Devices

Loxada routers connect to a user’s existing internet connection creating a new secure Wi-Fi network separate from their current home or public network and all other connected devices.

Next-level protection

The Loxada system is secure by design. Our custom firmware ensures that our routers are configured to keep bad things out. We’ve built the software to do this and made sure it continually updates to keep it way.

Setting up the Loxada router requires no technical expertise.

When it’s first turned on and connected, users enter their details, pass security checks, and the router does the rest. Once set up, there’s nothing else users ever need to do to stay secure.

Loxada routers can be placed anywhere a user wants. If a user’s home office isn’t close to their home router, our technology takes care of this painlessly.

They even look good too.

RPN1

The RPN1 is our flagship Wi-Fi and WAN router designed for hybrid and remote users regularly working from their homes or other remote locations.

The RPN1 connects to users existing home or remote internet connections to create a secure work network separated from all their other devices.

RPN2

The RPN2 is an enterprise-grade Wi-Fi and WAN router designed for larger teams and shared offices that want to use the Loxada system.

The RPN2 allows teams to connect securely when working away from the office, from space in shared workspaces to temporary meeting spaces and team away days.

RPN3

The RPN3 is a Wi-Fi and WAN router that is perfect for hybrid workers and remote users that are on the move that do not need integrated mobile 4G connectivity.

The RPN3 allows users to browse securely when connected to public Wi-Fi, from shared workspaces to hotels and coffee shops.

RPN4

The RPN4 is a portable 4G, Wi-Fi and WAN smart router that is perfect for hybrid workers and remote users that are on the move.

It works with all 4G mobile networks and has an internal battery to provide Loxada's functionality wherever a user chooses to work from.

Anker 525 Power Bank

Battery power supply for the RPN3 router

TP-Link TL-PA8010P

The TP-Link TL-PA8010P powerline adapter enables users to locate their Loxada routers away from their Internet connection.

It's plug-and-play, with no configuration required, and the fast Gigabit port provides a secure wired network to connect to the Loxada router. Its integrated power socket ensures users can still use the socket it's plugged into when in use.

Loxada has a fully featured administration portal for system administrators.

Intuitive Dashboard Management

The Loxada system needs no technical experience at all to set up and run. Everything is managed from our user-friendly online dashboard and once set up, there’s nothing more to do.

 

Adding, changing or removing users is quick and simple. It can be done directly on the portal or by uploading multiple users at once. 

 

Once a user is added, we send them a router at the click of a button.

 

The portal gives you complete control, from instantly stopping an individual user’s access, to changing the Wi-Fi password for all users in one go.

 

The Loxada system is designed to stay secure without you needing to do anything. The system automatically keeps itself and users’ devices updated so you never need to log in if you don’t want to!

Some Frequently Asked Questions

How can I implement network separation in my teams' home networks?

The quickest, and simplest way is to use the Loxada system.

Sign Up
Get started by signing your business or team up with us. We’ll collect some basic information, such as how many devices you’ll need and things like delivery addresses and point of contact.

Register Your Team
Register users on our easy-to-use portal, and we’ll send each of them a Loxada device straight to their home.

Connect Securely
Users plug their Loxada device into their existing home broadband. With a few simple clicks, they are ready to go, with complete network separation to protect from local threats.

What can I do to secure my home router?

To secure your home router, you can change the default password to a strong, unique one and ensure the router’s firmware is up-to-date.

You can also configure your router’s security settings to limit access to your network and enable encryption (if your router has this functionality).

How can smart home devices be used to attack me?

Smart home devices can be used to attack you in various ways. For example, a hacker can gain access to a smart home device and use it to spy on you by accessing the camera or microphone.

They can also use the device to launch a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on other devices on your network or as a starting point to compromise your personal and work data on laptops, PCs, phones and tablets, etc.

What are network segregation and network separation, and why are they essential for good security?

They are essential for good security because they limit the scope and impact of a potential security breach by isolating different parts of the network or, in the case of network separation, completely separating networks and the devices on them from each other.

For example, by segmenting a network into different zones for different types of data or devices, a hacker who gains access to one zone will only automatically have access to some of the network’s sensitive information. With network separation, they will not reach the other network at all.

How is network segregation achieved?

Network segregation can be achieved using various techniques such as VLANs (Virtual Local Area Networks), firewalls, network access control (NAC) systems.

One step further is micro-segmentation, a method of breaking down a network into even smaller segments that can be used to create granular policies and controls around specific devices or applications, making it harder for attackers to move laterally through the network.

Why are home routers often insecure?

Home routers are often insecure due to various factors, such as weak default passwords, outdated firmware, and a lack of built-in security features.

Many routers are also designed with ease of use in mind rather than security, which can leave them vulnerable to attack.

What are some common vulnerabilities found in home routers?

Common vulnerabilities found in home routers include weak default passwords, unpatched software , and lack of encryption.

Additionally, many routers have open ports that hackers can easily exploit, and some have known security bugs that are yet to be fixed by the manufacturer.

How can I tell if my home router is insecure?

You can check if your home router is insecure by visiting the manufacturer’s website and looking for any security updates or patches.

You can also find online tools to scan your router for vulnerabilities.

If your router is no longer supported by the manufacturer, i.e. there are no recent updates or the manufacturer’s website says they no longer support it, you should replace as soon as possible.

How can I implement network separation in my teams' home networks?

The quickest, and simplest way is to use the Loxada system.

