cool thanks Martin I get it now and forgive me my frustration got the best of me.
We are stuck in that both Verizon and Peplink thinks it the other side and all we need is for it to connect.
The last dialog we had with a senior Verizon tech gave this feedback:
After further examining this device. We found out that the device is in fact connecting to a tower 1 mile away from the disclosed address that you provided for me. The SINR was well at 3 db and the RSSI was at -98 db. Both are well within Verizon recommended parameters. I also found after running a data log of the most recent transactions that the device is attempting to connect to the IMS APN. That is the Verizon wake up command. This is normal in between successful connections. This IMS APN is not wanting to convert over the correct APN which is WE01.VZWSTATIC. I rebuilt the profile for this unit. Pushed the OTA, Preferred Roaming List, CLASS 3 and CLASS 4 APN. The device is still wanting to connect to IMS APN. The device is responsible for retaining the APN in this case.
I am at a loss as to what most of that means??
I would be most thankful if you could take a look and help with our unsuccessful connection