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Connecting Reach to the Internet via built-in modem

This guide shows how to connect Reach to the Internet via built-in cellular modem to get corrections from your NTRIP service.

Video guide

The video below covers the process of a SIM card setup and enabling mobile data.

note

You can also insert a SIM card while Reach is powered up.

Text guide

Connect your Reach to the Internet via the built-in cellular modem following the instructions below.

Insert a SIM card

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Make sure you have a nano-SIM card. You can cut your SIM card to match the format.

To insert the SIM card into your Reach, follow the steps below:

  1. Find the SIM card slot under the black sealing.

  2. Slide the metallic cover to the right to unlock the slot.

    caution

    To prevent slot damage, please use it with care.


  1. Pull up the cover to open the SIM card slot.

  1. Insert your SIM card into the metallic cover.

  1. Return the slot cover into the horizontal position and slide left to lock the slot.

Enable mobile data

When the SIM card is inserted, connect your Reach to the Internet as follows:

  1. Connect your device to the receiver's hotspot using the ReachView 3 app.

    tip

    You can read how to connect to the receiver's hotspot using the ReachView3 app here.

  2. In Settings, go to the Mobile data section.

    note

    If the SIM сard requires a PIN code, type it into the pop-up field on the Mobile data screen.

  3. Configure APN settings.

    tip

    This step is optional. If you don’t know your APN settings, contact the network carrier.

    Tap APN settings, and fill in the corresponding fields in the dropdown menu.

  4. Switch Mobile data on.

    note

    Some SIM cards require enabling the Data roaming option to connect to the network.

    tip

    If you can't connect to a cellular network, do the following:

    • Make sure you're in an area with cellular network coverage.
    • Check the APN settings.

    If you still can’t connect to a cellular network, contact your carrier.

If everything is correct, you will see network bars and connection type next to the battery icon. Once Reach connects to the Internet, you can set it up to get corrections from NTRIP service.