GETTING TO KNOW YOUR TELSTRA WI

GETTING TO KNOW YOUR TELSTRA WI
GETTING TO
KNOW YOUR
TELSTRA Wi-Fi
4G ADVANCED
PRO X
telstra.com/wifi
13 2200
visit a telstra store or partner
LET’S GET THIS SHOW
ON THE ROAD
WHAT’S
INSIDE
Your Telstra Wi-Fi 4G Advanced Pro X has
been tested to the highest standards to
deliver you the best possible coverage
and speed experience on the network
without equal.
03 Safety first
This guide will help you get connected
as quickly and as easily as possible. It’ll
guide you through installation and run
through all the handy extra features that
are included.
05 Let’s get started
10 Getting connected
13 Monitoring your data usage
15 Wi-Fi home page
20 Extra features
27 Problem solving
31 Extra bits you should know
If all goes to plan you’ll be up and running
in no time, so you can get connected
whilst on the move.
2
SAFETY
FIRST
Please read all the safety notices before using this
device. This device is designed to be used at least
20 cm from your body. Do not use the device near
fuel or chemicals or in any prescribed area such as
service stations, refineries, hospitals and aircraft.
Obey all warning signs where posted.
Radio frequency safety information
The device has an internal antenna. For optimum
performance with minimum power consumption
do not shield the device or cover with any object.
Covering the antenna affects signal quality, may
cause the router to operate at a higher power level
than needed, and may shorten battery life.
Radio frequency energy
Your wireless device is a low-power radio
transmitter and receiver. When switched on it
intermittently transmits radio frequency (RF) energy
(radio waves). The transmit power level is optimised
for best performance and automatically reduces
when there is good quality reception. Maximum
power is only used at the edge of network coverage
so under most circumstances the power output is
very low. Under poor network conditions the device
transmits at a higher power, may get hot and have a
significantly shorter battery life.
3
Declaration of conformity –
specific absorption rate (SAR)
The wireless device is designed to be used at least
20 cm from the body. We declare that the product
detailed in this manual, and in combination with
our accessories, conform with the essential
requirements of The Radio Communications
Standard (Electro-magnetic IC Radiation
Human Exposure) 2003 and the Australian
Communications and Media Authority Section 376
of the Telecommunications Act 1997 when used at a
distance of not less than 20 cm from the body. The
worst case SAR result for 10g tissue size measured
at 15mm distances is 0.966 W/Kg.
N14036
rohs declaration
(reduction of hazardous substances)
This device is compliant with the REACH Regulation
(Regulation EC No 1907/2006) and RoHS Directive
Recast (Directive 2011/65/EU). Batteries are
compliant with the Battery Directive (Directive
2006/66/EC). For up to date information about
REACH and RoHS compliance visit
consumer.huawei.com/certification
4
LET’S GET
STARTED
Your package contains the following:
•Telstra Wi-Fi 4G Advanced Pro X device and battery
•AC charger and USB charging cable
•This Getting Started Guide
•Manufacturer’s warranty card
Wi-Fi Name (SSID) and Wi-Fi Password
(Security Key)
•The default Wi-Fi credentials are unique for your
device and are provided on the front screen when
powered on.
• The password is case sensitive and should be
entered exactly as shown on the screen. The
default Wi-Fi credentials are also displayed on top
of the battery.
•You can change the Wi-Fi Name and Wi-Fi Password
to your own preferences via the Wi-Fi home page.
See page 18.
5
6
YOUR Telstra Wi-Fi
4G Advanced Pro X
Menu
Power
•You need the following information to log on to your
Telstra Wi-Fi 4G Advanced Pro X.
Quick reference section
Default Wi-Fi Name
(SSID)
Displayed on the front
screen of your device
when powered on and
under the back cover.
Default Wi-Fi
Password
(Security Key)
Case sensitive and is
displayed on the front
screen of your device
when powered on and
under the back cover.
Wi-Fi home page
http://m.home
Wi-Fi homepage:
username
password
admin
admin
Restore Defaults
7
To reset your device hold
down the Reset button
located under the back
cover until the display
turns off. This will restore
default passwords.
Charger/USB port
Press the Menu Button to scroll through the
Menu and use the Power Button to select.
