Huawei B882 LTE Jet Hub
B882 4G LTE Jet Hub
Getting Started Guide
Thank You for Purchasing the B882 4G LTE Jet Hub!
Before You Begin
What’s in the Box :
1.
B882 4G LTE Jet Hub
2.
Power adapter
3.
1 Ethernet cable (Yellow)
4.
Getting Started Guide
5.
Safety Information Guide
6.
Warranty Information Guide
If anything is missing or damaged, return the entire package to your point of
purchase.
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1 Getting Started: Setting up your
B882 4G LTE Jet Hub
Follow these simple steps to setup your 4G LTE Jet Hub.
Place the 4G LTE Jet Hub at an indoor open area or close to a window if possible.
Obstructions such as concrete or wooden walls may affect the transmission of
wireless signals.
 Keep the 4G LTE Jet Hub away from the household electrical appliances that
produce strong electric or magnetic fields, such as microwaves, refrigerators, or
satellite dish antennas.
Step 1 Insert SIM card into the Jet Hub’s SIM Card Slot.
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 If your SIM card was not activated and inserted into your 4G LTE Jet Hub at your
point of purchase, please call MTS Technical Support at 204-225-5687 or toll free
outside Manitoba at 1-800-883-2054.
 Before removing the SIM card, ensure that Jet Hub is powered off and
disconnected from the power outlet.
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Step 2
Connect the power adapter to the power port and plug into the wall
socket.
The AC power supply included with the Huawei B882 4G LTE Jet Hub is not
compatible with the Huawei B890 4G LTE Jet Hub. Interchanging the AC power supply
will cause damage to the AC power supply.
The Jet Hub will power on automatically.
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2 Getting Started: Setting up an
Internet Connection
Connecting your devices (computer, laptop, tablet, etc.) to the Internet
You are able to connect to the Internet via a wired or wireless (Wi-Fi) connection.
Follow the instructions below to set up your connection of choice.
Wired connection with an Ethernet Cable
Step 1
Connect the Yellow Ethernet cable provided to one of the 3 LAN ports
and connect the other end to your computer.
Do not connect the Yellow Ethernet cable to the WAN port that is closest to the
right hand side of the device.
Step 2
Wait approximately 30 - 60 seconds for the connection to establish. Check
the indicators on the front panel of your Jet Hub. If they are lit as outlined
you are ready to use the internet with your new Jet Hub!
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Solid White: the Jet Hub is powered on.
Power
Wireless Signal
indicator
Solid Blue or Cyan: the Jet Hub is registered
with the wireless network.
If this indicator is red and blinking, power off the
Jet Hub and ensure your SIM card is inserted
correctly.
If this continues after turning the 4G LTE Jet Hub
on again, please contact MTS Technical Support
at 204-225-5687 or toll free outside Manitoba at
1-800-883-2054 to ensure your SIM card is
activated.
Wireless Dial-up
indicator
Solid: the Jet Hub is connected to the wireless
network.
If this indicator is blinking continuously, power
off the Jet Hub for 2 minutes and try again.
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LAN indicators
Solid: 1, 2 or 3 will be lit depending on which
LAN port you are connected to.
Blinking: data is transferring.
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Wireless (Wi-Fi) Connection
Follow these simple steps to connect up to 32 Wi-Fi enabled devices to the Internet
through your 4G LTE Jet Hub:
 The Wi-Fi Name (SSID) and Wi-Fi Password (WIFI KEY) are printed on the
Wireless Security Sticker located on the bottom of your B882 4G LTE Jet Hub.
 To protect your wireless network from unauthorized access, change the Wi-Fi
Name (SSID) and Wi-Fi Password (WIFI KEY) at regular intervals. For details, see
the online help information on the web user interface.
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
on the front panel is solid and Wi-Fi is enabled on your
Ensure that
device (computer, laptop, tablet, etc.).
From your device, scan for wireless networks in your area. Connect to the
network name that matches the Wi-Fi Name (SSID) found on the Wireless
Security Sticker.
When prompted for your wireless security settings, enter the Wi-Fi Password
listed on the Wireless Security Sticker (Wi-Fi Password is case sensitive).
If you are using Windows Vista or later, you can press the WPS button on the top of
your Jet Hub for 6 seconds in lieu of entering the Wi-Fi Password.
Step 4
Step 5
Wait approximately 30 seconds for the connection to establish. Your Wi-Fi
enabled device will notify you when it is connected.
You may connect up to 32 Wi-Fi enabled devices. Repeat steps 1 through 4.
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3 Getting Started: Setting up your
Phone
Follow these simple steps to connect a Phone to your 4G LTE Jet Hub.
Step 1 For voice calls, connect a standard telephone to the Telephone Port using
a RJ-11 cable (you will require a voice plan in addition to a data plan
to use this feature).
If the B882 4G LTE Jet Hub is to be connected to the existing wall outlet telephone
wiring, the existing wiring MUST first be disconnected from any outside landline
telephone network. Not disconnecting from any outside landline telephone network
will cause excessive heat or even damage the Jet Hub.
Step 2
Check the indicators on the front panel of your Jet Hub. At minimum the
indicators must be lit as outlined.
