Here you can check the following information about the device.
Indicates if the device is connected to Sixfab CORE.
Last cellular connection status when the device was last connected to the Sixfab CORE.
Interface actively used by the device.
All interfaces available on the device.
The count that cellular connectivity issues were resolved automatically.
The ICCID is a globally unique serial number of SIM.
Shows the currently selected Radio Access Technology(RAT).
Shows the currently attached network operator.
Shows the signal quality of the device.
A built-in network priority can be sorted. You can put the interface in a list and order them, so it will switch between when a higher priority network is lost and switches back when it recovers. It can be done by dragging and dropping the interfaces to set the priority.
After setting the APN and priority, send the configuration to your device.
The remote terminal allows users to access the deployed devices. Developers can use the Remote terminal to access files, data and develop their devices remotely without having physical access to the device. Click on the Open Remote Terminal button and start using it like any other terminal of Linux.
This widget shows the Geo-location of the device based on the cellular network to which it is connected. Depending on the location of the device, location accuracy can reach 500-900 meters in the city and 1-2 km in rural areas.
If there is a change in the location data, it is updated every 24 hours.
Updated about 2 months ago