Remove the APN.  let it auto-detect.



Also, here are the steps from the LTE activation guide:

ACCESSING CELLULAR SETTINGS 

1. Ensure SIM card is inserted in the appropriate slot of modem or router 

2. Power up the WiFiRanger system with embedded LTE modem(s) 

3. Connect over ethernet or wirelessly to the WiFiRanger’s network SSID

4. Access Control Panel of the WiFiRanger and select the “Setup” tab 

5. Expand modem settings by clicking the appropriate gear icon: a) Standalone WiFiRanger (indoor or outdoor unit): (I) Click “Cellular” gear icon b) Pack WiFiRangers (indoor and outdoor units): (I) Click “Cellular” gear icon to access indoor unit modem (II) Click “WFRControl” gear icon to access the outdoor unit modem 

6. View SIM & IMEI numbers after expanding the modem settings a) Provide these numbers to the cellular carrier for modem activation

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I  also then click on the "reboot cellular" to reset the modem.  Then go to the "main" tab and on the right click on "connect" under cellular and it should tether as seen below:


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 This Teton has been tethered now for over a day.

Update phone number and SIM ID

  1. Log into the MOFI Router by connecting a phone, tablet/iPad, computer, etc. to the MOFI network (regardless if the router is giving off an internet connection or not), opening a non-Chrome browser (Safari, Internet Explorer, or FireFox), and typing 192.168.10.1 into the browser's address bar, which will bring you to the MOFI Router's login screen
    The default username is: root
    The default password is: admin
  2. Once the home page comes up, click on Network --> MoFi Internal Modem in the left-hand corner.
  3. Scroll down until you see a button that reads "Reset phone number and SIM ID". Click this link.
  4. Give the device a few moments and see if the internet light comes on.

If that doesn't work, let's try resetting the internal 4G modem, or Sierra module.


Update Firmware

  1. Log into the MOFI Router by connecting a phone, tablet/iPad, computer, etc. to the MOFI network (regardless if the router is giving off an internet connection or not), opening a non-Chrome browser (Safari, Internet Explorer, or FireFox), and typing 192.168.10.1 into the browser's address bar, which will bring you to the MOFI Router's login screen

           The default username is: root
           The default password is: admin

      2. Select "System" from the left side menu

      3. Then select "Remote Updates"

Check and see if there are any updates and perform the update.


Try a carrier-specific firmware

  1. Log into the MOFI Router by connecting a phone, tablet/iPad, computer, etc. to the MOFI network (regardless if the router is giving off an internet connection or not), opening a non-Chrome browser (Safari, Internet Explorer, or FireFox), and typing 192.168.10.1 into the browser's address bar, which will bring you to the MOFI Router's login screen
    the default username is root
    the default password is admin
  2. Click on "MoFi Internal Modem" under Network
  3. Click on the "Provider Selector" tab
  4. Choose either Generic or the Provider for your plan.
    NOTE: Most providers work best under the "Generic" Firmware. However, there are times when selecting the provider-specific firmware may help resolve connection issues. T-Mobile only works under the Generic firmware.

  5. Click save and wait 5-10 minutes for the device to reboot with the selected firmware.

Confirm APN Settings

Carrier    APN
AT&T(Blue Unlimited)broadband
Blue200vpn.accessmylan.net
T-Mobile(Forever Fuschia)fast.t-mobile.com
Verizon(Big Red)
Verizon(Red Rover0
vzwinternet
tracfone.vzwentp
  1. Log into the MOFI Router by connecting a phone, tablet/iPad, computer, etc. to the MOFI network (regardless if the router is giving off an internet connection or not), opening a non-Chrome browser (Safari, Internet Explorer, or FireFox), and typing 192.168.10.1 into the browser's address bar, which will bring you to the MOFI Router's login screen
    the default username is root
    the default password is admin
    2. Click on "MoFi Internal Modem" under Network

    3. On the general settings page, for the entry “Access Point (APN)”, enter the value for your carrier from            the table above

NOTE: on some firmware versions, this is a drop-down separated by country and carrier. Select the option with Sprint and United States in this scenario.

     4. Click save and wait for the modem to reconnect. 


Included here are basic troubleshooting steps for the Mofi4500.  The detailed instructions for each individual suggestion can be found in separate articles listed here in the Knowledgebase.

1. Check Signal Strength 

2. Confirm APN Settings

3.  Try a carrier-specific firmware

4.  Update Firmware

5. Update phone number and SIM ID

6. Reset Sierra Module

7. Factory Reset



It is wise to be in the latest firmware. You could either do a remote update if you have a working internet in the MOFI router by going to System and then remote update and perform remote update. If you want to do a manual upgrade (if you do not have a working internet in the MOFI router), follow this video tutorial: www.youtube.com/watch?v=7g8SGYDNVbw


At this point make sure the SIM is inside the router. Now log into the router and go to Network and then MOFI internal modem and then all the way to the bottom of the page click on Press here to reset the Sierra module. Once the router is up, perform a factory default. The internet should work automatically. If not, make sure the APN you are seeing is correct You can check APN from MOFI Internal Modem, all the way to the bottom of the page you should see your current Access Point. If we are good on that side, go ahead and check your signal strength. Go to Overview from the top left-hand corner on the list. On the middle of the page, click on Check Signal Strength.

