|FAQ ID # 264|
|Last Update : 2013/12/31
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|Question / Issue|
|Using the Verizon Wireless / Pantech UML295 with the LAN-Cell 3|
|Answer / Solution|
Before using the Pantech UML295 modem in the LAN-Cell 3, Proxicast recommends making several configuration changes to the modem.
NOTE: The UML295 requires LAN-Cell 3 firmware version 5.3.2 or later
Since the UML295 defaults to use 192.168.32.0/24 subnet, you must not use this subnet on the LAN-Cell or any other networks accessible by the LAN-Cell.
The UML295 has two external antenna ports. For best results, use the "top" port (Figure 5). Use antenna pigtail ANT-104-290 for this port.
By default, the firmware currently available on the Verizon Wireless/Pantech UML295 modem does not allow “inbound” initiated connections from the Internet to the modem. For remote access applications such VNC, pcAnywhere, camera and DVR viewing, etc. additional modem configuration settings are required. To work around this issue, you must obtain a public static IP address from Verizon Wireless and modify the UML295 parameters as outlined in this article:
Or you can have the LAN-Cell 3 initiate an outbound VPN connection to a VPN server (e.g another LAN-Cell, Cisco, Juniper, SonicWall, etc.) to create a two-way communications tunnel.
The UML295 does permit all types of "outbound" Internet connections. It is appropriate for shared Internet service among multiple users, Wi-Fi HotSpots, or other applications where data is "pushed" from the LAN-side to a remote server.
These limitations may be removed in a future firmware release from Pantech, but no timeframe has been announced.
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