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Connecting To Cellular Networks; Connecting To At&T Network; Connecting To Verizon Network - Honeywell CNI4 Operating And Installation Manual

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9 Appendix

9.3 Connecting to cellular networks

9.3.1 Connecting to AT&T network
AT&T Wireless uses 3 main types of IP addresses:
1. Public Static IP addresses. These IP addresses normally connect to an APN like: 12221.mcs or to an
APN provided by AT&T. The area code of the phone number must match the APN you are using.
2. Private Static IP addresses. These IP addresses can use the same APN as the public static IP
addresses or a dedicated IP provided by AT&T.
3. Private Dynamic IP addresses. This is typically what is used in mobile phones.
To obtain the APN:
1. Contact AT&T support
2. Authorize your account by providing either:
Phone number associated to the Sim
IMEID of the Sim card. It is written on the Sim card.
3. Request the following details from AT&T support
IP Address of the Sim card.
APN Associated to Sim card.
4. Ask AT&T to verify the MEID  with which the Cloud Link device is registered on the network. You can
find the Cloud Link MEID on the Honeywell label.

9.3.2 Connecting to Verizon network

Verizon Wireless uses 3 main types of IP addresses:
1. Public Static IP addresses. These IP addresses normally connect to one of the following APNs:
ne01.VZWSTATIC, mw01.VZWSTATIC, we01.VZWSTATIC or so01.VZWSTATIC. The area code of the
phone number must match the APN (ne, mw, we or so).
2. Private Static IP addresses. These IP addresses can use the same APN as the public static IP
addresses or a dedicated IP provided by Verizon.
3. Private Dynamic IP addresses, Verizon typically uses VZWINTERNET as an APN. This is typically
used in mobile phones.
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