APN Setting Policy
A group of policies to create, update and remove Access Point Name (APN) settings on the device.
  • Enable APN settings policy control
    Use this control to enable or disable APN settings for the device. Enable this control before changing any APN settings. If this control is not enabled, any APN settings are ignored.
  • Name of APN Configuration to add or update
    Enter the name of the APN configuration profile that needs to be added or updated. Ensure that the name used here matches at least one name in the APN configuration > name field. For example, “samsungAPN3”
Enterprise Billing policy (Premium)
A group of policies to control Enterprise Billing policies. This allows separate bill generation for both personal and enterprise data usage, accomplished by routing respective traffic through 2 different APNs on a device. Before using this feature, check that it is supported by your network operator.
  • Enable enterprise billing policy
    Use this control to enable or disable Enterprise Billing settings for the device. Enable this control before changing any Enterprise Billing settings. If this control is not enabled, any Enterprise Billing settings are ignored.
  • Name of APN configuration to use for Enterprise apps
    Use this to specify the names of the APN configurations for Enterprise Billing. If you have more than one, enter the values as a comma separated list, For example, "APN_1, APN_2".
  • List of apps to use enterprise billing
    Use this to setup list of apps that should use the Enterprise Billing. Enter the values as a comma separated list of the application packages, for example, "com.xyz, com.abc".
  • VPN profile names to use enterprise billing
    Use this to specify the names of the VPN profiles to route over the Enterprise Billing APN. Enter the values as a comma separated list of the VPN profile name, for example "VPN profile 1, VPN profile 2"
  • Allow roaming
    Use this to allow or prevent devices from using enterprise data while roaming when configured with Enterprise Billing. If enabled, enterprise data stays connected while roaming. If prevented, apps using enterprise data do not connect to the network.
APN configurations
A group of policies to specify one or more Access Point Name configurations. For example, APN name, APN type, authentication type and more.
    • Name
      Use this to specify a name of your APN configuration for easy reference. For example, "SamsungAPN"
    • APN (Access Point Name)
      Use this to specify the endpoint for your APN, for example "enterprise.telco.com". Get this value from your mobile operator
    • MCC (Mobile Country Code)
      The Mobile Country Code for your APN that uniquely identifies your mobile network operator, for example “302”. Get this value from your mobile operator.
    • MNC (Mobile Network Code)
      The Mobile Network Code for your APN that uniquely identifies your mobile network operator, for example “720”. Get this value from your mobile operator.
    • Authentication Type
      The authentication type for your APN. Get this value from your mobile operator
    • APN Type
      This indicates what type of data will be transferred over the APN. For example “MMS”. Get this value from your mobile operator
    • APN Protocol
      This is the protocol type that is used to send data packets, for example IPv4 of IPv6. Get this value from your mobile operator. Certain mobile devices only support some protocols. You may need to double check your devices are supported with your network settings.
    • APN Roaming Protocol
      This is the protocol type that is used to send data packets while roaming, for example IPv4 of IPv6. Get this value from your mobile operator.
    • MMS
      Specify the MMS configuration for this APN
      • MMSC
        Enter the Multimedia Messaging Service Center value. Get this value from your mobile operator.
      • MMS Proxy
        Enter the MMS proxy value. Get this value from your mobile operator.
      • MMS Port
        Enter the port number of MMS proxy. Get this value from your mobile operator.
    • Advanced Configuration
      Specify the advanced parameters of the APN configuration. Contact your mobile operator to get these values, if they are necessary.
      • Server
        (none)
      • Proxy
        (none)
      • Proxy
        (none)
      • Username
        (none)
      • Password
        (none)
    • Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) configuration
      A group of controls to customize the MVNO configuration on the device. Available on devices running Knox v3.2.1 or higher.
      • MVNO type
        To customize the MVNO configuration, select the appropriate MVNO configuration item from this list, and then continue to the next field.
      • MVNO value
        Use this field to specify the MVNO configuration item’s value. Refer to your mobile network provider’s documentation for the values you can use.