1. /
  2. Manuals
  3. /
  4. ZTE
  5. /
  6. AC30

ZTE AC30 Router Manual PDF (Setup & Configuration Guide)

Given below is full router user manual of ZTE AC30 router model. You can also download this manual in PDF Format to read later on your computer.

Product user manuals come handy in case you want to know all functionalities of your device, troubleshooting, fist time configuration & setup and in many other situations.

Page 1 / 37
1
MOBILE BROADBAND / GLOBALACCESS
VERIZON WIRELESS FIVESPOT™
GlobalReady™ 3G Mobile Hotspot
USER Guide
Page 2 / 37
2
Contents
Welcome
................................................................................................................................................................
3
The Fivespot Package
....................................................................................................................................
3
Wireless Communications
.....................................................................................................................................
4
Important Notice
...........................................................................................................................................
4
Safety hazards
...............................................................................................................................................
4
Limitation of liability
....................................................................................................................................
5
Copyright
.......................................................................................................................................................
5
Fivespot Hardware: Overview
...............................................................................................................................
6
Additional features include
...........................................................................................................................
7
About your Fivespot Global Ready 3G Mobile Hotspot
...............................................................................
7
Care of Your Fivespot
....................................................................................................................................
8
Ways to Access
..............................................................................................................................................
8
Getting Started
.....................................................................................................................................................
10
Fivespot System Requirements
...................................................................................................................
10
Inserting and charging the battery
...............................................................................................................
10
Installing the SIM Card*
.............................................................................................................................
11
Connection options
......................................................................................................................................
12
Setting up the Fivespot for the First Time
...........................................................................................................
13
Connecting to the Internet
...................................................................................................................................
15
Fivespot Wi-Fi Setting
........................................................................................................................................
18
Welcome Page
.............................................................................................................................................
18
Home Page
..................................................................................................................................................
19
Basic Setup
..................................................................................................................................................
20
WAN Settings
..............................................................................................................................................
20
Hotspot
........................................................................................................................................................
22
Wi-Fi Settings
..............................................................................................................................................
23
Firewall
.......................................................................................................................................................
25
Advanced
.....................................................................................................................................................
28
Fivespot Specification
.........................................................................................................................................
30
Troubleshooting
..................................................................................................................................................
32
Wi-Fi Mode
.................................................................................................................................................
32
Health and safety information
.............................................................................................................................
33
Mobile operation
