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HIGH-SPEED, LOW LATENCY
Starlink enables video calls, online gaming, streaming, and other high data rate activities that historically have not been possible with satellite internet. Users can expect to see download speeds between 100 Mb/s and 200 Mb/s and latency as low as 20ms in most locations.
Are you disappointed with your DHL, LTE, or WISP Connection? Boost your connection by adding Starlink, or get blazing speed in nowhere. Starlink is designed to deliver high-speed, broadband internet, even to places where access has been unreliable, too expensive, or completely unavailable. The service has been available here since February last year and covers most of the country. The Herald has reported that they believe that over 10,000 have signed up for the service here in Aotearoa NZ.
Our Peplink recommendation for Your Starlink connection
If you want to utilize the full power of your Starlink connection, we recommend the Balance 310X if you need to bond all the bandwidth (2.5Gbps total throughput, 600Mbps of SpeedFusion).
If you want to utilize a 4G Failover together with your Starlink connection, use a Balance 20X with a CATXX/5G flex module (giving you two carriers additionally to your Starlink connection).
Max BR1 Pro 5G
The BR1 Pro 5G with Wi-Fi 6 is integrated with
the new generation multi-core CPU is ensuring delivery of gigabit speeds.
CONNECTING THE UNCONNECTED
Starlink enables access to essential online services and resources for rural communities that are still unserved by traditional internet service providers.
Without the bounds of traditional ground infrastructure, Starlink can be deployed in a matter of minutes to support emergency responders in disaster scenarios.
Starlink's new Flat High Performance designed for in-motion use is now available. With Immediately access high-speed, low-latency internet on an as-needed basis at any destination where Starlink provides active coverage.
High-speed, low-latency internet with up to 350 Mbps download while at sea. Starlink Maritime hardware bears a small footprint, demands minimal above deck space.
App (Dish Management) Access / Peplink
If you connect the Starlink dish to Peplink router WAN ports in DHCP/NAT mode, with an automatic DNS, and would like to use the management app (as LAN client) to manage the dish via IP: 192.168.100.1. Peplink has a new feature introduced in Firmware 8.1.2 to allow you to do so.
Go to the WAN Connection Settings, check the "Connection Method" = "DHCP", click on the (?) beside the "Hostname (Optional)", then click on the "here" to proceed.
Enter the "Management IP Address", which can be range from 192.168.100.2 - .254 (eg. 192.168.100.100), leave the subnet mask as it is. Then save the settings and click the Apply Changes to activate the feature.
You should able to access the Starlink Dish via 192.168.100.1.
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