SSID and Wireless Network Encryption Key

Quick Start
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Thank you for purchasing the Mobile WiFi. This Mobile
WiFi brings you a high speed wireless network connection.
This document will help you understand your Mobile WiFi so you can start using it right away.
Please read this document carefully before using your Mobile WiFi.
For detailed information about the functions and configurations of the Mobile WiFi, refer to
the online help on the web management page that comes with the Mobile WiFi.
For detailed instructions for logging in to the web management page, refer to "Logging In to
the Web Management Page".
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Getting to Know Your Mobile WiFi
Note:
The Mobile WiFi function descriptions and illustrations in this document are for your
reference only. The product you have purchased may vary.
Application Scenarios
Wi-Fi devices (such as smartphones, tablet computers, and game consoles) or computers can
all access the Internet through the Mobile WiFi. The specific connection procedure depends on
the operating system of the Wi-Fi device or computer. Establish a connection according to your
device's specific instructions.
To access the Internet through a USB port connection, install the driver according to the
instructions.
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Scenario 1: Accessing the Internet Using a 3G or 2G Network
The Mobile WiFi uses your operator's 3G or 2G network to access the Internet.
a)
Wi-Fi or USB connection
b)
3G/2G
3G/2G
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Ethernet port connection (LAN)
Scenario 2: Accessing the Internet Using Ethernet (WAN)
Connect the Mobile WiFi's network port to an Ethernet port using a network cable. You can
then access the Internet via Ethernet, such as a home ADSL, hotel DHCP, or campus static IP
broadband network.
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Appearance
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Power button
Power indicator
Blinks slowly: The Mobile WiFi enters the standby mode.
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Messages indicator
Green: New message.
Blinking green: Inbox full.
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Battery indicator
Green: Sufficient battery.
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Orange: Fair battery level.
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Red: Low battery.
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Blinking green slowly: Charging... (high battery level)
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Blinking orange slowly: Charging... (fair battery level)
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Blinking red slowly: Charging... (low battery level)
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Blinking red fast: Battery level extremely low. Charge the device immediately.
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Blinking slowly: blink once per second.
Blinking fast: blink twice per second.
Wi-Fi indicator
Green: Wi-Fi turned on.
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Signal indicator
Green: Strong signal.
Orange: Weak signal.
Red: No signal.
Ethernet indicator
Blinking green: Indicates whether the Ethernet port is working in WAN or LAN mode.
Green: An Ethernet connection has been set up.
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Charging port
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Connect to the router.
Connect to the computer.
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Micro USB port
Ethernet port
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SSID and Wireless Network Encryption Key
When a Wi-Fi device establishes a connection to the
Mobile WiFi for the first time, you may need to enter
the default Service Set Identifier (SSID) and wireless
network encryption key.
The default SSID and encryption key are printed on
the Mobile WiFi label.
It is recommended that you change your SSID and
wireless network encryption key the first time you
log in to the web management page.
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Getting Started
Installing
Install the SIM card according to the illustration.
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Note:
Do not remove the SIM card when it is in use. Doing so will affect the performance of
your Mobile WiFi and data stored on the SIM card may be lost.
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Charging the Battery
The device has a built-in, non-removable battery. Do not attempt to remove the battery,
otherwise the device may be damaged. To replace the battery, take the device to an authorized
service center.
If the Mobile WiFi has not been used for a long time or if the battery is fully depleted, the
Mobile WiFi may not power on immediately after the charger is plugged in. Please charge the
battery for a while before attempting to power on the Mobile WiFi.
Method 1: Use the charger to charge the device
Note:
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Only use chargers compatible with the
Mobile WiFi and provided by a designated
manufacturer. Use of an incompatible
charger or one from an unknown
manufacturer may cause the Mobile WiFi
to malfunction, fail, or could even cause a
fire. Such use voids all warranties, whether
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expressed or implied, on the product.
 The charger is an optional accessory. If it is not included in the package, you may
contact an authorized dealer to buy a charger compatible with the Mobile WiFi.
 The Mobile WiFi's charger model is HW-050200XYW. X and Y represent letters or
numbers that vary by region. For details about the specific charger model, contact an
authorized dealer.
Method 2: Charge the device through a computer connection
Use the data cable provided with your device to connect the Mobile WiFi to the computer.
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Supplying Power to Devices
The Mobile WiFi can work as a portable
power supply (rated output: 5V, 1A) for
other devices, such as phones, tablets,
music players, and Bluetooth headsets.
You can charge those devices by simply
connecting them to the Mobile WiFi using
a USB cable. The Mobile WiFi supports
plug and charge whether it is on or off.
Some devices can only be charged when the Mobile WiFi is on, while others require the Mobile
WiFi to be off.
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The Mobile WiFi cannot be used to charge other devices when it is being charged.
If the Mobile WiFi is overheating or its battery level is low, it will stop charging other
devices to ensure its performance.
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Turning On the Mobile WiFi
Press and hold the
button until the
indicator lights up, indicating that the Mobile
WiFi is turned on.
You can log in to the web management page
and turn the fast boot function on or off. This
function greatly reduces the Mobile WiFi's
boot-up time.
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Press and hold the
button to turn
off the Mobile WiFi.
If your Mobile WiFi malfunctions or cannot be properly powered off, press and hold
button for at least 10 seconds to forcibly power off your Mobile WiFi.
