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USER
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GUIDE
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Verizon Jetpack™
4G LTE Mobile Hotspot
Model#: 890L
Global Ready™

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    USER USER GUIDE GUIDE Verizon Jetpack™ 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot Model#: 890L Global Ready™...

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    ZTE Corporation. The manual is published by ZTE Corporation. We reserve the right to make modifications on print errors or update specifications without prior notice.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Welcome ..............4 Thank You for Choosing Verizon Wireless ..4 Getting Started............5 Screen Indicators ............6 Hardware Installation ........... 8 Installing the 4G SIM Card ........8 Inserting and Charging the Battery ...... 9 Removing the 4G SIM Card ........11 Connecting to the Internet ......

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    Navigating the Device ........32 WAN Info ..............33 WLAN Info ..............33 Settings ................34 Message ...............36 Usage of WPS ............36 Glossary ..............37 How to Get Help ........... 41 Health and Safety Information ...... 41 General Guidelines ...........41 Aircraft Safety ............46 Hospital Safety ............47 Road Safety ..............47 Vehicles Equipped with an Airbag ......48...

  • Page 5: Welcome, Thank You For Choosing Verizon Wireless

    4G LTE Mobile Hotspot. It is Global Ready™ providing flexible access for users to enjoy high-speed internet applications around the globe. When connected to the Verizon 4G LTE Network, the Jetpack can support simultaneous connections to up to 10 Wi-Fi enabled devices.

  • Page 6: Getting Started

    Getting Started BUTTONS AND DESCRIPTION INTERFACE Displays the menus and the 1. SCREEN status of your Jetpack. Scroll up to select the 2. UP BUTTON options. Scroll down to select the 3. DOWN BUTTON options.

  • Page 7: Screen Indicators

    Confirm highlighted  selection. When the Jetpack button  4. OK BUTTON is locked, press once to light up the screen, and press again to unlock. 5. POWER SWITCH Power on/off your Jetpack. 6. MICRO USB PORT Charge your Jetpack. Press and hold to restore 7.

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    Icon Description Signal Strength No Network Service Roaming Signal Strength Roaming New SMS SMS Full Number of current Wi-Fi connections Settings...

  • Page 9: Hardware Installation, Installing The 4g Sim Card

    Hardware Installation Installing the 4G SIM Card If you have not already done so, please follow these instructions for the installation of your new 4G SIM Card: 1. Remove 4G SIM Card from the outer card, being careful not to touch the gold contacts. CAUTION: Do not bend or scratch your 4G SIM Card.

  • Page 10: Inserting And Charging The Battery

    NOTE: Your 4G SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) Card is a small rectangular plastic card that stores your phone number and important information about your wireless service. The 4G SIM Card MUST remain in the Jetpack when in use. Inserting and Charging the Battery 1.

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    Your device comes with wall charger. To charge: 1. Plug one end of the wall charger into an electrical outlet and the the other end into the device’s MICRO USB PORT. 2. It is recommended the battery be fully charged before you use your Jetpack for the first time.

  • Page 12: Removing The 4g Sim Card

    Removing the 4G SIM Card 1. Turn the Verizon Jetpack power off. Remove the battery cover and take out the battery. 2. Gently remove the SIM Card from the SIM Card slot. NOTE: Should your 4G SIM Card be lost or damaged please call 1-800-922-0204 to speak with a Customer Service Representative.

  • Page 13: Connecting To The Internet, Jetpack

    Connecting to the Internet With your new Verizon Jetpack, a wireless Internet connection can always be at your fingertips. Connecting Wi-Fi Enabled Devices To Your Jetpack NOTE: It is recommended the battery be fully charged in order to use your Jetpack via Wi-Fi for the first time, or connect your Jetpack to the wall adapter for power.

  • Page 14: Follow These Steps, Accessing The Internet

    Follow these Steps 1. Ensure the Wi-Fi enabled device you wish to connect to yourJetpack has Wi-Fi turned on, then use the Wi-Fi application toestablish a connection to your Jetpack. 2. Look for the network (SSID) named “Verizon- 890L”. There are XXXX digits unique to your device following the network (SSID) name displayed.

