I am trying to configure a Sierra wireless card installed in a RouterBoard 411U and am not even sure where to start. I do not even see a new interface show up when I install the card. Anyone have experience with this?
I have the following problem with the same configuration:
[admin@MikroTik] /interface ppp-client> /interface ppp-client info 0
pin-status: "PH-NET PIN"
manufacturer: "Sierra Wireless, Inc."
revision: "H1_1_9_3MCAP C:/WS/FW/H1_1_9_3MCAP/MSM6280/SRC 2007/12/12 11:49:21"
current-operator: "Limited Service"
So It seems that the card can not connect to the provider's network. I already removed the pin and checked the modem+sim with a laptop and linux and It worked. Has anybody seen a problem like this?
I have the same problem with yours, Iam using sierra MC8775
It's look like modem doesn't connect with sim. even I try send sms still fail.
my rb411U working fine when I'am using Huawei E156G USB modem.
I found the solution here: http://www.howardforums.com/archive/top ... 068-1.html
I typed at serial terminal: AT+CLCK="PN",0,"<8 digit unlock code>" and It started to work.
I got a piece of paper with the modem which contained the 8 digit unlock code (ME-UNLOCK).
Hi, I would have a question: actually I have a remote station with a GPS receiver.
I have two-way connection: wireless (through RB411), where I use the GPS receiver ethernet port, and a GSM modem, where I connect to GPS receiver through GPS receiver serial port.
I use the GSM modem to download data when wireless connection is not available.
Using the GSM modem in "transparent" mode I can work on GPS receiver with own command set.
Now, with 411U and 3G modem, can I do the same using COM port on RB to connect to GPS receiver?