Quick Start Guide
Thank you for choosing the WRP400 Wireless-G Broadband Router. The WRP400 is a networking solution that combines telephone, wireless, and wired capabilities. This guide describes how to physically install your WRP400 and how to set up a basic configuration by using the Setup Wizard.
Mobile network connection: If a compatible USB modem is installed, the mobilenetwork connection is used as a failover when an Ethernet connection is unavailable. The Power LED indicates the status of the mobile network connection:
• Wall-Mounting Placement: The Router has four wall-mount slots on its back panel. To mount the router on a wall, follow these instructions: – – Choose a wall that is smooth, flat, dry, and sturdy. Make sure that an electrical outletis nearby. Obtain mounting hardware. Suggested hardware is illustrated below (not true to scale).
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Steady Green: The mobile network connection is not in use. Flashing Orange: The WRP400 is attempting to connect to the Internet through the mobile network connection. Steady Orange: The WRP400 is connected to the Internet through the mobile network connection. ContinuousFlashing Orange: The WRP400 failed to connect to the Internet through the mobile network connection and is trying again.
Reset: To restore the router’s factory defaults, press and hold the Reset button for approximately ten seconds. Stand: To place the router in a vertical position, rotate the stand 90 degrees.
Getting to Know the WRP400
Phone 1-2 (Green): The LED shines steadily whenan active line is registered to the corresponding phone port. The LED slowly flashes when voicemail messages are waiting. Wireless (Green): The LED shines steadily when the wireless feature is enabled. It flashes when the router is actively sending or receiving data over the wireless network. Ethernet 1-4 (Green): The LED shines steadily to show that a device is connected through thecorresponding port. It flashes to indicate network activity over that port. Internet (Green): This LED shines steadily when an Internet connection is made through the Internet port. It flashes to indicate network activity over the Internet port.
Installing the WRP400
Drill two holes, 6 cm (about 2-23/64 in.) apart. Insert a screw into each hole andleave 3 mm (about 1/8 in.) of the head exposed. Position the router so that two of the wall-mount slots are over the two screws. Slide the Router down until the screws fit snugly into the wallmount slots.
There are three ways to place the WRP400: • Horizontal Placement: The router has four rubber feet on the bottom panel. Place the Router on a level surface near an electrical outlet. • VerticalPlacement: The Router has a stand on the side panel opposite to the antenna. Rotate the stand 90 degrees, and place the Router on a level surface near an electrical outlet.
USB: For information about compatible USB devices, see www.cisco.com/
en/US/products/ps10028/index.html Wi-Fi Protected Setup (White/Orange): Can be used to automatically configure wireless security for client devices thatsupport Wi-Fi Protected Setup. The button shines white while wireless security is enabled. It shines steady orange if there is an error during the Wi-Fi Protected Setup process.
Connecting and Configuring the WRP400
Complete the initial configuration by using the Setup Wizard.
STEP 1 Insert the Setup CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive.
WRP400 Wireless-G Broadband Routerwith 2 Phone Ports
Power (Green/Red/Orange): Indicates the status of the following: Power: The LED shines steady green and stays on while the router is powered on. If the LED shines steady red, verify that the correct power adapter is used. If the LED remains red, contact your service provider for support. Self-diagnostic test: During boot-up, the Power LED flashes green to indicate that the...