M510 LTE CLI

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Firstly, the M510 seems to be a great product. However, the LTE Status M510 information via WebUI is insufficient as it contains no information (apart from connection information). My questins is on how I can retrieve more information about the current LTE status (RSSI etc etc) via CLI?

I could not find any documentation 

Regards,
Juergen
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I don't see a published command reference guide, so you might look around from the AP CLI, and Help command output.
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Hi Juergen,

Please use get lte-statistics command from the AP CLI.

Here is a sample output of this CLI and will provide you detailed statistics:

rkscli: get lte-statistics

LTE CHIP                 = EC25-A

LTE FW VERSION           = EC25AFAR05A04M4G - SubEdition: V06

TIME OF DAY              = 19/05/05,18:17:53-28

GPS STATUS               = enabled

IMEI NUMBER              = XXXXXXXXXXXXXX

SIM SELECTION            = auto

SIM 0                    = present (active)

SIM 0 MCC                = 310

SIM 0 MNC                = 410

SIM 0 APN                = nxtgenphone

SIM 0 IMSI               = XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

SIM 0 ICCID              = XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

SIM 0 ROAMING            = enabled

SIM 0 USERNAME           = -

SIM 0 PASSWORD           = -

SIM 0 PINCODE            = -

SIM 0 TX                 = 49.45 KB

SIM 0 RX                 = 139.28 KB

SIM 0 NW REG             = registered, home network

SIM 0 RSSI               = -63 dBm (excellent)



SIM 0 GW                 = 10.x.x.14

SIM 0 DNS                = 172.26.38.1

SIM 0 IP                 = 10.x.x.13

SIM 0 MASK               = 255.255.255.252

SIM 0 OPERATOR           = AT&T

SIM 0 MODE               = 4G

SIM 0 NW TYPE            = FDD LTE

SIM 0 BAND               = LTE BAND 2

SIM 0 CHANNEL            = 800

SIM 1                    = not present (inactive)

SIM 1 MCC                = 0

SIM 1 MNC                = 0

SIM 1 APN                = defaultapn

SIM 1 IMSI               =

SIM 1 ICCID              =

SIM 1 ROAMING            = enabled

SIM 1 USERNAME           = -

SIM 1 PASSWORD           = -

SIM 1 PINCODE            = -

SIM 1 TX                 = 0.00 bytes

SIM 1 RX                 = 0.00 bytes

SIM 0 switch count       = 0

SIM 0 nw lost count      = 0

SIM 0 card removal count = 0

SIM 0 dhcp timeout count = 0

SIM 0 transmit           = 49.45 KB

SIM 0 receive            = 139.28 KB

SIM 1 switch count       = 0

SIM 1 nw lost count      = 0

SIM 1 card removal count = 0

SIM 1 dhcp timeout count = 0

SIM 1 transmit           = 0.00 bytes

SIM 1 receive            = 0.00 bytes

OK



Regards,
-Ankush

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I am testing one of the M510 for a client but I don't seem to be able to get any internet on it running standalone.

When I run the command I don't get any output for the current IP, Mask, Gateway, Operator, or DNS.

ATT tells me the IMEI is valid and the new SIM card I got from them show present and is the same as the one they list in their system.

Is there any other way to troubleshoot the LTE connection beyond this one command?

I don't see any other documentation on it.

I want to use this in a remote location factory where they have satellite internet and I would like to have the M510 provide backup internet in case the satellite goes down.

I have previously used a Sierra Wireless ES450 for this purpose. The APs at this location are connected to vSZ.

Thanks!Tim

rkscli: get lte-statistics-------------------------------------------------------
LTE Statistics:

LTE INTERFACE : wwan0 
LTE Chip : EC25-A
LTE FW Version : EC25A_FAR05A04M4G - SubEdition: V06
IMEI :XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
GPS Status : Enabled
SIM Selection : auto
Radio connection : Not Connected
Active SIM : SIM 0
IP : 
Mask : 
GW : 
Operator : -
DNS : 
Current Channel : 0
Access Technology : -
Band : -
Mode : 
RSSI : -65 dBm (excellent)
Roaming Status : not registered, searching
Country Name : USA
LTE link uptime : 0 hrs, 0 minutes, 0 seconds
SIM 0 Present : YES
SIM 0 IMSI : XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
SIM 0 ICCID : XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
SIM 0 MCC : 310
SIM 0 MNC : 410
SIM 0 APN : nxtgenphone
SIM 0 User Name : -
SIM 0 Password : -
SIM 0 Authentication : NONE
SIM 0 Pin Code : -
SIM 0 Tx Bytes : 1152
SIM 0 Rx Bytes : 0
SIM 0 Switch Count : 0
SIM 0 Nw Lost Count : 0
SIM 0 DHCP Timeout Count : 1
SIM 0 Card Removal Count : 0
SIM 1 Present : NO
SIM 1 IMSI : 
SIM 1 ICCID : 
SIM 1 MCC : 0
SIM 1 MNC : 0
SIM 1 APN : defaultapn
SIM 1 User Name : -
SIM 1 Password : -
SIM 1 Authentication : NONE
SIM 1 Pin Code : -
SIM 1 Tx Bytes : 0
SIM 1 Rx Bytes : 0
SIM 1 Switch Count : 0
SIM 1 Nw Lost Count : 0
SIM 1 DHCP Timeout Count : 0
SIM 1 Card Removal Count : 0


