Die Hauptaufgaben eines Systemhauses umfassen:

  1. IT-Beratung und Planung: Analyse der IT-Bed├╝rfnisse und Entwicklung ma├čgeschneiderter L├Âsungen.
  2. Netzwerkverwaltung: Implementierung und Wartung von Netzwerken f├╝r stabile und sichere Verbindungen.
  3. IT-Sicherheit: Schutz der IT-Infrastruktur durch Firewalls, Antivirus-Software und Datenverschl├╝sselung.
  4. Managed Services: Proaktive ├ťberwachung und Verwaltung der IT-Systeme zur Maximierung der Effizienz und Minimierung von Ausfallzeiten.
  5. Hardware- und Software-Support: Beratung bei der Auswahl und Implementierung geeigneter Hardware und Software.

ASCEND unterst├╝tzt Unternehmen dabei, ihre IT-Infrastruktur effizient und zukunftssicher zu gestalten, indem sie kontinuierlichen Support und individuelle L├Âsungen bieten.

Peplink / InControl2 (4)

The easiest way is via https://incontrol.ascend.de
In rare cases, however, the router is displayed as offline although it should actually be online.
In these cases, the following can be checked/tried:

  • Check whether the connection to the Fusionhub still exists.
    • If necessary, set up a port forward here and use it to access the router's web interface
    • Connect to the Fusionhub via VPN and from there to the router's web interface
  • If the router has a public WAN IP, access can be attempted via this
  • Access to the LAN IP via a connected PC

To set up a captive portal, you first need a VLAN. The VLAN can be created at group level, just like the Captive Portal. To access the existing VLANs, simply click on a device group in the dashboard. New VLANs can also be created here.

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If a new VLAN needs to be created, simply click on "Add VLAN Network".

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First, a name and a VLAN ID must be assigned.

Under "Apply to", you can control which devices within the group receive this VLAN. If the VLAN is only to be made available for certain devices in the group, this can be achieved by using tags. The respective device can be tagged in the device details (by clicking on the router) via "Edit".

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The information about which captive portal is to be used for this VLAN can be left blank if the portal has not yet been created.

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A new captive portal can now be created at group level.

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The "Open Access" access mode is best suited for testing the captive portal.

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The design of the captive portal can now be customized via "Preview and Customization".

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There is a splash screen and a signed-in screen.

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An additional language can be added using the small cogwheel.
You can also upload a logo and a background image.

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The colors are specified in HTML format (hex color code).

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The splash screen contains the terms of use, which must be confirmed.

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The text in the signed-in screen can be customized for connections with and without data limit.

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The desired captive portal can now also be selected in the VLAN and is therefore available.

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Set private InControl with Peplink

The first option, namely a redirection from Peplink InControl to the private InControl instance, has the advantage that routers with factory settings also report to our incontrol.ascend.de hosted in Germany.

To do this, log in to Peplink InControl via the following link https://peplinkid.peplink.com log in.

After your authentication, click on "InControl 2" on this website

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Then click on the organization

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Then click on the group in which your routers are located that you want to use with the private Peplink InControl 2

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Within the group, move the mouse to "Settings (1)" and then click on "Device System Management (2)".

Then select "By Redirection" (3) under "Use External InControl Appliance" and enter "incontrol.ascend.de" (4) in "Primary Appliance Address".

If you now click on "Save Changes" (5), all Peplink devices that report to the public Peplink InControl2 will be redirected to "incontrol.ascend.de".

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Set private InControl on the device

The 2nd option, setting the private InControl to on the device, has the disadvantage that the device no longer reports to the private Peplink InControl2 in the event of a reset. For the sake of completeness, however, we explain them here.

Log in to the web interface of your Peplink router.

Click on "System"(1) at the top, then on "InControl"(2) on the left, check the box "Privately Host InControl" (3), enter "incontrol.ascend.de" under "InControl Host" and click on "Save"(5).

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Now the router will report to the private InControl hosted in Germany.

To reach the Ascend Peplink InControl, the router must be able to reach the IP behind "incontrol.ascend.de".
In particular the following ports:
TCP & UDP / 4246 Device Communication & Remote Webadmin
TCP / 443 Web Access & Device Communication

Peplink / MBX 5G (1)

