mbNET

Tutorial Summary

This table gives you an overview of the current available tutorials with a brief description. 1. Web interface (https://helpdesk.mbconnectline.com/en/index.php?type=page&urlcode=860319&title=Web-interface) This tutorial summarizes Web interface topics. 2. Device restart and Factory settings (https://helpdesk.mbconnectline.com/en/index.php?type=page&urlcode=118895&title=Device-restart-and-Factory-settings) This tutorial shows how-to restart the device and restore defaults. ...

Web interface

Tutorial: Web interface If you use the mbNET as a classic router, the complete configuration and setup is performed via the Web interface of the device. a) Main Navigation First-level navigation for the operational user interface. b) Subnavigation Second-Level-Navigation c) Display/work area Here, you will perform all the configuration settings. d) Breadcrumb navigation Displays the user and branch within the user interface. e) Help button Link to online ...

Device restart and Factory settings

Tutorial: Device restart and Factory settings The mbNET is set to the following IP address in the factory (Factory settings when delivered): - IP address: 192.168.0.100 - Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 The mbNET is delivered with the following user data (User credentials for access to the mbNET Web Interface): - User name: admin - Password: The default password can be foundon the back of the device Advice: The computer’s network settings must be changed accordingly -------...

Firmware update via the USB interface

Tutorial: Firmware update via the USB interface You can update the mbNET directly via the USB interface. The device then automatically recognizes the firmware saved to a connected USB stick. Pressing the Dial Out button starts the firmware update. ------------------------- 1. Preparation (#Preparation) 2. Execution (#Execution) ------------------------- 1. Preparation - Go to https://downloadportal.mbconnectline.com/en/mbnet.html and download the latest firmware version (e.g ...

Function and status LEDs

Tutorial: Function and status LEDs - Function/Status LEDs - WAN interfaces - USB Host 2.0 - Dial Out button - Reset button - Serial port COM2 - LAN ports 1 – 4 4-Port-Switch - Serial port COM1 ------------------------- 1. LEDs (#LEDs) ------------------------- 1. LEDs LED LED colour LED Status Description Fc1 Orange off No data traffic on COM1 - incoming flashes Data traffic on COM1 - incoming Green off No data traffic on COM1 - ...

SIM card

Tutorial: SIM card This tutorial describes how you can read out the phone number of the SIM card and control the SIM card by using AT commands. The AT commands are a set of commands which are used, among other things, to control certain basic commands of the telephone system, such as dialing a number or hanging up. ------------------------- 1. Over which number can I reach my SIM card? (#Over which number can I reach my SIM card?) 2. Query and configuration of the mobile network provider (...