Huawei B315-936 is a new 4G LTE CPE with LTE Category 4 technology. Huawei B315s modem could achieve LTE connection of up to 150Mbps through its Gigabit Ethernet port. There are four Ethernet ports for LAN/WAN. It also features a USB 2.0 port for HDD, flash drives, network storage devices and printers.
The B315 LTE CPE could cover smoother wireless network for 250 meters. Even after a successful upgrade, you can easily restore software to the previous version. Simply hold the WPS and Power buttons for a seamless rollback.
This is where you can track the speed of the internet you have and also see how many is connected to the wifi.
- Current connections.
- WLAN status.
Recieved/Sent: Its basically the consumed data on your network.
Duration: This the uptime of the router since you push the power button.
Download speed/upload speed: This is the speed of the network/wifi.
WLAN STATUS: Text indicator if the wifi is on.
Current WLAN user: This is the number of the user connected to the wifi.
- connected WLAN clients
Current volume: The current consumed data.
Total Volume: The total consumed data since the current sim is injected in the router/modem.
Connected WLAN Clients:
This is where you can see the informations of the current user(s) connected to the WLAN. in this table you can see the ID, IP ADDRRESS, HOST NAME, MAC ADDRESS, DURATION, OPERATION of the user(s)
You can use the blacklist option when there’s an unwanted user of the wlan, or you just want a user to be blacklisted.
SMS or Short Message (Messaging) Service
In this tab you can see, send, and recieved messages.
In this feature you can edit the contacts of the current sim injected in the modem, you can also add a new contact, send message, see contacts, delete, move, and import contacts.
Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD), sometimes referred to as “Quick Codes” or “Feature codes”, is a communications protocol used by GSM cellular telephones to communicate with the mobile network operator’s computers.
In this tab you can check the balance and service(s) of the current sim injected in the modem.
In quick setup , you can configure the profile settings in modem. such as profile name, you can choose between postpaid or prepaid. you can pick a username, password, IP type, APN, The primary DNS server and secondary DNS server.
In dial up we have three option.
- mobile connection: in mobile connections you can turn on and off your mobile data and enable/disable your data roaming
- profile management: profile management is the same with quick setup, but in profile management you can delete the current profiles you made.
- network settings: In network settings is for you to choose the bands compatible with your current location, in 936 you can choose two bands at the same time(if you want), in four available bands.
in Ethernet settings you can edit the connection mode, PPPOE SETTINGS and edit the username, password and your desired MTU size(Maximum transmission unit), and also you can edit the dynamic IP and set MTU size, DNS Server manually, (but this settings is better not to experiment with, unless necessary).
You can see here the duration, connection status, mac address, connection mode, IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, primary DNS server, and secondary DNS server.
in this section you can set the WAN MAC address of the router, you can change your current MAC address and Host MAC address.
you can edit the vpn settings and see vpn status if you have a vpn (ex. ovpn).
WLAN basic settings: This is where you can see and edit the wlan module, and enable/disable wlan module. In wlan module you can add, another ssid and connect to another wifi with the same router. And you can turn it on/off in wlan module and edit it in options. also you can see here the password of the wifi, add a security mode, edit the ssid, and password.
WLAN advance settings: Here you can edit the channel and set the wifi bandwith.
WLAN MAC filter: You can Set here the MAC address filtering mode in the WLAN MAC Filter drop-down list box, Disable the WLAN MAC filter, Allow a client to connect to the device using the WLAN if the client’s MAC address exists in the MAC Address list, and Deny a client’s connection to the device using the WLAN if the client’s MAC address exists in the MAC Address list.
WPS Settings: you can enable/disable the WPS here, and add a pin, reset and generate pin.
DHCP (dynamic host configuration protocol): Here you can add ip address, enable/disable DHCP server, set the range, add the primary and secondary DNS server, and set DHCP lease time(s).
SIP server: In SIP server, you can edit the Registration server. Set the Proxy server address, proxy server port, Registration server address, Registration server port, SIP server domain name and secondary server.
SIP account: In this page, you can configure your SIP accounts. you can edit the user name, password, and registration status.
