It’s interesting, I also can’t connect to this caster. Could you check with them if they are online? Perhaps, they can also provide alternative IP address to connect to.
I tried the different IP address that they provided me to no avail.
If I turn mobile data off, and connect to a wireless network, I can connect to the caster as shown below:
Ah I see, thanks! In this case please send us simple system report (you can get it from settings) from the unit with SIM card installed and activated. This is to check whether RS2 actually gets Internet access.
Simple system report
app version: 2.20.7-rs2-rc0-r0 'wifi_status, interface: wlan0': - wifi_mode: ap - access_point: band: bg channel: 1 password: null ip: 192.168.42.1 is_added: true is_connected: true mac_address: 6C:21:A2:92:7B:26 security: wpa-psk ssid: reach:46:AE uuid: a8d2d9f5-b9ba-4707-aad4-b44efd865dea base mode: base coordinates: accumulation: '2' antenna offset: east: '0' north: '0' up: '0' coordinates: - '0' - '0' - '0' format: llh mode: single-and-hold output: enabled: true format: rtcm3 path: tcpsvr://:9000#rtcm3 type: tcpsvr rtcm3 messages: '1006': enabled: true frequency: '0.1' '1074': enabled: true frequency: '1' '1084': enabled: true frequency: '1' '1094': enabled: false frequency: '1' '1124': enabled: false frequency: '1' bluetooth: discoverable: false enabled: false pin: '***' correction input: input2: enabled: true format: rtcm3 path: fgls/brfrierm:***@wiscors.dot.wi.gov:2101/RTCM3Net send position to base: single type: ntripcli input3: enabled: false format: rtcm3 path: :9028 type: tcpsvr logging: base: format: RTCM3 started: true version: null correction: format: RTCM3 started: true version: null interval: 24 overwrite: true raw: format: UBX started: true version: null solution: format: LLH started: true version: null lora: air rate: 2.6000000000000001 frequency: 868000 output power: 20 position output: output1: enabled: true format: nmea path: bluetooth type: bluetooth output2: enabled: true format: llh path: :9001 type: tcpsvr output3: enabled: true format: llh path: :2014 type: tcpsvr output4: enabled: true format: llh_ext path: :2015 type: tcpsvr rtk settings: elevation mask angle: '15' glonass ar mode: 'off' gps ar mode: fix-and-hold max horizontal acceleration: '1' max vertical acceleration: '1' positioning mode: kinematic positioning systems: compass: false galileo: false glonass: true gps: true qzss: false snr mask: '35' update rate: '5'
Have you already tried entering the IP address instead of domain name?
May I ask you to send me the Full System report in PM as well?
Thanks for sharing the report!
Have you tried to enter APN in the Mobile data tab?
I have entered an APN, I’m not sure it is the correct one though. Hopefully today I will be able to figure out if it is the correct one.
Please keep us posted regarding your tests with APN.
I had a couple of Reach RS2 units I could not connect to Telstra’s mobile network with the internal SIM slot. Thanks to Emlid support I learned to input the APN.
For me to connect to Telstra’s mobile network in Australia, I found the following worked really well as an APN value: telstra.iph
Can someone correct me if I am wrong but as of current you cannot use a Verizon sim card in the RS2? I tried today and even used the apn without caps but it will not allow me to turn on the mobile data, it thinks about if for a few minutes then doesn’t turn on. @tatiana.andreeva is there a reason that the sim card reader is only 2/3g and not 4g or even 4/5g? will there ever be any functionally for verizon sim cards? We are very limited with our cellphone signal here in montana.
In APN you must enter your cell phone provider for data. In my case it is data.personal.com.ar
If it’s GSM SIM Card from Verizon, then it should work.
In case it’s CDMA, it won’t work. Moreover, as far as I know, Verizon is wiping out its CDMA network, it will be deprecated by the end of 2019.
Leaving this here as a reference for others. I’m in the US; I went with AT&T service. Our IT person ordered service and provided AT&T with the IMEI number and device description. I installed the SIM card, powered up the RS2, set the APN value to ‘broadband’ and turned wireless data on. Worked great!
Also, I noticed the IMEI number is also visible at the bottom of the wireless data setup screen, I used that to confirm that I had the right SIM card in the right RS2 device by matching up the IMEI number I gave AT&T with the IMEI number on that setup screen.
Data seems to be working great so far.
Thank you for the information Ryan. I’ve been trying to find the right APN. I entered the one you suggested and it connects and shows 3G, however I still can’t get any data through the receiver. I can’t connect to the NTRIP or the hotspot to the internet. I have been trying to get this going to no avail.
How is it going?
I’ve checked available AT&T APNs here and it seems the
broadband APN should work. Have you already tried them?
I have tried the APN’s that you have suggested. I can get the sim card connected, but nothing still comes through. Which is really strange considering that is says I’m using data as shown below. I also have it set to share data from sim card to other devices, and I don’t get anything.
Could you please also share the screenshot of Correction input page when Mobile data is enabled?
May I ask you to generate the Full System report once again and send it to me in PM?
We’ve examined the Full System report you sent and haven’t found any issues in enabling Mobile data.
May I ask you to insert this SIM card into your phone to check if it has an Internet connection? Just to exclude the possibility that there can be an issue from the provider side.
Have you had a chance to check your SIM card?
I can’t put the SIM card in my phone. I spoke with the dealer that I bought the RS2 from, and they told me to go a different route.