LTE Mobile Router Installation Guide

iBOX LTE Mobile Router
User Guide
LTE Mobile Router
Installation Guide
iBOX LTE Mobile Router
User Guide
Appearance Description
1.Power Switch ON-C-OFF
2. SIM Card Slot
3.WiFi Indicator
4. 3G/4G LTE Connection
5.External charging port
6. Reset hole
8.DC charging port
9.Charging indicator
10. Power indicator
11. Battery check button
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SIM Card
For inserting SIM Card
Reset hole
DC charging
Function Description
one light
two lights
lights on
four lights
start wireless router, switch to ON when access 3G, broadband
external charging mode. When charging the phone, it needs to
switch to C
turning off the wireless router
battery level is around 20%
battery level is around 40%
battery level is around 80%
battery level is 100%, full power
Blue light indicates network connection successfully.
Blue light flashing indicates dialing
4G network is connected
Flashing fastly means WiFi is transferring data
USB Port is used for charging mobile phone or tablets; 5V/1A output
In the boot status, hold the R reset hole with a sharp object for 8 seconds. Let it go
after 8sthe router will restore the factory setting. All the configuration will be
It is for broadband network connection, and also the interface can be connected
with computer by network cable to access network
When the router is under charging, the red light is on;It will be off when power is
The port is for charging router; 5V/1A input
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LED Status
Function Introduction
One blue
one red light
(1) the blue light is lit and the red is out, it means
3G or cable broadband has been connected to
(2) the blue light and red light are lit, it means 4G
is connected to internet ;
(3) the blue light is flashing slowly and the red one
is off, it means no SIM Card or the device didn't
connect to internet
one blue light
the light is lit continuously, wifi is on;
the light is off, wifi is off;
the light is flashing, wifi data is transmitting
it is charging, the red light is lit continuously;
It is charged, the red light is off
represents the power level (probably) below 20%,
30%~45%, 60%~85%, 90%, four levels.
one red light
four blue
to show the
power level
SIM Card Installation
1. Prepare the SIM Card which is in standard size, not the scissored mini card.
2. Put the SIM Card metal towards up and gently push the SIM Card to the SIM
Slot. It means installation successfully when you heard a sound of “ka”
Remove the SIM Card Operation
Gently push the SIM Card a little, then loose it completely, you can eject the SIM
Scenario Description
1. 3G/4G Internet
The router supports 3G/4G wireless internet; it can transfer 3G/4G signal to 3G/4G
Wifi signal, make the wireless terminals like laptops, smart phones and tablets access
the network at the same time
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2. Fixed broadband internet access
Connect the router with ADSL modem, wired LAN or local area network or network
cable to achieve broadband internet access. It will transfer broadband signal to WiFi
signal. It is suitable for home and hotel broadband.
3. Power Bank. Router charging mobile phone
Router can be used as power bank and charge the smart phones, tablets.
Charging process:
First, connect the smart phone and router by USB cable, switch to C, the charging
starts. Output 5V/1A
Attention: Please don’t charge the router when it is charging the phone. If do them at
the same time, the battery life will be reduced. Some devices may be not be charged
when router is off, if so, please turn the router on, then charge them.
How to charge router
The red indicator is on when router is under charging; It will be off when the power is
full. 5V/1A or 2A charger will be recommended. It takes around 8 hours to make
router(5200mAh) full charged.
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Router Connection by Wi-Fi
Windows setting
Click the icon
at the lower right corner of desktop, connect to the iBOX
hotspot, SSID: iBOX_XXXXXX The router has no encryption by default, double
click it to connect. Users can modify password on web management page.
iOS setting
Select “Settings”-> “WLAN”, switch on WLAN and connect to the router WIFI
hotspot. SSID: iBOX_XXXXXX.
When a “√” shows in front of iBOX_XXXXXX, that means the terminal
connects to router successfully.
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Android setting
Select “Settings”-> “WLAN”, switch on WLAN and connect to the router WIFI
hotspot. SSID: iBOX_XXXXXX.
Internet Setting
3G/4G internet access
1. Insert the SIM Card correctly
2. Turn on the router, it will connect 3G/4G automatically;
3. The blue light and red light are on, it means that 3G/4G connect successfully.
Smart phones and tablets can connect the router through WiFi and access internet.
Device IP address:
User name: admin
Password: admin
Broadband internet setting
1. Connect the broadband cable with router Ethernet port
2. For dynamic IP network, the router will get the IP address to access network
automatically without any setting. Usually, hotels and companies local area
network all have dynamic IP.
3. For the broadband, which have account and password. Please enter
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User Guide setting page, click “network>internet”, choose “ wired connection
mode”, then choose “ PPPOE”, and enter the correct account and password. The
router will restart.
4. Enter again to check whether the broadband is connected
Wireless encryption
Users can configure encryption by themselves. The router supports common WEP,
WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK encryption standard. WPA-PSK is recommend. Detailed
process are as below:
1. Connect the router through wifi
2. Enter setting page
3. Click the menu “ wireless network > wireless security”, choose “ WPA-PSK”
in the security mode. Click TLIP or AES in WPA list, type the password you
expected, then click confirm to finish the setting.
4. The new password is set up, wifi will be disconnected automatically. Users
need to refresh the network list and reconnect it.
1. Not detect the SIM Card
-check whether the SIM Card is installed properly
2. Can not find router signal
-check the terminals’s WLAN whether is on
-check the distance between terminals and routers whether is far
-reset router
3. Already connected but fail to browse webpages.
-check whether the SIM Card is valid. If SIM Card is without balance, it is like this
4. Getting disconnected and internet slow
-check the device location and operator signal whether normal or not, if the signal is
weak, the network may be off.
-check the operating environment of the device. Poor ventilation can cause
overheating of the device
5. Can not charge the mobile phone
-press T key to check the battery level.
-check the switch at C or not
-try to change another USB cable
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For the safety of your data, we strongly suggest you turn on the
WiFi network security password encryption WPA2-PSK.
Please also setup configuration login user and password.
Instruction concerning environmental protection
Note : This device is labelled in accordance with European Directive 2002/96/WE and Polish Act on the Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) with a WEEE symbol (a crossed-out waste container).
This marking means that this device, after becoming out of use, cannot be placed together with other types of
household waste.
Note: this device cannot be placed together with municipal waste !!! The product shall be disposed of in places
specially prepared for this purpose (separate collection).
Proper handling of waste electrical and electronic equipment contributes to the avoidance of damaging
consequences for the health of the inhabitants and for natural environment which result from the presence of
dangerous substances and improper storage and processing of such devices and equipment.
I, the undersigned, a representative of the below mentioned company:
Impet Computers Sp. z o.o.
ul. Marywilska 34
03-228 Warszawa
Hereby declare that the following product: iBOX Mobile router ILRHMF960
is compliant with the European Union Directive 2004/108/EC, 2006/95/EC and Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (2004/109/EC). The
following standards were applied:
EN 301 489-1 V 2.2.1(2012-09)
EN 301 489-17 V1.9.2(2011-09)
EN 300 328 V 1.7.1 (2006-10), EN 62311:2008
EN 60950-1:2006+A11:2009+A1:2010+A12:2011
Warsaw, 30th September, 2014
Łukasz Domżalski