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INMARSAT FLEET F33 SHIP EARTH STATION
Your Local Agent/Dealer 9-52 Ashihara-cho, Nishinomiya 662-8580, JAPAN Telephone : Fax : 0798-65-2111 0798-65-4200
All rights reserved.
Printed in Japan
FIRST EDITION : DEC. 2004 B3 : JUN. 22, 2005
Pub. No. OME-56470 ( YOSH ) FELCOM30
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Do not open the equipment. Only qualified personnel should work inside the equipment. Do not approach the radome closer than 1 meter when it is transmitting. The radome emits radio waves which can be harmful to the human body, particularly the eyes. RF power density on antenna aperture 100 w/m w/m w/m 2 Distance 0.35 m 0.65 m 1.00 m
Do not disassemble or modify the equipment. Fire, electrical shock or serious injury can result. Any repair work must be done by a licensed radio technician. Improper repair work can cause electrical shock or fire. Turn off the power immediately if water leaks into the equipment or the equipment is emitting smoke or fire. Continued use of the equipment can cause fire or electrical shock. Do not operate the equipment with wet hands. Electrical shock can result.
Leave the equipment powered while underway. Distress cannot be communicated unless the equipment is powered.
No part of this manual may be copied or reproduced without written permission. If this manual is lost or worn, contact your dealer about replacement. The contents of this manual and equipment specifications are subject to change without notice. The example screens (or illustrations) shown in this manual may not match the screens you see on your display. The screen you see depends on your system configuration and equipment settings. This manual is intended for use by native speakers of English. FURUNO will assume no responsibility for the damage caused by improper use or modification of the equipment or claims of loss of profit by a third party. Please carefully read and follow the operation and maintenance procedures set forth in this manual. Store this manual in a convenient place for further reference.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD.... v SYSTEM CONFIGURATION... vi SPECIFICATIONS... SP-1 1. INTRODUCTION... 1-1
1.1 General.... 1-1 1.2 Communication services... 1-2
2. OPERATION FROM HANDSET... 2-1
2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 Display Panel and Key Panel of ISDN Handset.. 2-1 Switching ON... 2-2 SIM card.... 2-3 ISDN Handset.... 2-4 FELCOM 30 starts up... 2-4 Making a call.... 2-5 Redialing.... 2-6 Dialing from phone book.... 2-7 Incoming calls to hansdset... 2-7 Call hold and transfer... 2-8 Internal communication... 2-8 Various call procedures... 2-9 To call FELCOM 30.... 2-10 Phone book entry.... 2-10 Phone book editing... 2-12 Analogue telephone... 2-13
6.1.7 AT-commands.... 6-17 6.1.8 Troubleshooting.... 6-19 Mobile Packet Data Service (USB)... 6-22 6.2.1 Introduction.... 6-22 6.2.2 Connecting up.... 6-23 6.2.3 PC setup... 6-24 6.2.4 MPDS-setup.... 6-26 6.2.5 Checking default settings... 6-30 6.2.6 Connecting to server... 6-33 6.2.7 Traffic log.... 6-37 6.2.8 AT-commands.... 6-38 6.2.9 Troubleshooting.... 6-40 Mobile Data Service (RS-232)... 6-44 6.3.1 PPP modem via RS-232... 6-44 6.3.2 Connecting up.... 6-45 6.3.3 PC setup... 6-46 6.3.4 Checking default settings... 6-52 6.3.5 Connecting to server... 6-55 6.3.6 Troubleshooting.... 6-57 6.3.7 AT commands.... 6-58 6.3.8 DTE interface... 6-68 Mobile Data Service (USB)... 6-70 6.4.1 PPP modem via USB... 6-70 6.4.2 PC setup... 6-72 6.4.3 Checking default settings... 6-78 6.4.4 Connecting to server... 6-81 6.4.5 Troubleshooting.... 6-83 Data Service with Compression... 6-85 6.5.1 Introduction.... 6-85 6.5.2 Compression setup.... 6-86 6.5.3 Compression settings by AT commands... 6-88
7. TROUBLESHOOTING.... 7-1
