Now you and your associates with WiFi-enabled devices can share a mobile or fixed broadband connection to the Internet. Computers, tablets, handhelds, gaming devices, music players, e-readers and more can access the Internet wherever you can use a broadband modem. Just plug in a 3G/4G USB modem, compatible smartphone or fixed broadband modem, and then all the WiFi devices you choose have fast, easy Internet access.
Use it for just yourself, or share it with family members, friends, or business associates.
The Zoom Travel Router works anywhere your mobile or fixed broadband modem works - in a car, at home or wherever you work: outdoors, at the airport, in a hotel, at a trade show, or almost anywhere you can imagine. You don't even need a power outlet! The Travel Router works for up to 7 hours on its built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery. It also works and recharges when its small power cube is plugged into a power outlet. When using the AC power adapter, the Model 4506 will charge a tethered smartphone.
The Travel Router is pocket-sized and light, so it's easy to bring with you. And its wireless-N networking capability is fast, with extended range for maximum mobility.
The Travel Router can expand the range and enhance the data rate of your mobile broadband connections. Place the Travel Router and 3G/4G modem or smartphone where the cellular signal strength is best. Then the Travel Router will complete the local connection to client devices with a robust wireless-N signal.
With support for wireless-N, B and G, the Travel Router is compatible with the full range of WiFi devices. All the popular wireless security modes are supported, including WEP, WPA, WPA2, and WPS, so it's easy to control who has access to your broadband connection.
The Model 4506 packs powerful router capabilities into its small size, with advanced features like SPI firewall, VPN pass-through, remote management, Universal Plug and Play, support for up to 253 simultaneous users, and other advanced router functions. The Model 4506 also supports a wide range of connection approaches to your Internet Service Provider, including static IP, dynamic IP (DHCP client), PPTP, L2TP, PPPoE, 3G and 4G LTE. An ADSL or cable modem can be plugged into the Ethernet port to add router and security features to your fixed broadband service. Add a 3G or 4G LTE modem to the setup for a cellular broadband backup to your wired Internet connection.