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Casing Details
Front Casing
The front casing contains 3 status lights: Power, PLC Link, and
Ethernet Link
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lntroduction
Each HomePlug AV Ethernet Bridge allore you to connect one
device that has an Ethernet po.t to a Powerline network. ln
operation, the HomePlug AV Ethemet Btidge is completely
transparent, and simply passes data between the Ethernet port
and tire Powerline network. Any Ethernet-enabled device may
be connecled to the HomePlug AV Ethernet Bridge' s Ethernet
port.
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System Diagram
AV Ethernet Bridge.
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Status Lights
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On: This HomePlug Ethernet Bridge is receiving electrical power
Off: Power off
PLC Link
The PLC (Powerline) Link lightwill indicatethe overail speed of
your network with 3 colors:
Red: Minimum connection indicates weak signal and slower network
speed: less than 50Mbps
Orange: Normal signal with standard network speed:50-lOOMbps
Green: Excellent signal with optimal network speed: 100Mbps+
Off: No activity. This HomePlug Ethernet Bridge is not
connected
Ethernet Link
Solid Green: 1 0/1 00Mbps port linked
Blinking: 10/'l00Mbps port transmitting or receiving
Off: Ethernet Link not active
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Bottom Casing
bottom ca-sin9 contains a rscessed Reset Button, a Security
Connect the HomePlu0 AV Ethernet Bridge to a Computer
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Plug one end of the Ethernet Cable into the Ethernet
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the bottom of the HomePlug AV Ethernet Bridge.
Plug the HomePlug AV Ethernet Bridge into a AC Wall
Power Outlet near the device you want to connect
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Your HomePlug AV Ethernet Bridges are now connected
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Securitv
This button is designed to generate an individual HomePlug AV
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network group under multiple nodes environment. Please refer to the
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Reset
This button is used to clear ALL data and restore ALL ssttings to the
factory default values.
1.1
lnitial Setup
to plug and play
without any complox configuralion and settings- You can use
HomePlug AV mini Ethernet Bridge lo mrect networkable
devices like computers and game consoles atirEafly lo 6ach other
You can also connect devices like a coilTUE a Blu-ray Disc 'u
player to router or modem fof intemel accassHomePlug is a plug and pay device; User is able
Bridge turns solid green.
forming a HomePlug AV network.
optional lndividual HomePlug AV Network Setup section below for
more details.
Note: The HomePlug AV Ethernet Bridge must be plugged in to
restore it to factory defaults. Using a small object like a paper
clip, depress and hold the Reset button until the status lights
begin to flash. The Resel button will need to be depressed for
about 10 to 15 seconds for the reset lo occur-
Powerline performance. For best performance, plug all
HomePlug AV Ethernet Bridges direcily into a wall ouuet.
For connecting to a computer: Plug the other end of the
Ethernet Cable into an OPEN Ethernet Port locatsd on your
computer
For connecting to a Modem or Router for lnternet access: plug
the other end of the Ethernet Cable into an OPEN Ethernet
Port on your Modem or Router.
Make sure the PLC Link light on each Homeplug AV Ethernet
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Warning: Do not plug this HomePlug AV Ethernet Bridge into a
powerstrip that has surge protection. Doing so will degrade
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All HomePlug AV Ethsrnot Bridss ship with a default sscurity key so
they will. automatically link to atl other Homeplug AV Ethernet
Bridges sharing the same electrical lines. lf there are other
HomePlug AV Ethernet Bridges in the building (such as an office or
apartment building), you may want to create your own individual
HomePlug AV network group so other HomePlug AV Ethernet
Bridges cannot connect to your network.
This section describes how to use lhe Security button for
configuration in the following situations
2.1 Creating a new individual HomePlug Av network
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Two unassociated Bridges (Bridge A and Bridge B) are forming a new
network-Network AB
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Release it when the Power light flashes. The password to
Bridge A has just been erased. lt must now be linked to
your nelwork to adopt the new network security key.
Press and hold the Security button on Bridge B for 10 seconds.
Release it when the Power light flashes. The password to
Bridge B has just been erased. lt must now be linked to your
network to adopt the new network security kay.
Currently, BridgeAand Bridge B are not networked
Press and hold the Security button on Bridge A for 2 seconds
then release.
The Power lights on Bridge A starts to flash.
Within 120 seconds after the Power light on Bridge A starts to
flash, press and hold the Security button on Bridge B for 2
seconds then release.
Both Bridge A and Bridge B are now networked together.
2.2 Adding Bridge C to existing Network AB (Network ABC)
One unassociated Bridge C is added to an existing Network AB.
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Press and hold the Security button on Bridge A for 1 0 seconds.
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The procedure is as follows:
1. Press and hold the Security button on Bridge C for 10 secondsRelease it when the Power light flashed. The password to
Bridge C has just been erased. lt must now be linked to your
network to adopt the new network security key.
2. Press and hold the security button on Bridge A for 2 seconds.
The Power lights on Bridge A starts to flash.
3. Within 120 seconds after the Power light on Bridge A starts to
flash, press and hold the security button on Bridge C for
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Bridge A, Bridge B and Bridge C are now networked to each
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1 . Press and hold the Security button on Bridge B for 1 0 seconds.
Release it when the Power light flashes. The password to Bridge B
has just been erased and removes itself from Bridge A & C.
2. Press and hold the Security button on Bridge D for 2 seconds.
3. Within I 20 seconds after the Power light on Bridge D starts to
flash, press and hold the Security button on Bridge B for 2 seconds
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4. Bridge B and Bridge D are now connected to each other, which in
turn becomes part of Network BDE.
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Troubleshooting
lf your Hom6Pl ug AV Ethernet Bridges have ditficulty communicating
with each other, chock the following:
. Try power cycling the unit by unplugging it from the wall fo|I O
seconds and plugging it in again.
a Use a pin and hold the Reset button down for 2 seconds on eaih
unit you are trying to connect, The HomePlug AV Ethernet
Bridge's light will flash, the units wiil reset and attempt to link
using default factory settings.
t Try plugging the HomePtug AV Ethernet Bridge into an adjacent
plug.
l) HomePlug AV Ethernet Bridge work better whan plugged direcfly
into the wall outlet. Connecting thsse Ethernet Bridges to a
power strip or surgs protector may degrads network performance
or complet6ly stop nstwork signals.
a This HomePlugAV Ethernet Bridge should not bo used on GFI
protected outlets as some outlets will filter out Homeplug
Powerline signal.
a This HomePlug AV Ethernet Bridge should not be used in areas
with excessive heat.
a Certain floroscent or incandescent lights are noise sources on
the electrical and can degrade performance.
a lf your building has more than one circuit breaker box, your
HomePlug AV Ethernet Bridges may not be able to connect
betweon the difforent circuit breakor boxes. Connect Ethernet
cable between each of the Homeplug AV Ethernet Bridges to link
the different circuits together. This will allow the HomeFlug AV
Ethernet Bridges from different circuit breaker boxes to connect.
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