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Cisco SRP 521W Wireless Setup Guide For Business WiMAX

This guide will walk you through configuring the Cisco SRP 521W router for use with the Business WiMAX service.

Step 1
Plug the power adapter to turn on the Cisco SRP 521W.
Step 2
Allow 60 - 90 seconds for the Cisco SRP 521W to power up.
Step 3
Connect your computer to any Ethernet port on the Cisco SRP 521W.
Step 4
Connect your routers WAN port to the ethernet port of the PoE.
Before progressing to the next step ensure that the routers WAN light is illuminated.
Step 5
Open the web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari etc) on the computer, type in http://192.168.15.1/ in the address bar and then press Enter. Cisco SRP 521W 6
Step 6
Log into the router by entering the Username admin and the Password admin.

Then press the Log In button.

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Step 7
On the left menu select WAN Setup. Cisco SRP 521W 8
Step 8
Set Network Mode to Mixed.

Set Radio Band to Standard - 20MHz Channel.

Set Standard Channel to Auto.

Set SSID1 - Wireless Network Name (SSID) to what you want your wireless network to be called.

Ensure that SSID1 - Broadcast Network Name and SSID1 - Enabled Network are ticked.

Ensure that all field and tick boxes are empty / not ticked for the SSID2, SSID3, SSID4 rows.

Then press the SSID1 Edit button.
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Step 9
A message will be will be displayed while the modem applies the previous details. Cisco SRP 521W 10
Step 10
Ensure that the network name that you entered earlier is selected from the Select a SSID dropdown options.

Ensure that Security Mode is set to WPA Personal.

Ensure that WPA Algorithms is set to TKIP + AES.

Enter in what you would like your network password to be into the WPA Shared Key field.

Set Group Key Renewal to 3600 seconds.
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Step 11
A message will be will be displayed once the wireless details have been applied. Cisco SRP 521W 12
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