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Your AC763S Status Rogers Admin Login Enter admin password English Fran├žais Wireless number: \ SSID: \ 4G Connected Data Usage My Account 0 Wi-Fi users Messages GPS Charging; 100% complete Alert Sounds on SD Card Device Security Advanced Settings About Your Mobile Hotspot Help 1.38MB / 00:15:02 Network Technology Status Network Type Status 4G Connected Please login at the top of the page to view the status or make changes to settings. Note: the default login is shown on the device label under the battery. help Are you experiencing poor signal? help --> Messages / Alerts Please login at the top of the page to view the status or make changes to settings. Note: the default login is shown on the device label under the battery. help SD Information and Settings Status Card Status: Please login at the top of the page to view the status or make changes to settings. Note: the default login is shown on the device label under the battery. help GPS Information and Settings Status Latitude: Longitude: Altitude: Speed: Heading: Satellites: HEPE: Timestamp: Please login at the top of the page to view the status or make changes to settings. Note: the default login is shown on the device label under the battery. help Connected Users Status 0 Wi-Fi users connected. Please login at the top of the page to view the status or make changes to settings. Note: the default login is shown on the device label under the battery. help Battery Information and Settings Status Battery Level: Charging; 100% complete Please login at the top of the page to view the status or make changes to settings. Note: the default login is shown on the device label under the battery. help Data Usage Details Status Data sent: 0.00GB Data received: 0.00GB Total transferred: 0.00GB Duration: WWAN IP: \ Displayed data usage is intended to help manage usage. The amounts shown are approximate, may vary. Please login at the top of the page to view the status or make changes to settings. Note: the default login is shown on the device label under the battery. help Sounds Status Alert Sounds on Please login at the top of the page to view the status or make changes to settings. Note: the default login is shown on the device label under the battery. help Device Security Please login at the top of the page to view the status or make changes to settings. Note: the default login is shown on the device label under the battery. help Help Support Feedback Online Help User Guide --> Important Info --> Advanced Settings Please login at the top of the page to view the status or make changes to settings. Note: the default login is shown on the device label under the battery. help About Your Mobile Hotspot Please login at the top of the page to view the status or make changes to settings. Note: the default login is shown on the device label under the battery. help Password to log on to the home page. 5-31 characters. Do not show Advanced mouse-over help text Show Advanced mouse-over help text How soon the Wi-Fi radio turns off when no users are connected to Wi-Fi on the hotspot. When Wi-Fi turns off, the battery standby life will be extended. Note: This has no effect if the USB cable is plugged into the unit. To wake the unit up, the power button must be pressed once. Only then will you be able to reconnect a Wi-Fi device to the hotspot again. The host driver is installed each time the hotspot USB is connected to a computer. The host driver is installed each time the hotspot USB is connected to a computer. The host driver is needed to data tether the hotspot. If the driver is installed once on a computer, the driver will not install again. Install Host drivers, to enable data tethering. This button will only be visible when the hotspot is plugged into a computer Browse for hotspot settings file to import. Export hotspot settings or configuration. This can be used to save your current hotspot settings and re-import later to restore your hotspot configuration. The Power LED on the device indicates that the device is on. The Power LED can be turned off to conserve battery life. Default language used by the mobile hotspot LCD and homepage. Turns on the LCD backlight. Turns off the LCD backlight. When turned off you will not be able to check the LCD for status messages and icons. Turns off the LCD backlight after a period of time. Battery life is conserved with a lower time period. When powered by battery, you can change the brightness of the LCD backlight. A lower brightness will conserve battery life. When powered by USB, you can change the brightness of the LCD backlight. When powered by AC wall charger, you can change the brightness of the LCD backlight. When checked, a sound will play when the battery is low and should be charged. When checked, a sound will play when the hotspot connects to the network and internet is ready to use. When checked, a sound will play when the hotspot disconnects from the network and internet will not be available. When checked, a sound will play when a Wi-Fi user connects to the hotspot. When checked, a sound will play when a Wi-Fi user disconnects from the hotspot. When checked, a sound will play when the last Wi-Fi and or USB user disconnects from the hotspot. When checked, a sound will play when a system alert has occurred. You can check the alert by viewing Alerts/Messages on the home page. When checked, a sound will play when the Wi-Fi radio