7.1 Troubleshooting.... 7-1 7.2 Alarms and messages.... 7-4 7.2.1 Introduction... 7-4 7.2.2 Alarms.... 7-6 7.2.3 Clear causes.... 7-9 7.2.4 Troubleshooting: Real time status indications.. 7-14 7.2.5 Troubleshooting: Other logs... 7-16
8. LIST OF TERMS.... 8-1 9. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION... 9-1 APPENDIX: TERMINAL IDENTITIES... AP-1 Declaration of Conformity
A Word to the Owner of the FURUNO FELCOM 30 Congratulations on your choice of the FURUNO FELCOM 30 Inmarsat Fleet F33 Mobile Earth Station. We are confident you will see why the FURUNO name has become synonymous with quality and reliability. For over 50 years FURUNO Electric Company has enjoyed an enviable reputation for quality marine electronics equipment. This dedication to excellence is furthered by our extensive global network of agents and dealers. This equipment is designed and constructed to meet the rigorous demands of the marine environment. However, no machine can perform its intended function unless operated and maintained properly. Please carefully read and follow the recommended procedures for operation and maintenance. We would appreciate hearing from you, the end-user, about whether we are achieving our purposes. Thank you for considering and purchasing FURUNO equipment. Features The FELCOM 30 mainly consists of an antenna unit, communication unit, and a handset. The FELCOM 30 provides telephone, facsimile, and data services. The main features of the FELCOM 30 are Conforms to the following standards: INMARSAT MINI-M SDM, CN-MM056, 059, IEC 60945 (Ed. 4), IEC 60529 (Ed. 2), IEC 61162-1 (Ed. 2) Voice communication: 4.8 kbps Facsimile: G3-9.6 kbps Always-on Internet connections via MPDS Compact antenna unit: 400x400 mm, 8 kg Program number System version of the communication unit: REL 2.1 Software for PC, vtLite: 6.2
Ocean Region Service provider Signal strength indicator
The alarm indicator flashes when an alarm condition occurs. The indicator stops > once the alarm has been read in the Display Handset by pressing Information > Alarms & messages. The indicator continues to be displayed if the alarm condition persists.
Note: If the searching begins suddenly due to satellite blocking, restart a search manually, specifying your ocean region. See page 3-3 for details.
Making a call
1. Dial 00, country code and subscriber number, e.g.:
8 abc 1pqrs 6mno 7pqrs 2 abc 4 abc 4 abc 7pqrs 0
Dial (4.8K) 008167244700
For normal call For handsfree call
When entered, the display reads: When the remote end answers, the display reads:
The timer starts.
Connected 09:46 008167244700-
2. End the call by pressing , or hook ON/OFF replacing the handset in the cradle.
Use DEL key to modify entries: Pressing DEL key once, erases one digit. Holding the key more than 0.5 second erases the whole number. to toggle the loudspeaker ON/OFF. Use the handsfree key Alternative dialing: or to get the dialing tone, then dial the number. Press
8 abc 1pqrs 6mno 7pqrs 2 abc 4 abc 4 abc 7pqrs #A
The Redial Memory stores the last 30 called and received numbers (incoming IMN numbers are not conveyed from ashore). The data are erased when disconnecting the handset or FELCOM 30 is switched off. To redial calls made: 1 Press the arrow up key to recall the latest number dialed.
2 Use the arrow keys to scroll through the list. 3 Pressing hook ON/OFF sends the chosen number. To view calls received: 4 Press the arrow down key to recall the last number received. Scroll through list. To delete a listed number: 5 Press DEL to clear the chosen number from list. Press OK to delete: Revert to idle:
"Redial list entry" appears if no number is stored
OUT: Aug 01 02:01
OUT: Aug 01 01:02
"Received call list" if no number is stored Initiall call External call
INFEB10 16:11 unknown no. 02
Dialing from phone book
1 Press the phone book key and scroll through the phone book. 2 Press the hook ON/OFF key to call the selected number.
Incoming calls to handset
The handset rings when receiving a call. The ringing symbol flashes until the call is answered.
