Fleet Broadband Support
May 1, 2013: Thrane & Thrane critical firmware update for FB SAILOR and BGAN EXPLORER
SatCom Global have been informed by Inmarsat that the latest firmware version 1.16 will be feature critical for all Thrane & Thrane FB SAILOR 150, 250, 500 and BGAN EXPLORER 325 and 727 units by 1st June 2013.
Terminals not upgraded to this firmware version will not be able to receive calls on the IP handset. Only the terminals listed above using the Thrane & Thrane/Cobham IP handset will be affected. Terminals with a standard two wire handset will continue to work as normal.
Other features included in this release:
- Support for Fax and 3.1kHz Audio on SAILOR 150
- Restoration of an open PDP context on a UT power cycle
- Support to ThraneLINK, a sophisticated communication protocol that connects the SAILOR products in a network
Get up and running fast with these new user manuals
|Getting started with FleetBroadband LaunchPad||1.78MB|
|FleetBroadband Best Practices Manual||1.7MB|
|Using FleetBroadband LaunchPad on the JUE-250/500||1.07MB|
|Configuring the FleetBroadband terminal for static IP||567KB|
|Voicemail user guide||160KB|
Application user guides
|Using FTP over FleetBroadband||198KB|
|Using email over FleetBroadband||707KB|
|Using SMTP over FleetBroadband using the BGAN APN||976KB|
|Using AFIANT over FleetBroadband||125KB|
|Using eFax over FleetBroadband||163KB|
|Using the Infonic Geo-Replicator over FleetBroadband||266KB|
|Using RAD Vmux voice trunking over FleetBroadband||697KB|
|Using AmosConnect over FleetBroadband||693KB|
|Using C-Map over FleetBroadband||451KB|
|Virtek - Least cost/Crew Welfare solution||167KB|
|Using OCENS Weather net||278KB|
|Using GTMail with FleetBroadband||616KB|
|Using Clearpoint weather delivery with FleetBroadband||132KB|
|Using the GMN webXaccelerator over FleetBroadband||422KB|
|Using the I2D over FleetBroadband||1.61MB|
|Using Servicom G.R.I.P. over FleetBroadband||1.32MB|
|Using Vobal VoIP solution over FleetBroadband||382KB|
|Using Vobal GSM solution over FleetBroadband||3MB|
The Inmarsat FleetBroadband service is now available around the globe, delivered through our global network of I-4 satellites.
The map below depicts the three I-4 satellite coverage regions.
This map depicts Inmarsat’s expectations of coverage, but does not represent a guarantee of service. The availability of service at the edge of coverage areas fluctuates depending on various conditions. FleetBroadband coverage February 2009.