by Skewett1

Ee mobile broadband router

Can anyone point me to some details of the router that comes with EE mobile broadband 200GB packages. 


I need to know what inputs and outputs there are so I can make sure I can attach home plugs etc to get my connection around my property. 


Thanks in advance

by Star Contributor
Star Contributor

Re: Ee mobile broadband router

The router has:

Two LAN ports for connecting to wired network devices.

Two antenna ports for connecting to an external antenna

USB Port


Please let us know if you need anymore help.

by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Ee mobile broadband router

Best have a look at / INTERACTIVE DEMO / Explore Device & rotate up 1st to see all the ports. Then rotate at your will to see other key features.

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by Skewett1

Re: Ee mobile broadband router

Thanks for that Peter. I'm assuming therefore that I can plug a switch box of some sort into one then, so I can add more network devices myself. I could use the other one for a power plug connection. Are you able to confirm that it will work in this way.


Also can anyone tell me whether I can plug a VPN connection into one  I work in a University and need to keep some data safe via Nord VPN



EE Community Support Team

Re: Ee mobile broadband router

Hello there @Skewett1


Thanks for coming to the community.


Has the link provided by @XRaySpeX helped you with this?


Thanks, Leanne.

by Star Contributor
Star Contributor

Re: Ee mobile broadband router

You can plug in an ethernet switch to connect up lots of other wired devices to one of the network ports and keep the other for your homeplugs yes.


VPNs *should* work but I'd wait for others with more experience of this to comment.

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