Datto Networking: LTE Failover - Acceptable Use Overview

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This article summarizes the intended use of LTE Failover. For full details about Datto's LTE usage policies, refer to the Datto Networking Product Terms of Use (requires Datto Partner Portal login).

Environment

  • Datto D200
  • Datto Networking Appliance (DNA)

Description

Both the Datto Networking Appliance (DNA) and the D200 are capable of delivering uninterrupted network connectivity by failing over to an LTE cellular carrier if they lose connection to the primary ISP. This feature is called LTE Failover. The carrier to which your device will fail over varies by model and region where it is deployed.

Acceptable Use

LTE Failover may only be used during temporary periods of primary internet service failure. It is not intended as a long-term substitute for primary internet service, nor may it be used in a manner which results in excessive data use over the LTE network. Note that certain device features may work in an altered or degraded state while the appliance is in LTE Failover. Additionally, some applications, such as those which rely on streaming video, may be inaccessible during LTE Failover.

Further Reading

For regional carrier information, see our D200: Hardware And Feature Specifications and Datto Networking Appliance (DNA): Region And Hardware Specifications articles.

To learn more about how LTE Failover works on your Datto appliance, see our Datto Networking: D200: LTE Failover and Datto Networking Appliance (DNA): LTE Failover articles.

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