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Does anyone else have any issues with the web UI being ungodly slow on the RUT240's? I put it down to being a slow unit at first but have just ordered another and it's exactly the same. Even out of the box before I set anything fancy up.

All antennas connected. With or without a SIM inserted (and connected) its the same. With an Ethernet WAN it's the same. Firmware is reported as up to date (RUT2XX_R_00.01.12.3). It's a shame because its a nice little box but if this is the expected behaviour it's not up to the task and will be being RMA'd as faulty and I will look at other manufacturers.

Nick
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Yes, I have the same problem with hundreds of modems.
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I had the same reaction when I got a RUT240 yesterday.  The processor seems great for its primary job but lousy for the web interface, which is sluggish -- especially when you tweak a setting and it takes ages to update the configuration.  I think this is just something we need to live with, as in normal use we shouldn't need to be fiddling with settings too often.

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Hi,

It is true that it is slower than all other Teltonika devices, but there could be other issues causing this.

  • Make sure you cleared all the cache stored in your browser.
  • Try any other browser instead of the one you're using now.

Also, there are other ways to configure your router without navigating through WebUI.

https://wiki.teltonika-networks.com/view/Command_Line_Interfaces

https://wiki.teltonika-networks.com/view/UCI_command_usage

https://wiki.teltonika-networks.com/view/RUT240_SMS_Utilities

With 1.13 firmware update in the future, there should be some optimizations to WebUI and how it loads pages. And someday, in the future, it is planned to release RutOS on RUT240 that will greatly increase WebUI experience, so I would suggest having some patience and configuring your device through WebUI only when needed.

EB.

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Hi EB

Thanks for that response. I have tried multiple browsers and different PCs, still the same. It seems to work ok (ish) for a while then go really slow. Running a top command from the CLI doesn't show anything taking up significant amounts of resources.

Unfortunately my project is happening right now, not at an unknown point in the future, so if I lose my patience with it again today it will be going back in the box and I'll use a Mikrotik instead. I didn't buy the router in the future, I bought it this week. If something isn't ready to release to the market then you don't release it or you advertise it as "with a faulty webUI".

Nick
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I'm sorry that our RUT240 product doesn't meet your requirements and expectations. If you're looking for faster responding WebUI you should consider looking at our other products like RUT9 and RUTX series. For now, there is nothing else I can offer you.

EB.
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RutX series are a whole lot faster as Ernestas says.  I have a 240 and rutx09 and the webUI speed is night and day.  I can put up with the 240 though, has the advantage of having very low power consumption and now its setup I don't go on the UI so much.