DrayTek Configuring the Vigor2620 LTE Series and VigorLTE 200n for LTE Internet Access

DrayTek Configuring the Vigor2620 LTE Series and VigorLTE 200n for LTE Internet Access


Hi Everyone, Darren from DrayTek Australia
& NZ. Today I’ll show you how to configure the
Vigor2620L and LTE200n routers to enable 4G Internet access using the embedded LTE modem. First up, you’ll need a 4G enabled SIM and
then we need to remove the cover on the back of the router and insert the SIM into the
bottom slot. On these two routers there’s a second slot
available above that one for a secondary 4G Internet connection which will take over if the primary SIM connection fails for some reason, or if the WAN budget threshold is met. But the lower slot has higher priority so that’s the one we need to use for the primary connection or if you’re only putting one SIM in. Once that’s done, log into the router at
192.168.1.1 First off we need to go to WAN>>General
Setup. You’ll notice by default the Active Mode
for WAN1 is set to always on and LTE is set to failover. To change that, click on the LTE option. Select “Yes” to enable it, and for Active
Mode select “Always On”. Click OK to save and the router will prompt
to restart to save the settings. When it comes back up, go back to WAN>>General
Setup and we see that LTE is now configured as the
primary WAN connection and the others say “failover”. OK, now to connect to our ISP, go to WAN>>Internet
Access In the pulldown menu under “Access Mode”
for our LTE connection select “3G/4G LTE Modem (DHCP mode)”. Then click on “Details Page” Make sure it’s enabled, then under “SIM 1 Settings” enter the APN name for your service provider. This one’s for Telstra so we’ll type
“telstra.internet” in there. If you have a SIM card
in the secondary SIM slot, you can also enter the APN Name for that one
under the SIM2 Settings on the right side here. Then click OK to save. Now we can check if we’re online back at
the Online Status>>Physical Connection menu. It might take a moment to connect but if everything
went ok you should see the LTE connection details in green text in the LTE Status and
USB Modem sections. Green means we’re online. You can also find more details about the LTE
connection down under LTE>>Status. Ok, I’ll also include links below to our
application notes on this topic. For more information about DrayTek products
please check out our website at www.draytek.com.au. If you have any questions please comment below
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