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How do i know when X09 is using 4g+ ?   

When i connect a tp-link router i get 90mb + speed every time on 4g+ , but on X09 its 30 to 50 mb

Br Niklas

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Hello, there are multiple ways to check the Signal and the network used.

The first one is visual, by looking at the rear panel of the device, abobe the SIM1 slot. https://wiki.teltonika.lt/wiki/images/e/ee/Rutx09_hd_6.png

The second one is via the Interface of the device (192.168.1.1) https://wiki.teltonika.lt/view/RUTX09_Overview

Third one is via ssh interface.

https://wiki.teltonika.lt/view/Mobile_Signal_Strength_Recommendations

https://wiki.teltonika.lt/view/Gsmctl_commands

Regards

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That's only for 4g not 4g+ cat6 300mb, i want to see if it's using 4g+ or not
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Hi,

4G+ (or LTE-A, LTE Advanced) uses carrier aggregation (CA). So if CA is active, it means the router is using 4G+, if not, then it's using 4G.

You can check with this command: gsmctl -A AT+QCAINFO

When active, the response will look something like this:

+QCAINFO: "pcc",1348,100,"LTE BAND 3",1,128,-75,-9,-44,21
+QCAINFO: "scc",6300,50,"LTE BAND 20",1,127,-74,-8,-56,18

When not, it's like this:

"OK"