NOTE: The USR3510 has been discontinued in North America. The Courier® M2M 4G LTE CAT 1 Cellular Gateway USR3513 is the recommended replacement.
The new USR Courier M2M 3G Cellular Gateway provides LAN to WWAN routing and GPS functionality in a single device certified on all major 3G cellular networks (CDMA/EVDO and WCDMA/HSPA+). An embedded serial port allows quick implementation for a wide variety of serial based systems already out in the field making it ideal for M2M Serial applications including remote maintenance and control, Point of Sale, monitoring, and automation. The Courier Cellular Gateway is simple to configure locally or remotely from your PC, tablet or smartphone with the cloud based GUI allowing fast implementation —reducing customer costs significantly and lowering the entry barriers to a wide range of M2M solutions and an easier transition from analog to cellular. Built-in watchdog applications provide persistent connectivity for M2M applications that require always-on bidirectional data transfers. USR's cellular modems and gateways continue to offer reliable, secure connections for mission critical applications — now for both GSM and CDMA networks allowing more flexible and cost-effective global solutions.
Product Code: USR3510
US Availability: Discontinued in US
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Most cellular networks use a different type of technology that isn't compatible with dial-up analog systems. The high level answer is that most cellular data networks are packet based, rely on IP addresses, and are client/server whereas dial-up systems are peer-to-peer direct connection and rely on phone numbers which normally cannot communicate without additional hardware and/or software that could complicate how a solution works.
The cost of analog phone lines is on average $50 per month per line in North America. Cellular services when pooled can provide even greater cost savings with small data packages and low data volumes. The cost savings increase as the volume goes up, whereas the dial-up monthly expenses are consistent but pricey.
Possibly. Depending on how your SIM is provisioned, it may allow a cellular modem or gateway to originate a connection to the IP address of a TCP/IP server on the Internet. If your SIM does work, you won’t have M2M features like static IP address, data pooling, peer-to-peer routing, or host-to-device VPN.
When the cellular service is provided by a Mobile Network Operator (MNO), the IP address reported by the USR3510 GUI may be public and routable. Normally this IP address provided by the MNO will be dynamic so it will change periodically, and the MNO may block access to this IP address with a firewall.
When the cellular service is provided by a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO), the IP address reported by the USR3510 GUI is not public and routable. The reported IP address is used only by the MVNO to contact the cellular network. The MVNO will translate the IP address using Network Address Translation (NAT) and provide you with a different routable IP address. The USR3510 cannot report that IP address. The MVNO will control whether your IP address is private or public, and static or dynamic.
For more information on expansion cards, SIMs and data rates contact USR at 877-710-0884 or send us an email.
This video is an overview of things to take into consideration when choosing a cellular gateway- specifically what accessories are included with the USR3510. Accessories like power supply and antennas may not be included with other gateways and may affect overall cost of implementing a cellular device.
Length: 2:52 minutes
Easy solutions to prevent unintended excessive cellular data usage while configuring a USR3510/USR803510 USR Courier® M2M Cellular Gateway.
Length: 13:50 minutes
Understanding the Cellular data communication technology differs from legacy dial-up analog connections.
Common Misunderstandings 1:05
Making Cellular Work 2:12
Additional Online Documentation 7:37
Length: 8:22 minutes
How to install a SIM Card in the USR3510/USR803510 Cellular Gateway.
Length: 1:32 minutes
Learn how to connect a USR3510/USR803510 Cellular Gatewayto a GSM cellular network.
1:35 Attach the Antennas and initial GUI login
2:35 Prevent Excessive Data Usage during Set-up & Firewall configuration
4:50 Configure Gateway for your cellular network
6:45 Verify Connectivity
Length: 8:29 minutes
Learn how to connect a USR3510/USR803510 Cellular Gateway
1:15 Attach the Antennas and initial GUI login
2:05 Prevent Excessive Data Usage during Set-up & Firewall configuration
4:20 Configure Gateway for your cellular network
5:30 Verify Connectivity
Length: 7:06 minutes
Introduction to the USR Universe Provisioning Server for USR3510/USR803510 Cellular Gateway. What is the USR Universe? Why use it or why not to?
Length: 6:37 minutes
This video shows how to connect to remote equipment using a Mobile-Terminated Cellular Connection over Ethernet, including a demonstration with a NAS uni and a USR3510 Cellular Gateway.
0:14 Machine-to-Machine Data Communications
1:05 Part 1 Outline
1:33 Part 2 Outline
2:15 Part 1 - The Solution
2:20 Target equipment
2:50 USR3510 cellular gateway
3:38 Ethernet connectivity
5:30 Cellular network connectivity
7:29 Inbound Port Forwarding
10:04 Part 2: Demonstration
10:34 Equipment and services used for demo
12:40 Choose & Configure IP addresses
15:11 Configure gateway
18:43 Verify cellular connectivity
19:46 Test connectivity to target equipment
Length: 22:01 minutes
This video shows how to setup and test a Cellular M2M system to make Mobile-Terminated or Mobile-Originated connections with remote Serial Equipment using a USR3510 Cellular Gateway.
0:15 Part 1 Outline
0:50 Part 2 Outline
1:18 Part 1: The Solution
2:08 Target Equipment
2:50 USR3510 Cellular Gateway
3:50 Serial Connectivity
8:55 Cellular network connectivity
9:05 Mobile-Originated Connectivity
11:09 Mobile-Terminated M2M System
13:20 Serial Port to TCP for Mobile- Terminated and Mobile-Originated
14:19 Mobile-Terminated approaches for 2 or more target units
15:31 Part 2: Demonstration
16:00 Equipment and services use for demonstration
17:55 - choose serial cabling
18:32 - configure gateway
22:13 - verify cellular connectivity
23:16 - test connectivity to target equipment
25:54 Total Running Time