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Hi Timothy,

Set the APN as 'broadband' and check.

set lte-sim-apn : set lte-sim-apn {primary|secondary} {APN name}

Regards,
Sagar
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Hi Sagar,

Is there some documentation about how to configure these AP's LTE setup? There does not seem to be any GUI way to do this or even get status. I have loaded the standalone, Unleashed and vSZ firmware on the AP, but can't seem to find a way to manage the LTE setup and I don't seen any CLI documentation on the website.

After performing the command, it now shows the following:

rkscli: get lte-statistics

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LTE Statistics:


LTE INTERFACE : wwan0 

LTE Chip : EC25-A

LTE FW Version : EC25A_FAR05A04M4G - SubEdition: V06

IMEI : XXXXXXXXXXX

GPS Status : Enabled

SIM Selection : auto

Radio connection : 4G

Active SIM : SIM 0

IP : XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX

Mask : 255.255.255.248

GW : XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX 

Operator : AT&T

DNS : 172.26.38.1 

Current Channel : 5110

Access Technology : FDD LTE

Band : LTE BAND 12

Mode : LTE

RSSI : -65 dBm (excellent)

Roaming Status : registered, home network

Country Name : USA

Uplink Bandwidth : 10MHz

Downlink Bandwidth : 10MHz

RSRP : -97

RSRQ : -12

SINR : 9

LTE link uptime : 0 hrs, 0 minutes, 33 seconds

SIM 0 Present : YES

SIM 0 IMSI : XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

SIM 0 ICCID : XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

SIM 0 MCC : 310

SIM 0 MNC : 410

SIM 0 APN : broadband

SIM 0 User Name : -

SIM 0 Password : -

SIM 0 Authentication : NONE

SIM 0 Pin Code : -

SIM 0 Tx Bytes : 314803

SIM 0 Rx Bytes : 28734

SIM 0 Switch Count : 0

SIM 0 Nw Lost Count : 0

SIM 0 DHCP Timeout Count : 0

SIM 0 Card Removal Count : 0

SIM 1 Present : NO

SIM 1 IMSI : 

SIM 1 ICCID : 

SIM 1 MCC : 0

SIM 1 MNC : 0

SIM 1 APN : defaultapn

SIM 1 User Name : -

SIM 1 Password : -

SIM 1 Authentication : NONE

SIM 1 Pin Code : -

SIM 1 Tx Bytes : 0

SIM 1 Rx Bytes : 0

SIM 1 Switch Count : 0

SIM 1 Nw Lost Count : 0

SIM 1 DHCP Timeout Count : 0

SIM 1 Card Removal Count : 0



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Hi Timothy,

Above output concludes that there is active LTE connection now. Could you confirm whether the clients are able to access the Internet?

If the AP is running in Unleashed code in factory default then you would get an option to configure LTE settings from initial setup page.

I will check for useful documentation, CLI guide and provide the same.

Regards,
Sagar
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Sagar,

Thanks, I was able to get it to connect and provide internet over the LTE connection.

I still have a hard time trying to diagnose speed issues. I ran a speed test wired to the LAN port using the LTE and only got 7Mbs down and 4Mbs up with a connection that says it was excellent.

Current Channel : 5110

Access Technology : FDD LTE

Band : LTE BAND 12

Mode : LTE

RSSI : -67 dBm (excellent)

Roaming Status : registered, home network

Country Name : USA

Uplink Bandwidth : 10MHz

Downlink Bandwidth : 10MHz

RSRP : -100

RSRQ : -14

SINR : 9



My goal is to add this AP to a client site that currently has limited Internet connectivity via Satellite internet and have this LTE connection as a back up. It will connect to my vSZ.

I don't see any documentation about setting the M510 LTE settings via the vSZ or to which ports should be connected.

I am assuming I need to connect the WAN (PoE) port to the PoE switch that is connected to the local firewall/Internet gateway. 

Then if it the AP senses no internet on the WAN port because the satellite is down, it would provide Internet over the LTE connection, correct?

Thanks
Tim