What Is a Core Network, and How Does it Affect Cellular Devices?
When a cellular device connects to a telecommunications provider and receives service, it connects to the provider’s “core network,” sometimes referred to as a backbone network, mobile core network, or network core. This is the collection of network infrastructure that:
New event on the emnify platform: 75% of your monthly limit reached
The emnify platform gives you the opportunity, through the service policies, to set up a monthly data & SMS limit. This feature is now complemented with a new event/alert warning you that 75% of said limit has been reached.
How access any IoT device or web server behind a Teltonika Networks router
Cellular connectivity is the most favorable way of connecting IoT devices. However, other use cases may encompass many local devices that do not need a SIM card but communicate with a gateway/router. The IoT router is therefore equipped with an emnify SIM and sends the aggregated data through a cellular network to the desired cloud service. Common examples are utility sensors in a building communicating with a smart meter gateway or web servers running in a local network behind a router. Having one device communicating with a platform via cellular connectivity increases efficiency and reduces complexity. But what if you wanted to remotely access a specific device behind the router, for troubleshooting or configuration purposes?