Used in GermanyEXM-MBX-T2-5GDRibbonDuplex mode[A 1]Ăĺ (MHz)Common nameSubset of bandUplink[A 2] (MHz)Downlink[A 3] (MHz)Duplex spacing
(MHz)
Channel bandwidths[A 4] (MHz)Notes
GERMBX5Gn1FDD2100IMT1920 - 19802110 - 21701905, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 45, 50
MBX5Gn2FDD1900PCSn251850 - 19101930 - 1990805, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40
MBX5Gn3FDD1800DCS1710 - 17851805 - 1880955, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50
MBX5Gn5FDD850CLRn26824 - 849869 - 894455, 10, 15, 20, 25[B 1]
MBX5Gn7FDD2600IMT-E2500 - 25702620 - 26901205, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 50
MBX5Gn8FDD900Extended GSM880 - 915925 - 960455, 10, 15, 20, 35[B 1]
MBX5Gn12FDD700Lower SMHn85699 - 716729 - 746305, 10, 15
n13FDD700Upper SMH777 - 787746 - 756-315, 10
n14FDD700Upper SMH788 - 798758 - 768-305, 10
n18FDD850Lower 800 (Japan)n26815 - 830860 - 875455, 10, 15
MBX5Gn20FDD800Digital Dividend (EU)832 - 862791 - 821-415, 10, 15, 20
n24FDD1600Upper L-Band (US)1626.5 - 1660.5[B 2]1525 - 1559[B 3]-101.55, 10
n25FDD1900Extended PCS1850 - 19151930 - 1995805, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45[B 1]
n26FDD850Extended CLR814 - 849859 - 894455, 10, 15, 20
n28FDD700APT703 - 748758 - 803555, 10, 15, 20, 30
n29SDL700Lower SMHN/A717 - 728N/A5, 10
n30FDD2300WCS2305 - 23152350 - 2360455, 10
n34TDD2100IMT2010 - 2025N/A5, 10, 15
MBX5Gn38TDD2600IMT-E[B 4]2570 - 2620N/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40
n39TDD1900DCS-IMT Gap1880 - 1920N/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40
n40TDD2300S-band2300 - 2400N/A5[B 5], 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 80, 90, 100
MBX5Gn41TDD2500BRS2496 - 2690N/A10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
n46TDD5200U-NII-1-45150 - 5925N/A10[B 6], 20, 40, 60, 80LAA
n47TDD5900U-NII-45855 - 5925N/A10, 20, 30, 40V2X
n48TDD3500CBRS (US)3550 - 3700N/A5[B 5], 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50[B 6], 60[B 6], 70[B 6], 80[B 6], 90[B 6], 100[B 6]
n50TDD1500L-band (EU)1432 - 1517N/A5[B 5], 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 80[B 1]
n51TDD1500L-Band Extension (EU)1427 - 1432N/A5
n53TDD2400S band2483.5 - 2495N/A5, 10
n65FDD2100Extended IMT1920 - 20102110 - 22001905, 10, 15, 20, 50
MBX5Gn66FDD1700
2100
Extended AWS1710 - 17802110 - 2200[B 7]4005, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45[B 8]
n67SDL700EU 700N/A738 - 758N/A5, 10, 15, 20
n70FDD2000Supplementary AWS1695 - 17101995 - 20203005, 10, 15, 20[B 1], 25[B 1][B 8]
MBX5Gn71FDD600Digital Dividend (US)663 - 698617 - 652-465, 10, 15, 20, 25[B 1], 30[B 1], 35[B 1][B 8]
n74FDD1500Lower L-Band (US)1427 - 14701475 - 1518485, 10, 15, 20
n75SDL1500L-band (EU)N/A1432 - 1517N/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50
n76SDL1500Extended L-Band (EU)N/A1427 - 1432N/A5
MBX5Gn77TDD3700C-Band3300 - 4200N/A10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
GERMBX5Gn78TDD3500C-Bandn773300 - 3800N/A10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
MBX5Gn79TDD4700C-Band4400 - 5000N/A10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
n80SUL1800DCS1710 - 1785N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40
n81SUL900Extended GSM880 - 915N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20
n82SUL800Digital Dividend (EU)832 - 862N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20
n83SUL700APT703 - 748N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 30
n84SUL2100IMT1920 - 1980N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50
n85FDD700Extended Lower SMH698 - 716728 - 746305, 10, 15
n86SUL1700Extended AWSn801710 - 1780N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 40
n89SUL850CLR824 - 849N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 50 (sic)
n90TDD2500BRSn412496 - 2690N/A10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 80, 90, 100
n91FDD800
1500
DD (EU)
L-band (EU)
832 - 8621427 - 1432570 - 595[B 9]5, 10[B 10][B 8]
n92FDD800
1500
DD (EU)
L-band (EU)
832 - 8621432 - 1517600 - 660[B 9]5, 10, 15, 20[B 8]
n93FDD900
1500
Extended GSM
L-band (EU)
880 - 9151427 - 1432527 - 547[B 9]5, 10[B 10][B 8]
n94FDD900
1500
Extended GSM
L-band (EU)
880 - 9151432 - 1517532 - 632[B 9]5, 10, 15, 20[B 8]
n95SUL2100IMT2010 - 2025N/AN/A5, 10, 15
n96TDD6000U-NII-5-95925 - 7125N/A20, 40, 60, 80LAA
n97SUL2300S-band2300 - 2400N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
n98SUL1900DCS-IMT Gap1880 - 1920N/AN/A5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40
n99SUL1600Upper L-Band (US)1626.5 - 1660.5[B 2]N/AN/A5, 10
by Ascend GmbH | JF | 26.01.2022 | All statements without guarantee
Table Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/5G_NR_frequency_bands
MBX5G | Supported | according to: http://download.peplink.com/resources/pepwave_mbx_5g_5gd_datasheet.pdf
GER | Bands used in Germany | source: https://www.everythingrf.com/community/5g-frequency-spectrum-in-germany

Satelliteninternet (1)

Satellite bonding without TCP optimization and VPN via satellite
A satellite connection with a slow VPN connection via satellite

Due to the high latency of 700 ms to 2000 ms, VPN tunnels via satellite connections are usually extremely slow.
This is because the server is waiting for confirmation from the recipient that it has received all the data packets. If the server does not receive a confirmation, it stops sending data until it has received the confirmation. Due to the delay of approx. 800 ms, the server always sends a piece, waits again, sends again and so on. The data rate that is thus achieved is approx. 2-3 Mbit/s.

To solve this, we have the following solution:

Satellite bonding without TCP optimization and VPN via satellite
A satellite connection with a fast VPN connection via satellite, optimized for speed

We terminate the customer's VPN connection at our firewall in the data center and then establish encrypted connections via the satellite connection(s) to the remote peer. From there, it can also be encrypted on request and sent to the customer's end device.
This enables us to optimize data traffic for transmission via satellite.

Address

Wilhelm-Spaeth-Strasse 2
90461 Nuremberg

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Hotline

Germany only
0800-1488750

International
+49 911-148875-20

WhatsApp
+49 (0)911 148875-0

The opening hours

Monday to Friday, 09:00 to 18:00

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