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Standard User oga83
(newbie) Tue 19-Nov-19 13:16:19
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Re: upgrade Cat 4 to Cat 7 router - LTE to LTE advanced


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When you enter your credit card pin code and wait too long between each digit, it might not work.
If you enter the digits in the wrong order, il will not work either.
So, you can see here that both the order and timings might be important.
It's the same with the net-mode api.

From your hex/band list, didn't you consider that 41 (1+40) could mean B1+B7 ?

I don't want to convince you. I just wanted to let you know that it's possible to configure the B525 with separate UL/DL bands and CA for DL.
And it's also very easy to check by yourself.
Standard User dect
(experienced) Tue 19-Nov-19 14:05:16
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In reply to a post by oga83:
From your hex/band list, didn't you consider that 41 (1+40) could mean B1+B7 ?
Yes that's why my last post said
In reply to a post by dect:
see band values below that can be added together
Adding together the hex values for bands simple makes those bands available as the primary band (not for CA or separate UL/DL).

The net-mode API has more parameters for some newer models and I agree it may be possible on those routers but not on the B525 (your comments actually convince me more that's the case).

Also note there is no hex value for the B32 band as this band cannot be selected as a primary band and adding all the hex values together equals 20800800C5 which is the max hex value for the B525-23a

Edited by dect (Tue 19-Nov-19 14:10:11)

Standard User oga83
(newbie) Tue 19-Nov-19 14:41:08
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[re: dect] [link to this post]
 
Adding together the hex values for bands simple makes those bands available as the primary band (not for CA or separate UL/DL).
That's true for routers that don't support CA

Regarding the B525, it depends whether you have an old B525s-23a (no CA) or a more recent B525s-65a (released in 2017) that supports 2CA. See the B525s-65a product description (Pdf page #5).
Of course, it makes no sense to try to configure CA on a router that does not support it. And the CA availabily also depends on the BTS.

But in both cases (avaliable bands or CA), the api is exactly the same.
If you take a more recent router like the B715 that supports 3CA, the api is still the same, without any additional parameter.

Also note there is no hex value for the B32 band
To check that a band is available, you have to use the net-mode-list api.

Edited by oga83 (Tue 19-Nov-19 14:46:51)


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Standard User dect
(experienced) Tue 19-Nov-19 16:16:39
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In reply to a post by oga83:
old B525s-23a (no CA) or a more recent B525s-65a (released in 2017) that supports 2CA
Both models support CA, It would be very strange if someone who claims to have developed a B525 app doesn't know that.

Edited by dect (Tue 19-Nov-19 16:29:49)

Standard User oga83
(newbie) Tue 19-Nov-19 16:47:05
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Both models support CA
No mention of CA in the B525s-23a product decription.

It would be very strange if someone who claims to have developed a B525 app doesn't know that.
Haha, believe what you want !
But I don't understand why you are so stuborn.
Obviously you don't know the api

I was just trying to help but I can see I'm not welcome.
I'm done here :;

Edited by oga83 (Tue 19-Nov-19 16:48:18)

Standard User dect
(experienced) Tue 19-Nov-19 17:03:19
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I'm not convinced you are who you say you are but thanks anyway.
Standard User buggerlugs
(learned) Tue 19-Nov-19 19:59:05
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I'm also wary of using this software. Its like giving total access to your router to a program installed on your system. Not something this website should be okay with really.
Standard User dect
(experienced) Tue 19-Nov-19 22:07:29
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In reply to a post by buggerlugs:
I'm also wary of using this software. Its like giving total access to your router to a program installed on your system.
Not just giving total access to your router but to your computer or mobile device and to the whole of your local network.

I always think if all the feature claims of a software developer are not true why would they lie and what is their ultimate objective.

This is no recommendation but I have been through line by line the code for the 'Huawei_Manager_1.3_PL_BETA' app without finding anything sinister, I wish I had access to the source code for the other apps that claim to be more feature rich.
Standard User kommando
(learned) Wed 20-Nov-19 11:18:02
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At the base of my network is a Draytek router, the info on IP traffic can be logged and you get the option to block indiviual IP's, I have seen no unusual traffic from any of these apps, which is more than you can say for one of Chinese CCTV's I have, which if I allowed it sends the odd random packet out, it may go in the bin one day but I doubt scenes of a cat flap are state secrets.
Standard User danfozzy85
(newbie) Wed 20-Nov-19 12:34:21
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is your program compatible with the b535, or plan for compatibility in the future?
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