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BreezeCOMPACT 1000

Telrad BreezeCOMPACT 1000
The BreezeCOMPACT 1000 is a small, yet rugged outdoor LTE base station. It supports the LTE bands 42, 43 and 48 (CBRS).
BreezeCOMPACT 1000


  • BreezeCOMPACT 1000
  • Mikrotik RB4011 router
  • Configuration data to connect the eNodeB to Monogoto cloud Reach out to [email protected] if you haven't received the config data yet

Getting Started

The BreezeCOMPACT can work in two ways:
  1. 1.
    Regular configuration - Network Control and Data is going to Monogoto’s cloud
  2. 2.
    Local Break Out configuration (LBO) - Network Control and Data are separated. The Control messages are going to Monogoto’s cloud, the user data is going straight to the (local) Internet via the router that is connected to the eNodeB.
In this manual, we are using the Regular configuration.
  • Connect the ethernet cable from port 1 of the Mikrotik RB4011 router to the internet (Mikrotik will use DHCP in order to obtain its WAN IP address) and connect the power cable.
  • Connect the BreezeCOMPACT to the Mikrotik RB4011 router using an ethernet cable.
  • Connect an ethernet cable from your PC to the DATA3 local management port of the COMPACT1000.
  • On the PC, define the IP address as
  • Connect the power cable to the BreezeCOMPACT and wait until the eNodeB to boot up.
Telrad manuals For detailed documentation about the BreezeCOMPACT, review the Telrad installation and user configuration manuals:
BreezeCOMPACT 1000 Installation Manual.pdf
BreezeCOMPACT Installation manual
Compact1000 user manual.pdf
BreezeCOMPACT user configuration manual

BreezeCOMPACT Configuration

Connect to the BreezeCOMPACT using an SSH client

Use an SSH client on your PC to access the eNodeB using IP address: You can use PuTTY for Windows, or screen, minicom or coolterm / miniterm for Mac or Linux.
Log in using the credentials: Name: admin Password: LteAdmin!
Open the BreezeCompact configuration tool by entering the command:

Configuration Network Parameters

Set the LTE Infrastructure IP address, replace X.X.X.X with the IP address you received from Monogoto:
set networking lte-infrastructure enb-ip-address X.X.X.X
Set the subnet mask:
set networking lte-infrastructure subnet-mask
Define the LTE infrastructure gateway address, replace X.X.X.X with the IP address you received from Monogoto:
set networking lte-infrastructure next-hop-gateway X.X.X.X
Set Networking VLAN ID:
set networking lte-infrastructure vlan-id 11
Set Switching VLAN:
set switching vlan-assignment enb-network-if-list 2
Set Networking S1 address:
set networking s1-signaling-servers-list

Configure the Radio Access Network (RAN)

Set the cell tracking area TAC to 512 (unless you received specific instructions from Monogoto about the TAC):
set cell tracking-area tac 512
Set PLMN to 315010
set cell tracking-area plmn-identity-list 315010
Set the device ID, replace XXX with the ID you received from Monogoto:
set device general device-id XXX
Set the cell RAN, replace XXX with the ID you received from Monogoto:
set cell ran-common enb-identity XXX

Commit Changes to BreezeCOMPACT

The following procedure explains how to implement the configuration settings.
Enter the command:
Wait for the message commit update to appear.
Reboot the BreezeCOMPACT for the changes to take effect:
request reboot reboot
Enter yes when being asked: "The reboot will disrupt all services provided by device. Are You sure?"
Did you reboot the eNodeB? Congratulations! You’ve successfully set up the BreezeCOMPACT 🎉