5.3 Traversal Cloud

Traversal Cloud is a secure NAT tunnel tool to provide remote control function on the 4G outdoor routers and connected hosts.

After enabling the Traversal Cloud, you can access and control the 4G routers anytime, anywhere, on a web browser. It offers the easiest way to look over your networks. No public IP address and DDNS configuration are required.


The traversal cloud is turn off by default. You can follow the below steps to enable it.

  1. Log in to the router, go to "Services > Traversal Cloud."

  2. Click the checkbox "Enable" and click the button "Save & Apply."

  3. Click the cloud address or copy it to the address bar on a web browser to access the router.

Recommended to set up a strong router password (refer to step 4.2.2) before enabling the traversal cloud.

No guarantee of this free service. Some cellular carriers might block the port number used by this cloud connection.


If unable to access the cloud address, please check the below factors.

  1. Ensure the traversal cloud has been enabled. After enabling the checkbox, please click the "Save & Apply" button.

  2. Before access the traversal cloud server, the router must have an Internet connection. Check the Internet connection on the router.

  3. If you once turned off the traversal cloud function within a power cycle, please reboot the router to refresh the traversal connection session.

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