Motorola USBW 200 User Manual

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    USBw 200 Series User Guide User Guide...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS... 3 PRODUCTS COVERED BY THIS GUIDE ... 3 INSTALLATION... 3 Insert the USBw 200 into your laptop computer’s USB port... 3 Follow the Software installation steps on your screen... 4 SETTING UP WIFI CONNECTIONS... 5 SETTING UP ETHERNET CONNECTIONS ... 6 CONNECTING TO WIMAX FOR THE FIRST TIME ...

  • Page 3: System Requirements, Products Covered By This Guide, Installation

    USBw35200 - 3400-3600 MHz band Installation The USBw 200 is a fully Plug & Play USB device, with all operating software pre-loaded on the USB device itself; no CD-ROM is required. When first plugged in, it installs all the necessary software on your computer to provide high-speed Internet service using the latest WiMAX technology.

  • Page 4: Follow The Software Installation Steps On Your Screen

    Follow the Software installation steps on your screen The USBw 200 will automatically turn on and search for WiMAX connections. If WiMAX service is available, it will automatically connect your computer to the Internet through a WiMAX link. Depending on the configuration offered by your Internet Service Provider, the USBw 200 may also manage the Ethernet and WiFi connections to your computer.

  • Page 5: Setting Up Wifi Connections

    Note: If the configuration offered by your Internet Service Provider does not include coverage of WiFi connections, this section can be skipped. For correct operation of the Motorola Connection Manager with your WiFi connections, please disable any other WiFi connection managers on your computer.

  • Page 6: Setting Up Ethernet Connections, Connecting To Wimax For The First Time

    Username and Password. If required, this information will have been provided to you when you purchased the USBw 200. Enter the Username and Password in the spaces shown. Checking the “Store Credentials” box will save your User name and password;...

  • Page 7: Connecting To The Wimax Network

    Connecting to the WiMAX Network All the necessary settings to connect to your Internet Service provider’s WiMAX network have been pre-programmed into the USBw 200 and cannot be modified by the user. With the Connection Manager operating, plug in the USBw 200.

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    The Ethernet connection (If supported in your version of the Connection Manager) is not listed in the Priorities list. The wired Ethernet connection is assumed to always be the highest priority. USBw 200 User Guide Issue 1.0 All Connections Revision Date: 7/28/2010...

  • Page 9: Controls And Settings, Radio Control, Options, Help Screens, Wimax Information

    This button opens up an online HELP utility, providing additional information about navigating through the Connection Manager screens. WiMAX information Right-clicking the WiMAX service in the main screen extension allows viewing of WiMAX system information. USBw 200 User Guide 6814927F14 Issue 1.0 Revision Date: 7/28/2010 -9 -...

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    WiMAX Connection Status This screen provides information on the WiMAX network connection radio performance, the Internet protocol settings in effect and version information for the USBw 200 hardware and software. USBw 200 User Guide 6814927F14 Issue 1.0 Revision Date: 7/28/2010...

  • Page 11: More Information

    Internet Service Provider’s website to download updated versions of the Connection Manager SW as they become available. This screen is also available by right-clicking the Systray icon. USBw 200 User Guide 6814927F14 Issue 1.0 Revision Date: 7/28/2010 -11 -...

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    6814927F14 MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. © 2010 Motorola, Inc.

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