I face an issue with the existing mesh router setup in my house in a rural area where the only possible connection is via LTE + external antenna. So I bought a TP LINK Deco X20-4G mesh system with a Poynting XPOL-2-5G antenna. With this setup, I can reach a reasonable connection speed on the B20 band and also good coverage around house. But there is a big flaw with Deco - from time to time it loses connection (eg. with windy conditions outside) and does not reconnect itself at all. It ultimately requires a manual reboot (which is a problem when I am not home). Therefore I was looking into Teltonika product range which seems to have this “Ping reboot” function.
But I am kind of BFU when it comes to networking. I was thinking of buying Teltonika RUT200 and connecting Poynting antenna to it. Then I would enable the ping reboot feature and set it to Passthrough mode. Finally I would connect the existing TP Link mesh router via ethernet cable and set it to wifi router mode instead of 4g router mode. But I am not sure whether then Ping reboot would work after at all. Or in general, is this a good idea?