Speed dial: You can add a telephone number to speed dial for a quick way to dial that number. A maximum of 10 speed dial numbers can be set.
advanced SIP settings: On this page, you can set advanced SIP parameters. The default settings are recommended. In general settings you can edit your registration timeout, session timeout, minimum session timeout and prack signaling.
advanced voice settings: On this page, you can set advanced voice parameters. The default settings are recommended.
advanced codec settings: In this page, you can set the advanced codec parameters. The calling party attempts to negotiate a codec type with the called party, starting from the primary codec type. If negotiation fails for one codec type, the calling party moves on to the next. The negotiated codec type will be used for the call. If negotiation fails for all codec types, the call cannot be set up.
PIN Management: In this page you can set the pin operation, and pin code
Firewall switch: From this page, you can enable or disable firewall filter functions.
The firewall protects your computers from any potential attacks from the Internet.
If the firewall is enabled, data transmission can be controlled to protect your computers from network attacks.
If the firewall is disabled, Internet access is not protected, which could leave you vulnerable to security threads.
The IP address filter, WAN port ping, and domain name filter functions are available only after the firewall is enabled.
MAC filter: Here you can Select a MAC filtering mode from the Filtering mode drop-down list box.
1. Disable: Disable MAC filtering.
2. Allow: Allow a client to connect to your device if the client’s MAC address is in the MAC Address list.
3. Deny: Deny a client’s access to your device if the client’s MAC address is in the MAC Address list.
LAN IP Filter: In this page. You can set the Filter packets specified with protocol, port and IP address.
Virtual Server: Configure a virtual server to enable external computers to access WWW, FTP or other services provided by the LAN.
Special applications: Configure parameters to allow the operation of special applications, such as online games, video conferencing, or IP phone,over the LAN.
DMZ Settings: If a PC cannot run network applications through the gateway, enable the DMZ function and enter the IP address of the PC below.
SIP ALG Settings: The modem supports the SIP ALG function. The SIP application can run and communicate with other Internet applications.
UPnP Settings: The UPnP architecture allows device-to-device networking of personal computers, networked home appliances, consumer electronics devices and wireless devices. It is a distributed, open architecture protocol based on established standards such as the Internet Protocol Suite (TCP/IP), HTTP, XML, and SOAP.
NAT Settings: Symmetric NAT is often deployed in gateways where higher security requirements exist. Cone NAT provides lower security, but it allows some applications to perform correctly and is more compatible with consumer applications, including applications on gaming devices.
Domain Name filter: Configure the filter settings to restrict computers in the local area network from accessing certain websites.
- Blacklist: Set the websites that you do not want users to access. A maximum of 16 websites can be added.
- Whitelist: Set the websites that users are allowed to access. A maximum of 16 websites can be added.
- Note: Settings will take effect after you click Apply. The domain name must not contain: http://, ftp://, and https://
DDNS: Dynamic DNS (DDNS) is a method of updating domain names in real time. This service is used to provide a domain name for a device that may change its IP address on the network.
Device Information: In device Information you can see the Device Name, Serial number, IMEI, IMSI, ICCID, My Number, Hardware version, software version, Web UI version, LAN MAC Address, WAN IP Address, DNS(1,2), RSSI, RSRP, RSRQ, SINR, LAC(HEX/DEC), CELL ID(HEX/DEC), eNB/CELL, PCI, BAND, EARFCN(DL/UL), Frequency(DL/UL), and Bandwidth(DL/UL).
Backup and restore: You can set backup configuration parameter to file here, and restore configuration parameters.
Modify Password: You can modify the password of the gateway here.
Diagnosis: Ping and trace route can help you check the network connection status quickly.
Restore defaults: In this page, you can restore defaults.
Reboot: In this page, you can reboot the modem.
Date & Time: In this page. You can set and put timezone manually or sync with network.
Anthenna Settings: You can Configure your anthena settings here.
Logs: Logs record user operations and device exceptions.
SIM TOOLKIT: If the current sim card does support STK. the settings will show up.
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