I 'd like to buy an opensource operated 4G / Lte modem router
without wi-fi without bluetooth
with very good speed and RAM size - to enable future options
The device is intended for atationary use - to be directly powered from
wall outlet without battery - to provide web access for one computer
Being a novice on these matters i intend to learn things thoroughly but for now
i prefer a friendly GUI - with easy (as close as possible to automatic) initial
configuration of web access via Cellular carrier, frequent & (as close as possible to) automatic online updates for the long run
Am i being realistic ?
Can you suggest a suitable device ?
I'd appreciate any feedback
I've got just the device for you. Let me see if I can dig out a link. where are you based?
This is the one. Take a look at the specs. I've brought their 'BRUME' and 'MUDI' devices for customization, which I posted yesterday, and they gave me 5% off them. If you're interested I can try and get a 5% code for this device.
The Spits looks really good, just bear in mind one thing in case it matters to you: the built-in switch is not Gigabit:
Two 10/100M Ethernet ports, One USB 2.0, One MicroSD card slot
I started a similiar thread:
My motivation for no wifi and no battery is to prevent the ISP from labeling it as a "Mobile Hotspot".
The thread has 2 links that show the build on a Rasberry Pi3.
If you have other reasons for no wifi, most routers allow you to disable it.