Gateway GIS-TP1 User Manual

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Hotspot Gateway Ticket Printer Setup - QUICK START GUIDE

Download the product manual at: http://www.guest-internet.com/manual

The Guest Internet GIS-TP1 is an access code ticket printer that prints preprogrammed tickets on demand. A tablet computer or laptop is required to initiate ticket printing, by touching buttons on the screen, exactly like a point of sale terminal. The buttons are preset using the ticket printer administration page on the gateway.

All guest Internet gateway products have a ticket printer interface. You may need to request a new firmware upgrade to get this feature for your product.

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The GIS-TP1 ticket printer has a LAN port underneath the unit. An Ethernet cable must connect the LAN port either directly to a gateway LAN port, or connected to the gateway LAN port via a switch.

The tablet computer or laptop that is used to control ticket printing will connect to the gateway via the wireless network.

LAN connection to gateway

Power supply 12volts

3 amps

USE ONLY THE 12volt, 3amp POWER SUPPLY SHIPPED WITH THE GIS-TP1 UNIT TO PREVENT DAMAGE

GIS-TP1 ticket printer

Power and data connectors are underneath the printer

LOGIN AS ADMIN: Connect your computer to a LAN port via an Ethernet cable. Open your browser and type in the URL to login to the Admin pages of your gateway: http://aplogin.com/admin

The username is admin, and the password is the one that you entered with the wizard. When the page opens select the advanced settings > printer menu page. See the manual for more information

Printer Configuration

Connect your GIS-TP1 ticket printer to the gateway via a LAN port as shown in the diagram. A switch will be necessary to connect wireless access points and the printer. Connect your laptop computer to one of the LAN ports of the gateway.

Open your computer browser and login as ADMIN (see below). First you must create a CODES login password as this is the login used by the print control computer (a tablet or laptop).

Next go to advanced settings > printer setup, in the ADMIN menu. Ensure that printer status is enabled and then fill in the three fields of data that will be printed together with the code. Check the box to print expiry time if required. Click the update settings button. Return to the printer setup page and click the Print Test Page button and verify that a ticket is printed.

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