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Release Notes for C881G-B/S/V-K9
First Published: May 30, 2011Last Updated: March 18, 2013Release: Cisco IOS Release 15.1(4)M or later releasesOL-24269-01
This document describes the release features of the EVDO versions (BSNL, Sprint, and Verizon) of the Cisco C881G Series Integrated Services Routers (ISRs). These routers come with embedded multiband, multiservice WAN modems for use over WCDMA Radio Access Networks (RAN).
For more information about this release, see www.cisco.com/go/3g.
This section describes the new features in this release.
The GPS feature provides the following commands:
In the syntax of these commands, the unit parameter refers to:
•(EHWIC-3G-EVDO-x) The router slot, WAN interface card (WIC) slot, and port separated by slashes (for example, 0/1/0).
•(C881G-x-K9) The number 0.
These examples show how to enable GPS standalone and NMEA for EHWIC-3G-EVDO-x:router(config)#controller cellular 0/0router(config-controller)#cdma gps mode standalone...controller Cellular 0/0cdma gps mode standalonerouter(config-controller)#cdma gps nmea...controller Cellular 0/0cdma gps mode standalonecdma gps nmea!
These examples show how to display summary and detailed GPS data for C881G-x-K9:router#show cellular 0 gpsGPS Info-------------GPS State: GPS enabledGPS Mode Configured: standaloneLatitude: 37 Deg 24 Min 59 Sec NorthLongitude: 121 Deg 55 Min 8 Sec WestTimestamp (GMT): Thu Jul 29 11:08:39 2010Fix type: 3D, Height: -6 mHeading: 408, Velocity Horiz: 3, Velocity Vert: 0Satellite Info----------------Satellite #13, elevation 75, azimuth 46, SNR 21...router#show cellular 0 gps detailGPS Info-------------GPS State: GPS enabledGPS Mode Configured: standaloneLatitude: 37 Deg 24 Min 59 Sec NorthLongitude: 121 Deg 55 Min 7 Sec WestTimestamp (GMT): Thu Jul 29 22:17:57 2010Fix type: 3D, Height: 12 mHeading: 0, Velocity Horiz: 0, Velocity Vert: 0...
Note Obtaining a GPS-fixed location requires a supported GPS antenna to be connected to the DIV/GPS port.
Note Obtaining a GPS-fixed location using the Standalone mode can take up to 12 minutes. This depends on the location and type of antenna used.
This feature enables the router to send and receive SMS messages. This feature also enables the router to save and store the SMS messages in an FTP server.
Note SMS is enabled by default. However, you need to define the FTP server to store incoming and outgoing SMS messages.
The SMS feature provides the following commands:
In the syntax of these commands, the unit parameter refers to:
•(EHWIC-3G-EVDO-x) The router slot, WIC slot, and port separated by slashes (for example, 0/1/0).
•(C881G-x-K9) The number 0.
Note You can use the call screening command dialer caller number callback to authenticate SMS messages that you can use to establish data connections.
This example shows you how to send an SMS message (C881G-x-K9):router#cellular 0 cdma sms send <phone number> "Test message"
This example deletes all SMS messages (EHWIC-3G-EVDO-x):router#cellular 0/1/0 cdma sms delete all
This example shows you how to display a summary of SMS messages (EHWIC-3G-EVDO-x):router#cellular 0/1/0 cdma sms view summaryID FROM YY/MM/DD HR:MN:SC SIZE CONTENT0 4087993680 10/05/04 21:29:55 32 from John ...1 4087993680 10/05/04 21:52:45 32 from Jane ...2 4087993680 10/05/04 21:56:56 32 from Jake ...3 4087993680 10/05/04 21:56:58 32 from Tom ...4 4087993680 10/05/04 21:57:00 32 from Sam ...
The following example sets FTP path to the SMS_archive directory on the FTP server at 192.168.1.3 (C881G-x-K9 and EHWIC-3G-EVDO-x):router(config-controller)# gsm sms archive path ftp://username:email@example.com/SMS_archive
3G WWAN MIB Persistence
This feature allows you to retain 3G WWAN MIB object values and trap settings across router reloads.
