I live in a rural area and the only internet connection I can get is mobile broadband. I have a 3G Telstra Elite device which can run 7 devices.
I have just purchased 10 Lifx globes (wifi light globes) which i need to connect to the wifi network. What would be the best way to expand the number of devices i can run? I have been wondering whether there is a router that I can plug the Sim Card into or some way i can connect the pocket wifi to a router then run all the devices through the router.
Anyway i am sure the Crowdsupport community will know how to do this. Feel fre to recommend specific routers as i ned to get this sorted as I am always running out of IP connections
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You could connect your Lifx globes to a separate wireless access point, and iPads, computers and phones to the main 3G unit?
You would need to create two separate wifi networks using two different channels.