Cellular data accounts must be provisioned properly to work with NexSens data loggers. To ensure the account will be set up correctly, notify Sprint of all general account requirements during the initial account setup.



Figure 1: Sierra Wireless AirLink LS300


Cellular Coverage

Sprint must offer good coverage in the area of deployment. Use this link to check coverage area: http://coverage.sprintpcs.com

Sprint Specific Requirements

  1. Contact NexSens to obtain the cellular modem ESN number.
  2. Contact Sprint and request a new account. Ask for these (3) general account requirements:
  • Unrestricted Access
  • Static Public IP Address
  • Mobile-Terminated

Supply the ESN number and modem type (Airlink LS300) to the service provider upon request.

3. Make sure Sprint supplies the MDN and MIN/MSID numbers.

4. Contact NexSens to confirm the account is setup and supply them with:

  • Static Public IP Address
  • MDN

NOTE: All cellular iSIC data loggers should be activated, configured, and tested by NexSens to ensure quick startup in the field. After following the appropriate steps outlined above, keep in contact with NexSens about account updates and/or issues so as to guarantee prompt shipment or delivery.

For modems not provisioned by NexSens, the correct modem template must be written. Follow the instructions at the links below:

Writing a Template to a Modem

For more information, see the 3100-iSIC and 3200-iSIC sections.


REV: 14A28

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