Mobile HotSpot web portal (Admin page): Samsung LTE Mobile HotSpot PRO

Learn how to set up and configure the Mobile HotSpot web portal (admin page) on the Samsung LTE Mobile HotSpot PRO. Find out more on this page:

 

Access

Settings

Settings (Advanced)

 

 

Access

Access web portal

To access the web portal, follow these steps:

 

  1. Connect to the Mobile HotSpot via Wi-Fi.
  2. Launch an available web browser on your connected device and go to http://mobile.hotspot/.
    Note: If there are any issues accessing the web portal using the mobile.hotspot url, you may use 192.168.43.1 instead.
  3. Enter the web portal administrator password and click Apply.
    Note: The default administrator password is admin.
  4. You will arrive at the web portal.
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Settings

Add additional access point names

We're sorry, but this is not an available feature for your device.

 

 

Basic wireless network settings

To change basic wireless network settings, follow these steps:

 

  1. Access the Web Portal and click Network in the top toolbar.
  2. Review and adjust any of the following settings:
    • DHCP Server
    • DHCP Address Range
    • DHCP Lease Time
    • Data Limit
    • Network Name (SSID)
    • Security
    • Password
    • Broadcast Channel
    • Broadcast SSID

 

 

 

 

Change administrator password

Your administrator password is the password you use to access your T-Mobile Hotspot Admin page on your computer. Changing the administrator password does not change the password you use to connect other devices to your Mobile Hotspot. See: Change the Wi-Fi password below to change your Wi-Fi password.

 

To change your administrator password, follow these steps:


  1. Access the Web Portal and click Configuration in the top toolbar.
  2. Click the Tools button.
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  3. Enter new password in the New Password field.
  4. Re-enter new password in the Verify New Password field.
  5. Click Apply.

Important: Write down this new administrator password. If you lose or forget it, you will need to complete a factory reset to regain access. For more information, see Reset.

 

 

 

Change the SSID

To change the SSID, follow these steps:

 

  1. Access the Web Portal and click Network in the top toolbar.
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  2. Scroll down to the Wi-Fi Configuration section.
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  3. Select the Network Name (SSID) field.
  4. Delete the current information and enter a new name.
  5. Click Apply then click OK.
  6. Any currently connected devices willneed to forget their previous connections and reconnect.

 

 

Change the Wi-Fi password

The Wi-Fi password is the password used to connect other devices to your Mobile Hotspot. Changing the Wi-Fi password does not change the password you use to access your T-Mobile Hotspot Admin page from your computer. See: Change administrator password above to change your administrator password.

 

To change the Wi-Fi password, follow these steps:

 

  1. Access the Web Portal and click Network in the top toolbar.
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  2. Scroll down to the Wi-Fi Configuration section.
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  3. Select the Password field.
  4. Enter your new password
  5. Click Apply then click OK.
  6. Any currently connected devices will need to update their connection passwords.

 

 

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Settings (Advanced)

Connection mode (Automatic or Manual)

We're sorry, but this is not an available feature for your device.

 

To switch 3G/4G/LTE, see: Connections & network: Samsung LTE Mobile HotSpot PRO

 

 

Firewall settings

We're sorry, but this is not an available feature for your device.

 

 

Local area network (LAN) status

To view the status of your local area network (LAN), follow these steps:

 

  1. Access the Web Portal
  2. From the Home screen, scroll down to view any of the following information:
    • System Information
    • T-Mobile Network (IP Address, DNS)
    • My HotSpot Connection
    • Connected Devices

 

 

MAC filtering settings

This section includes the following procedures:

  • Enable / disable MAC Filtering
  • Delete a rule
  • Add a new rule

 

To enable or disable MAC Filtering, follow these steps:

 

  1. Access the Web Portal and click Security in the top toolbar.
  2. Click the MAC Filtering button.
    Security - MAC Filtering.png
  3. Click the box to check or un-check Enable MAC Filtering.

 

To delete a Trusted Client MAC Address, follow these steps:

 

  1. Access the Web Portal and click Security in the top toolbar.
  2. Click the MAC Filtering button.
    Security - MAC Filtering.png
  3. Click to highlight the MAC address you want to remove.
  4. Click Delete Client.

 

To add a Trusted Client MAC Address, follow these steps:

 

  1. Access the Web Portal and click Security in the top toolbar.
  2. Click the MAC Filtering button.
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  3. Click in the Add Trusted Client MAC Address field.
  4. Enter the MAC address.
  5. Click Add Client.

 

 

Port filtering settings

This section includes the following procedures:

  • Enable / disable Port Filtering
  • Delete a rule
  • Add a new rule

 

To enable or disable Port Filtering, follow these steps:

 

  1. Access the Web Portal and click Security in the top toolbar.
  2. Click the Port Filtering button.
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  3. Click the box to check or un-check Enable Port Filtering.

 

To delete a rule, follow these steps:

 

  1. Access the Web Portal and click Security in the top toolbar.
  2. Click the Port Filtering button.
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  3. Perform one of the following:
    • Under Allowed Applications, click the box to un-check any of the following:
      • Select All Applications
      • DNS (Domain Name Server)
      • HTTP
      • HTTPS
      • FTP
      • E-mail(POP3)
      • E-mail(IMAP)
      • VPN
      • Telnet
      • RTP
    • Under Custom Applications, click Revert next to the entry you want to remove.
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To add a new rule, follow these steps:

 

  1. Access the Web Portal and click Security in the top toolbar.
  2. Click the Port Filtering button.
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  3. Perform one of the following:
    • Under Allowed Applications, click the box to check any of the following:
      • Select All Applications
      • DNS (Domain Name Server)
      • HTTP
      • HTTPS
      • FTP
      • E-mail(POP3)
      • E-mail(IMAP)
      • VPN
      • Telnet
      • RTP
    • Under Custom Applications, enter the following information then click Apply:
      • Application Name
      • Port Range
      • Port Type

        Security - Port Filtering 2.png

 

 

 

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