2 Agenda Brief Introduction of 3G- Modules and Platforms. SP CDMA certification.Technical overview of new CDMA SKU offerProcess and Procedure of how to upgrade the CDMA firmware from One SP to another SP .CDMA Flat file management.CDMA IVR process and scripts.Hands on training for partners.Feedback.
6 New 88xG with embedded 3G/3.5G solution Change the existing 3G/3.5G PCEX card solution to embedded 3G/3.5G modem solution for 880G platforms (Common Architecture)Built in TNC connectors for external Main and Diversity/GPS cable/antenna connectionsNew chassis design with better air flow, no moving parts on C881 (fanless), improve RSSI LED status bar and 3G service LEDNew SKUs: C881G-U-K9, C881G-V-K9, C881G-S-K9, C881G-B-K9, C887VAG-S-K9Support HSPA with DL/UL of 7.2mbps/5.76mbps (850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz Sierra Wireless MC8795V)Support EV-DO for Verizon, Sprint, BSNL Rev A with DL/UL of 3.1mbps/1.8mbps (800, 1900 MHz Sierra Wireless MC5728V)Native SMS, standalone GPS and Assisted GPS CapabilitiesEnhance 3G MIB to support new SKUs, GPS, SMS ...Remotely initiate data call back using SMSDual SIM support for HSPAOrderable NOW !
7 New 88xG with embedded 3.7G solution for Global Change the existing 3.5G PCEX card solution to embedded 3.7G modem solution for 880G platforms (Common Architecture)Built in TNC connectors for external Main and Diversity/GPS cable/antenna connectionsNew chassis design with better air flow, no moving parts on C881 (fanless), improve RSSI LED status bar and 3G service LEDNew SKUs: C881G+7, C886VAG+7-K9, C887VAG+7-K9, C887VAMG+7-K9, C888EG+7-K9Support HSPA+ Rel 7 with DL/UL of 21mbps/5.76mbps (850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz Sierra Wireless MC8705)Native SMS, standalone GPS and (future) Assisted GPS CapabilitiesEnhance 3G MIB to support new SKUs, GPS, SMS ...Remotely initiate data call back using SMSDual SIM support for HSPA+Orderable NOW !
8 New 3G eHWIC supported on ISR G2 for EV-DO Will deliver eHWIC-based 3G EV-DO card, which support on ISR G2 onlyNew SKU: eHWIC-3G-EVDO-X, Replace X with V=Verizon or S=Sprint or B=BSNLNew 1921 Bundles SKUs: C1921-3G-V-K9, C1921-3G-V-SEC/K9, C1921-3G-S-K9, C1921-3G-S-SEC/K9, C1921-3G-B-K9, C1921-3G-B-SEC/K9Support EV-DO for Verizon, Sprint, Bharat Rev A with DL/UL of 3.1mbps/1.8mbps (800, 1900 MHz Sierra Wireless MC5728V)Native SMS, standalone GPS and (future) Assisted GPS CapabilitiesEnhance 3G MIB to support new SKUs, GPS, SMS ...Remotely initiate data call back using SMSLimited E911 & E112 support for VoIP callsOrderable NOW !
9 New 3.5G eHWIC supported on ISR G2 for Global Will deliver eHWIC-based 3.5G card, which support on ISR G2 onlyNew SKU: eHWIC-3G-HSPA-UNew 1921 Bundles SKUs: C1921-3G-U-K9, C1921-3G-U-SEC/K9HSPA with DL/UL of 7.2mbps/5.76 Mbps (850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz Sierra Wireless MC8795V)Native SMS, standalone GPS and (future) Assisted GPS CapabilitiesEnhance 3G MIB to support new SKUs, GPS, SMS ...Remotely initiate data call back using SMSLimited E911 & E112 support for VoIP callsOrderable NOW !
10 New 3.7G eHWIC supported on ISR G2 for Global Will deliver eHWIC-based 3.7G card, which support on ISR G2 onlyNew SKU: eHWIC-3G-HSPA+7HSPA+ Rel 7 with DL/UL of 21mbps/5.76 Mbps (850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz Sierra Wireless MC8705)Native SMS, standalone GPS and (future) Assisted GPS CapabilitiesEnhance 3G MIB to support new SKUs, GPS, SMS ...Remotely initiate data call back using SMSSession persistent connection for time-sensitive applicationsLimited E911 & E112 support for VoIP callsOrderable NOW !
