Initial Activation and Setup - Jetpack 4G LTE Mobile HotSpot MiFi 4510L
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Initial Activation and Setup - Jetpack 4G LTE Mobile HotSpot MiFi 4510L

This provides initial activation/setup options for your Jetpack 4G LTE Mobile HotSpot MiFi 4510L. Our Troubleshooting Assistant can help you with other device issues if you aren't currently using the tool.

  1. Install the SIM card.
  2. Install the battery.
    Note Before using the device, ensure that the battery is fully charged.
  3. Turn power on by holding the Power button for 2 seconds.
    Note Activation is performed automatically and may take several minutes to complete.
    Note Activation is complete when the LED indicator is green.
    Power on device
  4. Devices may now connect to the MiFi 4510l via Wi-Fi.
    The network credentials (SSID and password) are located on the back of the device.
    Network credentials (SSID / Password)
    Caution Always utilize the IMEI listed on the bar code label located in the battery compartment.

    Device software version 2.16.07 (and earlier)

    • The password is the first 14-digits of the IMEI.

    Device software version 2.28

    • New devices:
      • The default password is 'admin'.
      • The Wi-Fi/Admin password is on a label located on the back of the device or on a label located under the battery.
        Label
    • Device Upgrade Utility (DUU) devices:
      • The password is unchanged by the DUU, i.e., customer set password or the first 14-digits of the IMEI.
        Note If the password is unknown perform a hard reset using the alternate method then use the IMEI minus the last digit.
    Refer to Connecting to a Wi-Fi network for additional assistance. Select the appropriate operating system:
    Macintosh OS X
    Windows 8
    Windows 7
    Windows Vista
    Windows XP
  5. Launch a web browser then navigate to the MiFi Admin page.
    Note From the browser Address/URL field enter 192.168.1.1.
    Browser address field, //192.168.1.1
  6. Click Setup Wizard.
    MiFi Admin page, Setup Wizard
  7. Enter the MiFi password then click Login.
    Note The default logins provided are simple and very well-known to hackers on the Internet. Change these settings immediately (perform the following steps).

    Device software version 2.16.07 (and earlier)

    • The default password is admin.

    Device software version 2.28

    • The default password is admin.
    • New devices:
      • The Wi-Fi/Admin password is on a label located on the back of the device or on a label located under the battery.
        Label
    • Device Upgrade Utility (DUU) devices:
      • The password is unchanged by the DUU, i.e., customer set password or admin.
        Note If the password is unknown perform a hard reset using the alternate method then use admin.
    Setup Wizard Login screen, MiFi password
  8. From the New Password field, enter a new admin password. From the Verify New Password field, re-enter the same password then click Next.
    MiFi password, New Password
  9. To change Wi-Fi Settings:
    1. From the Network Name (SSID) field, enter an appropriate name.
    2. From the Security drop down menu, select one of the following:
      • WEP 64-bit:
        • Network key: 5 ASCII characters or 10 HEX characters
      • WEP 128-bit:
        • Network key: 13 ACSII characters or 26 HEX characters
      • WPA Personal/PSK:
        • TKIP encryption; Network key: 8 - 63 ASCII characters
      • WPA2 Personal/PSK:
        • AES encryption; Network key: 8 - 63 ASCII characters
      • WPA/WPA2 Mixed Mode:
        • TKIP/AES encryption; Network key: 8 - 63 ASCII characters
    3. From the Network Key field, enter the appropriate password then click Next.
    Setup Wizard / Wi-Fi Settings screen, MiFi password
  10. Click Finish.
    Setup Wizard Finish screen, Finish
  11. Allow the device to restart then connect to the Wi-Fi network utilizing the appropriate Network Name (SSID) and Password.
    Refer to Connecting to a Wi-Fi network for additional assistance. Select the appropriate operating system:
    Macintosh OS X
    Windows 8
    Windows 7
    Windows Vista
    Windows XP
Last Modified: March 11, 2014
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