From the Menu you can view device info
including Wi-Fi Name and Password, view
Wi-Fi Bands, enter Wi-Fi Protected Setup
(WPS) and update device software.
8
GETTING
CONNECTED
The device indicator panel shows you the status of
your new Telstra Wi-Fi 4G Advanced Pro X.
Number of
users connected
Signal Strength
1. Insert sim card
•Your SIM card should already be inside the device.
Check to make sure. To remove back cover use
thumb catch on the bottom of the device and
gently lift off.
Battery Level
micr
o SI
M
mic
ro
SD
Internet
Connected
•To Insert the SIM card, slide in as shown with the
chip facing down. Push the SIM card in until it
clicks into place.
Data Usage
Meter
• To remove SIM card, push in card until it clicks and
pops out.
Wi-Fi
Credentials
9
New Message
10
2. S
witch on your Telstra Wi-Fi
4G Advanced Pro X
•Press and hold the power key
until the screen lights up.
4. Ending your session
•Switch your device off, or disconnect via
your computer or other device.
3. Search for wireless networks
• Check your computer or other device has Wi-Fi
enabled and search for wireless networks. Refer to
your Wi-Fi enabled device manual for further details
on searching for wireless networks.
• Select the Wi-Fi name displayed on your screen.
• Enter the Wi-Fi Password exactly as shown on the
screen. Note your Password is case sensitive.
11
12
monitoring
data usage
On-device Data Usage Meter
Device Home page usage meter
Your device includes an on-screen meter which
displays amount of data used and remaining days
left till your data usage is refreshed.
The status bar at the top of your Wi-Fi home page
shows a data usage meter similar to the one
displayed on your device which shows amount of
data used and remaining days left till your data
usage is refreshed.
Please note that the usage meter may take up to
48 hours to update.
This status bar will also notify you when your
usage has reached 50%, 85% and more than 100%
of included data.
You will be notified when you have reached 50%, 85%
and more than 100% of included data. Notifications
will pop up intermittently, switching between the
homescreen and notification.
13
14
WI-FI
HOME PAGE
You can manage your device settings and monitor
data usage via your Wi-Fi home page. You can only
access the Wi-Fi home page while connected to the
device’s Wi-Fi network.
Login to your wi-fi home page
• Connect to the Wi-Fi network. See page 11
and follow Step 2 onwards for details.
Getting the most from your Wi-Fi home page
The status bar at the top of the page shows icons
displaying network, messages, connected users
and battery life.
In addition you can also monitor data usage and
receive notifications of software updates and
data usage.
• Open a web browser and enter http://m.home
in the address bar.
• Enter the login details shown below in the Admin
login field and click ok.
User Name: admin
Password: admin
For full details on using your Wi-Fi home page
click on Help.
15
16
Quick setup wizard
Use the Quick Setup Wizard to change key settings
including Wi-Fi Name (SSID) and Wi-Fi Password
(WPA pre-shared key/Security Key).
How to change Wi-Fi Password (security key)
and/or Wi-Fi Name (SSID)
• Go to Settings Tab.
• Select WLAN, then select WLAN Basic Settings.
• Input a new Wi-Fi- Password into the field WPA
pre-shared key or input a new Wi-Fi Name into the
field SSID, then click Apply.
If changing your password please ensure you keep a
record of it and store in a safe place.
17
18
EXTRA
FEATURES
How to change Wi-Fi home page password
Using an external antenna
• Go to Settings Tab.
Using an external antenna may be recommended
in areas of lower coverage to improve your device
performance. Mimo Dual TS9 antennas are available
from your retailer. Insert the connector carefully to
avoid damage to your device.
• Select System, then select Modify Admin Password.
• Enter Current password then New password and
click Apply.
Please Note: The Wi-Fi home page username
cannot be changed from the default ‘admin’.
19
20
Software updates
Manually checking for software updates
Updating your device software when updates are
available helps to ensure your device continues to
give maximum perfomance.
• Access the Main Menu on your device by pressing
the Menu Button.
Automatic software updates
• Software Updates will be sent to your device
automatically.
• When an update is received you can either
Download now or select ‘Later’.
• If you select ‘Later’ then you will need to go through
the steps to manually update.
• Use the Menu button to scroll down through the
options until you highlight ‘Check for Update’.
