I want to connect Sierra Wireless AirLink FXT009 by USB to a Router. Is this possible? Can I configure the router to connect 3G with FXT009? Any help will be apreciated…
That depends entirely upon the Router - study its documentation, and/or contact its supplier and/or manufacturer.
Thank you awneil,
Here is the compatibility list of Edimax 3g-6200N:
WCDMA / UMTS / HSDPA:
Sierra 305 / 306 / 307/ 875U / 880U / C885(AT&T) / Compass 885U / Aircard875* / Aircard880E* / 888 / C889 / MC8790
CDMA / CDMA-2000 / TD-CDMA:
Sierra Wireless Compass 597 / 598 / 598U
It’s there any possibilities to simulate any of these modems to work in AirLink FXT009?
The question is to what extent the router relies upon proprietary commands and/or devices-specific options/implementation details - and only the router manufacturer can answer that.
Yes, it would be possible to write an Open-AT application to make an FXT “spoof” another modem…
this is the answer of Edimax support:
It is true that the software engineers may try different commands to communicate with a particular 3G modem adapter.
But they will not do it because this item is discontinued.
Sorry about this.
So why not just use one of them
If you use anything else, there will always be the risk that you’ll hit some “unforeseen” corner case - and you will get no support from the Router manufacturer…
Case closed. I just ordered my provider 5 AirCard USB 308.
“awneil” thank you very much for immediate assistance. +1 for your help.
Have a nice day 8)