11 Embedded & External/Diversity Introducing the Cisco 819 Series Broadband Wireless ISR19411941WSM SlotsISM Slots1Fixed n RadioEHWIC Slots2Onboard WAN Ports2 GEOnboard DSP SlotsDefault Flash256 MBDefault DRAMForm Factor2RU819G819HG819GW819HGW3G/4G WANEVDO or HSPA+3G AntennaExternal/DiversityEmbedded & External/DiversityWLAN (a/b/g/n)no2.4 or 5.0 GHzUnified Support (Licensed Option)yesWifi AntennaExternalOnboard WAN Ports1 GE12-in-1 Serial (Licensed Option for Sync WAN)1Onboard LAN Ports4 FEGPS / SMSYESIOS (Universal Image)15.1(4)M &15.2(1)TReset to Safe/Golden IOS & ConfigWAAS Express ( Option)YesHardened (-20/60C / IP41)NOPower SupplyExternal (AC, DC Q1CY2012)Dimensions (HxDxW)178x173x44 mmEstimated AvailabilityOrderable NOW !Orderable NOW
12 Form Factor of 819 Hardened SKUs: Industrial Grade Components Extended Temperature: -25C up to + 60CEnvironmental Protection: 95% Humidity, IP 41 for Splash Water and Pollution 3 (Dust)Shock and Vibe: MIL-STD-810, EN-50155, SAEJ1455, & ENG3396Mounting Options: Din-Rail, Floor, Wall Mount3G & GPS TNCPower inputRP-TNCWLAN8x LEDsReset switchMini-USB12-in-1 Serial4 FE LANGE WAN (top)Console (bottom)GDN
13 819 Mounting Options DIN rail mounting Floor mounting Wall mounting Preferred by many European customersFloor mountingAmbulances, trucks, etc.Wall mountingATMs, kiosksUser removable SIM access panel
15 Cisco 3G/4G Accessory Cables, Extensions, Bundles & Other Lightning ArrestorAntenna LMR /50/75 ft CableAntenna Extension BaseAntenna LMR /50 ft CableNamePIDLengthLMR 400 Cable (Ultra Low Loss) TNC to TNC4G-CAB-ULL-204G-CAB-ULL-5020 ft (6 m)50 ft (15 m)LMR 400 Cable (Ultra Low Loss) TNC to N-typeCAB-L TNC-NCAB-L TNC-N20 ft (6m)50 ft (6m)LMR 240 Cable TNC to TNC4G-CAB-LMR240-254G-CAB-LMR240-504G-CAB-LMR240-7525 ft ( 7.5 m)75 ft (22.5 m)Antenna Extension Base4G-AE010-R4G-AE015-R10 ft (3 m)15 ft (4.5 m)Lightning Arrestor4G-ACC-OUT-LA-Ultra Low Loss cable has approx 2 DB less los than normal cable
16 CDMA Service 1xRTT 1xRTT theoretical max speeds are 150kbps/80kbps. EVDO Rel 0EVDO Rev 0 provides speeds of 600Kbps-1,400Kbps Download (bursts to 2.4Mbps), 500Kbps-800Kbps Upload (bursts to 1.5Mbps).EVDO Rel AEVDO Rev A provides speeds of 600Kbps-1,400Kbps Download (bursts to 3.1Mbps), 500Kbps-800Kbps Upload (bursts to 1.8Mbps) - comparable to home DSL service
17 Need for Carrier provisioning CDMA technology does not use SIM card for carrier/subscriber provisioning, so this information has to be provisioned on the modemThe carrier specific configuration on the 3G modem are:Modem ESN and Security KeysCarrier PRI and PRLModem FirmwareAdditionally a security information file (flat file) generated during modem provisioning that’s needs to be sent back to the carrierTo support a new CDMA carrier, there are 2 options:Create additional CDMA HWIC SKU and perform provisioning in manufacturingUse the generic CDMA HWIC and defer provisioning to Cisco partner/reseller
18 Now, in practice Actual Bandwidth Values depends on the following Factors RSSI ValueECIO ValueCellular Medium shared among Multiple Users.Distance between Site to BTS Tower
19 AntennaThe extended out-door antenna is meant to extend the reach outside the surroundings if the surroundings (lot of metal cages etc.) blocking the radio signal. But it can not improve the already weak signal.cell-site itself is breathing heavily (in case of extreme over-sbuscription and inadequate radio resource planning), the signal will fluctuate. In that case, even the extended antennas won't help
20 What is the recommended Values of SNR and ECIO to declare site signal strength bad or fluctuating Or requires Diversity Antenna or Outdoor Antenna
21 RSSI Recommended Values RSSI Recommended Values dBm or better RSSI means good reception and better through to -89dBm is considered to be ok with reasonable throughput to -99 dBm is bad reception and throughput will vary significantly dBm onwards, should expect loss of connectivity. if -99, will see modems are working fine : Short answer, Yes, beyond 90 - nothing guaranteed but have seen card working at -90s at times but with very low throughput and high delays.