TUV8 WXYZ9 _0
Phone book editing
Open phone book menu and scroll down to the required function. If "Sort by ShrtNo" is selected, the function switches to "Sort by Name".
Add Entry Edit number
Add Entry Edit number Edit name Delete Search book See number Copy Sort by ShrtNo
Add name: Furuno Satcom_ Number: 004767244700
ALPHA appears when letters are to be entered.
Edit name: Furuno Satcom Deleting
to modify entries.
Delete Search book See number Copy Short by ShrtNo Sort by name
Name search: _
 0047672447 00
Short Number: 2_
11 Speaker Keypads R-button (not used) Storing / Microphone muting Last number redial Hook on / off Line cable outlet Microphone Memory (stored numbers) Volume control Ringing signal High / Low
1 Lift handset and receive dial tone 2 Dial the subscriber number (and #) 3 When finished, replace the handset
If the subscriber is busy, or you want to make a new call to the last dialled subscriber, you can lift the handset, receive new dial tone and then press the [REPETER] button. Note that this button is for manually dialled numbers only. Stored numbers will not be repeated using this method.
Storing abbreviated numbers
Ten subscriber numbers can be stored in the telephones memory in short from. The numbers can be used for outgoing call, by pushing 2 buttons only. 7 Lift handset and press [LAGRE/SEKR] button (Dont worry the dial tone) Press [MINNE] button. Select relevant storing address by pushing one button.(0 - 9) Dial the subscriber no. and # (max. 21 digits). Press [LAGRE/SEKR] button. Replace handset. The number is stored. Repeat the step 1 - 6 to store additional numbers.
If required to change a number, just overwrite existing number.
Abbreviated call 1 Lift handset and receive dial tone 2 Press [MINNE] button. 3 Press relevant storing address (0 9). The subscriber number is automatically dialled. Note: If you put the analogue phone, facing the key pad down for holding on call, the line will cut.
2 Scroll down to the required Net service provider.
001/CMC 002/Stratos 004/Telenor 005/OTE
3 Store the new Net service provider for the current Ocean Region. To preprogram Net provider for all Ocean Regions, vtLite Mobile software must be used. See chapter 5.
Serial ports A and B The data speed, format and flow control for the RS-232 serial ports A and B are set up as follows: 1 Open the MENU and scroll down to Ports.
See 3.1 Overview for available choices.
Port A Port B
2 Select the parameter to be set for Port A.
Speed Format Flow control
3 Select the listed data Speed 115200bps (default). Note that 1200 bps can not be used. 4 Select listed format: 8 data bits, no parity and 1 stop bit (default) Note that items of S=2 (stop bit: 2 bits) can not be used. 5 Set flow control to rts/cts (default). Note that xon/xoff trans can not be used. Port B driver switch
Select data speed, format and flow control as described above. Switching the driver from RS-232B to RS-422: 6 Select Ports, and scroll down to Port B. 7 Open the Driver switch function and scroll down to RS-422.
The RS-422 terminal block is now activated for connection of e.g. PC using cables of up to 100 m. The RS-232 serial port B is disconnected.
Open the menu and scroll down to read various information, as indicated (examples):
Diagnostics Forward Id Version Info Network Info Alarms & Msgs Position Speed/course
System Ctrl SW DSP Monitor KDB RFB ATB
F33.Aug Ver: 2.Aug 2004 2.3
On Off HW (fwd): A98853 IOR Spot: 5 Ready for call Clear Causes Alarms List Info Log 010d29m02s E 059d52m11s N Speed: 0.0 Course: 000
1.05 1) IFII/03501 Subscriber busy
1) Burst not sent 1) No contact with GPS
Only appears with Diagnostics ON
Alarm The alarm indicator flashes when an alarm condition occurs:
Telenor IOR Ready for call
The indicator stops once the alarm has been read in the Display Handset by > Information > Alarms & messages. pressing The indicator continues to be displayed if the alarm condition persists. The red alarm indicator on the CU (see next page) flashes in step with the alarm indicator in the display.
