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HP MSR930 Configuration Manual

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HP MSR930 Verizon 4G-LTE/3G
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Table of contents
Introduction .................................................................................................................................................................................... 2
Background information .............................................................................................................................................................. 2
Requirements ................................................................................................................................................................................. 2
Network diagram ........................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Configure ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
Setup basic device attributes ................................................................................................................................................. 6
Configure the 4G-LTE/3G interface....................................................................................................................................... 7
Access SIM card data ................................................................................................................................................................ 8
Verify .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 12
Troubleshoot ................................................................................................................................................................................ 12
Determine software revision ................................................................................................................................................ 12
Upgrade software ................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Additional links ............................................................................................................................................................................. 14
Initial device setup ................................................................................................................................................................ 4
Login to router using CLI ..................................................................................................................................................... 5
Save current configuration ................................................................................................................................................. 5
Backup configuration ........................................................................................................................................................... 5
Reset to factory defaults or previously saved configuration ...................................................................................... 5
Setup administrator permissions ...................................................................................................................................... 6
Setup services ........................................................................................................................................................................ 6
Setup SNMP ............................................................................................................................................................................ 6
Setup terminal access permissions .................................................................................................................................. 7
Save configuration ................................................................................................................................................................ 7
Dial-up Internet access via 4G-LTE/3G interface ........................................................................................................... 7
Maintain a permanent connection via 4G-LTE/3G interface ..................................................................................... 11
4G-LTE/3G interface provides backup to primary connection .................................................................................. 12

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    Configuration guide HP MSR930 Verizon 4G-LTE/3G Router Series Table of contents Introduction ....................................2 Background information ................................2 Requirements ....................................2 Network diagram ................................... 3 Configure ......................................4 Initial device setup ................................4 Login to router using CLI ..............................5 Save current configuration ..............................

  • Page 2: Introduction

    By providing 4G-LTE/3G connectivity, many enterprises are connecting branch offices and remote sites to services hosted in centralized data centers, which is also known as “cloud”. The HP Next-Gen MSR930 Router Series supports the ability to provide Internet and WAN access at these remote locations, as primary or backup connections, establishing IPsec or L2TP tunnels over 4G-LTE/3G, and connecting users to different VPN instances over 4G-LTE/3G DVPN or 4G-LTE/3G L2TP.

  • Page 3: Network Diagram

    Figure 2 illustrates the connectivity of a laptop and an HP MSR930 Router Series when performing initial configuration • A USB port on the laptop is connected to the system console port of the HP MSR Router Series using a USB to serial •...

  • Page 4: Configure, Initial Device Setup

    Configuration guide | HP MSR930 Verizon 4G-LTE/3G Router Series Figure 3 illustrates the connectivity of an HP MSR930 4G-LTE/3G (CDMA) with a 4G-LTE interface that uses a 4G-LTE network as a backup to the primary connection. Figure 3. Using 4G-LTE/3G as backup access to Internet...

  • Page 5: Display Startup, Login To Router Using Cli

    Configuration guide | HP MSR930 Verizon 4G-LTE/3G Router Series Login to router using CLI With PuTTY running and connected to the HP MSR Router Series, you should see text being displayed. Press Enter once to display a “username:” prompt •...

  • Page 6: Ftp Server Enable, Ssh Server Enable

    Configuration guide | HP MSR930 Verizon 4G-LTE/3G Router Series Setup basic device attributes This section describes how to setup basic device attributes for an HP MSR Router Series. This section is applicable for both routers used in the configuration. Commands at the CLI can be generally be abbreviated with three letters as in these examples:...

  • Page 7: Setup Terminal Access Permissions

    “startup.cfg” when you have a known good configuration for archival and backup purposes. Dial-up Internet access via 4G-LTE/3G interface This configuration describes how to configure an HP Next-Gen MSR930 Router Series to provide dial-up Internet access via a 4G-LTE/3G interface. Follow these steps to configure the 4G-LTE/3G interface: After performing initial setup, save the configuration •...

  • Page 8: Access Sim Card Data

    Configuration guide | HP MSR930 Verizon 4G-LTE/3G Router Series Access SIM card data Use the display cellular-Ethernet 1/0 all command within the cellular-Ethernet interface. If the account is not activated, you can use this information to give to Verizon. Information in bold is what the carrier would require.

  • Page 9

    Configuration guide | HP MSR930 Verizon 4G-LTE/3G Router Series Profile index = 3 PDP Type = IPv4v6, Header Compression = OFF Data Compression = OFF Access Point Name (APN) = VZWINTERNET Authentication = NONE Username = * - Default profile...

  • Page 10

    Configuration guide | HP MSR930 Verizon 4G-LTE/3G Router Series Profile index = 12 PDP Type = IPv4v6, Header Compression = OFF Data Compression = OFF Access Point Name (APN) = vzwapp Authentication = NONE Username = Profile index = 13...

  • Page 11: Maintain A Permanent Connection Via 4g-lte/3g Interface

    Configuration guide | HP MSR930 Verizon 4G-LTE/3G Router Series LTE related info ------------------ Current RSSI = -61 dBm Current RSRQ = -9 dB Current RSRP = -89 dBm Current SNR = 9 dB Tx Power = -3276 dBm Active Band = E-UTRA Operating Band 13...

  • Page 12: Display Version

    • – You should get replies from Cellular-Ethernet 1/0 interface. Verify 4G-LTE/3G interface with permanent connection Do not enter anything on the HP MSR930 Router Series system console for a period longer than the “dialer timer idle xxx” • command The Cellular-Ethernet 1/0 interface remains with a status of up •...

  • Page 13: Upgrade Software

    – Login as user admin, password admin – Put software .bin file from laptop to the HP MSR Router Series After the software .bin file has been transferred to the HP MSR Router Series, use the system console to assign the new •...

  • Page 14: Additional Links

    © Copyright 2015 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty.

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