22 ECIO Recommended Value ECIO value as low as possible. Lab tests have indicated ECIO ≤-2 dB. If you observed a value of -7 or something similar, you might have a very noisy environment, which may in turn cause retransmissions of the packets, lower throughput, call drops, etc.
23 Generic CDMA HWIC model Sierra Wireless creates a generic CDMA modemSierra WirelessSierra WirelessCisco Manufacturing inserts the generic modem into the generic CDMA HWIC SKUCisco ManufacturingGeneric CDMA HWICLocal Partner/Disti stocks the generic CDMA HWIC and sends them to local vendorDistributor/PartnerProvisioningPartnerCDMA CarrierLocal vendor provisions the modemCustomer/PartnerProvisioned CDMA HWIC
24 India CDMA SPCurrently in India we have following THREE Major 3G CDMA Service provider , who offers different variant of activation process .2S.NOCDMA SPActivation Method1BSNLManual (ESN Based)2RelianceOTAF orOTAF w/IVR(Need Flat File)3TATA
25 Migration between CDMA Service provider Example:ProvisionWith FactoryReset PackageProvision w/ Reliance or TATA CDMABy Default BSNL CDMA ModemRequirementsOn siteRequired Cable of following 3G4G-CAB-USB-RSVD(=) is for the “mini-USB to regular USB” RSVD For Fixed 3GOR3G-CAB-RJ45-RSVD(=) is for the “RJ45 to regular USB” RSVD For Module 3G.WINDOWS XP LaptopPackage tools and Firmware can be downloaded from CCO
26 Modem Provisioning Process Sierra Wireless provides a GUI based modem provisioning toolThe 3G HWIC allows direct access to modem via the diag portProvisioning steps:Boot up router with 3G HWICEnable modem access from diag port using an IOS command:test cell-hwic x/x/x usb-to-dm(Note: This requires that you have “service internal” enabled in the config mode)Connect the USB-to-RJ45 cable from the PC with SWFlash to HWIC diag portRun SWFlash on the PC which would download PRI/PRL/FW and create an entry in flat file (~10 mins)Send the combined flat file to the carrierPC with Sierra SWFlashSpecial USB to RJ45 cableHWIC in a Router
27 Modem Provisioning Tools/Software SWFlash –Configuration ToolThis is the Windows program that provisions the modem using a package. This program uses the CCT to program/configure modemsPackage - Configuration bundle of:Modem FirmwarePRL – Preferred Roaming List (provided by carrier)PRI – Product Release Instructions (aka modem NV settings)Flat FileOutput file created by CCT. Contains modem security keys and configuration data that must be sent to the appropriate cellular carrier (copies to Sierra Wireless)
28 SWFlash Tool - PC System Requirements Basic requirementsWindows XP Professional (SP 2), WIN7 32 Bit OS computerBuilt-in USB or UART connectivity appropriate for modem256MB+ memory, 1GB+ hard disk spaceMicrosoft ExcelConnection to modem on the HWICCisco 3G HWIC product team would provide special USB-to-RJ45 cableNetwork connectivity to transfer flat fileNote: SWFlash software bundle would be provided by Ciscoto the provisioning partner.