OPERATION FROM PC
Installing the PC program
The vtLite Mobile program allows FELCOM 30 to be operated or configured from a PC, including functions such as:
10 : 22 [UTC+02:00]
Clicking Edit or pressing at the satellite region selected in step 2, displays the list of available Net service providers. 4
R to enter chosen Net 5 Scroll to required Net provider: / , and press as default. Save stores the selected Net provider for this satellite (Ocean Region). 5
Click Yes sets Net service provider for all satellites (Ocean Regions).
Do you want the selected provider to be default for satellites as well ?
13 : 45 [UTC+02:00]
This phone setup menu includes the functions:
Limitation of call duration Setting time zone Indication of received calls(See next page.)
Double-click the Phone setup menu icon in the Function menu to access the functions. Call duration limit The call duration guard prevents accidental transmission of prolonged 64 kbps calls. The timer sets the point at which the call is automatically cleared. 1 Double-click the Call duration guard icon. 2 Click Edit to set the timer. / to select the required limit (either Stay connected or in steps 3 Scroll between 15 minutes and 12 hours), and click Selct to store the setting.
Exit Menu 2. Call 7. Message duration guard indication 3. MPDS Call Waiting 4. Set time zone
data calls are
MPDS call waiting The MPDS call waiting is to notify the presence of a fixed-originated routine priority voice or SCPC data call to a dialed-MES that is engaged in an on going MPDS call. Support for call waiting allows a user to remain connected to the MPDS network without worrying about missing a call. The default is disabled. If enabled, calls may be received during an MPDS session. Accepting such calls ends the MPDS session. Note that the call waiting functionality must be implemented on the LES.
1 Double-click the MPDS Call Waiting icon.
Click the Enab or Disab button. Click the Save button to store the setting.
Setting time zone The function sets the time displayed in the windows. 1 Double-click the Set time zone icon to change zone. 2 Press the Edit button to open the List.
3 Scroll zone.
to select the required zone. Click Selct to store the selected
Only one mode can be active at one time, as selected by the owner, see next page. Checking the dialing setup Via the Function menu > Advanced functions menu, double-clicking the Restrict dial icon on the Access control menu shows the active mode. Barred list Dial from Book only No restrictions
Restricted dialing setup (owner level only)
"Barred list" and phone book are established as follows: 1 Open the Restricted dialing window as shown on the previous page. 2 The Restricted dialing window shows which list is currently active. Edit allows selection of restriction mode. Scroll up/down to select. (Selct enters the chosen mode) 3 Clicking List displays the blocked phone numbers. The List key only appears when Current mode is Barred list. 4 Clicking Edit allows the barred number to be modified. The field is empty when clicking New to add a phone number to the list. Remove deletes number. Save stores the changes. 5 When the restriction mode "Dial from Book only" is active, clicking Book allows data to be entered. Note: Remember to revert to user level
Access code (owner level only)
Access code can be activated for 4.8 kbps speech only. When the access code function has been activated, the user is always prompted for a 1-8 digit personal code when making a call. All telephones are activated. To release a telephone for use without access code, see 5.13 MSN configuration. Entering the personal code allows the subscriber number to be dialed, e.g.: ISDN Handset:
KDD Code * Dial # IOR
2 abc 3 def 4 abc
Setup: 1 Double-click the Access code icon in the Access control menu and press the Setup button. 2 Pressing New opens the Access code add entry window, allowing a name associated with the particular code to be entered. 3 Pressing Ok allows entering the personal code. Pressing Ok again prompts you to confirm the entry. 4 When pressing the Access code icon the next time (1), the window displays a list of the names associated with the programmed access codes.
Restricted SIM usage
Routing of incoming calls (examples) The table below illustrates the use of appropriate Terminal Ids for the various services combined with examples incoming IMN numbers. * Preprogrammed, see table on previous page. Note: If the Net service provider does not specify which Terminal Id should be used with the various IMN numbers, select Term. Id no.1 for the first 4.8 kbps telephone, then no. 2 for the second phone. Use the same principle for the other type services. It is advisable to note down the selections.