Sign Up
Get started by signing your business or team up with us. We’ll collect some basic information, such as how many devices you’ll need and things like delivery addresses and point of contact.

Register Your Team
Register users on our easy-to-use portal, and we’ll send each of them a Loxada device straight to their home.

Connect Securely
Users plug their Loxada device into their existing home broadband. With a few simple clicks, they are ready to go, with complete network separation to protect from local threats.

What are the risks of not using network separation in my home network?

The risks of not using network separation include the following:

  • Increased risk of data breaches
  • Lack of compliance with regulatory requirements
  • Difficulty in identifying and containing security threats
  • Difficulty in applying security policies and controls effectively
What are the benefits of network separation?

The benefits of network separation include the following:

  • Limiting the scope and impact of a security breach
  • Isolating sensitive data and devices from less secure parts of the network
  • Improving compliance with regulatory requirements
  • Making it harder for attackers to move laterally through the network
How can I protect my home network from attack?

To begin to protect your home network from attack, you can take the following steps:

  • Change the default login credentials of your home router and any devices connected to it to use strong, unique usernames and passwords.
  • Don’t share your usernames and passwords.
  • Set up a separate guest network for people to connect to, especially if you use your home network to access work files and data.
  • Use anti-virus software on all devices that it can be installed on.
  • Keep your devices updated with the latest firmware and security patches.
  • Use a firewall to limit access to your network.
  • Regularly monitor your network for any unusual activity.
Will using a VPN slow down my internet connection?

Some VPNs will slow down your internet connection, but this depends on the type of software the VPN uses and the quality and location of the VPN server you’re connected to. It’s essential to pick a VPN that uses the most up-to-date VPN software, has good reviews, and is known for providing fast connections.

RPN1

Loxada secure firmware

1 x WAN Ethernet port
2 x LAN Ethernet ports
3 x Status LEDs
1 x USB 3.0 port

CPU – IPQ4028 Quad-core ARM, @717MHz SoC
Memory – DDR3L 256MB
Storage – FLASH 32MB
Internal antennas
Protocol – IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Wi-Fi Speed – 400Mbps(2.4GHz), 867Mbps(5GHz)
Status lights – Power / Loxada Connection / Wireless Network
Power Input – 12V/1.5A
Ethernet Speed – 10/100/1000Mbps
Dimensions – 117 x 117 x 35mm

RPN2

1 x WAN Ethernet port
1 x LAN Ethernet port
1 x Reset button

CPU: IPQ4018 Quad-core ARM, @717MHz SoC
Memory: DDR3L 256MB
Storage: NOR Flash 4MB + NAND Flash 128MB
Wi-Fi Antennas: 2 x Internal
Protocol: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Wi-Fi Speed: 400Mbps (2.4GHz), 867Mbps (5GHz)
Ethernet Speed: 10/100/1000Mbps
LEDs: 2 x Single-colour LED, for Indicate Power and System
Power Supply: 12V/2A DC
Power Consumption: <10W
Dimensions & Weight: 200 x 200 x 40mm | 692g

RPN3

1 x WAN Ethernet port
2 x LAN Ethernet ports
1 x USB 3.0 port
1 x Type-C Power port
1 x Reset button
1 x Toggle button

CPU: IPQ4018, Quad Core@717Mhz
Memory: DDR3L 256MB
Storage: NOR Flash 4MB + NAND Flash 128MB
Protocol: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Wi-Fi Speed: 400Mbps (2.4GHz), 867Mbps (5GHz)
Ethernet Speed: 10/100/1000Mbps
Antennas: 2 x undetachable external Wi-Fi antennas
Power Input: USB Type-C, 5V/3A
Power Consumption: <6.5W
Dimensions & Weight:118 x 85 x 30mm | 181g

RPN4

1 x WAN Ethernet Port
1 x LAN Ethernet Port
1 x USB 2.0 port
1 x MicroSD card slot (Up to 512GB)
1 x Nano SIM card slot
1 x Reset button
1 x Type-C power port

CPU: QCA9531, @650MHz SoC
Memory / Storage: NOR Flash 16MB + NAND Flash 128MB
Protocol: IEEE 802.11b/g/n
Wi-Fi Speed: 300Mbps (2.4GHz)
Wi-Fi Antennas: 2 x Internal Antennas
4G Antenna: 2 x Internal full-band antennas (700MHz ~ 2.7GHz)
Ethernet Speed: 10/100Mbps
LEDs: 4 x Power supply indicator, 1 x PWR status indicator, 1 x WAN status indicator
1 x LAN status indicator, 1 x Wireless status indicator, 1 x 3G/4G status indicator
Power Supply: 5V/3A (without battery)
Power Consumption: <4.4W
Dimension / Weight 120 x 74 x 28mm / 223.5g

Anker 525 Power Bank

20W USB-C PD port
8W USB port for charging other devices
Ultra-High Cell Capacity – 20,000mAh
Wide Compatibility – charge virtually any mobile device including phones and tablets as well as powering the RPN3

Product package includes
Anker 525 Power Bank (PowerCore 20K)
USB-A to USB-C cable
USB-C to USB-C cable
Travel pouch

TP Link TL-PA8010P

1 x Gigabit Ethernet Port
1 x Power Socket

Pair button
Status lights – Power / Placement / Connection
Range – 300 Meters over electrical circuits
Power Output to Integrated Socket – 16 A
Ethernet Speed – 10/100/1000Mbps
Dimensions 131 × 72 × 42 mm