30 Hands on SessionLet us Continue, How to install , Configure and Provision the CDMA Packages.
31 Main Antenna vs Diversity Antenna The diversity antenna supports only downlink;The main antenna supports both uplink and downlink .Multipath is a form of RF interference that occurs when a radio signal has more than one path between the receiver and the transmitter. This situation occurs in cells with metallic or otherRF-reflective surfaces, such as furniture, walls, or coated glass. The diversity antenna ports are designed for spatial diversity, and the radio checks the other antenna only when it encounters errors.Contd..
32 Diversity antenna should be used always wherever possible Diversity antenna should be used always wherever possible. Typically, when the signals are not good (worse than -69dBm ) and lot of interference due to surrounded by lot of radio sources, metal casings, metal cabinates, the ECIO value goes down. In such scenaro, Diversity plays an important role to improve the overall throughput.On what basis will decide to choose in door or out door or low antenna?For commercial deployments where the router is generally deep inside the buildings (in a closet or rack room), it is recommended to use external/outdoor antenna so the antenna can be placed out side the room/closet and can receive the unattenuated cellular signal. Recommended deployment for antenna is at the edge of the building (glass-wall or window etc.) or on the roof-top of the building for better reception.
33 Site Survey ChecklistWhat is distance between Site to BTS Tower?.Volume of Subscribes over that region?What type of CDMA service offering by Service Provider?What is the RSSI (Signal Value) at the Place, where we kept router?.What is the RSSI Signal value at Outside?
34 CDMA Activation Methods Manual ActivationOTAF ActivationOTAF Activation using IVRDuring OTAF activation process, IVR system expect to receive DTMF digits forvarious selection process. Using Cisco EEM scripts, we can send the DTMF digits during OTAF process.
35 3G WWAN HWIC Configuration and Monitoring Modem Profile configuration and activationCellular Interface configurationCONFIGURATIONIOS Dialer/Backup ConfigurationModem HW/SW StatusMONITORINGModem Signal/Network/Service StatusData connection StatusModem profile configuration and account activationCellular interface configurationData connection setup and teardownReverse Telnet for modem AT command promptCellular modem firmware upgradeShow cellular commandsDebug and testIOS CLIOnly for troubleshooting, not supported officially
36 HWIC Insertion and Recognition show version:1 Virtual Private Network (VPN) Module1 Cellular interfaceDRAM configuration is 64 bits wide with parity enabled.479K bytes of NVRAM.show diag:WIC Slot 0:3G WWAN HWIC-HSDPA/UMTS/EDGE/GPRS-850/900/1800/2100MHzHardware Revision : 1.0... Product (FRU) Number : HWIC-3G-GSMVersion Identifier : V01show run:!interface Cellular0/0/0no ip addressshutdown
37 CDMA Modem Activation CLI (Manual) CDMA Modem activation command:cellular cdma activate manual <mdn> <min> <msl>Activation Parameters:mdn 10-digit mobile directory numbermin digit mobile identity numbersid System IDnid Network IDmsl Master Subsidy Lock (Activation Code)Note: Modem NAM parameters are provided by Wireless Services CenterRouter# cellular 0/0/0 cdma activate manualNAM 0 will be configured and will become ActiveModem ated with following ParametersMDN : ; MSID : ; SID :4183; NID 87:Checking Current Activation StatusModem activation status: ActivatedModem Parameters are being changedBegin ActivationAccount provisioning - Step 1 of 5Account provisioning - Step 2 of 5Account Provisioning - Step 3 of 5Account Provisioning - Step 4 of 5Account Provisioning - Step 5 of 5Secure Commit Result: SucceedDone Configuring - Resetting the Modem