Provided by ISP: Name Service MCU ports Term.ld Bridge TA Bridge TA Data Data Data MSN20* MSN21*
(+ ,., -+ , / -
IMN (examples) 762420516
-+ , / -
4.8 kbps speech 4.8 kbps speech
01* 02* 03*
MSN22* MSN40* MSN60* MSN61* MSN62*
4.8 kbps speech
9.6 kbps fax 9.6 kbps data
11* 21* 22*
9.6 kbps data 9.6 kbps data
You are prompted to enter the owner level password (default: 1234567890). For security, the password should be changed before or after configuration of a device. See Changing owner level password on page 5-5.
Click to open Device Manager for configuration of ISDN/RS-232/ RS-422/USB.
ISDN Handsets will automatically be configured with Handset MSNs in the Device Manager. The first ISDN Handset connected will be given MSN20 and MSN22. The next ISDN Handset will be the next available MSNs. The MSNs can be controlled independently, e.g. if two handsets are given the same MSN, they will both respond to an incoming call to that MSN. To verify selected MSNs of a handset, check in the Device Manager or press the "R"-button on the Handset. To open device manager, see previous page. Right- clicking a Dedicated Handset and then clicking Handset Configuration starts the Handset Setup Wizard. Enter Name/Location of the installed Handset, as equipment
4.8K Speech ID:03 MSN:22
4.8K Speech 22 03
Require Access Code must be unchecked to allow this Handset to be used without entering a code.
Deleting an ISDN Handset Unplug the ISDN Handset to be deleted and rightclick the same in the Dedicated Handset list. Clicking Test Handset removes its data, leaving the Terminal Id and MSN number vacant for another Display Handset. and repeat clicking Test Handset. The If necessary, click refresh: Communication Unit will remember the handset connection data. All handsets are given a unique name. Note: A triangle symbol Handset is missing. in the Device Manager appears when a Display
registers the user with the default Net Service Provider. This command will make the terminal register at the R-LES only, i.e. the terminal will not be connected to the Internet. In many cases when the MPDS system does not work it is important to verify whether the fault is in the SBS, RLES or HLES. If this command is performed via e.g. Hyperterminal and you get the prompt Registered, then the fault is probably located in the H-LES. If you do not get registered, your mobile is either rejected because of limited SBS resources or your mobile is not registered (commissioned) in the RLES.
deregisters the user.
sets the FELCOM 30 terminal in MPDS mode. This is implicitly done when using the **94# dial string. This command will make the FELCOM 30 terminal Register at the RLES when the Windows dial Up adapter sets up a PPP connection to the H-LES (Internet).
sets the FELCOM 30 terminal back to Normal mode (UDI) mode. Note: Local echo of keyboard entries is set to ON with the commands:
Note that all the above commands are not required if you use the Dial String **94# to select MPDS; all other Dial Strings will use SCPC. It is included for information only. However when you are not able to establish the Dial Up Adapter, the "FURUNO" procedure has been to try the At+Wreg=1 , in order to verify whether or not this has been a SBS or RLES problem. Verifying MPDS with AT-commands Access to AT-commands Instead of using the PC hyperterminal facility, access can easily be accomplished using vtLite Mobile, or using Hyperterminal.
Start vtLite again: You can now key in at+wreg=1 from vtLite:
REGISTERED : MPDS is operational FAILED : MPDS is not operational. Verify that MPDS is available for your terminal. See function 99, Customization > Paid functions. If necessary, check that MPDS has been commissioned at your Net Service provider.
Problem Probable cause Wrong setup of Communication Unit. vtLite Mobile uses the same port. Action Make sure the vtLite settings are correct, see RS-232 configuration. Try autodect if problems with the connection. Try different speed and COM port settings. Close vtLite Mobile. Contact your PC vendor to get the software. Check the phone number, user name and password with your service provider. Using vtLite Mobile, check configuration in Device Manager.