enters standby (low power mode). When checked, a sound will play when an incoming SMS is received. Resets the hotspot back to factory defaults. Sets to a specific Band Region to connect to the network. Manual Network Selection. Select manual to scan for other wireless networks. Always auto-connects to the network, even when roaming. If roaming, additional network changes will apply. Only auto-connects to the home network (not roaming). Never auto connects to the network. Requires manual connection using the power button on the hotspot or the connect button on the home page under the virtual device. Always auto-connects to the network, even when roaming. If roaming, additional network changes will apply. Only auto-connects to the home network (not roaming). Never auto connects to the network. Requires manual connection using the power button on the hotspot or the connect button on the home page under the virtual device. Selects the Default profile to connect to the wireless network. Add, Edit and Delete profiles. For Authentication Type, use PAP or CHAP if a username and password are required to connect to the network. Searches for GPS satellites and gets the current GPS coordinates. Use this if you are in a single location. Starts GPS continuous tracking and gets the current coordinates on a regular interval. Use this if you are constantly moving. The mapping service that displays the GPS results. Turns on SIM security. You will need your SIM PIN to enable SIM security. Turns off SIM Security. You will need your SIM PIN to disable SIM security. Used to change your SIM PIN. You will need your current SIM PIN to change to a new PIN. Shows the current list of devices connected to your hotspot. Enables the Wi-Fi radio. Disables Wi-Fi and only allows devices to be used in data tethering mode. No Wi-Fi signals will be broadcasted. Enables the Wi-Fi radio. Disables Wi-Fi and only allows devices to be used in data tethering mode. No Wi-Fi signals will be broadcasted. This name is visible to other Wi-Fi devices and is used to identify your Wi-Fi network. If this SSID (Network Name) is changed, you and other previously connected Wi-Fi devices will have to reconnect with the new SSID. A valid SSID is 1-32 characters. This name is visible to other Wi-Fi devices and is used to identify your Wi-Fi network. If this SSID (Network Name) is changed, you and other previously connected Wi-Fi devices will have to reconnect with the new SSID. A valid SSID is 1-32 characters. This name is visible to other Wi-Fi devices and is used to identify your Wi-Fi network. If this SSID (Network Name) is changed, you and other previously connected Wi-Fi devices will have to reconnect with the new SSID. A valid SSID is 1-32 characters. The name of your hotspot. This is used to access your home page. A valid hostname is 1-31 letters and numbers. It must start with a letter. The name of your hotspot. This is used to access your home page. A valid hostname is 1-31 letters and numbers. It must start with a letter. Broadcast your SSID to everyone nearby Do not broadcast your SSID to everyone nearby Provides better battery life. The Wi-Fi range is shorter Improved Wi-Fi range Best Wi-Fi range, but will have a bigger impact on battery life. Provides better battery life. The Wi-Fi range is shorter Improved Wi-Fi range Best Wi-Fi range, but will have a bigger impact on battery life. The active Wi-Fi channel of your hotspot. Change this if you are having performance issues. Changes the basic rate in security. The smallest packet size, in bytes, for which RTS/CTS (Request to Send/Clear to Send) handshaking is used. The recommended value is 2347 . Change this value only if you are experiencing inconsistent data flow. Make only minor changes to this value. The largest allowable size, in bytes, for a packet. If the packet is larger than this, it is fragmented into multiple packets before it is transmitted. To prevent poor network performance, it is recommended to keep this value as large as possible (up to 2346). Shows the current list of devices connected to your hotspot. No security (no password is required to access the network); not recommended. Anyone may access your hotspot and use your internet connection (you are responsible for payment for data usage). Lower Security. Works with older and newer Wi-Fi devices. Recommended only if your Wi-Fi devices do not support WPA or WPA2. Open WEP uses the key for encryption, but not for authentication. 5 ASCII characters. Lower security. Works with older and newer Wi-Fi devices. Recommended only if your Wi-Fi devices do not support WPA or WPA2. Shared WEP uses the same key for encryption and authentication; some consider shared WEP to be less secure than open WEP. 5 ASCII characters. Lower Security. Works with older and newer Wi-Fi devices. Recommended only if your Wi-Fi devices do not support WPA or WPA2. Open WEP uses the key for encryption, but not for authentication. 