40 OTAF w/IVR ResultBeginning OTASP activation OTASP number is *228 Oct 26 09:24:24.743: CHAT0/0/0: Matched chat script tata1 to string SP1 Oct 26 09:24:24.743: CHAT0/0/0: Asserting DTR Oct 26 09:24:24.743: CHAT0/0/0: Chat script SP1 started Oct 26 09:24:24.743: CHAT0/0/0: Sending string: at!AVDTMFB=1 Oct 26 09:24:24.743: CHAT0/0/0: Expecting string: OK Oct 26 09:24:24.791: CHAT0/0/0: Completed match for expect: OK Oct 26 09:24:24.791: CHAT0/0/0: Chat script tata1 finished, status = Success Oct 26 09:24:32.479: CHAT0/0/0: Matched chat script tata2 to string SP2 Oct 26 09:24:32.479: CHAT0/0/0: Asserting DTR Oct 26 09:24:32.479: CHAT0/0/0: Chat script SP2 started Oct 26 09:24:32.479: CHAT0/0/0: Sending string: at!AVDTMFB=2 Oct 26 09:24:32.479: CHAT0/0/0: Expecting string: OK Oct 26 09:24:32.527: CHAT0/0/0: Completed match for expect: OK Oct 26 09:24:32.527: CHAT0/0/0: Chat script tata2 finished, status = Success OTA State = MDN downloaded, Result = Success OTA State = PRL downloaded, Result = Success OTA State = Parameters committed to NVRAM, Result = Success Over the air provisioning complete; Result:Success Router#
41 GSM/UMTS Account Provisioning Install SIM on the back of HWIC-3G-GSMSet up a data callCarrierusernamepasswordAPNCreate modem profile with the username, password and APN
42 GSM/HSPA Modem Profile Configuration CLI GSM Profile configuration command:cellular x/x/x gsm profile create <number> <apn> [chap|pap] username passwdcellular x/x/x gsm profile delete <number>Profile Parametersusername: BSS authentication credentialpassword: BSS authentication credentialauthentication: PAP/CHAPapn: Access Point NameProfile SelectionUsing “ATDT*98*<profile-number>#”in the dialer chat script16 GSM Profiles can be configured at one timeNote: When no profile is selected profile 1 is usedRouter# cellular 0/0/0 gsm profile create 1 ISP.CINGULAR chapCINGULAR1Profile 1 = INACTIVE*PDP Type = IPv4, Header Compression = OFFData Compression = OFFAccess Point Name (APN) = ISP.CINGULARAuthentication = PAPUsername: Password: CINGULAR1
43 GSM/UMTS Network Selection Command PLMN Selection commands:cellular x/x/x gsm plmn searchcellular x/x/x gsm plmn select autocellular x/x/x gsm plmn select manual <mcc> <mnc>Manual PLMN Selection Parametersmcc: Mobile Country Codemnc: Mobile Network CodeNote:The PLMN Search command may take anywhere between 30 secs to 5 minutesTo see the available PLMNs, run the ‘show cellular x/x/x network’ commandDefault PLMN Selection ModeRouter# cellular 0/0/0 gsm profile create 1 ISP.CINGULAR chapCINGULAR1Profile 1 = INACTIVE*PDP Type = IPv4, Header Compression = OFFData Compression = OFFAccess Point Name (APN) = ISP.CINGULARAuthentication = PAPUsername: Password: CINGULAR1
44 Data call setup Router IOS Sierra Wireless Modem Chat Script has modem AT commandsModem AT CommandIOSDialerModemInterestingTrafficData Call SetupCarrierNetworkPacketGatewayPPP Session Established(CDMA)IP Address Obtained using IPCP(GSM/UMTS)IP ConnectivityRouter IOSSierra Wireless Modem
45 New Cellular Interface configuration The new Cellular interface is an Async Serial interface and requires following configurationPPP Configurationencapsulation pppppp chap hostname <username>ppp chap password <passwd>ppp ipcp dns requestDialer Configurationasync mode interactivedialer in-bandIP Address configurationip address negotiatedSample Configuration:interface Cellular0/0/0ip address negotiatedip nat outsideencapsulation pppdialer in-banddialer string gsmdialer-group 1async mode interactiveppp chap hostname dummyppp chap password 0 dummyppp ipcp dns request!Note: The ppp chap authentication credentials under the cellular interface needs to be obtained from the carrier.