.........................................................................................................................................
33
Limiting exposure to radio frequency (RF) fields
.......................................................................................
33
FCC Regulations:
........................................................................................................................................
33
Limited Warranty and Liability
...........................................................................................................................
34
Glossary
...............................................................................................................................................................
35
Trademarks and Service Marks
...........................................................................................................................
37
Page 3 / 37
3
Welcome
Congratulations
on
purchasing
the Verizon Wireless Fivespot™ Global Ready™ 3G Mobile Hotspot for
Mobile
Broadband
and
Global
Access
service!
Before
installing
the
Fivespot™,
VZ
Access®
Manager
Software
and
Drivers,
please
read
this
User
Manual which
describes
the
features
of
the
device
hardware.
The
Fivespot
is
a
global
data
device
that
operates
on
the
reliable
Verizon
Wireless Mobile
Broadband
and
Global
Access
networks*
in
America, Europe
or
Asia.
3G Mobile Hotspot is enabling you to connect multiple devices at high speeds to the
Internet, your corporate Intranet, Wi-Fi-enabled devices and email virtually anywhere!
Fivespot Technology Bands: CDMA 1X/EVDO Rev0/A 800/1900 MHz; UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA 900/1900/2100 MHz;
GSM/GPRS/EDGE
850/900/1800/1900.
*
The service
is
not
available
everywhere.
Visit
www.verizonwireless.com/vzglobal
for
a
complete
list
of
available
countries.
Information
subject
to
change.
The Fivespot Package
The
Verizon Wireless Fivespot
package
includes:
z
Fivespot Global Ready 3G Mobile Hotspot
z
Standard Lithium-Ion Battery
z
Two-Part USB/Wall Charger
z
Global Travel Chargers
z
Global Support Kit
z
Product Safety & Warranty Brochure
z
Quick Reference Guide
Page 4 / 37
4
Wireless Communications
Important Notice
Due
to
the
transmitting
and
receiving
properties
during
wireless
communications,
the
data
can
occasionally
be lost
or
delayed.
This
can
be
due
to
the
variation
in
radio
signal
strength
that
results
from
changes
in
the characteristics
of
the
radio
transmission
path.
Although
the
data
loss
is
rare,
the
environment
where
you
operate the
device
may
adversely
affect
communications.
Variations
in
radio
signal
strength
are
referred
to
as
fading.
Fading
is
caused
by
several
different
factors including
signal
reflection,
signal
ionosphere,
and
signal
interference
from
other
radio
channels.
Safety hazards
Do
not
operate
device
in
an
environment
that
may
be
susceptible
to
radio
interference
resulting
in danger
specifically;
Areas
where
prohibited
by
the
law
Follow
any
special
rules
and
regulations
and
obey
all
signs
and
notices.
Always
turn
off
the
host device
and
remove
the
device
from
the
USB
port
when
instructed
to
do
so,
or
when
you
suspect that
it
may
cause
interference
or
danger.
Where
explosive
atmospheres
may
be
present
Do
not
operate
your
device
in
any
area
where
a
potentially
explosive
atmosphere
may
exist. Sparks
in
such
areas
could
cause
an
explosion
or
fire
resulting
in
bodily
injury
or
even
death.
Be aware
and
comply
with
all
signs
and
instructions.
Users
are
advised
not
to
operate
the
device
while
at
a
refueling
point
or
service
station.
Users
are
reminded
to
observe
restrictions
on
the
use
of
radio
equipment
in
fuel
depots
(fuel
storage
and
distribution
areas),
chemical
plants
or
where
blasting
operations
are
in
progress.
Areas
with
a
potentially
explosive
atmosphere
are
often
but
not
always
clearly
marked.
Potential locations
can
include
gas
stations,
below
deck
on
boats,
chemical
transfer
or
storage
facilities, vehicles
using
liquefied
petroleum
gas
(such
as
propane
or
butane),
areas
where
the
air
contains chemicals
or
particles,
such
as
grain,
dust
or
metal
powders,
and
any
other
area
where
you would
normally
be
advised
to
turn
off
your
vehicle
engine.
Near
Medical
and
life
support
equipment
Do
not
operate
your
device
in
any
area
where
medical
equipment,
life
support
equipment,
or near
any
equipment
that
may
be
susceptible
to
any
form
of
radio
interference.
In
such
areas,
the host
Page 5 / 37
5
communications
device
must
be
turned
off.
The
device
may
transmit
signals
that
could interfere
with
this
equipment.
On
an
aircraft,
either
on
the
ground
or
airborne
In
addition
to
FAA
requirements,
many
airline
regulations
state
that
you
must
suspend
wireless operations
before
boarding
an
airplane.
Please
ensure
that
the
host
device
is
turned
off
and
your device
is
removed
from
the
USB
port
prior
to
boarding
aircraft
in
order
to
comply
with
these regulations.
The
device
can
transmit
signals
that
could
interfere
with
various
onboard
systems and
controls.
While
operating
a
vehicle
The
driver
or
operator
of
any
vehicle
should
not
operate
a
wireless
data
device
while
in
control
of
a
vehicle.
Doing
so
will
detract
from
the
driver
or
operator's
control
and
operation
of
that
vehicle.
In
some
countries,
operating
such
communications
devices
while
in
control
of
a
vehicle
is
an
offense.
Limitation of liability
The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice and should not be construed as
a commitment by Verizon wireless Inc.
Copyright
©2010 by Verizon wireless, Inc.
All rights reserved.

Rate

4.5 / 5 based on 2 votes.

Bookmark Our Site

Press Ctrl + D to add this site to your favorites!

Share
Top