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The <b>Mobile Configuration</b> 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.
 
The <b>Mobile Configuration</b> 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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             <ul>
 
             <ul>
 
                 <li><b>NAT</b> - the mobile connection uses NAT (network address translation).</li>
 
                 <li><b>NAT</b> - the mobile connection uses NAT (network address translation).</li>
                 <li><b>Bridge</b> - bridges the LTE data connection with LAN. In this mode the router relay the IP address received from the ISP to another LAN device (e.g., computer). Using Bridge mode will disable most of the router’s capabilities.</li>
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                 <li><b>Bridge</b> - bridges the LTE data connection with LAN. In this mode the router relay the IP address received from the ISP to another LAN device (e.g., computer). Using Bridge mode will disable most of the router’s capabilities and you will only be able to access your router's WebUI with a [[Setting_up_a_Static_IP_address_on_a_Windows_10_PC|static IP configuration]].</li>
 
                 <li><b>Passthrough</b> - works in a similar fashion to Bridge mode, except in Passthrough mode the router will have an Internet connection and be reachable from LAN, because the router's DHCP Server is not disabled.</li>
 
                 <li><b>Passthrough</b> - works in a similar fashion to Bridge mode, except in Passthrough mode the router will have an Internet connection and be reachable from LAN, because the router's DHCP Server is not disabled.</li>
 
             </ul>
 
             </ul>
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     <td>PIN number</td>
 
     <td>PIN number</td>
 
         <td>string; default: <b>none</b></td>
 
         <td>string; default: <b>none</b></td>
         <td>A 4-12 digit long numeric password used to authenticate the modem to the SIM card.</td>
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         <td>A 4-digit long numeric password used to authenticate the modem to the SIM card.</td>
 
     </tr>
 
     </tr>
 
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     <tr>
 
       <td>Service mode</td>
 
       <td>Service mode</td>
       <td>2G only | 3G only {{#ifeq:{{{3g}}}|0||> 4G (LTE) only |2G + 3G| 2G + 4G| 3G + 4G |}} | Automatic; default: <b>Automatic</b></td>
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       <td>2G only | 3G only {{#ifeq:{{{3g}}}|0||< 4G (LTE) only |2G + 3G| 2G + 4G| 3G + 4G |}} | Automatic; default: <b>Automatic</b></td>
 
       <td>Your service mode preference. If your local mobile network supports 2G, 3G and 4G (LTE), you can specify to which type of network you wish to connect to. For example, if you choose 2G only, the router will connect to a 2G network, so long as it is available, otherwise it will connect to a network that provides better connectivity. If you select Automatic, then the router will connect to the network that provides the best connectivity.</td>
 
       <td>Your service mode preference. If your local mobile network supports 2G, 3G and 4G (LTE), you can specify to which type of network you wish to connect to. For example, if you choose 2G only, the router will connect to a 2G network, so long as it is available, otherwise it will connect to a network that provides better connectivity. If you select Automatic, then the router will connect to the network that provides the best connectivity.</td>
 
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