On Networks N300R Router Manual PDF (Setup & Configuration Guide)

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Easy, Reliable & Secure
Installation Guide
N300 WiFi Router (N300R)
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Brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective holders. Information is subject to change without notice.
Statement of Conditions
In the interest of improving internal design, operational function, and/or
reliability, On Networks reserves the right to make changes to the products
described in this document without notice. On Networks does not assume
any liability that may occur due to the use or application of the product(s) or
circuit layout(s) described herein.
This symbol is placed in accordance with the European Union
Directive 2002/96 on the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(the WEEE Directive). If disposed of within the European Union, this
product should be treated and recycled in accordance with the laws
of your jurisdiction implementing the WEEE Directive.
: When you configure the wireless settings of this device,
make sure to select the correct country settings. Due to EU law, the
country settings must be identical to the country where the device is
operating (important due to non-harmonized frequencies in the EU).
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Router Description
Front Panel
. The front panel has five status LEDs.
Power/Test LED
. If solid green, the router is
ready. If blinking green, the router is
performing the power-on diagnostic test. If off,
the router is not connected to a power source
. If solid green, the router is connected
to a WPS-capable device. If blinking green, a
WPS-capable device is connecting to the
router. If off, no device is connected.
Internet LED
. If solid green, the router is
linked to the Internet. If blinking green, data is
being transmitted. If off, no Ethernet cable is
connected from the Internet port to the
Wireless LED
. If solid green, the wireless
connection is established. If blinking green,
data is being transmitted. If off, the wireless
interface is turned off.
Four Ethernet LEDs
. If solid green, the local
port is connected to an Ethernet device. If
blinking green, data is being transmitted. If
off, no device is connected. Make sure the
Ethernet cable is securely attached at both
ends, and that the connected device is turned
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Back Panel
. The back panel has these features.
WPS button
. Securely connect
computers, printers, and other Wi-Fi
enabled mobile devices at a push of this
Ethernet ports
. Connect a computer or
other wired devices to your router using
these ports.
Internet port
. Connect a cable or D
modem to your router using this port.
Power adapter outlet
. Connect the power
adapter here to connect the router to an
electrical power source.
On/Off button
. Use this button to power
the router on and off.
Factory Reset button
. To use this button,
stick a paper clip into the reset hole and
hold it for about 5 seconds until the Power
LED begins to blink.
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Connect your router
1. Prepare your modem
. Unplug your modem. If it has a battery
backup, remove the battery.
Connect your modem
. Plug in your modem. Put the battery
back in. Then cable the modem to the router Internet port.


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