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Getting to Know HUAWEI Mobile WiFi Connection Scenarios A Wi-Fi device or computer can be connected to the Internet through the Mobile WiFi. The actual connection procedure depends on the operating system of the Wi-Fi device or computer. The connection scenarios illustrated here are for your reference.
Scenario 3: Multi-device access via Wi-Fi and USB at the same time...
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Indicator Icon Indicator Status Green Strong signal Signal Orange Weak signal No signal Wi-Fi Green Wi-Fi turned on Green Sufficient battery Blinking green Charging Battery Low battery Green New message Blinking green Inbox full If no operation is performed on the Mobile WiFi within a preset period, the Mobile WiFi enters the standby mode, in which the battery indicator ( ) blinks slowly and the other indicators are off.
SSID and Wireless Network Key To connect a Wi-Fi device to your Mobile WiFi, an SSID and a wireless network key are required. The default SSID and wireless network key label is affixed to your Mobile WiFi.
Before You Start Installing the SIM Card and the Battery Caution: Do not use any SIM card that is not standard or is incompatible with the Mobile WiFi. Otherwise, the Mobile WiFi may be damaged. Insert the SIM card in the card slot. Make sure that the SIM card is facing in the right direction, as shown in figure 2, and then slide the SIM card into the slot.
Charging the Battery If the battery has not been used for a long time, it must be charged first. Method 1: Using the charge Caution: Only use chargers compatible with the Mobile WiFi and provided by a designated manufacturer. Use of an incompatible charger or one from an unknown manufacturer may cause the Mobile WiFi to malfunction, fail, or could even cause a...
Method 2: Connecting to a PC for charging Connect the Mobile WiFi to a PC using a compatible data cable.
Accessing the Internet via Wi-Fi Connection By default, management parameters are preset on the Mobile WiFi according to the requirements of the service provider. Follow the steps below to quickly access the Internet. For how to use the Mobile WiFi and troubleshoot problems, see help on the web management page.
Select Start > Control Panel > Network Connections > Wireless Network Connection. Note: To set up a Wi-Fi connection, the PC must have a wireless network adapter installed. If Wireless Network Connection is displayed, a wireless network adapter is available. Otherwise, check to make sure you have a wireless network adapter installed.
Step3: Access the Internet After you establish a Wi-Fi connection successfully, you can access the Internet using the following modes. Caution: Please select a proper Internet connection mode based on your service expense. For example, if you are subscribed to the time-based network service, you are recommended to select Manual mode.
Note: Launch the web management page to select the mode for accessing the Internet. You can choose whether to enable the Mobile WiFi to connect to the Internet automatically even while you are roaming. If this function is disabled, the Mobile WiFi automatically disconnects from the Internet while you are roaming.
Daily Use Power Saving Mode If the Mobile WiFi is powered by the battery only, choose whether to enable the Mobile WiFi to turn off Wi-Fi automatically. If this function is enabled and no Wi-Fi devices access the Mobile WiFi for a preset period, the Mobile WiFi turns off Wi-Fi automatically. To turn on Wi-Fi, press any key.
Restoring Factory Defaults If you forget the changes you have made to some parameters, you may restore factory defaults and reconfigure the Mobile WiFi. To restore the factory defaults, press and hold the RESET button until all the indicators are off. All factory default settings are successfully restored.
Example 1: Wi-Fi Connection to a Game Machine (Sony PSP) Turn on the PSP WLAN switch. Select Settings > Network Settings. Select Infrastructure Mode to connect to your local Wi-Fi access point. Select New Connection to specify an easy to remember connection name. Select Scan to detect all networks within range.
Note: The default SSID and wireless network key label is affixed to the Mobile WiFi. Press the ► button of your game machine to continue, and then press the X button to save the settings. Select Test Connection to check the connection.
Example 2: Wi-Fi Connection to a Tablet (iPad) Touch Settings > WLAN, and then turn on WLAN. Automatically detect the networks in range and display the access point list. Select a network indicated by the SSID of the Mobile WiFi. If necessary, enter a password and tap Join.
Tips If the Mobile WiFi is placed in an environment with poor ventilation, it may overheat after extended use. When the Mobile WiFi overheats, it will switch off and disconnect from the network automatically to protect itself. If this happens, place the Mobile WiFi in a well-ventilated location, then restart the Mobile WiFi.