Nano Station M2/M5 Loco Manual

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Models: NanoStation M2/M5 NanoStation Loco M2/M5/M900

Introduction

Introduction
Thank you for purchasing a Nanostation M series product. This is a point-to-point CPE wireless device. This Quick Start Guide is for use with the following models: Model NanoStation M2 NanoStation M5 NanoStation Loco M2 NanoStation Loco M5 NanoStation Loco M900 Operating Frequency 2403-2475 MHz 5170-5875 MHz* 2402-2482 MHz 5170-5875 MHz* 904-926 MHz Ethernet Ports 2 2 1 1 1

* Only 5745-5850 MHz is supported in the USA and Canada

Package Contents

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NanoStation

24v PoE Adapter

Power Cord

Mounting Ties

* Products may be different from pictures and are subject to change without notice.

Installation Requirements
10 mm wrench • Shielded Category 5 (or above) cabling should be used for all wired Ethernet connections and should be grounded through the AC ground of the PoE. We recommend that you protect your networks from the most brutal environments and devastating ESD attacks with industrial-grade shielded Ethernet cable from Ubiquiti Networks. For more details, visit www.ubnt.com/toughcable

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Quick Start Guide

Hardware Overview

Secondary Ethernet Port* * Secondary Ethernet Port included only on NanoStation M2 & M5

Secondary

Main

Reset

Main Ethernet Port

Note: Secondary Ethernet Port is capable of 24V Power over Ethernet output which can provide power to a secondary device. It can be enabled using the AirOS interface.

LEDs

LAN1 LAN2

Power The Power LED will light steady green when properly connected to a power source. LAN1 WAN/Main Ethernet The LAN1 Ethernet LED will light steady green when an active Ethernet connection is made to the Primary Ethernet Port and flash when there is activity. LAN/Secondary Ethernet The LAN2 Ethernet LED (on NanoStation M2/M5 only) will light steady green when an active Ethernet connection is made to the Secondary Ethernet Port. Signal These LEDs display the signal strength.

LAN2

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Typical Deployment

Typical Deployment

Connect the Power Cord to the PoE Adapter and a power outlet

LAN or Computer to Ethernet Port labeled LAN on PoE Adapter

Ethernet Port on Ubiquiti Device to Ethernet Port labeled POE on PoE Adapter

Note: Shielded Category 5 (or above) cabling should be

used for all wired Ethernet connections and should be grounded through the AC ground of the PoE.

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Quick Start Guide

Accessing AirOS
1. Make sure that your host machine is connected via Ethernet to the Ubiquiti Networks device (as shown on previous page). 2. Configure the Ethernet adapter on your host system with a static IP address on the 192.168.1.x subnet (e.g. 192.168.1.100). 3. Launch your Web browser and type http://192.168.1.20 in the address field and press enter (PC) or return (Mac).

4. Enter ubnt in the Username and Password fields. Select your country from the Select Your Country drop-down. To use the product you must agree to the terms of use. To do so, click I agree to these terms of use. Click Login.

5. The AirOS Interface will appear allowing you to customize your settings as needed.

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Ubiquiti Networks Wiki and Forum

Ubiquiti Networks Wiki and Forum
Ubiquiti Networks has an online Wiki with Manuals, Guides, and Information. It is located at www.ubnt.com/wiki.

Another great resource is the Ubiquiti Networks Forum. You can post and view comments, questions, and answers with other forum members and Ubiquiti staff at www.ubnt.com/forum.

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Quick Start Guide

Installer Compliance Responsibility
Devices must be professionally installed and it is the professional installer's responsibility to make sure the device is operated within local country regulatory requirements.

Since Ubiquiti Networks equipment can be paired with a variety of antennas and cables, the Antenna Gain, Cable Loss, and...
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