Wireless Access

Occasional Contributor I

Public Transport WiFi


We have an opportunity to offer WiFi for trains and I've read a number of other threads, but wasn't sure which solution to go with.

My idea was to use IAP with LTE as backhaul.

Something like 205H has a USB port for LTE dongle.

I guess that the same thing can be done on a 225?


What about having some type of a router which supports LTE and has a number of Ethernet ports (and even PoE), so that we need only 1 SIM card per train if we will have multiple APs? Any recommendations?


The idea would be to use Aruba Central to manage all of the APs.

Occasional Contributor I

Re: Public Transport WiFi

Does Aruba have any EN50155 compliant equipment?

New Contributor

Re: Public Transport WiFi


     I have the same requirement on EN50155 compliant AP. Any solution for this? Or do we have similar certification?


Hi _N_,

      did you found any solution? Please do share if you found.


Thank You.

Aruba Employee

Re: Public Transport WiFi


Did you find anything on this subject? I would also be interested in offering these for a project. 

MVP Expert

Re: Public Transport WiFi

Aruba does not currently have any products certified for EN50155

Jerrod Howard
Distinguished Technologist, TME
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