Windows: How to locate Ethernet Adapter Settings

To Locate and Configure your Ethernet Adapter settings on your Windows based computer proceed to the following steps. The steps cover Windows 10, 8 and 7 operating systems.


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Cradlepoint: How to Configure APN (Access Point Name)

If your Cradlepoint cellular device is having issues successfully establishing connection to the cellular network, it may be that the device's APN (Access Point Name) value needs to be appropriately configured.  The APN value is assigned to the SIM card (line of service) by your cellular carrier.

Note: If you're unsure what APN value is assigned to your SIM card, please contact your cellular carrier to obtain this information before proceeding with the following steps.

For a step by step guide to configure the APN click >> here <<

To check current status of the APN value in the Cradlepoint see steps below

1. Login to the admin page of the device. For instructions logging in please click >> here <<
2. Navigate to: Status > Internet > Connections.
3. Under Device List click the SIM card carrier you want to check.
4. Under Device Information it should list the APN currently being used.

Example pictures shown below.

 

Additional Information
Common APNs used by the carriers
Configuring the APN on older Cradlepoints (With NCOS firmware of 6.0 and below)

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Sierra Wireless: How to Configure APN (Access Point Name)

If your Sierra Wireless cellular device is having issues successfully establishing connection to the cellular network, it may be that the device's APN (Access Point Name) value needs to be appropriately configured.  The APN value is assigned to the SIM card (line of service) by your cellular carrier.

Note: If you're unsure what APN value is assigned to your SIM card, please contact your cellular carrier to obtain this information before proceeding with the following steps.

Configuring APN settings:

Depending on the model of Sierra Wireless device and its firmware level there are slight variations on where to configure the APN. (pictures of the 3 most common ones further below).

1. Login to the admin page of the device. For help logging in click >> here <<.
2. Navigate to WAN/Cellular.
3. Navigate to Cellular > SIM Slot 1 Configuration or SIM Slot 2 Configuration.
4. Enter the appropriate APN value into the Override APN or User Entered APN field.
5. Click Apply
6. Click Reboot.

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Variation 2


Variation 3

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Sierra Wireless: How to Access Local Admin Page (Web Server)

The Sierra Wireless devices allow direct local access to the admin page (web server) for checking status, configuration and troubleshooting.  Follow the steps listed below to access the local admin page.

1. Connect your computer (DHCP) to the Ethernet port of the Sierra Wireless device.
2. Open a web browser such as Mozilla Firefox or Chrome. (Internet Explorer NOT recommended)
3. Enter http://192.168.13.31:9191 or https://192.168.13.31:9443 (default IP) into the address bar and press <Enter> on the keyboard.
4. Enter the login credentials to access the admin page. For more information on the login credentials click >> here << 

Note: Wi-Fi is disabled by default.

Additional Information
Note: For oMG500 or oMG2000 devices type http://welcome.to.inmotion/MG-LCI
Note: For older Raven XT/XE/X series Internet Explorer web browser must be used.
Note: For MG90 type http://172.22.0.1/MG-LCI (the letters are case sensitive).
When connecting to the MG90 with the Ethernet cable use Ethernet ports between #1-4. The Ethernet port #5 is a WAN port.

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Peplink: How to Configure APN (Access Point Name)

If your Peplink cellular device is having issues successfully establishing connection to the cellular network, it may be that the device's APN (Access Point Name) value needs to be appropriately configured.  The APN value is assigned to the SIM card (line of service) by your cellular carrier.

Note: If you're unsure what APN value is assigned to your SIM card, please contact your cellular carrier to obtain this information before proceeding with the following steps.

Configuring APN setting:

1.  Login to the admin page of the device.  For help with logging in please click here.
2.  Navigate to Cellular > Detail on the Dashboard page.
3.  Change Operator Settings from Auto to Custom.
4.  Enter the appropriate APN value into the APN field.
5.  Scroll down and click on Save and Apply.

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