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All other trademarks or registered trademarks of products mentioned in ❶ Remove six screws from access panel Using a cross-point screwdriver, remove the six screws holding the side access panel in place. ❷ Remove access panel Remove panel and set aside. ❸ Remove gasket if needed If the gasket remains completely in place, don’t remove it. If it does come loose, set it aside. ❹ Install SIMcard this document are the property of their respective owners. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. The software described in this document is furnished under a license agreement or nondisclosure agreement. The software may be used or copied only in accordance with the terms of those agreements. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or any means electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording for any purpose other than the purchaser's personal use without the written permission of SRT Wireless, LLC. Procedure SRT Wireless, LLC 4101 SW 47th Ave., Suite 102 Davie, FL 33322 With the panel removed, note the three openings on the side of the enclosure. The Primary SIM card goes into the center opening (labeled PRIMARY). Insert the Primary SIM into the center opening slot. The SIM card is spring-loaded. Push until you feel it snap into place. To remove, press until you feel the card release (a mechanical snap), then remove. www.thuraya.com www.srtwireless.net Close and seal access panel: 920-00276 - 10/12/2015 Item Procedure ❸ Replace gasket Carefully place gasket into the groove it was removed from. Gasket must be completely inside the groove with no overhang. ❷ Replace access Place the access panel over the area it was panel removed from. Align the screw holes in the panel with the ones on the enclosure. ❶ Insert and tighten screws Insert the screws into the appropriate holes. Tighten hand tight to ensure the plate is properly aligned. Tighten the rest of the way down with a cross-point screwdriver. Do not overtighten! Thuraya® IP Commander Front Panel Indicators Congratulations on your purchase of a Thuraya IP Commander terminal, which gives you voice and IP services, no matter where you go within the Thuraya service area. Please take a moment to review this Quick Start Guide to help familiarize yourself with this sophisticated and powerful product. If you require more detailed information about your Thuraya IP Commander, please refer to the user guide, SRTW part number 920-00275, an Adobe® Acrobat® PDF file, which is located on the DocumentMedia CD supplied with this product. Thuraya IP Commander product installation instructions, SRTW part number 920-00299, are provided in an Adobe Acrobat PDF file on the Document-Media CD supplied with this product. The Front Panel SUP Power Supply is connected - Green ON IP Commander is powered on - Green ACT Activity on the satellite link - Red (blinking with satellite activity) SAT Thuraya Antenna sees satellite - Green Thuraya Antenna DOES NOT see Satellite - Red GPS GPS satellites in view - Green GPS satellites NOT in view - Red ANT Thuraya Antenna functional - Green Thuraya Antenna not functional - Red LAN Change Device Mode To switch between VOICE and IP modes, log onto the IP Commander web page (see IP Commander Web Pages in the center column). Click Home under the General heading. Click the radio button related to the IP Profile mode you wish to change to, located within the Change Mode box (Voice or one of the IP modes), and click Connect. In a few moments, you are switched to the desired Device Mode. For details, please refer to the IP Commander user guide, SRTW part number 920-00275. Set Up IP Commander Setup is easy. All you need, other than the contents of the transport case, is a power source. ❶ Local Area Network visible - Green Local Area Network NOT visible - Red ❷ IP Commander Web Pages This is where you adjust wired and Wi-Fi network settings, set up connection profiles, change passwords, update firmware, and view the status of the IP Commander device. ❶ Wi-Fi® Antenna Connector: Connect the Wi-Fi “whip” antenna to this connector. CAUTION: Do not overtighten the connector! ❷ Thuraya Antenna Connector: This connector provides power and a signal path to and from the Thuraya Antenna. ❸ Thuraya Handset Connector: This permits you to make calls over your IP Commander device using the specially modified handset. To access the web page, once you have connected your IP Commander device to your computer, type http://192.168.1.254. The login screen is displayed. The default login is admin, and the default password is admin. Please change these to something more secure as soon as possible. To do so, refer to the Password section of the IP Commander User Guide (SRTW part number 920-00275) for instructions. ❸ ❻ Status Indicator Panel: Tell at a glance if the IP Commander is working properly. ❼ Power/Reset Button: Press and release to apply power to the IP Commander. Press and hold the button to shut the IP Commander down, or to restart if malfunctioning. ❹ ❶ Connect whip antenna to SMA connector. NOTE: SMA connector is fragile. Tighten only finger tight! ❷ Connect the supplied rf coaxial cable between the IP Commander and the Thuraya Antenna. Ensure that the antenna has a clear view of the sky. Do not kink or otherwise damage the cable. ❸ Connect and lock the connector on the Thuraya handset cable to the IP Commander at the location shown in item ❸. The handset is powered by the IP Commander. It uses the SIM cards installed inside the IP Commander housing. ❹ Connect and lock the power supply or mobile power adapter connector to the power connector on the IP Commander. ❺ Connect and lock the armored end of the RJ-45 Ethernet cable to the IP Commander and the other to your PC or network. ❹ Power Input: Connect either a 120 VAC to 240 VAC, 50-60 Hz power supply, or a 12 V mobile DC power adapter. ❺ Ethernet Connector: Connect a standard RJ-45 Ethernet cable between the IP Commander and a PC or other network device. ❺ When everything is connected, apply power, wait a few minutes to acquire a signal from the Thuraya satellite, and you’re ready to go.
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