|Place of Origin:||Guangdong China|
|SIM card standard:||GSM11.11 3.3V|
|Size:||288 mm (W) x 418 mm (L) x 85 mm (H)|
|Network protocol:||IP, TCP, UDP, HTTP, ICMP, DHCP CL & SRV, NTP,|
|Packaging Detail:||1 unit in a box, 6 units in a carton|
|Selling Units:||Single item|
|Single package size:||42X29X8 cm|
|Single gross weight:||4.0 KG|
Remote and centralized management of SIM cards
No need to switch and recharge SIM cards on-site
Hot swap of SIM cards without powering off the SMB128
Free DDNS service to support dynamic public IP
Management of 128 SIM cards in standalone mode.
Free SIM Server for management of over 10,000 SIM cards
Counter measures for the techniques used for SIM card blocking
Online firmware upgrade
SIM Port: 128 ports
Power Adapter: DC 12V/2A
Max power consumption: 15W
Net weight: 1.34KG
Operating Tempreture: 0-45℃
Working Humidity: 10%-90% non condensation
1) SIM Bank mode: server mode
As shown in the above figure, several GoIP devices (up to 32 ways) can be connected to the SMB32 through Internet. The SIM cards installed with the devices are all integrated to the SMB32 to be controlled and scheduled by the latter.
2) SIM Bank mode: client mode
More than 10,000 SIM cards can be collectively scheduled and managed via the SIM Server. The planned tasks are allocated by the SIM Server.
3) SIM Bank mode: schedule mode
When schedule mode is used (schedule mode = schedule), devices of different zones will automatically exchange their SIM cards when it is time for schedule, so as to realize the automatic roaming of SIM cards. When this configuration is used, chaos mode is adopted for the relationship between the SIM cards and the remote-end devices.