The Cambium Networks cnPilot R190V Internet Router is a cost-effective, cloud-managed wireless connectivity solution for ISP home clients and features built-in ATA, remote visibility, robust features and easy management.
Simplifying in-home Wi-Fi
Cloud-controlled cnPilot routers simplify ISP roll out of indoor home Wi-Fi. The router incorporates 3 additional functions in one package: Wi-Fi, an ATA to connect telephone and fax, and PoE out for powering up Cambium’s CPEs (subscriber modules).
Making the case – return on investment (ROI)
It’s estimated that over 60% of customer complaint calls to service providers (SPs) for “poor internet service” result from unmanaged home routers, purchased and deployed by end customers themselves. Service providers lose money servicing these complaints with no visibility to the indoor home router, with no improvement in customer satisfaction, high subscriber churn, or ability to recover lost revenue opportunities. The R190V gives service providers more options than before as the ATA port enables ISPs to provide Voice-over-IP phone service, creating a new line of revenue for the ISPs reduce service call costs with client visibility via cnMaestro with the ezView tool.
Remote Cloud on On-Premises Managed
The cnPilot R190V solution can be deployed with Cambium’s cnMaestro cloud controller that offer Zero touch onboarding, inventory tracking and monitoring, dashboard views with alarms and remote mass upgrade.
With ezView, cnMaestro offers rich client and device troubleshooting capabilities integrated with ongoing management. When backhauled wirelessly, ezView’s single-pane-of-glass display shows data from clients, the Wi-Fi router (R190V), and the ePMP or PMP 450 wireless links backhauling the router.
Single dashboard view and rich statistics ensure rapid root cause detection and issue resolution. One-click functionality reveals the health of all network nodes related to the problem area. Troubleshoot end user client connectivity on any WLAN from a single console no onsite visit required to debug wired or wireless connectivity configurations.
Multiple SSIDs and Service Provider (community) SSID’s
Enables service providers to offer SSIDs across their network as users travel from home, to outdoor public hotspot and to local business/small enterprise or campus. This allows network operators to promote their brand throughout their customers’ daily journeys.
* VoIP SoC: MIPS Single-core 580MHz
* Flash: 16MBytes Flash
* CPU: MT7628
* RAM: 64MBytes DDR3 RAM
* WAN Port: 1x RJ-45 (Eth 100 Base-T)
* LAN Ports: 3x RJ-45 (Eth 100 Base-T)
* FXS Ports: 2x RJ-11
* FXS Support: Support VoIP with SIP
– 802.11 b/g/n support
– 4x SSID
– Static WEP(64/128bit)
– Dynamic WEP(64/128bit)
– MAC certification
– WEP certification
– AP Isolation
– MBSSID AP Isolation
– Station list
– Wireless MAC Filter
– Firmware Upgrade
– Web Management Interface
– IVR-driven Management
* Call Features:
– 3-way conference
– Call hold
– Call forwarding
– Call Transfer
– Call waiting
– Caller ID and CWCID
– DTMF Relay: In-band, Out-band, SIP INFO
– QoS Layer 3
– Call Log
– Dial Plan SIP-ATA