mbNET

Tutorial Summary

This table gives you an overview of the current available tutorials with a brief description. #MB0V1 : Web interface (https://helpdesk.mbconnectline.com/en/index.php?type=page&urlcode=860319&title=MB0V1--Web-interface) This tutorial summarizes Web interface topics. #MB1V1 : Device restart and Factory settings (https://helpdesk.mbconnectline.com/en/index.php?type=page&urlcode=118895&title=MB1V1--Device-restart-and-Factory-settings#2) This tutorial shows how-to restart the device ...

#MB0V1 : Web interface

Tutorial: #MB0V1 : 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 t...

#MB1V1 : Device restart and Factory settings

Tutorial: #MB1V1 : 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 ...

#MB2V1 : Firmware update via the USB interface

Tutorial: #MB2V1 : 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 (#1) 2. Execution (#2) ------------------------- 1. Preparation - Go to www.mbconnectline.com (http://www.mbconnectline.com) and download the latest firmware version (e.g "mbNET_FW_V623...

#MB3V1 : Function and status LEDs

Tutorial: #MB3V1 : 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 (#1) ------------------------- 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...

#MB4V1 : SIM card

Tutorial: #MB4V1 : 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? (#1) 2. Query and configuration of the mobile network provider (#2) -----------------------...