You may ask, “What’s the point of usage guidelines, anyway?”
The wireless network operates differently than traditional wireline networks. The Radio Access Network or RAN is a shared resource, serving a finite number of users at a given time. The guidelines are written in order to help users, application developers, and device manufacturers—especially those that are not used to operating in a shared network—to understand how to operate efficiently in this environment.
Abnormal disconnects occur when a device disconnects from the network for any of the reasons stated in the table below. This informs you if a device was disconnected unexpectedly due to an issue. ThingSpace receives the disconnect reason from the network and in turn notifies you when that happens, assuming you have the alert rule for this enabled.
|Abornomal Disconnect Code Description||Code Value|
See your Verizon Solutions Architect or Solutions Engineer for the complete set of guidelines entitled “Application, Device and Network Usage Guidelines for IoT.”