Note: we no longer recommend a Netgear 340U modem due to this modem being past its end of support date with Netgear, and the configuration steps outlined below are difficult to execute on modern operating systems.
The AT&T Beam 340U modem requires some minor configuration in order to work with the Solo. The necessary software is can be downloaded here.
Step 1. Install the AT&T AllAccess app on your computer (has to be Windows based and should automatically install once the modem connects to it).
Step 2. Update the firmware of the modem to the latest version (using the AllAccess app).
Step 3. While AllAccess is running:
- verify the new firmware (go to settings-->about)
- run AC340U_ip_pass_thru_enable file (included in the Google Drive link, not you may need to use Window's "Run As Administrator" if you right-click on the exe file)
Step 4. Close the AllAccess app and run AC430U_autoconnect_disable (included in the Google Drive link, similar to above, it seems to help to "Run As Administrator")
Lastly, place the modem in the unit and verify connectivity.
AT&T AllAccess does not recognize the AT&T Beam USB LTE Modem even though my PC does. Is there a way to set up this product manually?
I had a hard time like everyone else trying to get the All Access app to recognize the Modem on Windows 10 Operating system. What I ended up doing was installing Windows 7 on an old laptop and going through the steps. After a few tries I got it to work. So dont give up or send it back. Worst case scenario if you need me to install firmware on your device just HMU Howard. email@example.com
Still can’t get mine to work.....
Worked in windows 7 not in windows 10. INstall WMWare and get an older verison of windows running to get this to work
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