1. No contact with modem or busy
2. Cannot find Dial Up Networking: 3. Connection unsuccessful:
Dial up connection not installed. Wrong connection details.
4. Length of serial cable Length of USB cable 5. All dialups dial in MPDS 6. User name and password illegal
Do not type the AT prefix or Carriage Return. The guard time of one second before and after the code prevents the Mobile Data Service from misinterpreting the occurrence of +++ in the transmitted data stream. If necessary, the character used in the escape code or the duration of the guard time can be changed by altering Register S2 or S12, see S-register commands.
In response to
, the Mobile Data Service returns to command mode.
H R A T O R
To hang up, key
To return to online mode, key
Operating modes The Mobile Data Service function may operate in three modes:
Command mode The Mobile Data Service responds to AT commands. No remote communication occurs. Online command mode A data call is taking place and an escape sequence has been initiated, after which the Mobile Data Service will respond to AT commands during the call. Online data mode Once the Mobile Data Service is connected up, anything arriving from the PC is interpreted as data and sent to the remote end and vice versa.
Basic AT commands Note: AT commands may be entered in either upper or lower case (not mixed).
A T A R
instructs the Mobile Data Service to connect the line and start the answer sequence of the incoming call. Used when not configured for auto answer.
A T D R
instructs the Mobile Data Service to dial the number via the default Net service provider.
A T D 4
instructs the Mobile Data Service to dial the number via the selected Net service provider, e.g. Telenor (4 = LES access code = Telenor).
dials the telephone number stored under short number
[n] R sets local echo of keyboard commands on/off:
A T E A T E 0 R
turns local echo OFF. turns local echo ON.
A T H R
hook control: sets the Mobile Data Service ON-hook when in Online Data Mode. Disconnects the line and terminates the call.
returns to Online Data Mode when in Online Command Mode during a data call. [n] R sets responses sent by the Mobile Data Service:
: the Mobile Data Service returns responses like OK or ERROR. Default.
A T Q 0 R A T Q 1 R
: the Mobile Data Service does not return responses.
sets and displays S register values. See "S-Register Commands".
[n] R sets the Mobile Data Service response format to words or numbers:
A T V A T V 0 R
selects numeric response. selects verbal response.
[n] R selects CONNECT result code format (dial tone detection busy detection):
A T X A T X 0 R
basic message set: OK, CONNECT, RING, NO CARRIER, ERROR.
A T X 1 R
basic message set extended with CONNECT xxxx-yyyy.
A T X 2 R
basic message set extended with NO DIALTONE.
A T X 3 R
basic message set extended with BUSY.
basic message set extended with all of the above. Default
A T Z R
resets the Mobile Data Service configuration to last saved command. Also clears the call if used when in Online Command Mode. repeats last command. Re-executes the last AT command string issued to the Mobile Data Service, including redialing a telephone number.
Extended AT commands [n] R determines the Data Carrier Detect (DCD) behaviour:
A T & C A T & C 0 R
sets DCD always ON. sets DCD, only when connected. Default.
[n] R selects the Data Terminal Ready (DTR) behaviour:
A T & D A T & D 0 R
the Mobile Data Service ignores DTR.
the Mobile Data Service enters Online Command Mode when DTR goes inactive.
A T & D 1 R A T & D 2 R
the Mobile Data Service clears call when DTR goes
A T & F R
resets the Mobile Data Service to factory default. The factory default is not saved as with the AT&W command, so ATZ revokes to last saved values.
[n] R selects the Data Set Ready (DSR) behaviour:
A T & S A T & S 0 R
sets DSR permanently ON. sets DSR ON when satellite link is established. Default.
displays stored configuration profile.
saves active configuration profile. (May be recalled using A T Z
Extended AT+G, +I and +W commands The extended AT+I, AT+G and AT+W commands are non-standard features some of which are designed specially for the Inmarsat system.
