Cisco ISR C1111-8PLTE Basic Config

The below configuration will allow basic internet connectivity with focus on the magic sauce being the APN configuration. Where we have two options, those being:

Telstra Direct Internet:

cellular 0/2/0 lte profile create 1 telstra.internet

Telstra Corp Access: (requires a user to be setup in IPSS for Radius Auth) An /32 IP assigned and framed route that will be injected into BGP for consumption.

cellular 0/2/0 lte profile create 1 telstra.corp chap %password%

interface Cellular0/2/0
ip address negotiated
ip nat outside  
<< ONLY required on direct internet (telstra.internet)
dialer in-band
dialer idle-timeout 0
dialer-group 1
ipv6 enable
pulse-time 1
interface Cellular0/2/1
no ip address
interface Vlan1
no ip address
interface Vlan10  
<<  Can be an SVi or Physical interface
ip address
ip nat inside   
<<  ONLY required if NAT is being used on direct internet
ip nat inside source list 1 interface Cellular0/2/0 overload
ip route Cellular0/2/0

!access-list 1 permit any
dialer-list 1 protocol ip permit

mRemoteNG Password Recovery

Just in case you need to extract those passwords from mRemoteNG.  Just use the External tools as per the below.

  1. Open mRemote and go to “Tools” > “External Tools”
  2. Right-click in the white space and choose “New External Tool”
  3. In the External Tools Properties, fill in a “Display Name”, “Filename” and some “arguments”.
    In this scenario I filled in "Password lookup", CMD and "/k echo %password%".
  4. Go to the connection where you would like to reveal the connection and right-click on it and choose “External tools” > “Password lookup.

Cisco Unified Wireless Network Ports:

LWAPP Data Packets: UDP 12222
LWAPP Control Messages: UDP 12223

CAPWAP Control: UDP 5246
CAPWAP Data: UDP 5247

WCP for WiSM: UDP 10000

Mobility Control Messages: UDP 16666 and/or UDP 16667 (secure-mode)
Mobility EoIP Tunnel: IP Protocol 97

WTF is Blockchain ?

Here’s a good graphic that explains what it’s all about – Mine on!

What is Blockchain