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Click the icon to edit the respective entry for the integrated modem or a plugged UMTS/

LTE USB stick.

Select the following entry for the corresponding UMTS/LTE modem:

• + / : The integrated modem is to be configured.

• + / : The plug-in UMTS USB stick is to be configured.

Note

Please note that the technology used not only depends on availability and the setting in the Preferred Network Type field; rather it is also determined by the strength and quality of the signal.

Fig. 48:Physical Interfaces->UMTS/LTE->UMTS/LTE->

The menu Physical Interfaces->UMTS/LTE->UMTS/LTE-> consists of the following fields:

Fields in the Basic Settings menu.

Field Description

UMTS/LTE Status Select whether the chosen UMTS/LTE modem should be en-abled or disen-abled.

The function is enabled with  7+ . The function is enabled by default.

Modem Status Only for UMTS/LTE Status =  7+

Shows the status of the UMTS/LTE modem.

Field Description

Possible values:

• /

• -2

• 

• % ++

• % ++

• %*

• .  G3

• 9 3 G3

• 

• -**

Network Provider Only for UMTS/LTE Status =  7+

This is only displayed if the status of the modem is "up".

Displays the Network Provider currently connected.

Actual Network Only for UMTS/LTE Status =  7+

Displays the current network, e.g. GSM or UMTS.

Network Quality Only for UMTS/LTE Status =  7+

Displays the current quality of the UMTS/LTE connection. The value cannot be changed.

Preferred Network Type

Only for UMTS/LTE Status =  7+

Select which network type should preferably be used.

Possible values:

• 63 * (default value): GPRS, UMTS or LTE is auto-matically selected for the connection, depending on which network type is locally available.

• @ +0: Only GPRS is used; should GPRS not be avail-able, no connection is established.

• /.) +0: Only UMTS is used; should UMTS not be avail-able, no connection is established.

Field Description

• @ 1 : GPRS is preferentially used; should GPRS not be available, UMTS is used.

• /.) 1 : UMTS is preferentially used; should UMTS not be available, GPRS is used.

• $) +0: Only LTE is used; should LTE be unavailable, no connection is established.

• $) 1 "0 55#: LTE is prefer-ably used; should LTE be unavailable, UMTS is used, and if UMTS is unavailable, GPRS is used.

• $) 5/.) "0 5#: LTE is used. If the strength and quality of the signal are insufficient with LTE then UMTS is used.

• $) 5@ "0 5#: LTE is used. If the strength and quality of the signal are insufficient with LTE then GPRS is used.

• $) 5@5/.) "0 55#: LTE is used. If the strength and quality of the signal are insufficient with LTE then GPRS is used. If the strength and quality of the signal are insufficient with GPRS then UMTS is used.

• /.)5$) "0 5#: UMTS is used. If the strength and quality of the signal are insufficient with UMTS then LTE is used.

• /.)5@ "0 5#: UMTS is used. If the strength and quality of the signal are insufficient with UMTS then GPRS is used.

• /.)5$) 5@ "0 55#: UMTS is used.

If the strength and quality of the signal are insufficient with UMTS then LTE is used. If the strength and quality of the sig-nal are insufficient with LTE then GPRS is used.

• @5$) "0 5#: GPRS is used. If the strength and quality of the signal are insufficient with GPRS then LTE is used.

• @5/.) "0 5#: GPRS is used. If the strength and quality of the signal are insufficient with GPRS then UMTS is used.

• @5$) 5/.) "0 55#: GPRS is used.

If the strength and quality of the signal are insufficient with GPRS then LTE is used. If the strength and quality of the sig-nal are insufficient with LTE then UMTS is used.

Field Description

Note

An incoming data call (PPP dialin or ISDN login via V.110) can generally only be set up via GSM. Setup for UMTS/LTE is generally only possible if the provider has activated this functionality on demand.

When a modem is in the "up" state and Preferred Network Type is not /.) +0, the modem normally logs in to the GMS network, so that incoming data calls can be signalled.

If a connection to the Internet is then established, there oc-curs a switch to the UMTS network, provided that UMTS is currently available.

Incoming Service Type Only for UMTS/LTE Status =  7+

Here you select the gateway subsystem to which an incoming call over the modem is to be assigned.

Possible values:

• - 7+ : Call is not accepted (default value for LTE con-nections).

• -9 $: The call is assigned to the ISDN Login subsys-tem (default value for UMTS connections).

•  - +: The call is assigned to the PPP subsystem.

• *: The call is made via IPSec.

Please note the following for the setting Incoming Service Type *:

IPSec callback is used to cause an IPSec peer to set up an In-ternet connection, thus allowing an IPSec tunnel over the Inter-net. You can make a direct call via the UMTS/LTE wireless net-work in order to signal to a peer that you are online and waiting for an IPSec tunnel to be set up over the Internet. If the called peer currently has no connection to the Internet, the mobile call causes a connection to be set up.

In the VPN->IPSec->IPSec Peers-> ->Advanced Settings menu, you can also choose whether the IP address for IPSec

Field Description

tunnel setup should be transmitted with the UMTS/LTE callback call under Transfer own IP address over ISDN/GSM . This may shorten and simplify tunnel setup.

PUK This is only displayed if the device has made three failed at-tempts to establish a connection, e.g. if the PIN for the SIM card (see the SIM Card Uses PIN field) has been entered incorrectly three times.