  • Page 15: Advanced Configuration

    Advanced Configuration 1. Make sure your computer is connected to the Jetpack . 2. Launch the internet browser and enter http://192.168.1.1 or http://vz.hotspot in the address bar. NOTE: It is recommended that you use IE (7.0 or later), Firefox (3.0 or later), Opera (10.0 or later), Safari (4.0 or later) or Chrome (5.0 or later).

  • Page 16: Pin Code Verification

    PIN Code Verification If the PIN code of your SIM card is enabled, you will need to input the PIN code after you logging in. NOTE: The SIM card will be locked if you enter wrong PIN code consecutively for three times. If you want to change the PIN status or modify the PIN code, please select WAN Settings >...

  • Page 17: Basic Setup

    Basic Setup After logging in, select Basic Setup > Quick Setup to configure the Wi-Fi settings, including Wi-Fi Network Name, Wi-Fi Securiy Policy and Sleep Time. Select Basic Setup > Password to change the login password for the Web User Interface.

  • Page 18: Wan Settings

    WAN Settings After logging in, select WAN Settings > Wireless Info to display the infomation of WAN wireless. Click Refresh to update the information. Select WAN Settings > Network Select to select the proper network mode, including Global Mode, LTE/CDMA Mode, and GSM Mode(Automatic/ Manual).

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    NOTE: In GSM Mode, you can either set your device to automatic network selection or manual network selection. If you choose the manual, you will be prompted to select what GSM network you would like to connect to.

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    Select WAN Settings > WAN Connection to choose the WAN Connection mode according to your requirement. Auto Connect: The device will connect to the Internet automatically when it is powered on. Manual Connect: Connect/disconnect to the Internet connection manually. Select WAN Settings > SIM PIN to enable/disable/ modify the PIN code of your SIM card.

  • Page 21: Router

    Router After logging in, select Router > LAN to access the interface below: IP Address: IP address for LAN interface. Subnet Mask: Subnet mask for the IP address. MAC Address: MAC address for the LAN interface. DHCP Server: Enable/disable DHCP server function.

  • Page 22: Wi-fi Settings

    DMZ means demilitarized zone, click Add to add the Wi-Fi client in DMZ, and click Apply to confirm. Click Delete to erase the Wi-Fi client from DMZ. An external computer or device can access to the Wi-Fi client which is in DMZ, rather than any other part of the network.

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    Sleep Time: Set the time before the Jetpack enters sleep mode, The Jetpack will enter sleep mode if no Wi-Fi clients (devices) are connected to the Jetpack for a given period of time. Network Mode: If all of the wireless devices connect with the Jetpack in the same transmission mode, performance will be improved by choosing the appropriate wireless mode.

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    AP Isolation: When Enable is selected, each of your wireless clients will not be able to communicate with each other. Country Code: Choose the right country code. Frequency(Channel): Choose the appropriate channel to optimize the performance and coverage of your wireless network. MAX Connections: Choose the maximum number of the Wi-Fi enabled devices which are able to connect to the Jetpack simultaneously.

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    The security modes are described below: NONE: In this mode, no password is required. WEP: The WLAN clients who have the same key with wireless gateway can pass the authentication and access the wireless network. WPA-PSK: WPA Pre-Shared Key, Enter the Pre- Shared key as a plain text (ASCII) pass-phrase of at least 8 characters.

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    to the Jetpack in order to connect to it. However, if the credentials are incorrect, data won't be transferred successfully between the WLAN clients and Jetpack. In effect, no authentication occurs. And in the SHARE authentication type, the WLAN client cannot connect to the Jetpack with the incorrect crendentials.

  • Page 27: Firewall

    If the ACL(Access Control List) policy is Deny, the user in MAC list can't connect to this device. If the ACL policy is Accept, the user in MAC list can connect to this device. You can allow or refuse a Wi-Fi user according to different ACL policy.