You are ready to make your first phone call on your new Jet Hub! Refer to the section
“Using your 4G LTE Jet Hub’s Phone Features” for more help on using a phone with
your Jet Hub.
 Radio signals can interfere with the telephone call connection and quality. To
eliminate the risk of possible interference, place the telephone at least 1 meter
away from the B882 4G LTE Jet Hub.
 Fax is not support on this 4G LTE Jet Hub.
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Solid White: the Jet Hub is powered on.
Power
Wireless Signal
indicator
Call status
indicator
Solid Blue or Cyan: the Jet Hub is registered
with the wireless network.
If this indicator is red and blinking, power off the
4G LTE Jet Hub and ensure your SIM card is
inserted correctly.
If this continues after turning the 4G LTE Jet Hub
on again, please contact MTS Technical Support
at 204-225-5687 or toll free outside Manitoba at
1-800-883-2054 to ensure your SIM card is
activated.
Not lit
Solid white when you are on a call.
This indicator will blink when you are receiving a
call in addition to your phone ringing.
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4 Using Your 4G LTE Jet Hub’s Phone
Features
The 4G LTE Jet Hub offers the ability to make calls via your wireless service. Please
familiarize yourself with the Jet Hub’s calling features below. (Instructions may vary
depending on the telephone model and for cordless handsets)
Forwarding a Call
Forward All Incoming Calls
All your incoming calls will be forwarded to another number.
To activate:
Step 1 Dial *21* before the area code and number you want to forward your calls
to, e.g. *21*4161234567#.
Step 2 You will hear a tone that indicates call forwarding has been activated.
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To deactivate it:
Dial #21#. When you hear a tone hang up, Call Forwarding has been cancelled.
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Forwarding Calls when Busy
Only when you are on the phone and the line is busy, your incoming calls will get
forwarded.
To activate:
Step 1 Dial *67* before the area code and number you want to forward your calls
to, e.g. *67*4161234567#.
Step 2 You will hear a tone that indicates call forwarding has been activated.
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To deactivate:
Dial #67#. When you hear a tone hang up, Call Forwarding has been cancelled.
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Call Forward No Answer
Only if your phone rings and is not answered, your incoming calls will get forwarded.
To activate:
Step 1 Dial *61* before the area code and number you want to forward your calls
to, e.g. *61*4161234567#.
Step 2 You will hear a tone that indicates call forwarding has been activated.
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To deactivate it:
Dial #61#. When you hear a tone hang up, Call Forwarding has been cancelled.
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Making a conference call
You can conference a maximum of three people on the MTS network. The first call
can be incoming or outgoing, but the second call must be initiated by you.
To make a conference call:
Step 1 During a call, ask the recipient to hold, then press the Flash/Talk key (varies
by telephone model).
Step 2 Dial the next number.
Step 3 When the call is answered, press the Flash/Talk key to connect both calls.
Your conference call is set up.
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To disconnect one of the participants:
During the call, press the Flash/Talk key (varies by telephone model). The participant
who was last to join the call is disconnected.
 To end the conference call:
Hang up or Press the End key to end the call. Your conference call ends.
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Call Waiting
When another call comes in, Call Waiting alerts you with two fast beeps. You either
accept the second incoming call or let it to go straight to voice mail. Either way, you
never miss a call.
Call Waiting works with Call Display, so you can see who is calling before deciding to
interrupt your first call.
You can disable Call Waiting for those calls you don't want interrupted.
To activate Call Waiting:
Dial *43# and hang up after you hear a tone indicating Call Waiting has been
activated.
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To Deactivate Call Waiting:
Dial #43# and hang up after you hear a tone indicating Call Waiting has been
deactivated.
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To Accept a Call Waiting:
Press the Hang up/Hook down (varies by phone model) during the call.
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To Alternate between Calls:
Press the Hang up/Hook down (varies by phone model) during the call.
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Caller ID
Caller ID shows the phone numbers of your incoming calls so you have the flexibility
to choose whether to answer the call. When used with Call Waiting, you see
incoming phone numbers even if you are on another call.
Using outbound Caller ID, you can choose to block your number as "Restricted".
To Block your caller ID on an outbound call:
Dial #31# and hang up after you hear a tone.
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To Unblock your caller ID on an outbound call:
Dial *31# and hang up after you hear a tone.
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Checking your voice mail
You can check your voice mail from your telephone or another phone.
From your telephone:
Step 1 Dial your 4G LTE Jet Hub number. A message tells you if you have any voice
mail messages.
Step 2 If you have messages, follow the prompts.
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From another phone:
Step 1 Dial your 4G LTE Jet Hub number. Your voice mail greeting plays.
Step 2 During your voice mail greeting, press the * key.
Step 3 Type your password and follow the prompts.
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5 First Time Quick Setup Wizard
The first time you go to the Web user interface site, you will be presented with the
opportunity to quickly setup your Jet Hub credentials via the Quick Setup Wizard.
After completing the Quick Setup Wizard, you can choose Settings > Quick Setup to
access this setup again.
Step 1 Launch a web browser, and enter http://huawei. jethub or
http://192.168.1.1 in the address bar.
