cnPilot R-Series Installation Guide

                                         cnPilot Wireless Router Installation Instructions

User Documentation

User Guide for cnPilot Wireless Router is available for download from:

Enquiries and support

Package Contents

cnPilot Wireless router package box contains following items:





cnPilot Wireless Router



cnPilot Wireless Router’s Power Supply / PoE



Ethernet cable



ATA cables to connect Analog phone



cnPilot Wireless Router Installation and connecting to internet

  1. Power ON the wireless router using the power supply/PoE. POWER LED will glow after 5 seconds of powering ON and wait for 2 minutes to boot up device properly.
  2. Insert the Ethernet cable to any LAN port on the RJ45 port labeled LAN1 to LAN4 and connect other end of the cable to Ethernet port of PC
  3. LAN LED will turn ON after connecting the LAN cable
  4. Configure the LAN interface of your PC to acquire the IP address using DHCP. The LAN interface of the PC will get an IP address from the 192.168.11.x/24 subnet
  5. Connect to the wireless router by typing in web browser
  6. Enter default username “admin” and password “admin”
  7. Change the default password by going to Administration->Management->Password Reset option.
  8. Go to Network tab and select INTERNET mode as DHCP/STATIC or PPPoE based on the internet service provided by the ISP. Most common mode of connection would be DHCP (Please refer your ISP’s instruction).
  9. Go to wireless tab and change the SSID name from default value to your choice of SSID. For selecting the security password for SSID go to Wireless ->Wireless Security and select the SSID from SSID drop down list and select the security type and password. It is recommended to change the wireless security password.
  10. Connect the WAN port of the wireless router to the ISP device (eg. ADSL, Cable Modem). Notice that WAN LED will start glowing now.
  11. Please save the configuration and reboot the device.
  12. cnPilot has PoE out functionality on WAN port which can power up PMP450 or ePMP 1000 SMs (Subscriber Modules).
  13. Again open and go to STATUS tab and see the “Network Status”   for details of internet connectivity and statistics.
  14. Now the connection is established for configured SSID and browsing internet.