Use the Power Button to select this option.
• The device will check for any available updates. If an
update is available you can either ‘Download Now’ or
select ‘Later’.
•If you select ‘Later’ then you will need repeat these
steps to update.
Important: When downloading updates,
standard data charges apply.
21
22
International roaming
Using a memory card
You can use your Telstra Wi-Fi 4G Advanced service
while overseas. International Roaming is available
by calling Telstra on 13 2200.
To use the device as a portable storage drive insert a
microSDHC card up to 32GB:
It is important to note that different charges apply
when using your Telstra service overseas and that
any monthly allowance included with your Telstra
plan excludes use while overseas. For a full list of
available countries and charges, go to
telstra.com.au/roaming
•Slide in the memory card as shown until it clicks,
then replace back cover.
•Connect the wireless device to your computer using
the USB cable supplied and the memory card will
display as an external drive.
• To remove memory card, push in card until it clicks
and pops out.
mic
ro
SIM
mic
ro
SD
You can enable SD Card sharing on your device
so multiple users can access SD card contents.
From the Wi-Fi home page select the Sharing
tab to enable either Web Share or USB mode.
23
24
Battery Booster
You can use your device to boost another device’s
battery (such as a tablet or a handset) using the
Booster cable provided.
To use this feature:
• Plug the Booster cable into your Telstra Wi-Fi
4G Advanced Pro X
• Plug the other devices USB cable into the
Booster cable.
• The power from your Telstra Wi-Fi 4G Advanced
Pro X will transfer to your other device.
25
26
Problem
SOLVING
Symptoms
Possible Problems/
Solutions
Symptoms
Possible Problems/
Solutions
I cannot access
the internet at all
Check the LCD display
status. Make sure you have
network coverage in your
area. Check that your SIM
card is active and enabled
with data services. Please
wait 1–2 minutes for the
device to initialise. Confirm
there is available credit
and that no other internet
connections are active. Also
try switching your device off
and on and restarting your
PC or Wi-Fi device.
I secured my
device and
have lost my
password(s)
Reset your device to factory
defaults to erase all stored
passwords and encryption
settings. From the powered
up state: To reset your device
hold down the reset button for
12 seconds located under the
back cover. This will restore
default settings.
My battery has
not charged
while in use and
connected to
the charger
In low coverage or high data
transfer modes the internal
temperature of the device
can rise above 45°C. In these
conditions the battery
cannot be charged due to
safety limits with Li-ion
battery technology.
The signal
indicator
is always low
This indicates poor reception.
Try moving the device to
another location near
the window.
The download
or upload speeds
are very slow
The speed is dependent
on signal strength. Check
your signal strength and
network type.
For more help topics chat to us at livechat.telstra.com
27
28
Technical specifications
Network and
Frequency Band
4G CA 1800+700 MHz
4G 700/900/1800/2100 MHz
3G 850/2100 MHz
Wi-Fi working range
Approx 25m radius in free space
Wi-Fi Connections
Supports up to 10 users
Dimensions (W×H×D) 106 x 66 x 15.9mm
Weight
145g
microSD™ or
microSDHC™ card
Up to 32GB
Standby time
Up to 500 hours
Operating Systems
29
Warranty and support
•All calls and support for PIN numbers, SIM card
registration, account and billing information,
network services
• General enquiries should be directed to Telstra at
livechat.telstra.com
• See your warranty card for warranty and
service information.
• View Frequently Asked Questions online
at http://www.huawei.com.au
Windows® 8, Windows® 7,
Vista and XP. 32 bit.
Mac OS 10.6.0 and above
30
Extra bits
you should know
Coverage
The Telstra Mobile Network offers 4G in all capital
CBDs and associated airports, many surrounding
suburban areas and in over 100 regional areas.
You’ll automatically switch to our fastest available
3G in other coverage areas around Australia. Check
coverage at telstra.com/coverage
Network lock
Your device is Network unlocked. Please check your
network provider to see if your device is compatible
on other networks.
Windows is a trade mark of the Microsoft group of
companies. The spectrum device is trade mark of
Telstra Corporation Limited. ™ and ® are trade marks
and registered trade marks of Telstra Corporation
Limited, ABN 33 051 775 556.
31
32
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising