Question about OTC ACR201-G (00CSPP000122) 802.11b/g Wireless Bridge
Included with the Wireless Print Adapter
þ ACR-201-G 802.11g Wireless Adapter
þ 5V AC adapter
þ White straight-through UTP Cat5 cable
þ CD containing technical manual
þ Velcro mounting pad
Step 1: Connect the power supply
A. Connect the 5V AC adapter output to the DC
input on the bottom of the Wireless Adapter.
The Wireless Print Adapter is preconfigured to
work with wireless networks that are
broadcasting the SSID and do not have
security encryption enabled. If your network
is configured in this manner, go to Step 3 now.
Step 2: Configure the Wireless Adapter
A. Use the white straight-through Cat5 cable
to temporarily connect the Wireless Adapter to
your computer’s network port.
B. Verify the orange LED labeled “Link” is
C. Open a Web browser and enter in the
location field http://169.254.98.200. When
prompted, enter “admin” as the user name and
“public” as the password.
Note: The computer must have its network card
configured for the same subnet as above to
access the device web page. Refer to the
technical manual on the CD for more details
and technical explanations.
D. Verify the SSID and WEP key or WPA key
match that of the access point in your area.
Refer to the technical manual on the CD for
more details and technical explanations.
E. Go to the Link Info tab. Check that Link
Quality and Signal Strength show signal levels.
This verifies the Wireless Adapter is configured
properly and an access point is in range.
F. Disconnect the white straight-through Cat5
cable from your computer
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
Try typing 192.168.1.1 into your browser. That is usually the default address used by most routers and such. If that does not work then find an open source network scanner like Nmap and run it to determine the IP and then type it into your web browser. Word of caution these tools are for experts.
Posted on Nov 30, 2007
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