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Wireless WAN ID question

#1 Post by opfor2 »

good day all,

I have a CF-31JBGHX1M,Mk 2 and just installed a MC7355, Gobi 5000 Wan card. The CF-31 is running windows 10 pro, and it's not seeing the new installed Wan card. Under "Optional Kit Config", Wireless Wan ID is set to 13. but still no connection. BTW, I do have a valid Verizon sim card. Any assistance would be appreciated thanks

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Because it's not supposed to be 13. It should be "0f"

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Re: Wireless WAN ID question

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Thank you for your response. I got assistance from another forum and they had me use WAN ID 4 which seemed to work. I am now online!! Do you think I should change it or just leave it?

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I mean 4 is for the Gobi 2000 3G cards.... I'd set it to 0f.

If it doesn't work then change it back but it *should* be 0f.

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Re: Wireless WAN ID question

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Rob wrote:I mean 4 is for the Gobi 2000 3G cards.... I'd set it to 0f.

If it doesn't work then change it back but it *should* be 0f.

Thanks!
So I finally had a chance to try and set the WAN ID to 0f, however, there is no "0f" as a choice in the Bios. Any ideas??

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You just manually type in "0f"... (zero)f.

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Re: Wireless WAN ID question

#7 Post by opfor2 »

Rob wrote:You just manually type in "0f"... (zero)f.

Thanks!

I gave "Zero f " a try and it didnt work for me so I went back to 4. Thank you for your help though

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