Quick Start Guide Verizon Wireless Network Extender

5. Allow 3 - 5 minutes for the base station
to complete the startup sequence and
detect both its connections and available
communications. The first time the base
station is used, it may take as long as one
hour for the initial GPS acquisition.
Your Network Extender is ready for use when all
four LEDs are solid blue.
Note: The optional GPS antenna cable is required
only when the external GPS antenna installation
is necessary.
CONFIRMING NETWORK EXTENDER
OPERATION
LED
Function
Description
PWR
Power
Solid blue: normal
No light: abnormal
SYS
System
connected
Solid blue: normal
Blinking red: establishing
an initial network
connection
Solid red: abnormal
GPS
GPS Signal
Solid blue: normal (GPS
signal is received)
Blinking blue or red:
while searching for GPS
signal
Solid red: abnormal
(GPS signal cannot be
received, the external
GPS antenna is required)*
WAN
WAN (Ethernet
connection)
Solid blue: normal
Blinking blue: data
communication
No light: abnormal
* See “External GPS Antenna” in the User Guide.
TROUBLESHOOTING
FOR MORE INFORMATION
What if my GPS LED is still red after one hour?
•
Refer to the Network Extender User Guide
that came with your device.
•
Visit verizonwireless.com/support
•
Call Customer Service toll free at 800-9220204 or *611 from your Verizon Wireless
mobile phone.
If the GPS LED is still red after one hour, you need
to relocate the GPS antenna to receive a stronger
signal. See “External GPS Antenna” in the User
Guide.
How do I know my phone is connecting
through the Network Extender?
Verizon Wireless Network Extender
Quick Start Guide
When dialing #48 on your wireless phone, an announcement will tell you if you are within range
of the Network Extender. In addition, you will
hear a short double tone on your wireless phone
whenever making or receiving a call. The tone is
played at the beginning of the call.
© 2009 Verizon Wireless. All rights reserved. Verizon Wireless is a
trademark of Verizon Trademark Services LLC.
EP68-00361A
SCS-26UC4
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Power
LED
To use a Verizon Wireless Network Extender you need:
•
An always-on broadband Internet connection with a minimum speed of 300 kbps.
•
An available Ethernet port on either your broadband modem or a router connected
to the modem. Note: If you are connecting your Network Extender to a router, please
ensure that it supports Virtual Private Networking (VPN). Most routers support this
functionality, but if you are unsure of your router’s capabilities, refer to the manual
that came with your router.
System
LED
GPS
Antenna
CONNECTING YOUR NETWORK EXTENDER
Wireless
Antenna
1.
Heat
Vents
GPS Antenna
Cable
Power Cord
DC12V
Power
Port
GPS
LED
WAN
LED
WAN
Port
Near a window (if this is not possible, see
“External GPS Antenna” in the User Manual)
•
At least two feet away from your router if it
supports Wi-Fi
2.
Connect one end of the included Ethernet
cable to an open port on the router (1) and
connect the other end to the WAN port located at the rear of the base station (2).
3.
Plug the power supply connector into the DC
12V power port located at the rear of the base
station (3).
4.
Insert one end of the power cord into the
power supply and then plug the other end
into an available outlet (4).
Power
Supply
Ethernet Cable
•
For best results, place the Network Extender
in an elevated location, such as the top of a
bookshelf or tall cabinet.
Your Network Extender package should contain the components shown below:
Network
Extender
The Network Extender needs to be located:
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Power
LED
To use a Verizon Wireless Network Extender you need:
•
An always-on broadband Internet connection with a minimum speed of 300 kbps.
•
An available Ethernet port on either your broadband modem or a router connected
to the modem. Note: If you are connecting your Network Extender to a router, please
ensure that it supports Virtual Private Networking (VPN). Most routers support this
functionality, but if you are unsure of your router’s capabilities, refer to the manual
that came with your router.
System
LED
GPS
Antenna
CONNECTING YOUR NETWORK EXTENDER
Wireless
Antenna
1.
Heat
Vents
GPS Antenna
Cable
Power Cord
DC12V
Power
Port
GPS
LED
WAN
LED
WAN
Port
Near a window (if this is not possible, see
“External GPS Antenna” in the User Manual)
•
At least two feet away from your router if it
supports Wi-Fi
2.
Connect one end of the included Ethernet
cable to an open port on the router (1) and
connect the other end to the WAN port located at the rear of the base station (2).
3.
Plug the power supply connector into the DC
12V power port located at the rear of the base
station (3).
4.
Insert one end of the power cord into the
power supply and then plug the other end
into an available outlet (4).
Power
Supply
Ethernet Cable
•
For best results, place the Network Extender
in an elevated location, such as the top of a
bookshelf or tall cabinet.
Your Network Extender package should contain the components shown below:
Network
Extender
The Network Extender needs to be located:
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Power
LED
To use a Verizon Wireless Network Extender you need:
•
An always-on broadband Internet connection with a minimum speed of 300 kbps.
