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Logging onto the WebPort User Interface

You log onto the WebPort User Interface to set up and manage all WebPort functions:

NOTE

All fields that show a red asterisk (*) are required.

To log onto the WebPort:

  1. Start web browser software. Examples: Microsoft ® Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox.

    The browser window appears.

  2. In the address bar, type either the LAN or WAN IP address that is visible in the LED display on the WebPort you are going to work with. The address you use is dependent on how you are connected:

    NOTE

    You may find that you need to install an Adobe Flash Player. If that is the case, the WebPort UI appears with an Adobe Flash link on the window. Click the link and follow the Adobe instructions for installing the Player: This is a picture of the dialog.

    • If your connection with the WebPort is via the WAN port, use the WAN IP address scrolling in the WebPort LED display. Example: 10.0.0.19 This is a picture of the dialog.
    • If your connection with the WebPort is via one of the four LAN ports, use the LAN IP address that is visible. Example: 192.168.2.1.

      The WebPort User Interface login dialog appears: This is a picture of the dialog.

  3. Type in (enter) your user name and password. The asterisk [*] beside the field tells you that you must enter information in this field. Enter the information carefully. If you fail to enter your user information correctly, the software informs you that you have to wait 5 seconds before you may try to login again. The default username and password provided with your WebPort are:
    • Username. Default user name is admin.
    • Password. Default password is spectrum. This is a picture of the dialog.
  4. The software immediately prompts you to change the password. You may not use the default password: This is a picture of the dialog.
  5. Click Submit.

    The software informs you that it is retrieving data and displays the WebPort User Interface window.

    See About the WebPort User Interface Window

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