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home LTE

My wife and I are looking at getting Home LTE, which I assume is provided by the MiFi device.  Per the specs, it says it can handle 10 WiFi devices and 3 hard wired.  Is there any MAC limit for the hard wired? Such as, can I connect a switch to the backside etc without any issues?  Also, is there any way to set the device into bridge mode?  Thanks in advance

Re: home LTE
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Your description is of the Verizon LTE Internet and Home Phone

As I understand the Verizon imposed limit is for the number of devices with simultaneous internet access and I think it is fixed at 10. There is no MAC limit per se and yes, you can add a network switch. Be advised, the Verizon device is not a piece of commercial equipment, it is only designed to support a small number of users. You can simulate bridge mode by turning Wi-Fi off and using the DMZ to bypass the internal firewall.