Background: Living rural, not only does power and/or phone line get the occasional problem (storm), the number of technicians is limited so it can also take a while until things are sorted. Working online from home is not compatible to that situation. So eventually I got myself a prepay "T-Stick" (that company because of coverage) for the 2-3 times a year that I'm without landline internet.
WxC's recommended/supported/managed all-in-one Cisco SRP527W just arrived today, all nice and easy to install, VFX provisioned, and apart from only having four 10/100 ports I did notice the USB option for mobile broadband fallback. So what the hey.
The router detects a Sierra Wireless AC326U with SIM ready and good signal strength but "Card Status: error", no further information. Plugged into my desktop computer (Ubuntu 12.04) it works just fine. Does this need manual configuration on this Cisco device?
Thanks for any pointers.