4ipnet OWL510, OWL500 V1.00 Quick Install Guide

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The 802.11 b/g compliant OWL500/510 is a Long Range Outdoor CPE/AP/Bridge device that can be used for dual purposes. First, it can be deployed as a traditional fixed wireless Access Point (AP). Secondly, it can be used as a Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) that connects to the outdoor wireless network of Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP).

The metal sealed OWL500/510 is compact in size and weatherproof. Coming with a mounting kit, it can be mounted on a pole or wall. It is suitable for both indoor and outdoor usage with its 500mW output power, which is higher than a typical indoor AP (100mW).

This Quick Installation Guide (including FAQ Instruction Guide) provides instructions for getting started with OWL500/510.

1.OWL500/510 x 1

2.Quick Installation Guide (QIG) x 1

3.CD-ROM (with User’s Manual and QIG) x 1

4.Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) with AC cable x 1

5.Mounting Kit x 1

It is recommended to keep the original packing material for possible future shipment when repair or maintenance is required. Any returned product should be packed in its original packaging to prevent damage during delivery.

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4ipnet OWL510, OWL500 V1.00 Quick Install Guide

 

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OWL500

1

WLAN

Green LED ON indicates system ready

2

Wireless Signal Strength

For showing the signal strength situation

3

Ethernet

Green LED ON indicates connection, OFF indicates no connection,

 

 

and BLINKING indicates transmitting data.

4

PoE Connector

For connecting to the Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE)

5

N-type Connector

For connecting to an antenna

6

Power

Red LED ON indicates power on, and OFF indicates power off

7, 8

Wireless Signal Strength

For showing the signal strength situation (7: Yellow; 8: Green)

OWL510

1

WLAN

Green LED ON indicates system ready

2

Wireless Signal Strength

For showing the signal strength situation

3

Ethernet

Green LED ON indicates connection, OFF indicates no

 

 

connection, and BLINKING indicates transmitting data.

4

PoE Connector

For connecting to the Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE)

5

Built-in patch antenna

10 dBi (Horizontal: 110 degree; Vertical: 60 degree)

6

Power

Red LED ON indicates power on, and OFF indicates power off

7, 8

Wireless Signal Strength

For showing the signal strength situation (7: Yellow; 8: Green)

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The following diagram is a basic network topology which can be used for testing and configuring the OWL500/510.

Installation Steps:

Step 1. Connect an N-type antenna to the N-type connector (applicable for OWL500/510 only). Step 2. Connect the PSE (POWER & DATA OUT) to the PSE 1 connector on the lower panel.

Step 3. Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to the PSE 2 connector on the lower panel and the other end to a computer.

Step 4. Connect the power cord to the PSE.

Step 5. Power on the PSE in order to supply power to the OWL500/510.

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4ipnet OWL500/510 supports web-based configuration. OWL500/510 is a dual-mode system, AP Mode as the default mode for the first time entering the system, which also can be configured as either an access point (AP Mode) or a gateway (CPE Mode) based on your needs. It is required to follow the respective installation procedures provided to properly set up the desired mode for this system.

Default IP Address of Web Management Interface:

The default IP address and Subnet Mask for the AP mode and CPE mode are as follows:

Mode

AP Mode

CPE Mode

 

 

 

IP Address

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Subnet Mask

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Default User Name and Password:

There is only one management account for AP mode, root. In addition, there are two system management accounts for CPE mode to maintain the system, root and admin, and each has different levels of management capabilities. The root account is empowered with full privileges while the admin account is with partial ones. The default user name and password for both the root and admin account are as follows:

Mode

AP Mode

CPE Mode

 

 

 

 

Management

Root

Root

Admin

Account

Account

Account

Account

User Name

 

 

 

Password

 

 

 

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