RUTX09 Mobile

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Summary

The Mobile page is used for setting parameters related to the mobile data connection. This page is an overview of the Mobile section for RUTX09 routers.

The information in this page is updated in accordance with the RUTX_R_00.02.01.1 firmware version.

General

The General section is used to configure the SIM card parameters that define how the router establishes connection and uses other, mobile related, useful features.

SIM card settings


The SIM card settings section is used to configure main SIM card parameters. Refer to the figure and table below for information on the fields contained in that section.

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field name value description
Default SIM off | on; Default: " " Set this SIM slot as default
Deny data roaming off | on; Default: off Deny data connection on roaming
Service mode Default: Auto Your network's preference. If your local mobile network supports UMTS (3G) or LTE (4G) you can specify to which network you prefer to connect to. Available options:
  • Auto
  • 4G (LTE) only
  • 3G only
PIN Default: " " SIM card's PIN (Personal Identification Number) is a secret numeric password shared between a user and a system that can be used to authenticate the user
Band selection Auto | Manual (UMTS bands: WCDMA 2100, WCDMA 1800, WCDMA 850, WCDMA 900; LTE bands: B1, B3, B5, B7, B8, B20, B32, B38, B40, B41.); Default: Auto Network band selection

Operator settings


The Operator settings section is used for applying a blacklist or whitelist for undesired or desired operators.

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field name value description
Enable off | on; default: off Enable or disable operator filtering
Mode Default: Whitelist Defines how operators will be filtered.
  • Blacklist - operators contained in the blacklist are considered forbidden and your router will not attempt to connect to them even if they are available.
  • Whitelist - operators contained in the whitelist will be the only operators that the router will be trying to connect to. Other operators that are not in the whitelist will be considered forbidden.
Operator list Default: Operators code list name. You can create a list in network operators page

SMS limit settings


The SMS limit settings section provides you with the possibility to set SMS limit for your SIM card.

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field name value description
Enable SMS Limit off | on; default: off Enable of disable SMS limit feature
SMS limit count Default: Disable SMS sending after limit value is reached
Period Default: Day Period for which SMS limiting should apply. Available options:
  • Day
  • Week
  • Month

This section also contains one button - Clear SMS limit. When clicked, the button resets the sms limit counter for the related SIM card. Thus, the count is started over again regardless of the specified period.

SIM switch


In SIM switch section you can configure SIM switching rules, i.e., set up circumstances under which the router will perform a switch from using one SIM card to the other. Refer to the figure and table below for information.

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field name value description
Enable automatic switching off | on; default: off Automatically switch between primary and secondary SIM cards based on the various rules and criterias
On weak signal off | on; default: off Perform a SIM card switch when a signal's strength drops below a certain threshold
On data limit off | on; default: off Perform a SIM card switch when mobile data limit for your current SIM card is exceeded
On SMS limit off | on; default: off Perform a SIM card switch when sent SMS limit for your current SIM card is exceeded
On roaming off | on; default: off Perform a SIM card switch when roaming is detected
No network off | on; default: off Perform a SIM card switch when network isn't detected
On network denied off | on; default: off Perform a SIM card switch when network is denied
On data connection fail off | on; default: off Perform a SIM card switch when data connection fails

Network operators

The Network operators tab provides you with the possibility to scan for and manually manage mobile network operators to which the router's SIM card can connect to. Operator selection is only available for the primary SIM card. In order to specify an operator for the other SIM card it must first be selected as the primary SIM in the SIM Management section.

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Operators scan settings


As default Connection mode is set to AUTO, although to initiate a scan, select connection mode Manual, press Scan for operators and then you will be prompted with a pop-up asking if you wish to proceed. This is because while the scan is in progress you will lose your data connection for up to 3 minutes.

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In order to configure a specific band, simply select which one you want to use and press Save & Apply

Operators list


The Operators list section is used for creating a blacklist or whitelist for undesired or desired operators. In order to create a list, enter a Name and click ADD.

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In order to configure it, click Edit. Refer to the figure and table below for information.

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field name value description
Operators lsit name Default: Name of operators list
Operator code Default: Operator's code used to identify a network operator. Allowed characters: (0-9)

Important: be mindful when using the Operators list function as it very easy to block yourself from the right operators and lose your data connection.