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    Default Policy: Set how to handle the packet if any of the rules matches. Source IP Address: Set the source IP address that will be filtered. Source Submask: Set the source submask that will be filtered. Protocol: Set which protocol will be used for filtering.

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    How to add a new rule: 1. Select Enable and click Apply in the Basic Settings area. 2. Input the detail information in the Ip/Port Filtering area. 3. Click Add in the Ip/Port Filtering area. In the Current IP/Port filtering rules area, click Delete to delete the rules that you selected.

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    IP Address: Set IP address for the virtual server. Port: Set port number for the virtual server. Protocol: Set the protocol for the virtual server. How to add a virtual server: 1. Select Enable and input the detailed information in the Virtual Server Settings area. 2.

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    Select Advanced > Statistics to check your WAN usage. Click Refresh to update the usage, and click My Verizon to visit Verizon website to check your monthly total data. Select Advanced > Restore&Reboot to restart your device, or restore your device to the factory default settings.

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    Select Advanced > Config File to import/export the configuration file of the device. NOTE: It will modify the configuration of this device to import configuration file. Please make sure the parameters in the configuration file are correct. This function allows you to view, save, send and receive text messages.

  • Page 33: Navigating The Device

    Navigating the Device Slide the Power Switch to the ON position to turn on the device. The screen lights up. After the initialization of the device, the SSID and default password will display on the screen. Press the OK button, the following icons will appear: NOTE: Devices and software are constantly evolv- ing —...

  • Page 34: Wan Info, Wlan Info

    WAN Info Select and press the OK button to check the WAN information. Use the UP and DOWN buttons to scroll to the desired menu. Press the OK button to view information about the following WAN settings: Network Provider: Displays the name of your service provider.

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    Read the prompt on the display and refer to the Usage of WPS chapter. Settings Select using the UP and DOWN buttons and press the OK button to check the settings. Use the UP and DOWN buttons to scroll to the desired menu.

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    select Proceed:  Wi-Fi Network Mode: Change the Wi-Fi standard.(It is recommended that you do not change the defualt setting, 11 b/g.)  S S I D B r o a d c a s t : E n a b l e o r d i s a b l e discovery mode, allowing your device to be found by other Wi-Fi compatible devices.

  • Page 37: Message, Usage Of Wps

    Message Select using the UP and DOWN buttons and press the OK button to check messages. Select one of the following options: New Messages: Displays your unread messages. Inbox: Displays the messages in your inbox. Usage of WPS If your client device supports WPS, you need not input the password manually after WPS has been available.

  • Page 38: Glossary

    Glossary 3G: Third Generation. 3G refers to the third generation of mobile telephony technology. 4G: Fourth Generation. 4G refers to the third generation of mobile telephony technology. 802.11(b, g, n): A set of WLAN communication standards in the 2.4, 3.6 and 5 GHz frequency bands.

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    Hotspot: A WiFi (802.11) access point or the area covered by an access point. Used for connecting to the Internet. H T T P : H y p e r t e x t Tr a n s f e r P r o t o c o l . A n application-level protocol for accessing the World Wide Web over the Internet.

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    Port Forwarding: A process that allows remote devices to connect to a specific computer within a private LAN. Port Number: A 16-bit number used by the TCP and UDP protocols to direct traffic on a TCP/IP host. Certain port numbers are standard for common applications.

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    USB: Universal Serial Bus. A connection type for computing device peripherals such as a printer, mobile device, etc. V P N : V i r t u a l P r i v a t e N e t w o r k . A w a y t o communicate through a dedicated server securely to a corporate network over the Internet.

  • Page 42: Health And Safety Information, General Guidelines

    Customer Service is at your disposal at 1-800-922-0204 or in any Verizon Wireless Communications Store. If you have questions about how to use ZTE mobile devices or your device needs repair services, please access to our support website, contact our services hotline or email for more information.

