I have the Cerbo GX with the optional LTE-4G-Modem. The APN settings in the Modem settings only allows you to type in the APN name, but NOT the username and password.
I purchased an inexpensive prepaid SIM card for 365 days with 20GB of data. But I just can’t get the GX-LTE-4G modem to go online. The SIM card works fine on my iPhone if I type in the complete APN information. So I’m assuming it’s something to do with the APN. The unit detects 3 bars of the Antenna signal and the Carrier service, but the internet continues to be “offline”.
Any reason why it doesn’t let you type in the complete APN settings?
[image]Does the LTE-4G-e modem work in Japan?
Purchased a prepaid SIM card but can’t get it to work. The APN settings page only allows you to type in the name, but no username and password that you can type in.
I tried the SIM card on my iPhone and I’m able to connect to the LTE network, so it looks like the SIM itself is working.
[image]I’ve connected my GX LTE 4G to my CerboGX and everything seems fine but it just won’t connect properly so I can use the VRM.
Anyone know what the data use is for the data use for GX LTE 4G. Some telco's have IOT SIM plans which are cheaper than a normal data SIM. But the data limits are small.
Who is using the KPN 4G network in the Netherlands?
Since last weekend VRM and other IoT devices does not work propely anymore!
Does anyone here uses Victron GX LTE as a failover for their GX device? I'd like my Cerbo to use my wifi router by default and automatically switch to GX LTE when I switch off the router to save energy. According to manual the Cerbo does automatically switch between Ethernet and WIFI, but no mention of LTE https://www.victronenergy.com/media/pg/Cerbo_GX/en/internet-connectivity.html#UUID-3d87b06d-37ea-8e8c-64e2-3723b602fe88
I have bought a GX LTE 4G module and have inserted a sim card. But it keeps telling me that there is no sim inserted. It doesn't recognise the sim card but when I insert it into my phone it works fine.
It is a normal mobile sim (data and phone) that is inserted into the module. Do I need an only data sim card? Will this fix my problem?
It is inserted into a Multiplus II GX and is running firmware v2.84
Thank you in advance!
Is possible to set the APN setting in the Cebro when using the LTE modem?
We need to set the APN and the Username and password as we want use multi network SIM Cards.
I am having an issue with the GX LTE-A transmitting data to VRM. I have a T-Mobile unlimited data SIM card. The GX LTE shows that it is connected to the T-Mobile network. Internet-Online, Sim status-Ready. I have also manually entered the APN (fast.t-mobile.com).
When I look at VRM online portal I see error #159.
If I turn off Use Secure Connection (HTTPS) I get error #150
Please see photos for reference.
Any help on the matter would be greatly apricated.
I looked at the GlobalLink but it doesn't have enough VE direct ports to replace my CerboGX. With AT&T selling $30 a year unlimited data M1 plans, keeping VRM updated with less of an monthly outflow of cash would be a great thing and they work pretty much everywhere in the US, Canada & Mexico. Of course, if they made one specifically for that (low power) that would be better. The GL just falls very short on the capabilities and cannot really replace a Cerbo. -Bill
I have a rather large Victron System that was recently commissioned and all was great. We added a GSM 4G-LTE and everything went haywire in regards to the MFD Integration. If the GSM is unplugged the APP on the SIMRAD MFD works great. And if the SIMRAD is unplugged the GSM works great and will work as intended. WIth Both plugged into the CERBO the APP stops working on the MFD and we lose INTERNET DATA and connection to the VRM. Sometimes the MFD will pop up a screen saying to "Make sure MQTT Plaintext is on", which it is. I have a feeling this has to do with SIMRADS DHCP server in their system and addressing conflicts, but I am not sure. Have you ever had this issue before? What can I do to remedy this?
Good time of day!
I have an issue with Cerbo GX connecting to the VRM server over 4G. WiFi works fine, however when I switch over to 4G using the Victron modem it cuts out. It throws Error 153 (more detail on image).
SIM card is definitely working, tried 3 different ones including one I normally use on my phone.
What should I do to get it working?
Thanks in advance!
I've tried reading up on the different GX devices, but I don't have the full overview. I'd like some input in regards to what others would choose.
My needs, in prioritized order, is to remotely:
- Open a relay to start the generator. This is an old yanmar diesel with a starter engine, so the relay needs to be open for a few seconds to connect the starter battery with the starter engine, and then the relay needs to close again.
- Turn on and off the inverter part of the Multiplus
- Turn on and off the charger part of the Multiplus
- Any BMS functionality is an added bonus, but not strictly needed
Which GX would you choose?
I don't have wifi with the system yet, so the next question is:
would you choose a victron LTE 4G to remotely operate this, or a standard 12v router?
Hi, I have just had the system commissioned by On Board Energy (victron dealer) at Nuneaton
1 week ago with all the latest equipment just shipped from Holland.
I purchased the GX LTE 4G-E when I was there as it had only just arrived by carrier.
The GX Colour Controller shows V 2.51 When I scroll to settings-modem the GX LTE 4G-E cannot be found. I have checked the sim with my other devices, and contacted EE all is operational.
You will have to excuse my lack of tech understanding as this is quite new to me!