[c-nsp] VZW 4G LTE Interface Card

Joshua Riesenweber joshua.riesenweber at outlook.com
Wed Dec 10 06:20:06 EST 2014

Hi Chris,
I have a number of the EHWIC-4G-LTE-G models running, mostly as redundant connections.
I found them to be extremely reliable in terms of no lockups and reconnecting without issue, but after running for a while they seem to slow.  For example, after a few days of running the speed drops about 50%.You restart the interface and it's back up to full speed for a few days again.
*Disclaimer, I haven't actually done any investigation or raised any TAC cases so it may be something easily fixed. As I use the links for failover/redundancy in an emergency, this isn't much of an issue for me.

> Date: Tue, 9 Dec 2014 10:35:00 -0500
> From: tknchris at gmail.com
> To: cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net
> Subject: [c-nsp] VZW 4G LTE Interface Card
> Hello,
> Anyone have any experience with the EHWIC-4G-LTE-V card for VZW 4G?
> We have a 4G as a backup WAN for a small site and we currently have a
> cradlepoint bridging the cellular over to a ethernet port and have that
> connected to our router. The cradlepoint seems to flake out occasionally or
> completely lock up requiring a hard reset and I was looking at getting this
> EHWIC thinking it would be more reliable and also if we needed to login to
> the router we might be able to see more technical info about the radio's
> status etc.
> Mainly I am just looking for feedback from someone who has implemented it,
> how difficult it was to build the configuration, how reliable, if there
> were any gotcha's etc.
> TIA,
> chris
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