•
An available Ethernet port on either your broadband modem or a router connected
to the modem. Note: If you are connecting your Network Extender to a router, please
ensure that it supports Virtual Private Networking (VPN). Most routers support this
functionality, but if you are unsure of your router’s capabilities, refer to the manual
that came with your router.
System
LED
GPS
Antenna
CONNECTING YOUR NETWORK EXTENDER
Wireless
Antenna
1.
Heat
Vents
GPS Antenna
Cable
Power Cord
DC12V
Power
Port
GPS
LED
WAN
LED
WAN
Port
Near a window (if this is not possible, see
“External GPS Antenna” in the User Manual)
•
At least two feet away from your router if it
supports Wi-Fi
2.
Connect one end of the included Ethernet
cable to an open port on the router (1) and
connect the other end to the WAN port located at the rear of the base station (2).
3.
Plug the power supply connector into the DC
12V power port located at the rear of the base
station (3).
4.
Insert one end of the power cord into the
power supply and then plug the other end
into an available outlet (4).
Power
Supply
Ethernet Cable
•
For best results, place the Network Extender
in an elevated location, such as the top of a
bookshelf or tall cabinet.
Your Network Extender package should contain the components shown below:
Network
Extender
The Network Extender needs to be located:
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5. Allow 3 - 5 minutes for the base station
to complete the startup sequence and
detect both its connections and available
communications. The first time the base
station is used, it may take as long as one
hour for the initial GPS acquisition.
Your Network Extender is ready for use when all
four LEDs are solid blue.
Note: The optional GPS antenna cable is required
only when the external GPS antenna installation
is necessary.
CONFIRMING NETWORK EXTENDER
OPERATION
LED
Function
Description
PWR
Power
Solid blue: normal
No light: abnormal
SYS
System
connected
Solid blue: normal
Blinking red: establishing
an initial network
connection
Solid red: abnormal
GPS
GPS Signal
Solid blue: normal (GPS
signal is received)
Blinking blue or red:
while searching for GPS
signal
Solid red: abnormal
(GPS signal cannot be
received, the external
GPS antenna is required)*
WAN
WAN (Ethernet
connection)
Solid blue: normal
Blinking blue: data
communication
No light: abnormal
* See “External GPS Antenna” in the User Guide.
TROUBLESHOOTING
FOR MORE INFORMATION
What if my GPS LED is still red after one hour?
•
Refer to the Network Extender User Guide
that came with your device.
•
Visit verizonwireless.com/support
•
Call Customer Service toll free at 800-9220204 or *611 from your Verizon Wireless
mobile phone.
If the GPS LED is still red after one hour, you need
to relocate the GPS antenna to receive a stronger
signal. See “External GPS Antenna” in the User
Guide.
How do I know my phone is connecting
through the Network Extender?
Verizon Wireless Network Extender
Quick Start Guide
When dialing #48 on your wireless phone, an announcement will tell you if you are within range
of the Network Extender. In addition, you will
hear a short double tone on your wireless phone
whenever making or receiving a call. The tone is
played at the beginning of the call.
© 2009 Verizon Wireless. All rights reserved. Verizon Wireless is a
trademark of Verizon Trademark Services LLC.
EP68-00361A
SCS-26UC4
5. Allow 3 - 5 minutes for the base station
to complete the startup sequence and
detect both its connections and available
communications. The first time the base
station is used, it may take as long as one
hour for the initial GPS acquisition.
Your Network Extender is ready for use when all
four LEDs are solid blue.
Note: The optional GPS antenna cable is required
only when the external GPS antenna installation
is necessary.
CONFIRMING NETWORK EXTENDER
OPERATION
LED
Function
Description
PWR
Power
Solid blue: normal
No light: abnormal
SYS
System
connected
Solid blue: normal
Blinking red: establishing
an initial network
connection
Solid red: abnormal
GPS
GPS Signal
Solid blue: normal (GPS
signal is received)
Blinking blue or red:
while searching for GPS
signal
Solid red: abnormal
(GPS signal cannot be
received, the external
GPS antenna is required)*
WAN
WAN (Ethernet
connection)
Solid blue: normal
Blinking blue: data
communication
No light: abnormal
* See “External GPS Antenna” in the User Guide.
TROUBLESHOOTING
FOR MORE INFORMATION
What if my GPS LED is still red after one hour?
•
Refer to the Network Extender User Guide
that came with your device.
•
Visit verizonwireless.com/support
•
Call Customer Service toll free at 800-9220204 or *611 from your Verizon Wireless
mobile phone.
If the GPS LED is still red after one hour, you need
to relocate the GPS antenna to receive a stronger
signal. See “External GPS Antenna” in the User
Guide.
How do I know my phone is connecting
through the Network Extender?
Verizon Wireless Network Extender
Quick Start Guide
When dialing #48 on your wireless phone, an announcement will tell you if you are within range
of the Network Extender. In addition, you will
hear a short double tone on your wireless phone
whenever making or receiving a call. The tone is
played at the beginning of the call.
© 2009 Verizon Wireless. All rights reserved. Verizon Wireless is a
trademark of Verizon Trademark Services LLC.
EP68-00361A
SCS-26UC4