If the signal isn’t good enough, you can try to perform band lock as well. To perform band lock, follow the instructions located in the Knowledgebase for "Band Lock"

MoFi - Band Lock

Carriers broadcast their networks on several Bands, or ranges of frequencies. They offer different bands in different areas depending on signal, tower, and population density. The different bands offer differing speeds and coverage ranges. The bands with the highest frequencies offer the highest speeds, but smaller coverage areas. Below is a table of the most common bands/frequencies used in the US.

Carrier

4G LTE Bands

Frequencies

AT&T(Blue)

2, 4, 5, 12, 17

1900, 1700 abcde, 700 bc

Verizon Wireless(Red)

2, 4, 13

1900, 1700 f, 700 c

T-Mobile(Pink)

2, 4, 12, 66, 71**

1900, 1700 def, 700 a, 600

Sprint(Yellow)

25, 26, 41

1900 g, 850, 2500



Scanning for available Bands
Use the band scanner to identify which bands are even visible to the MoFi.

  1. Log into the MoFi's web browser at 192.168.10.1. The default username is root and the password is 'admin'.
  2. In the left-hand menu, Select Network --> Internal Modem --> Band Scanner
  3. Click Start Scan
  4. Note the available bands after the report finishes


Overview

Quick Details

Max. LAN Data Rate: 300Mbps

With Modem Function: no

Standards And Protocols: Wi-Fi 802.11g, Wi-Fi 802.11b, Wi-Fi 802.11n

Wi-Fi Supported Frequency: 2.4G

Supports WDS: No

Supports WPS: No

Wi-Fi Transmission Standard: 802.11b

Wired Transfer Rate: 10/100Mbps

2.4G Wi-Fi Transmission Rate: 300 Mbps

Encryption Type: WPA2-PSK, WPA2, WPA3

Products Status: New

Type: Wireless

Application:Outdoor

Function: FireWall, QoS, VPN

LAN Ports:1

WAN Ports:1

Certification:ce, RoHS, Sgs

Place of Origin: China

Airesy II is an OpenWRT 4G LTE Portable Wireless Router with 5200mAh power bank function. It can support up to 32 users simultaneously..

So it is a portable 4G LTE CPE which can be indoor or outdoor.

It is base on openwrt system with open development for some advertising clients.
It is suitable for travel, advertising, ship industry.


Teltonika Custom APN Setting AT&T200


The following directions apply to all custom APN settings, this specific directional references AT&T just for informational purposes.  The navigation is the same for all APN's the data entered is different.

Log into the router after connecting to the wifi or ethernet by typing in 192.168.1.1 into a webpage address bar.

The username and password are whatever has been set already after normal setup. 

After log in, navigate to the menu option Network>Mobile>Mobile Configuration


Untick the Auto APN and enter in the appropriate information.  DO NOT put anything in the PIN number section or the PUK code as that will lock the SIM down.

Save the changes and wait for the device to configure then try opening a webpage to browse. 


When a line has a static IP that is assigned through Millenicom, you must change the APN on your modem from fast.t-mobile.com to b2b.static for The Forever Fuschia plan or from broadband to psmtneorm for the True Blue plan in order for it to work properly.

Forever Fuschia (T-Mobile) additional information

APN: b2b.static
PDP: IPv4
Authentication: None


Contact support to request a Static IP.

APN settings for manual configuration of devices for the Blue Unlimited Plans

APN: broadband

Username: data

Password: data

Authentication Type: CHAP

Other Username and Password if the above doesn't work:


APN: 

vpn.accessmylan.net

 Username: accessmylan

Password: accessmylan

Authentication Type: PAP

Teltonika RUT240 No Connection


Please make sure you go through these steps:


1. Check if you have set-up Custom APN in Network > Mobile page. Custom APN can be found according to the carrier in other Knowledgebase sections.

2. Check if your firmware version is the latest.

3. Check if in Network > WAN mobile is selected as main WAN interface.

4. Check if you can ping from CLI to outside network or is it only your computer that doesn't get internet connection from RUT240.

5. Reset your router to factory defaults.


Tutorial video

Log into the device at http://192.168.10.1 (don't use Chrome or Edge)

the default username is root

the default password is admin


  1. Connect to Mofi via WiFi
  2. Open admin (admin login steps)
  3. Click on "MoFi Internal Modem" under Network
  4. On the general settings page, for the entry “Access Point (APN)”, enter to correct APN from the table below.
  5. Click save and wait for the modem to reconnect.

Mofi admin page



Carrier
APN
T-Mobile            >
 fast.t-mobile.com
AT&T                 >  broadband

Note: all lower case

For Static IPs

Carrier
APN
T-Mobile          >
  b2b.static
AT&T               >
   psmtneorm

Note: all lower case

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