Verizon Jetpack® 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot MiFi® 6620L - Edit Access Point Name (APN)

To define and configure the APNs your Jetpack can use, view this info.

Note An Access Point Name (APN) is used by your phone to determine how to connect to a public network like the Internet based on the type of data you are transmitting.

Caution Although APN's can be manually changed, adjusting advanced settings may be harmful to the stability, performance, and security of the Jetpack. Contact your local IT admin prior to altering any of these settings.

LTE Access Point Name (APN) Definitions

vzwims
Used for connections to IMS services. Required for TXT messaging.
vzwadmin
Used for administrative functions.
vzwinternet
Required for general Internet connections.
vzwapp
Required for PDA data service
vzwcf
Used for connections that must be routed through content filtering.
xx.vzwentp
Used for connections to mobile private networks.
Note 'xx' is replaced by the enterprise MPN identifier.
xx.vzwstatic
Used for static IP connections.
Note 'xx' is replaced by the appropriate static IP pool identifier.

  1. Access the Admin Web Interface.
  2. From the left menu, click Jetpack Settings.
  3. From the Advanced tab, click Continue (on the right).
    Note Ensure the Cellular Data switch is set to on On Off Switch.
  4. From the Networks tab, click Show Advanced Settings.
  5. From the 4G LTE APN field, edit the APN as required.
  6. Click Save Changes (at the bottom right).
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