13 ASCII characters. Lower security encryption that works with both older and newer Wi-Fi devices. Recommended only for Wi-Fi devices that do not support WPA or WPA2. Shared WEP uses the same key for encryption and authentication. Shared WEP is considered to be less secure than open WEP. The passphrase requires 13 ASCII characters. A strong security standard, supported by most Wi-Fi devices. ASCII string, 8 to 63 characters A strong security standard, supported by most Wi-Fi devices. ASCII string, 8 to 63 characters A stronger, newer security standard. Limited to newer Wi-Fi devices. ASCII string, 8 to 63 characters. A stronger, newer security standard. Limited to newer Wi-Fi devices. ASCII string, 8 to 63 characters. Wi-Fi devices that use either WPA or WPA2 can connect to the hotspot. Supported by most Wi-Fi devices. ASCII string, 8 to 63 characters. The maximum length of this field depends on the Wi-Fi security type you have selected. If you will be sharing your internet connection with others, you will have to give the Wi-Fi Passphrase to others. Display Wi-Fi Passphrase on the LCD of the hotspot when the power button is clicked. Display Wi-Fi Passphrase on the LCD of the hotspot when the power button is clicked. Do not display the Wi-Fi Passphrase on the LCD. Display Wi-Fi Network Name on the LCD of the hotspot when the power button is clicked. Display Wi-Fi Network Name on the LCD of the hotspot when the power button is clicked. Do not display the Wi-Fi Network Name on the LCD. Type of wireless devices connected to your hotspot network. If you are certain that all the Wi-Fi devices used will support 802.11g, then select 802.11g only (this ensures faster speeds); otherwise select 802.11b/g/n compatibility or 802.11b/g compatibility. MAC filtering can prevent unauthorized wireless devices from connecting to your network. No Filtering - All Wi-Fi devices are allowed to access the network. Block all in List - Prevent all Wireless devices in the MAC filter list to access the network. Shows the current list of devices connected to your hotspot. Forwards incoming traffic to specific ports and devices (using their local IP address) on your network. Used to allow internet users to access a website, FTP, email server, gaming or internet application hosted by your computer. The Port Forward panel is used to configure settings. Note: Port forwarding creates a security risk. When not required, port forwarding should be disabled. Disable Port Forwarding Allows VPN traffic from endpoints to pass through router firewall Disable VPN Pass-through The routing hardwares IP address on the LAN (WI-Fi) The routing hardwares internal Subnet mask on the LAN (WI-Fi) DHCP automatically assigns an IP address to each device on the network and manages their configuration information for (most internet service providers use DHCP). If DHCP is enabled, each devices TCP/IP settings must be configured to obtain an IP address automatically, or to be bound to the Ethernet connection with DHCP. Disable DHCP. Each device on the network must be configured with: - Fixed (permanent/static) IP addresses. - DNS server addresses. Normally DHCP should be enabled. Starting address of the range of IP addresses available for the hotspot to assign to Wi-Fi devices. Ending address of the range of IP addresses available for the hotspot to assign to Wi-Fi devices. The routing hardware assigns DHCP clients the DNS servers specified in the Manual DNS Server. The DNS mode setting specifies how the DNS servers are obtained. Auto: Use DNS relay specified by the internet operator. Static DNS address 1 Static DNS address 2 Name of Port Forward entry The encryption mode used to secure your Wi-Fi connection Forward all incoming traffic to the DMZ IP address. Note: Port forwarding creates a security risk. When not required, port forwarding should be disabled. Disable DMZ The IP address of the computer on your network to which all incoming network traffic will be forwarded when DMZ is enabled. Port filtering blocks or allows access to ports based on your settings. When using Black List filtering, all ports are allowed except those in the list. With White List filtering, all ports are blocked except those explicitly allowed. Disable port filtering When using Black List filtering, all ports are allowed except those in the list. With White List filtering, all ports are blocked except those explicitly allowed. The IP address assigned to tethered devices connected through USB. The amount of time (in minutes) before an assigned DHCP IP address expires When enabled, the buttons will automatically be locked after inactivity. Disable key lock. How often to check for new firmware updates. When new firmware is available for download or installation you will receive a system alert. Check now for available firmware updates. Please check the system alerts to see if new firmware is available for download or installation. © 2012 Rogers. All rights reserved. Rogers and the Rogers logo are trademarks of Rogers. All other marks are the property of their respective owners. Please enter a valid administrator password. Attempting to reconnect... Final Steps You may have to reconnect your Wi-Fi enabled device (or computer) to your hotspot. Wait until Step 1 is completed then click here (This step will only work if you have reconnected to your hotspot) Reconnected... You are not currently connected to the internet. Please check your hotspot settings Modem is SIM Locked. Please login as administrator to enter the unlocking PIN Admin Password: Modem is SIM Blocked. Please login as administrator to enter the unblocking (PUK) code Admin Password: Modem is Network (MEP) Locked. Please login as administrator to enter the unlock code Admin Password: Your currently configured manual network is not available. Please login as administrator to change your network configuration. Admin Password:
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