Enter the PUK (personal unblocking key) for your SIM card to unblock the SIM card.

SIM Card Uses PIN Only for UMTS/LTE Status =  7+

Enter the PIN for your UMTS/LTE modem card.

Note

Entering a wrong PIN blocks communication until the entry is corrected.

Note

If the device has made three failed attempts to establish a connection, e.g. because the PIN has been entered incor-rectly three times, you will need to enter the PUK in order to unblock the SIM card.

Fallback Number Only for UMTS/LTE Status =  7+

Enter the call number for the GSM fallback function.

When a voice calls goes in on this number, any active connec-tion is immediately disconnected and the operating mode of the modem reset to GSM, where the modem remains until another data call (PPP, ISDN login, IPSec callback) comes in. If flat-rate mode is enabled for the WAN connection (option Always active enabled in WAN->Internet + Dialup->UMTS/LTE-> ), this means that the connection will be re-established immediately.

Field Description

Note

Please note that the SIM card must support this function, and that not all mobile telephony providers relay voice calls over data SIM cards.

APN (Access Point Name)

Only for UMTS/LTE Status =  7+

If GPRS/UMTS/LTE is to be used, you must enter the so-called Access Point Name that you received from your provider here.

A maximum of 80 characters can be entered.

If no APN or an incorrect APN has been entered, a configured GPRS/UMTS/LTE connection will not function.

The menu Advanced Settings consists of the following fields:

Fields in the menu Roaming/PLMN Selection

Field Description

Roaming Mode Select if you intend to use Roaming.

Possible values:

• - 7+ : Roaming is disabled. The Home PLMN (Public Land Mobile Network) is used, i.e. the provider the SIM card is registered at.

• 63 +*(Default setting): Use this mode if neither Roaming Mode = - 7+ nor Roaming Mode = '=

suits your requirements. Note that first a scan across all APNs is carried out in this mode. The system tries to use cost-ef-ficient routing in order to reduce roaming charges.

• /* : This mode is intended for specific require-ments. Note that first a scan across all APNs is carried out in this mode.

• '= : : At Roaming Mode = '= no scan is performed, and only the manually selected Mobile Network Provider is used. If the selected Mobile Network Provider is unavailable, no connection is made.

• '3++ 63 +*: No scan is performed with this selec-tion. The modem automatically selects the strongest Mobile

Field Description

Network Provider. Close to a country border this could also be the network of a foreign roaming partner.

Mobile Network Pro-vider

Only for Roaming Mode = '= : 

Select a Mobile Network Provider from the list.

Possible values

• <Provider>: Select a Mobile Network Provider from the list.

• . 3 + +*: This allows entering a Provider ID (PLMN) manually.

Mobile Network Pro-vider

Here you can add a PLMN (Public Land Mobile Network).

Every mobile network is identified by a globally unique identifier that consists of the MCC (Mobile Country Code) and the MNC (Mobile Network Code). The MCC for Germany, e.g. is 262, and the MNC for T-Mobile in Germany is 01. This results in the PLMN .

Fields in the menu Closed User Group

Field Description

Authentication APN Enter the Authentication Access Point Name for the Closed User Group, that you have received from your provider.

Authentication Method Select an authentication protocol for the Closed User Group.

Select only an authentication method that has been specified by your provider.

Possible values:

• 9: Some providers do not use authentication. Select this option if your provider is among them.

•  : Execute only PAP (PPP Password Authentication Pro-tocol), the password is sent unenctypted.

• *! : Execute only CHAP (PPP Challenge Handshake Au-thentication Protocol according to RFC 1994) the password is sent encrypted.

•  *!  (Default value): Prefer CHAP, use PAP if not avail-able.

Username Enter the user name that has been supplied by your provider.

Field Description

Password Enter the password that has been supplied by your provider.

Fixed IP Address Enter the Ip address that has been supplied by your provider.

Clicking the button opens a page with detailed statistics on the current UMTS/LTE con-nection.

Fig. 49:Physical Interfaces->UMTS/LTE->

Values in the list Mobile Device Status

Field Description

Device Displays the description of the internal modem port.

Modem Model Displays the modem model description.

IMEI The IMEI (International Mobile Station Equipment Identity) dis-plays the 15 digit serial number of the modem.

Oper Status Displays the operation mode of the modem.

ICC ID Displays the card ID stored on the SIM card.

Subscriber Number Displays the calling number stored on the SIM card.

Service Center Ad-dress

Displays the address of the provider's service center stored on the SIM card.

Field Description

Home PLMN Displays the Home PLMN (Public Land Mobile Network), i.e. the provider the SIM card is registered at.

Selected PLMN Displays the selected PLMN. If no PLMN is selected, the Home PLNM is displayed.

Actual Network Displays which kind of network is currently used (e.g., UMTS or GPRS).

Network Quality Displays the current connection quality.

Location Area Code Displays the radio cell code of the cell the modem is currently connected to.

Cell ID Displays the Cell ID of the cell the modem is currently registered in.

Last Command Displays the last command sent to the modem by the system.

Last Reply Displays the last reply sent by the modem.

Values in the list Mobile Operators

Field Description

PLMN Displays the PLMN of the carrier.

Name Displays the name of the carrier.

Access Type Displays the currently available network type (e.g., UMTS oder GSM).

State Displays the registration status.

Chapter 8 LAN

In this menu, you configure the addresses in your LAN and can structure your local network using VLANs.

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