Mobile Data Service (USB)
PPP modem via USB
Introduction The Mobile Data Service complies with the communication protocol defined by the Inmarsat Fleet system. The transmission data rate over the satellite link is 64 kbps, except for Fleet 33 which provides a data rate of 9.6 kbps. The Mobile Data Service offers 64 kbps connection to the international ISDN/PSTN network. The service is suitable for applications such as high-speed file transfer, store-and-forward video, e-mail and internet. (PPP = Point-to-Point Protocol).
Internet service provider with 64 kbps dialup capability
USB driver installation Prior to installing the USB drivers, remove vtLite if it is to be used via USB. Remove all programs that use virtual COM ports, such as RVS. The programs may be reinstalled when the USB installation has been completed. Procedure: 1 Insert the CD enclosed with the manual. 2 With the terminal ON, connect the USB port of a PC and FELCOM 30 as shown below. 3 Windows opens the Found New Hardware Wizard. See next page.
Note that the explanation of AT commands are exactly same as RS-232 Mobile Data Service. If necessary, refer to paragraph 6.3.7 AT commands.
2 Check "Don't search. I will choose the driver to install". Click Next. Note: Setting up is only necessary to do once. For future connections, go directly to Initiate a call.
4 Select the Modem-Nera Generic USB Modem. Click Next and then Finish to complete the installation.
Modem-Nera Generic USB Modem
5 Opening the Phone and Modem Options window confirms the established modem connection. Select Modem-Nera Generic USB Modem. Click the Advanced tag and enter command AT+WS45=1.
Nera Generic USB Modem Properties Modem-Nera Generic USB Modem
Note: The setup for data transfer to the FURUNO terminal is based on the Windows 2000/XP default parameters: 8 data bits - no parity - 1 stop bit - flow ctrl: Hardware Clicking Properties allows checking the parameters. 6 Open the Control Panel on the PC and double-click the Network Connections icon.
9 Check Connect using a dial-up modem. Click Next. Check "Modem-Nera USB Modem". Click Next.
Modem - NERA F33 USB Modem [COM3]
10 Enter the name for the connection e.g. Mobile Data Service via USB. Click Next. Enter phone number (through some Net Providers, dialing 28 automatically connects you to the ISP Internet Service Provider). Click Next.
11 Check Anyone's use, and click Next.
2 Right-click the Mobile Data Service via USB dial-up connection and click Properties.
Mobile Data Service via USB Disconnected FURUNO F33 USB Modem
3 Confirm settings in the Mobile Data Service via USB Properties window: "Modem NERA Generic USB Modem". Phone number: 28 Click Configure.
Mobile Data Service via USB Properties
NERA USB Modem [COM3]
6 In the PPP Settings window, Negotiate multi-link for single link connections should be un-checked.
Initiate a call Double-click the RS-232 port icon in the Dial-Up Networking folder.
Note: The vtLite Mobile program must be closed down prior to dialing up the server. Enter the User name and Password provided for the specific server connection. Click Dial to establish the connection to the server. See Connection in progress on next page.
Connection in progress
Connection status Appears when right-clicking the Mobile Data Service via USB dial-up icon or clicking the PC icons in the lower right corner of the screen.
Problem Probable cause Wrong setup of Communication Unit. Action Check cable connection. Disconnect USB cable, and reconnect. On PC, open Phone and Modem options and check whether USB Modem driver is connected to COM port. If not: 1. Remove Modem in Phone and Modem options. 2. Remove previous USB installations via Control Panel>System> Hardware>Device Manager. Double-click universal serial Bus Controller and uninstall the USB universal Host Controller. Warning! Remove all USB drivers. 3. Start again from page 6-33.
2. Cannot find Network Connection: 3. Connection unsuccessful: - FELCOM 70 - FELCOM 50
Network connection not installed. Other end is not an ISDN connection. Wrong connection details
Contact your PC vendor to get the software. It is not possible to use the USB port if the modem on the receiver side is not an ISDN modem. Check the phone number, user name and password with your service provider. Check whether the 64 kbps data UDI is commissioned. Using vtLite Mobile, check configuration in the Device Manager.
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