The Ruckus R510 received LTE uplink support in the form of the M510. The solution is well suited for buses, trains and other modes of transport due to transport certificates. But why not for a smaller and medium office where an LTE backup connection is required. Also ideal as a primary connection for small offices. The device also has a GPS receiver to track the location. See our support article for setup.
Because Smartzone APs already have DHCP NAT capability, the configuration does not change anything other than the model-based LTE parameter definition (APN), sim selection, primary and backup (e.g., ethernet wan) connection selection, and so on.
The M510 fully enables all SmartZone parameters, even data communication to the controller, speed limits, MESH, etc. You can also add standard Ruckus APs to the network, which operate in bridging mode.
The M510 LTE uplink AP can also be duplicated, so there are multiple DHCP NAT servers on the network if needed.
An example of a topology with duplicate APs, where both APs have an Ethernet uplink and an LTE uplink, there are common Wi-Fi APs in bridge mode on the LAN.Ruckus M510 AP