Step 2 Enter the website password, and log in to the web user interface. The
default password is printed on the Wireless Security Sticker located on the
bottom of the 4G LTE Jet Hub. You must choose a new password for the
web user interface to continue. Once your password has been changed, you
will be redirected to the Quick Setup Wizard page shown below.
Step 3
Step 4
The default profile should have Connection Channel set to Wireless only
and Wireless 4G network selection set to Auto (recommended). Click
Next to continue.
The Profile list should be set to MTS, and the Static APN should be
defaulted to internet.mts. Click Next to continue.
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Step 5
Configure WLAN basic settings in the page.
Step 6
SSID Name: The SSID is the name of your wireless network. Use a
unique name to identify your wireless network so that you can easily
connect from your wireless clients.
 SSID Broadcast: Select Enable to broadcast the SSID of your 4G LTE
Jet Hub, or select Disable to hide. If the SSID Broadcast option is
disabled, other people will not be able scan and detect your 4G LTE Jet
Hub’s SSID.
Click Next to continue.
Configure WLAN security settings.
Step 7
Setting a strong wireless security level (such as WPA2-PSK – AES) can
prevent unauthorized access to your wireless network. Please enter the
Security Key that you wish to use, or leave this field unchanged to use the
default Security Key.
Click Next to continue.
Review your settings then click Finish to save configuration.
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6 Changing your 4G LTE Jet Hub
Settings
You can configure and manage the 4G LTE Jet Hub settings using the web user
interface.
Step 1 Launch a web browser, and enter http://huawei. jethub or
http://192.168.1.1 in the address bar.
Step 2 Enter the password, and log in to the web user interface. The default
password is printed on the Wireless Security Sticker located on the bottom
of the 4G LTE Jet Hub.
 To protect your Jet Hub, only one user can log in to the web user interface at a
time.
 To protect your account, change the password immediately. For details, see the
online help information on the web user interface.
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7 Getting to Know Your Jet Hub
Appearance
1
2
3
4
Power button
Power port
Telephone port
LAN ports
5
6
7
8
WAN port
Wi-Fi/WPS button
Dial-up button
SIM card slot
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Power indicator
Network status indicator
Wi-Fi/WPS indicator
SMS indicator
Call status indicator
Wireless dialing indicator
LAN indicators
Ethernet dialing indicator
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Indicators
The front panel of your B882 4G LTE Jet Hub provides simple and intuitive indicators
so that you can easily learn the B882 Jet Hub’s status by observing the indicator lights.
Indicator
Status
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Power indicator
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Network status indicator
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On: Jet Hub powered on.
Off: Jet Hub powered off.
Fast red blinking: SIM card unavailable (SIM
card not installed or malfunctioning, or PIN
code not verified).
Steady blue: Jet Hub registered with 4G
network.
Steady cyan: Jet Hub registered with LTE
network.
Off: no signal received.
The B882 4G LTE Jet Hub provides Data and Voice
services on the MTS 4G network and will not support
wireless services outside of MTS coverage area.
This indicator does not represent the actual wireless
signal strength of Jet Hub. Login to the Web User
Interface to view actual signal strength.
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Wi-Fi/WPS indicator
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SMS/Voicemail indicator
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Steady on: Wi-Fi turned on or data transfer in
progress.
Blinking: WPS connection being set up.
Off: Wi-Fi turned off.
Steady on: inbox full.
Blinking: new messages.
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Indicator
Status
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Telephone indicator
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Wireless dialing indicator
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/
LAN indicators
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Ethernet (Wired Internet)
dialing indicator
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Steady on: call in progress.
Slow blinking: incoming call.
Steady on: connected to a 4G/LTE network.
Slow blinking: connecting to a 4G/LTE network.
Steady on: network cable connected.
Blinking: data transfer in progress.
Off: network cable not connected.
Steady on: connected to an Ethernet network.
Slow blinking: connecting to an Ethernet
network.
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8 Restoring Factory Defaults
If you are uncertain of which settings you have configured or changed, you can
restore the factory default settings of the B882 4G LTE Jet Hub, and then reconfigure.
To restore the factory defaults, use a sharp-pointed object to press and hold the
Reset button until the signal indicators on the B882 4G LTE Jet Hub blinks.
After the factory default settings are restored, the B882 4G LTE Jet Hub will restart
automatically.
Restoring factory defaults will delete all the B882 Jet Hub's user-defined settings and
restore all settings on the web user interface to their defaults.
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9 For More Information
If the B882 4G LTE Jet Hub does not work properly:
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See the online help information on the web user interface or www.mts.ca.
Restart the B882 4G LTE Jet Hub using the power button, then unplug the Jet
Hub for 2 minutes.
Press and hold the Dial Up button on the top of the Jet Hub for 10 seconds.
Remove and reinsert your MTS SIM card.
Try using the Jet Hub with a different Phone, different RJ-11 or Ethernet cable or
a different computer.
Restore the B882 4G LTE Jet Hub to its factory defaults.
Contact MTS Technical Support at 204-225-5687 or toll free outside Manitoba at
1-800-883-2054.
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