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Verifying the PIN
If the Mobile WiFi's network parameters have been correctly configured but you cannot access
the Internet after powering it on, PIN verification may be enabled. Log in to the web
management page and enter the PIN when prompted. To avoid entering the PIN every time
you power on the Mobile WiFi, disable PIN verification from the web management page.
The PIN/PUK is delivered with your SIM card. For more details, contact your service provider.
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Connecting to the Internet
Using a 3G or 2G Network
The Mobile WiFi's management parameters have been preset according to your operator's
requirements.
If data is transmitted, the Mobile WiFi will automatically connect to the Internet. If data is not
transmitted for a period of time, the Mobile WiFi will automatically disconnect from the
network connection.
Note:
You can log in to the web management page and enable or disable automatic dialing
while roaming. If this function is turned off, when the Mobile WiFi enters a roaming
network, it will automatically disconnect from the Internet connection that has already
been established. You will need to manually establish this network connection again.
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Using Ethernet (WAN)
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Use the network cable to connect the Mobile WiFi to the router.
Ensure that
lights up in steady green and
turns off.
Log in to the Mobile WiFi's web management page and configure the parameters of the
Ethernet connection.
Dynamic IP: Does not need to be configured.
 PPPoE: Enter the user name and password for a dial-up connection.
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Static IP: Select static IP in connection mode and enter the IP address, default gateway address, DNS
server address, and so on.
Note:
For detailed information about the user name, password, IP address, default gateway
address, DNS server address, and other settings, contact your operator.
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Logging In to the Web Management Page
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Make sure the connection between the Mobile WiFi and the Wi-Fi device or computer is
working normally.
2. Open the browser, and enter http://192.168.8.1 in the address box.
Note:
If the IP address conflicts with other IP addresses on the network, the IP address of the
Mobile WiFi automatically changes. Please try http://192.168.9.1. If you cannot log in,
contact an authorized dealer.
3. Enter the user name and password to log in to the web management page.
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The default user name is admin.
The default password is admin.
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Battery Saving Mode
If the Mobile WiFi has been inactive for some time, the Mobile WiFi enters the standby mode,
in which the power indicator blinks slowly and the other indicators are off. Pressing the power
button causes the indicator to light up.
When the Mobile WiFi is being powered only by the battery, you can choose to enable or
disable the automatic Wi-Fi turnoff function. If this function is enabled and if no Wi-Fi devices
access the Mobile WiFi for a period of time, the Wi-Fi turns off automatically. You can press the
power button to turn the Wi-Fi on again.
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Connecting an Android Device to the Mobile WiFi Using a 2D
Barcode
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Search for HUAWEI Mobile WiFi in Google Play
or HUAWEI App Center and download the app
to your Android device.
Scan the 2D barcode on the Mobile WiFi label
using the HUAWEI Mobile WiFi App.
Your Android device will then connect to the Mobile
WiFi.
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Restoring to Factory Settings
If you forget the user name, password, or SSID you
have set, you can restore the settings on the web
management page to their factory values.
To do so, simply press and hold the RESET button
until the Mobile WiFi restarts.
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Example 1: Connecting to a Computer (for example, running the
Windows 7 operating system) through Wi-Fi
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Ensure that
is displayed in green.
Select Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center >
Connect to a network.
Note:
Before establishing a Wi-Fi connection, ensure that the computer is equipped with a
wireless network adapter. If the computer indicates a wireless network connection, the
wireless network adapter can be used. Otherwise, verify that your wireless network
adapter is working properly.
3. Select the wireless network connection with the Mobile WiFi's SSID and click Connect.
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If the wireless network connection is encrypted, enter the correct wireless network
encryption key.
The default SSID and encryption key are printed on the Mobile WiFi's label.
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4.
Wait a moment for the wireless network connection icon to appear in the system tray in
the lower right corner of the computer screen. The wireless network connection is then
established.
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Example 2: Connecting to a Game Console (for example, PSP)
through Wi-Fi
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On the PSP, turn on the WLAN.
Choose Settings > Network Settings.
Select Infrastructure Mode.
Select New Connection, and enter the
connection name.
Select Scan to search for wireless
networks. A list of access points will be
displayed on the screen.
Select the access point with the Mobile
WiFi's SSID, and press the ► button on
the PSP. Confirm the SSID, and enter the
correct wireless network encryption key.
Press the ► button to proceed to the
next step, and then press the X button to
save settings.
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Select Test Connection to test whether
the network connection is successful.
You can now open the browser and
access the network.
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Example 3: Connecting to a Tablet Computer (for example, iPad)
through Wi-Fi
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Touch Settings > WLAN to turn on WLAN.
The tablet computer automatically
searches for wireless connections and
displays a list of access points.
3. Select the access point with the Mobile
WiFi's SSID.
4. If required, enter the correct wireless
network encryption key, and tap Join.
(The lock icon indicates that the
encryption key is required to connect to
this wireless network.)
Note:
Wi-Fi devices, such as an iPhone, iPod touch, PS3 and NDSi, can all access the Internet
through the Mobile WiFi. For specific operations, refer to the Wi-Fi device's user manual.
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Tips
When the Mobile WiFi is in use for an extended period of time, it will become warm and may
overheat. Should this happen, the Mobile WiFi will automatically close the network connection
and turn off to protect itself from damage. If this occurs, place the Mobile WiFi in a well
ventilated space to allow the heat to dissipate, then turn it on and continue to use it as normal.
If you are unable to use the Mobile WiFi as normal, try the following:
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Consult the online help on the web management page.
Restart the Mobile WiFi.
Restore the Mobile WiFi to the factory settings.
Consult your operator.
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