46 DDR Configuration refresher Cellular is an Async dialer interface similar to an analog modemImplementation: RoutingEncapsulation: PPPMedia Type: AsyncInterface CellularDDR Configuration Steps:Enable DDR on the interfaceDefine chat-script for the dialer interfaceDefine Interesting trafficCreate dialer list for interesting trafficMap dialer list to the dialer interfaceinterface Cellular0/0/0dialer in-bandchat-script gsm "" "ATDT*99#"interface Cellular0/0/0dialer string cingularip access-list 1 permit anydialer-list 1 protocol ip list 1interface Cellular0/0/0dialer-group 1
47 Dialer/Chat Scripts for Cellular modem GSM/UMTSATDT*98*<profile-number>#where profile-number could be 1-16 and represents themodem profile to be used for the call. Example chat script:chat script gsm “” “ATDT*98*2” TIMEOUT 30 CONNECTCDMA/EVDOATDT#777Example chat script:chat script cdma “” “ATDT#777” TIMEOUT 30 CONNECT
48 New ‘show cellular’ commands c3825#show cellular 0/0/0 ?all Display all the informationconnection Current active connection and statisticshardware Cellular modem hardware informationnetwork Cellular network informationprofile Profile information in the modemradio Cellular modem radio informationsecurity Modem security status
49 CLI: show cellular connection - Displays the current active connection state and statistics.- Has different format for GSM and CDMAc3825#show cellular 0/0/0 connectionData Transmitted = bytes, Received = bytesProfile 1, Packet Session Status = ACTIVEIP address =Profile 2, Packet Session Status = INACTIVEInactivity Reason = Normal inactivate stateProfile 3, ....GSM# show cellular 1/0/1 connectionPhone number of outgoing call =Transmitted bytes = 21212, Received bytes =Current Call Status = CONNECTEDCurrent Call Duration = 100 secsCurrent Call State = Packet 1xRtt callAnswer mode for incoming calls = Data (all calls)Caller ID of incoming calls =Extended Caller ID of incoming calls =Last Call Disconnect ReasonCDMA
50 CLI: show cellular hardware - Displays the Modem firmware version and hardware details- For GSM/UMTS, SIM card information is displayed- For CDMA ESN and PRL information is displayedRouter#show cellular 0/0/0 hardwareModem Firmware Version = U1_2_22MCAP G:/WORKModem Firmware built = 04/17/06Hardware Version = E2International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) =International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) =Factory Serial Number (FSN) = S E2OKModem Status = OnlineCurrent Modem Temperature = 28 deg C, State = NormalGSMRouter#show cellular 0/0/0 hardware Modem Firmware Version = p Modem Firmware built = Hardware Version = 1.0 Electronic Serial Number (ESN) = 0x E Preferred Roaming List (PRL) Version = Current Modem Temperature = 31 degrees Celsius cdma-branch1-VZW#CDMA
51 CLI: show cellular profile - Displays all the modem profiles and related details- 16 Profiles supported for GSM, 2 for CDMAc3825#show cellular 0/0/0 profileProfile 1 = INACTIVEPDP Type = IPv4, Header Compression = OFFData Compression = OFFAccess Point Name (APN) = wwan.ccsAuthentication = CHAPUsername: Password: goevLaDIa4Profile 2 = INACTIVEAccess Point Name (APN) = wwan.ccs ...GSM# show cellular 0/1/1 profileElectronic Serial Number (ESN) =Modem activated = YESProfile Prov Date MDN MIN======= ========== =============== ===========*1 2005/04/2 2005/01/CDMA
52 CLI: show cellular radio - Displays modem radio statistics like signal strength and channels/band connected to- GSM and CDMA have different data displayedc3825#show cellular 0/0/0 radioCurrent Band = WCDMA 1900, Channel Number = 9721Current RSSI = -89 dBm, BER = BER<0.2GSM# show cellular 0/0/0 radioCurrent RSSI = -81 dBm, ECIO = -5 dBmCurrent Channel Number = 1175Current Band Class = Band Class 1Sector ID (Hex) = 0080:0580:0000:0000:000A:CCC5:4501:6001Subnet Mask = 104, Color Code = 237, PN Offset = 132Rx gain control(Main) = 0 dBm, Diversity = UnavailableTx total power = 6 dBm, Tx gain adjust = 1536 dBmCarrier to interference (C/I) ratio = 0CDMA
53 CLI: show cellular security - Displays modem lock state for CDMA- SIM card information for GSMc3825#show cellular 0/0/0 securityCard Holder Verification (CHV1) = DisabledSIM Status = OKSIM User Operation Required = NoneNumber of Retries remaining = 3GSM# show cellular 0/0/0 securityModem PIN Security LOCKEDPower-up lock ENABLEDCDMA
54 CLI: show cellular network (CDMA) - Displays carrier network information, very useful in debugging- Provides system and network ids for profile activation# show cellular 0/0/0 networkCurrent Service Indication = DIGITALCurrent Roaming Status = HOMECurrent Base Station Protocol = CDMA 1X REV 0Current System Identifier (SID) = 3000Current Network Identifier (NID) = 4000Serving Base Station location = longitude = 30 deg 45 min 30 sec,latitude = 45 deg 35 min 50 secCurrent System Time: Mon Aug 8 10:48:Type of service1xRTT or EVDOCDMA
55 Check for Signal/Service Availability Check RSSI :show cellular x/x/x radio <history>For a reliable connection RSSI should be > -90dBm. An RSSI value of -125dBm means no signal.The history option can be used to monitor network status over a period of time.Viewing the network and service status:show cellular 0/0/0 networkIf RSSI for WCDMA is less than -100dBm, modem automatically falls back to EDGE.
