How do I configure the settings of my mobile hotspot?

How do I configure the settings of my mobile hotspot?

Logging into the WebUI

1. Make sure your hotspot is connected to the computer or other terminal via Wi-Fi or MicroUSB cable.
2. Open a browser on your computer or other connected device, and input or http://device.webui/ into the address bar. 
3. Enter your username and password, and click “Log In”.  The administrator has the right to check and modify configuration permissions.

Note: The default username is “admin”; the default password is “12$XXX”, where “XXX” is the last three digits of your hotspot’s IMEI.

It is highly recommended to change the default password upon first successful login to prevent any unauthorized access to your hotspot.

Note: You can find the default username and password printed on the device label by removing the back cover and battery.


Select Settings on the horizontal menu bar at the top of the page.


Mobile Connection

In this menu, you can configure your mobile data connection. Note: If you are unsure of your APN settings, please contact your service provider. The hotspot supports auto-APN, which means you do not need to edit APN settings in most cases.


• Mobile Data: To Enable/Disable Mobile connection
• Data Roaming: To Enable/Disable Roaming connection
• Carrier Name: APN Profile Name
• Network Mode: 4G-LTE
• Network Operator: Auto/Manual, it is suggested to select “Auto”


• WLAN Settings

In this menu, you can configure the Wi-Fi settings for your hotspot device. You can change the Wi-Fi SSID and password in this section, after updating your settings click “Apply” .
Note: Any changes made in this section may require you to reconnect to Wi-Fi.
2.4GHz is for 802.11 b/g/n
5GHz is for 802.11 a/ac/n

Note: If you are unsure of the Wi-Fi Channel or Channel Width, it is suggested to select “Auto”

•  WLAN MAC Filter

 MAC address filtering (also known as link-layer filtering) is a feature for IPv4 addresses that allows you to include or exclude computers and devices based on their MAC address. Every Ethernet device has a unique MAC (Media Access Control) address. The MAC address is assigned at the factory and consists of six pairs of hexadecimal characters (for example: 00:DS:GG:22:35:01).

You need to know the MAC address of the devices you wish to filter.

You can choose “Whitelist” or “Blacklist”. Both can be configured by selecting the WLAN MAC Filter option.
• Disable will disable the WLAN MAC filter.
• Whitelist will only allow devices with the selected MAC address(es) connect.
• Blacklist will only deny devices with the selected MAC address(es) from connecting.



In this menu, you can configure the DHCP settings. The default values are:

•  DHCP server is enabled
•  Gateway IP address:
•  DHCP IP Range: to
•  DHCP lease time: 24 hours (86400 seconds) Click “Apply” after configuring new settings.


• Firewall

Your hotspot’s high-performance firewall feature continuously monitors internet traffic, protecting your network and connected devices from malicious internet attacks. In this section you can “Enable” or “Disable” the Firewall/IP Filter settings.

Note: In order to enable the IP Filter, the Firewall setting must be set to “Enable” first.

• IP Filter

You can filter the packages by IP address, Protocol or Port number. IP Filtering’s settings includes LAN IP address, LAN port, WAN IP address, WAN port and Protocol functions.

Whitelist: Set websites that users are allowed to access. If the whitelist is empty, users will not be able to access the Internet.
Blacklist: Set websites that you do not want users to access.
• The value range of the LAN/WAN Port is 1-65535.
• Settings will not take effect until the “Apply” button is clicked

• Port Forwarding

In this section you can enable external computers to access FTP or other services provided by the LAN.
• IP address: Assigned to each device connected to a computer network that uses the Internet Protocol for communication.
• LAN/WAN port: The part of the computer that provides services. It is a single part, and the value range of LAN/WAN Port is 1-       65535.
• Protocol: Protocols applied by services.

Example: How to set up Port Forwarding for port 21 (FTP server)

Note: This will enable you to provide access to others to your FTP server  on your LAN through WAN.

Step 1:   Assign a static IP to your local computer that is hosting the FTP server.
Step 2:  Log in to the Gateway, and go to Settings > Features >Port Forwarding.
Step 3:  Set WAN Port to 21;
              Set LAN IP Address to be the static IP of computer; and 
              Set LAN port to 21.
Step 4: Click “Apply” to activate.

•  DMZ Settings

DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) allows an outside network to connect and communicate with internal LAN devices via this WAN interface.

IP Address: Give a static IP address to the DMZ Host when Enabled radio button is checked. Be aware that this IP will be exposed to the WAN/Internet.



In this section you can synchronize the system clock on the device with the network. 

•  PIN Management

In this section you can enable or disable the PIN on your SIM card. Please be aware that you can only enter the incorrect PIN 3 times before the SIM card will be locked. To unlock the SIM card, a PUK code will need to be entered.
Note: You will need to request the PUK code from your service provider.

•  Device Information 

In this section, you can view basic information about your device. Please contact your service provider for more information.

•  Device Name: Name of the hotspot for identification purposes.
•  Software Version: Software version currently loaded on the hotspot.
•  Hardware Version: Hardware version of the hotspot.   
•  IMEI: The unique identification number that is used to identify the 4G-LTE module.
•  IMSI: The international mobile subscriber identity used to uniquely identify the 4G-LTE module.
•  MAC: A unique number that identifies the hotspot.
•  System Admin The admin account can change all hotspot settings. Click “Apply” to set the new username and password.

Note: To keep your hotspot secure, it is recommended to create a stronger password.

•  Upgrades

Your hotspot can automatically detect firmware updates. In this section you can manually check if there is new firmware for your hotspot, and update. When there is a new version, it will display a “new” icon in the WebUI, and you can select the icon to proceed with the update. You can also check the current software and hardware information on this page.

Manually check for update:

Click the button “Check for update” to confirm if there is an update available. If there is one available, it will guide you to confirm if you want to proceed with the update.

•  Reboot & Reset

In this section you can reboot your device or reset it to factory default settings.

•  Reboot: Select to reboot your device.
•  Reset: Select to reset your device.

Log Out

Click "Log out" to log out from your hotspot. Once you log out, you will return to the login page.

Having trouble logging in? 

If you cannot login to WebUI to configure your settings, please contact your wireless provider. This is especially true if your Hotspot was provided to you by someone else, such as a school district, government/community services, or an employer. You can also find out more on how to login to WebUI here: 
How do I login to my Moxee Hotspot / WebUI?