Before configuring 3G WWAN MIB, you should perform some SNMP pre-configuration to avoid getting warning messages. The following is an example of SNMP pre-configuration:snmp-server community public ROsnmp-server community private RWsnmp-server enable traps c3g
This example shows you the settings that you need to configure this feature for EHWIC-3G-EVDO-x:controller Cellular 0/1cdma event rssi onset mib-trap 1xrttcdma event rssi onset mib-trap evdoRel0cdma event rssi onset mib-trap evdoRelAcdma event rssi onset threshold -84cdma event rssi abate mib-trap 1xrttcdma event rssi abate mib-trap evdoRel0cdma event rssi abate mib-trap evdoRelAcdma event rssi abate threshold -82cdma event ecio onset mib-trap 1xrttcdma event ecio onset mib-trap evdoRel0cdma event ecio onset mib-trap evdoRelAcdma event ecio onset threshold -7cdma event ecio abate mib-trap 1xrttcdma event ecio abate mib-trap evdoRel0cdma event ecio abate mib-trap evdoRelAcdma event ecio abate threshold -5cdma event temperature onset mib-trapcdma event temperature onset threshold 34cdma event temperature abate mib-trapcdma event temperature abate threshold 33cdma event modem-state mib-trap downcdma event modem-state mib-trap upcdma event service mib-trapcdma event network mib-trapcdma event connection-status mib-trap All-cdma!
Remotely Initiated Data Call Back Using SMS
This feature remotely brings up the cellular interface by sending SMS messages over CDMA networks.
The following example shows you how to configure this feature for the EHWIC:
Note In the example below, the phone number of the administrator who wants to remotely bring up the link using SMS is 408-123-4567 on a GSM network (
dialer caller 4081234567 callback). Replace this number with your own number. To test this example and bring the cellular link up, send an SMS message from your phone.
chat-script cdma "" "atdt#777" TIMEOUT 60 "CONNECT"interface Loopback1ip address 220.127.116.11 255.255.255.0interface Cellular 0ip address negotiatedip virtual-reassembly inencapsulation pppload-interval 30dialer in-banddialer pool-member 1dialer idle-timeout 0no peer default ip addressasync mode interactiveppp chap hostname abc.cell.orgppp chap password 0 nopasswordppp ipcp dns requestrouting dynamicinterface Dialer1ip address negotiatedencapsulation pppdialer pool 1dialer idle-timeout 0dialer string cdmadialer caller 4081234567 callbackdialer-group 1ppp chap hostname abc.cell.orgppp chap password 0 nopasswordppp ipcp dns requestip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 Dialer1!access-list 1 permit anydialer-list 1 protocol ip list 1!line 3script dialer cdmaloginmodem InOutno exectransport input alltransport output all
Rebranding of C8xx-B and EHWIC-3G-EVDO-B
The C881G-B-K9, C819G-B-K9, and EHWIC-EVDO-B (Bharat) SKUs are introduced as an umbrella SKU to cover BSNL, Tata, and Reliance service providers in India.
Software based mechanism is introduced to identify specific carrier.
Carrier ID and name are displayed under "show cellular <unit> hardware".
The software mechanism is backward compatible with other existing CDMA SKUs such as HWIC-3G-CDMA(-S,-V) and PCEX-3G-CDMA(-S,-V).
Cisco IOS Requirement
15.3(2)T, 15.3(3)M or later. New MIB objects for carrier ID and name will be introduced in later release.
Sample CLI OutputRouter#show cellular 0/0/0 hardwareModem Firmware Version = p2813301Modem Firmware built = 06-24-10Hardware Version = MC5728V Rev 1.0Electronic Serial Number (ESN) = 0x60E62C87  Preferred Roaming List (PRL) Version = 10 PRI SKU ID = 535479 Carrier ID = 19 Carrier Name = Reliance Current Modem Temperature = 30 degrees Celsius Endpoint Port Map = 75Router#Router#show cellular 0/1/0 hardwareModem Firmware Version = p2813301Modem Firmware built = 06-24-10Hardware Version = MC5728V Rev 1.0Electronic Serial Number (ESN) = 0x60E62431  Preferred Roaming List (PRL) Version = 10 PRI SKU ID = 535479 Carrier ID = 29 Carrier Name = Tata Current Modem Temperature = 30 degrees Celsius Endpoint Port Map = 75Router#
List of New Commands
The following is a list of the new commands supported by the EHWIC-3G-EVDO-x cards:
•cdma event connection-status mib-trap
•cdma event ecio abate
•cdma event ecio onset
•cdma event modem-state mib-trap
•cdma event network mib-trap
•cdma event rssi abate
•cdma event rssi onset
•cdma event service mib-trap
•cdma event temperature abate
•cdma event temperature onset
•cdma gps mode
•cdma gps nmea
•cdma sms archive path
•cellular cdma sms delete
•cellular cdma sms send
•cellular cdma sms view
•debug cellular messages gps
•debug cellular messages nmea
•debug cellular messages sms
•show cellular gps
•show cellular sms
These commands are described in the Configuring Cisco EHWIC-3G-EVDO-B/S/V and
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