56 New ‘debug cellular’ commands c3825#deb cellular 0/0/0 messages ?all All debuggingasync Cellular async debuggingdata Data debuggingdm DM debuggingmanagement Mgmt debuggingvirt-con Virtual consolec3825#deb cellular 0/0/0 virt-con ?clear Clear all virtual console debug log messagesdisable Disable virtual console real time debug monitoringdump-data-structs Dump virtual console data structureslog Display virtual console messages from the debug logmonitor Enable monitoring of real time virtual console debugmessageswrapper-off Disable wrap around for virtual console log messageswrapper-on Enable wrap around for virtual console log messages
57 Test cellular Commands c2801#test cellular 0/1/0 ?cnm-process-enqueue Enqueue to CNM processmodem-power-cycle Modem Power Cyclemodem-reset Modem ResetUse the hidden command “service internal” in router configuration mode to enable the test commands
58 Relevant show commands for debugging show cellular 0/0/0 [all | connection | hardware | network | radio | security]all Display all the informationconnection Current active connection and statisticshardware Cellular modem hardware informationnetwork Cellular network informationprofile Profile information in the modemradio Cellular modem radio informationsecurity Modem lock statusshow ip route(Routing table on the router)show ip interface brief(List IP interfaces on the router)debug dialer(Dialer Debugs for call setup)debug ppp negotiation(PPP Debugs for call setup)
59 Common Field Issues Common field issues include: network attach failurePDP activation failureLoss of connectivityModem initialization sequence:modem initiates a network scanmodem attaches to a network automatically once a network is founduser can establish a Data Session (activate PDP context) after the attach procedure completes2012 Cisco Systems Inc
60 Troubleshoot Network Attach Issues Symptom:show cellular <unit> network shows the modem is not attached to the cellular networkSample show cellular <unit> network output when the modem is attached to networkCurrent Service Status = Normal, Service Error = NoneCurrent Service = CombinedPacket Service = HSPA (Attached)Packet Session Status = ActiveCurrent Roaming Status = HomeNetwork Selection Mode = AutomaticCountry = USA, Network = AT&TMobile Country Code (MCC) = 310Mobile Network Code (MNC) = 410Sample show cellular <unit> network output when the modem is NOT attached to networkCurrent Service Status = Emergency Only, Service Error = NoneCurrent Service = InvalidPacket Service = NonePacket Session Status = Inactive2012 Cisco Systems Inc
61 Troubleshoot Network Attach Issues (cont’ed) Solution/Steps:Check antenna connectionmake sure antenna is firmly attachedCheck network coveragecheck RSSI value in show cellular <unit> radio [history …]adjust antenna location if necessaryCheck modem is in online statemodem must be in “Online” mode in order to attach to the network. The radio is turned off and not transmitting if it is in “Low Power Mode”Router#show cellular 0/0/0 hardModem Firmware Version = T1_0_3_2AP R361 CNSModem Firmware built = 04/15/11Hardware Version = 1.0International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) = 00000International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) =Integrated Circuit Card ID (ICCID) =Mobile Subscriber International SubscriberIDentity Number (MSISDN) =Factory Serial Number (FSN) = CCModem Status = Online2012 Cisco Systems Inc
62 Troubleshoot Network Attach Issues (cont’ed) Check SIM presence status and SIM lock statusverify a SIM is properly inserted and the PIN is enabledshow cellular <unit> security sample output if SIM is installed properlyRouter#show cellular 0/0/0 securityCard Holder Verification (CHV1) = DisabledSIM Status = OKSIM User Operation Required = NoneNumber of CHV1 Retries remaining = 255show cellular <unit> security sample output if SIM is missing or not properly insertedSIM Status = RemovedNote that SIM presence status is also displayed in show controller cellular 0 on fixed platforms with dual SIM supportRouter#show controller cellular 0...Cellular Dual SIM details:No SIM presentCheck if a valid SIM is inserted, IMSIverify IMSI number in show cellular <unit> hardware output2012 Cisco Systems Inc
