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  1. Audrick

    Recommended SIM for 3G LAN Turtle

    Mule Turns out my Turtle was running V4. I updated and the 3g stoped working. I added the settings you found and posted above and I was back in business. Thanks for posting them. I didn't realize mine didn't ship with v5. You did mention that you were using V5 in your first post. I should have checked. Oh well. I now have C2 working and my devices showing up in it. My only turtle task left is to figure out some setting so that I can use the 3g over the USB. effetely making it a USB modem. Seems better than killing my phone battery. Oh well that's for another night. A
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    Recommended SIM for 3G LAN Turtle

    Mule, Thanks for the info on the Wan Fallback. I had setup my turtle with the auto ssh module. I have it plugged into a USB power supply and no other connections for testing. So from there I am able to reverse from my VPS. I did config it originally with the 172 address. Thats how I was able to confirm that it's working. I did have the sim in backward the first time. I had put the bent edge in first. Once that didn't work I consulted the documentation and found out the the bent edge sticks out I was all good.
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    Recommended SIM for 3G LAN Turtle

    I was able to get mine working with tmoble with no settings. Once I got the sim in the correct way it just worked. When I go to the Turtle Interface and look at the Config 3G Modem all I see is 8.8.8.8 for DNS and 120 for Fallback time. The rest are blank. I am able to ssh to it from a vps with no network cable plugged in. What does the enable wan fall back do?
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    Turtle 3g as cell modem

    Is it possible to use the turtle 3g as a cell modem. So that if its in my bag and I am out and about, I could plug it into my lap top and not need to connect to my cell phone? I would assume I would need to edit /etc/config/network or use the route command but I am not sure of the details I would need. Seems like it has all the hardware needed. I see other hardware on the web made for this task but I have the Turtle and works great. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
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