Mushroom Networks Documentation

How can I prepare my Verizon 4G UML290 wireless card for BBNA devices?

Here are the steps to follow for the Verizon UML290 to make a successful 
connection.
 
1) Change the mode from CDMA to HSPA 
2) Enter the APN as *vzwinternet* 
*3) Enter the username as <4G card phone number>@vzw4g.com* 
*4) Password is vzw 
*After doing this, wait for a couple of minutes for the device to go through 
a couple of cycles and then connect. If it does not connect, just power down 
the unit (with the card still plugged in) and power it back up. When the 
BBNA unit comes up, you should be seeing the device connected.* 
*Also, if there is any pin enabled on the sim, please disable it. Please 
make sure not to pull the Verizon card out while the BBNA unit is still 
active, this has some known bugs. If you need to pull the card out, please 
power down the BBNA box completely and then unplug the card.* 
*Thanks,* 

Here are the steps to follow for the Verizon UML290 to make a successful connection.

1) Change the mode from CDMA to HSPA

2) Enter the APN as *vzwinternet

3) Enter the username as <4G card phone number>@vzw4g.com

4) Password is vzw

After doing this, wait for a couple of minutes for the device to go through a couple of cycles and then connect. If it does not connect, just power down the unit (with the card still plugged in) and power it back up. When the BBNA unit comes up, you should be seeing the device connected. Also, if there is any pin enabled on the sim, please disable it.

VERY IMPORTANT:

There are known issues with the Verizon UML290 driver, so please make sure NOT to pull the Verizon card out while the BBNA unit is still powered, as this may force the card to lock up and the card to require a factory reset through Verizon. If you need to pull the card out, please power down the BBNA box completely and then unplug the card.

For most clients we recommend the 3G mode of UML-290 as there are some stability issues with the 4G LTE with this device on linux. Here is some information on how to set it up for 3G so it works with our device:

http://www.evdoinfo.com/content/view/3492/64/

 

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