63 Troubleshoot PDP Activation Issues Symptom:cellular service has been acquired, but ping fails.Solution/steps:Check if GSM or data profile is configured properlyverify APN, username, and password settings in show cellular <unit> profilesNote thatUsername and password have to configured in GSM profile on HSPA-U and HSPA+7 EHWICs and fixed platform SKUs using “cellular <unit> gsm profile create” command.Username and password are limited to 32 characters in pre-15.1(4)M4 releases.Check if there is any subscription issuecheck “Service Error” in “show cellular <unit> network” outputcontact the carrier to verify account provisioning2012 Cisco Systems Inc
64 Troubleshoot PDP Activation Issues (Cont’ed) Check if chat-script has been configured properlyModemSample chat scriptCDMAchat-script cdma "" "ATDT#777" TIMEOUT 30 "CONNECT"GSM/HSPAchat-script umts "" "atdt*99#" TIMEOUT 180 "CONNECT"HSPA+chat-script plus "" "at!scact=1,1" TIMEOUT 60 "OK"Check if line has been configured correctly.Sample configuration:line 3script dialer plusmodem InOutno exectransport input all2012 Cisco Systems Inc
65 Troubleshoot PDP Activation Issues (Cont’ed) Check if cellular interface and/or dialer interface are configured properlyPPP or SLIP Configurationnon-HSPA+7 modemsencapsulation pppppp chap hostname <username>ppp chap password <passwd>ppp ipcp dns requestHSPA+7 modemencapsulation slipDialer Configurationasync mode interactivedialer in-banddialer string <string>dialer-group <number>IP Address configurationip address negotiatedSample Configuration:interface Cellular0/0/0ip address negotiatedip nat outsideencapsulation pppdialer in-banddialer string gsmdialer-group 1async mode interactiveppp ipcp dns requestNote that dialer list, ip route must be configured correctly.2012 Cisco Systems Inc
66 Troubleshoot Loss of Connectivity Issues Symptom:data traffic passes through initially but stops after sometime.Solution/steps:check PDP session status and IP addressVerify if PDP session is still active and if IP address is availableCheck RSSI valueVerify if signal level fluctuates in show cellular <unit> rssi historyCheck tx/rx packet countsVerify if packet counts shown in show interface cellular <unit> can be related to byte packets in “show cellular <unit> connection”2012 Cisco Systems Inc
67 Use EEM Script as A Workaround Sample Configuration:ip sla 21icmp-echo source-interface Vlan2frequency 360timeout 6000ip sla schedule 21 life forever start-time nowEventIPSLA object stateMIB objectsActionClear line or shut/no shut cellular interface –terminate the data callReset or power-cycle the modemaction if $_remainder eq 0action syslog msg "Modem Power Cycle. Wait 2 min..."action cli command "enable"action cli command "config t"action cli command "service internal"action cli command "end"action wait 1action cli command "test $cell_mod modem-power-cycle“action else…2012 Cisco Systems Inc
68 Use EEM Script as A Workaround (cont’ed) Complete sample script can be downloaded from -Please make sure to suspend EEM script using “event manager schedulerSuspend” when you control the modem from CLI. This is to avoidcontention between EEM script and CLI2012 Cisco Systems Inc
69 Problem in making a GSM Data Call NoCall initiateNoSuccessfulSIM card inserted?Insert a valid SIM cardYesYesdoneNoNoService Available/Attached?GSM profile configured?Create ProfileYesYesCheck antenna &RSSI levelCheck configurationchat scriptdialer listline <line#>interface cellular <unit>ip route2012 Cisco Systems Inc
70 Problem in Making A CDMA Data Call SuccessfulNoCall initiateNomodem activated?activate modemYesdoneYesNoService Available?Check antenna &RSSI levelYesCheck configurationchat scriptdialer listline <line#>interface cellular <unit>ip route2012 Cisco Systems Inc