Some weird stuff is going on with my RM520. When i use the antennas that came with the WG1608 Router, internet works fine, however when i start using the outdoor antennas, i don’t get any internet.
Did try other router firmware and upgraded module firmware still same bug is happening.
SO i just reverted back to using my EM160R-GL which doesn’t give me any outdoor antenna problems.
DO you know what could be causing the problem?
Did you confirm you connect the right interface of antenna? The different antenna interface of module has different configuration, you need to check the hardware document.
yes i did, antenna 0 and 3 are pairs, while 1, 2 are pairs. before it was working now i get connected for a few seconds then disconnects after 10s. is it broken?
this is the case. at first it has internet, then after a few minutes it is gone, but qmi shows it is still connected.
i tried using stock antennas from zbt but still same problem.
is it broken?
What router firmware are you using?
Try installing a stable ROOter version, if possible. The modem or the router are not the problem.
Look for your router model here:
Im using latest OpenWrt firmware. I know rooter is just a derivative of openwrt.
from my resent observation. i found out that the issue is with the sim card. if i replace the sim card, internet works with RM520. however if i use the same sim card on another module like em160r-gl, em12-g, ep06 it works.
thus i am confused why the sim doesnt work on the rm520 and works on others.
is my sim getting blocked on the rm520?
Did you configure SA only? Did your SIM card support 5G network?
No i set it to auto. My area is lte only.
it shows that i am connected to lte bands but no internet.
sim card is fine with other module. maybe sim is blocked by rm520
i tried rooter firmware the same happens with openwrt
so my doubt is the IMEI of the module is getting blocked with the sim installed.
Sounds like a possibility, here in the USA its unlawful to modify the IMEI. I have read that its common on other groups and sites. You might want to try that.