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    SRX210 Services Gateway 3G ExpressCard Basic CLI Commands

    Table 1 lists the basic CLI commands for operating the 3G ExpressCard on the SRX210 Services Gateway.

    The 3G wireless interface uses the prefix cl in the syntax cl-slot-number/0/port number.

    Table 1: SRX210 Services Gateway 3G ExpressCard Basic CLI Commands

    Action

    Command

    Checks the status of the 3G ExpressCard.

    show modem wireless interface cl-0/0/8

    show interfaces terse

    CDMA ExpressCards

    Activates the CDMA ExpressCard

    • IOTA — Activates Internet-based over air provisioning .
    • Manual activation — Requires manual entry of the required information.
    • OTASP — Activates over the air service provisioning.

    request modem wireless activate

    • request modem wireless activate iota cl-0/0/8
    • request modem wireless activate manual cl-0/0/8 msl MSL value mdn MDN value imsi IMSI value sid SID value nid NID value sip-user-id SIP ID sip-password SIP_PASSWORD
    • request modem wireless activate otasp cl-0/0/8 dial-string calling number
    GSM

    Unlocks the GSM SIM.

    request modem wireless gsm sim-unlock cl-0/0/8 pin

    Unlocks the SIM automatically on reboot

    set interfaces cl-0/0/ 8 cellular-options gsm-options sim-unlock-code

    Recovers the SIM from the Pin Unlock Key (PUK) state

    When you attempt to unlock the SIM, if you enter a wrong PIN three times in a row, the SIM enters the PUK state.

    request modem wireless gsm sim-unblock cl-0/0/8 puk new-puk-number pin new-pin-number

    Note: You must obtain the PUK value from your cellular service provider.

    Changes the PIN on the SIM.

    request modem wireless gsm change-pin cl-0/0/8 old-pin current-pin-number new-pin new-pin-number

    For more information about configuring the 3G wireless interface, see Interfaces for Security Devices.

    Published: 2013-08-01