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    Please use original accessories or accessories  that are authorized by ZTE. Unauthorized a c c e s s o r i e s m a y a f f e c t t h e d e v i c e performance, damage the device or cause danger to you.

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    shorten the life of electronic devices. Do not allow children to play with the device or  charger. Use an antistatic cloth to clean the device. Do  not use chemical or abrasive cleanser as these could damage the plastic case. Turn off your device before you clean it.

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    coins or key rings, to contact or short circuit the battery terminals. Do not dispose of batteries in fire. The device’  s Li-ION batteries may be safely disposed of at a Li-ION recycling point. Follow local requirements for recycling. Do not put the device’s battery in your mouth, ...

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    unqualified battery may present a risk of fire, explosion, leakage or other hazard. Promptly dispose of used batteries in  accordance with local regulations. B a t t e r y u s a g e b y c h i l d r e n s h o u l d b e ...

  • Page 47: Aircraft Safety

    Stop using the battery if abnormal heat,  odor, discoloration, deformation, or abnormal condition is detected during use, charge or storage. Do not use your device with a damaged or  deformed battery. Do not solder the battery directly.  Remove the battery whose life cycle has ...

  • Page 48: Hospital Safety, Road Safety

    Hospital Safety Switch off your device and remove its battery  in areas where device use is prohibited. Follow the instructions given by any respective  medical facility regarding the use of Wireless devices on their premises. Road Safety You must exercise proper control of your ...

  • Page 49: Vehicles Equipped With An Airbag, Third Party Equipment

    The use of third party equipment, cables or accessories, not made or authorized by ZTE, may invalidate the warranty of the device and also adversely affect the device’s operation. For example, use only the ZTE charger supplied with the device.

  • Page 50: Efficient Use, Ctia Requirements

    Efficient Use For optimum performance with minimum power consumption, do not cover the device with anything. Covering the device may cause the device to operate at higher power levels than needed, and may shorten the using time of the battery. CTIA Requirements a.

  • Page 51: Radio Frequency (rf) Exposure

    Replace the battery only with another battery that has been qualified with the system per this standard, IEEE-Std-1725-2006. Use of an unqualified battery may present a risk of fire, explosion, leakage or other hazard. g. Promptly dispose of used batteries in accordance with local regulations h.

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    This device is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal C o m m u n i c a t i o n s C o m m i s s i o n o f t h e U . S . Government: The exposure standard for wireless mobile devices employs a unit of measurement known as...

  • Page 53: Fcc Compliance

    While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various devices and at various positions, they all meet the government requirement. The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this device with all reported SAR levels evaluated as in compliance with the FCC RF exposure guidelines.

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    interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Caution: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user’ s authority to operate the equipment. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.

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    — Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. — Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

  • Page 56: Consumer Limited Warranty

    Consumer Limited Warranty ZTE (“Seller”) offers you a limited warranty that the enclosed product or products (the “Product”) will be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period that expires one year from the date of sale of the Product to...

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    within the one year warranty period, and (ii) is accompanied by a proof of purchase in the form of a bill of sale or receipted invoice which evidences that the subject Product is within the one year warranty period. After the one year warranty period, you must pay all shipping, parts and labor charges.

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    problems (unless caused by defects in material and workmanship); (viii) damage as a result of fire, flood, acts of God or other acts which are not the fault of Seller and which the Product is not specified to tolerate, including damage caused by mishandling, shipping and blown fuses;...

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    OF USE OF OR INABILITY TO USE ANY PRODUCT (FOR EXAMPLE, WASTED AIRTIME CHARGES DUE TO THE MALFUNCTION OF A PRODUCT) OR CONTRIBUTION OR INDEMNITY IN RESPECT OF ANY CLAIM RELATED TO A PRODUCT. REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF A DEFECTIVE PRODUCT OR REFUND OF THE PURCHASE PRICE RELATING TO A DEFECTIVE PRODUCT, AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY, ARE...

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    ANY MODIFICATION OR ADDITION TO THIS WARRANTY. Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This limited warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.

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