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Contributor II
Posts: 51
Registered: ‎04-03-2007

RAP5 and the Verizon USB 760

Hello,
Anyone have experience with the newish USB760 Novatel modem from VZ? Which profile should I use or should I use specific options? Going to try this out tonight.
Cheers,
b
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Posts: 20,801
Registered: ‎03-29-2007

Verizon USB 760


Hello,
Anyone have experience with the newish USB760 Novatel modem from VZ? Which profile should I use or should I use specific options? Going to try this out tonight.
Cheers,
b




Bhubert,

The Verizon USB 760 needs special options. You need the latest version of RN code and you need the usb_dev of 0x14106000. Attached is a jpeg that shows you exactly what to provision on your controller.


Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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Contributor II
Posts: 51
Registered: ‎04-03-2007

Re: RAP5 and the Verizon USB 760

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No luck. Light on Modem just glows orange. I've used the USB card w/ my laptop to test and it worked fine. Any more ideas? I am running the latest (3.1.6.)
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Registered: ‎03-29-2007

Case


: USER:admin@10.0.1.109 COMMAND: -- command executed successfully
Jan 11 20:33:31 webui: USER:admin@10.0.1.109 COMMAND: -- command executed successfully
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No luck. Light on Modem just glows orange. I've used the USB card w/ my laptop to test and it worked fine. Any more ideas? I am running the latest (3.1.6.)




Does that Modem have the option for you to upgrade the firmware? I don't think that would work, but try. if it does not work, please open a case, so they can get to the bottom of it.


Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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Aruba Employee
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Registered: ‎12-09-2009

Re: RAP5 and the Verizon USB 760

rn-3.1.6 build should do. You need usb_type=option (2) in addition to usb_dev=0x14106000
Contributor II
Posts: 51
Registered: ‎04-03-2007

Re: RAP5 and the Verizon USB 760

OK. I doubled checked all that and no luck. RAP works fine over cable modem. USB760 works fine on laptop. If I click on the "USB" button on the RAP's page in the GUI it shows that the USB card is a novatel card too. I'll call support and post the fix here. b
Contributor II
Posts: 51
Registered: ‎04-03-2007

Verizon USB 760

I got this to work with the settings mentioned by first going into the Verizon Wireless Manager on a Windows machine. Plug the WWAN device into the computer, wait til it is recognized, confirm that it works by connecting to VZ WWAN, disconnect, go to Options / Preferences / Click on WWAN and uncheck the boxes for "Enable Removable Disk" and Enable VZAccess Manager" CD-ROM Disk. Click OK and wait for the settings to apply. Remove the Card, plug it into the AP and provision it according to Colin's instructions....Cheers, b
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Posts: 1
Registered: ‎11-29-2010

Re: RAP5 and the Verizon USB 760

Worked for me. Than Q so much guys.
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Re: RAP5 and the Verizon USB 760

Glad to hear it. Another example of how helpful our community is!


Colin Joseph
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