Q1: Is it the only way to manage the digital output of UR32 by activating the digital input?
Answer: Yes, and it can also be activated by SMS, Modbus commands and CLI commands.
Q2: If I don't use SIM card in Milesight industrial routers, can I get data from GPS function via Wi-Fi?
Answer: Yes. Milesight industrial routers support sending data to TCP server. If your PC and router are under the same network (via Wi-Fi or Ethernet), you can open a TCP server software on the PC and configure GPS IP Forwarding on router to connect your TCP server and send data to it.
Q3: Does UR32 have NAT-T on by default for IPsec?
Answer: Yes. There is no need to configure it.
Q4: Does UR35-L00E variant work in all countries/continents or are there different versions for the countries? Would you also have a modem in the program that works all over the world, meaning that we only have to buy one version?
Answer: The UR35-L00E is suitable for EMEA areas. If you need a global version please contact Milesight about it.
Q5: Can UR3x router accept NBN via Ethernet and have a 4G connection built in that automatically switch to 4G if NBN fails?
Answer: Yes if NBN can offer Internet thought Static IP/PPPoE/DHCP settings of UR3x WAN port. And it supports Failover between WAN and 4G cellular network.
Q6: I would like to have a local domain name when I connect to the web server from the LAN2 port. It is configured as DHCP_Server_1 (Bridge0). Is this possible with a UR32?
Answer: No. To access to LAN device, only IP address is possible.