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Standard User yerzu
(newbie) Wed 02-Oct-19 09:28:43
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Re: Huawei B525 - firmware guide to enable bridge mode and m


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B525 is HiLink. Probably any router is HiLink (modems can be some NDIS or something else - without web GUI). In conclusion - if You have web GUI (entering address like 192.168.8.1 or 192.168.1.1 etc.) then You have HiLink version and You can use my app.
Standard User dect
(committed) Wed 02-Oct-19 09:48:02
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In reply to a post by yerzu:
B525 is HiLink. Probably any router is HiLink (modems can be some NDIS or something else - without web GUI). In conclusion - if You have web GUI (entering address like 192.168.8.1 or 192.168.1.1 etc.) then You have HiLink version and You can use my app.
I appreciate your polish but you're not making sense, I said in my previous post that I do not believe there is a Huawei B525 API that configures aggregation.
Standard User yerzu
(newbie) Wed 02-Oct-19 13:18:05
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Sorry I not readed to end Your post and my answer it: yes API net-mode allows to change band and enable auto aggregation and forced aggregation (f.e 900+1800). If Yours BTS supports aggregation then it should work.

First of all You must force band to connect with propper BTS and then change band to that allows aggregate bands - thats all.
In my app aggregation is labeled LTE+ and enables during download (like on sample screen in google store).


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Standard User dect
(committed) Wed 02-Oct-19 15:05:43
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In reply to a post by yerzu:
yes API net-mode allows to change band and enable auto aggregation and forced aggregation (f.e 900+1800).
The Huawei B525 API net-mode only takes three parameters (NetworkMode, NetworkBand and LTEBand).

NetworkMode can be 01 for 2G, 02 for 3G and 03 for 4G

NetworkBand is the value for the 3G band, when not in use it is set to 3FFFFFFF

LTEBand is the value for the primary LTE bands available to the router this is not anything to do with aggregation, when not in use its set to 7FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF

For example

if you want to lock it to only band 20 on 4G you would pass the following parameters
03, 3FFFFFFF, 80000

if you want to restrict/limit it to band 3 or band 20 on 4G you would pass the following parameters
03, 3FFFFFFF, 80004

Edited by dect (Wed 02-Oct-19 15:10:29)

Standard User yerzu
(newbie) Wed 02-Oct-19 15:20:13
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if you want to lock it to only band 20 on 4G you would pass the following parameters
03, 3FFFFFFF, 80000

if you want to restrict/limit it to band 3 or band 20 on 4G you would pass the following parameters
03, 3FFFFFFF, 80004


Yes! Code 80004 locks to 800+1800 and run aggregation if its supported by BTS.

Link to my app is deleted by admin. If someone want to check this app please search in google play "huaCtrl".

Edited by yerzu (Wed 02-Oct-19 15:24:48)

Standard User dect
(committed) Wed 02-Oct-19 16:16:35
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[re: yerzu] [link to this post]
 
In reply to a post by yerzu:
In reply to a post by dect:
if you want to lock it to only band 20 on 4G you would pass the following parameters
03, 3FFFFFFF, 80000

if you want to restrict/limit it to band 3 or band 20 on 4G you would pass the following parameters
03, 3FFFFFFF, 80004


Yes! Code 80004 locks to 800+1800 and run aggregation if its supported by BTS.

Link to my app is deleted by admin. If someone want to check this app please search in google play "huaCtrl".
The decision to aggregate is done by the mobile network (aka BTS) not the Huawei B525 routers configuration. Even if you lock a Huawei B525 to just band 20 it will still aggregate with other bands if the mobile network tells it too.

There in nothing in the Huawei B525 configuration that can be changed (locally or via an app) to stop or allow aggregation that is the important thing for everyone to know.
Standard User yerzu
(newbie) Wed 02-Oct-19 16:43:29
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In reply to a post by dect:
There in nothing in the Huawei B525 configuration that can be changed (locally or via an app) to stop or allow aggregation that is the important thing for everyone to know.


Why You are talking about something without tests? I tested this and if I set band to only 1800 then aggregation not fire up (api/monitoring/status returns 101) and then if I set 900+1800 (in my case) then api returns status 1011 which means agg is applied.

Edited by yerzu (Wed 02-Oct-19 16:45:06)

Standard User dect
(committed) Wed 02-Oct-19 17:00:51
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In reply to a post by yerzu:
In reply to a post by dect:
There in nothing in the Huawei B525 configuration that can be changed (locally or via an app) to stop or allow aggregation that is the important thing for everyone to know.


Why You are talking about something without tests? I tested this and if I set band to only 1800 then aggregation not fire up (api/monitoring/status returns 101) and then if I set 900+1800 (in my case) then api returns status 1011 which means agg is applied.
What I am saying is not new, it is very well documented in the polish Huawei B525 forums. If you disagree maybe you should take it up with your fellow country men as they are far more cleverer than me.
Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Wed 02-Oct-19 17:51:20
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I wonder if anyone knows what Permissions yerzu's own app requests/needs ?

Note that the direct link post was deleted. The one with the name of the app is still present, plus a quote of that.

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Standard User andynormancx
(member) Wed 02-Oct-19 18:25:35
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From the Play Store listing:

- view network connections
- full network access
- prevent device from sleeping
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