First start

After unpacking, the gateway is ready to use, but requires configuration to adapt to the required functions. 

Power supply

First, connect the power supply according to the diagram. The Gateway is protected against reverse power connection. If the polarity is reversed, the Gateway will not start.

AG-207 connector power

PoE

The Gateway can also be powered via PoE in the range of 8-36V using unused pairs of wires in the LAN cable. Below is the pinout of the RJ45 socket.

PIN number Function Remark
1

RX+

Data

2

RX-

Data

3

TX+

Data

4

DC +

Power supply positive

5

DC +

Power supply positive

6

TX-

Data

7

DC -

Power supply negative

8

DC -

Power supply negative

Opening inbuilt website

Through the WAN interface

To access the built-in website, connect the gateway by WAN to the local network and enter IP address in the address window of the browser. Please note that it may take some time from powering on to booting up the system. When the LEDs next to the RJ45 socket start flashing, after about 10 seconds the built-in website becomes available.

IP: 192.168.10.60
user name: root 
password: root

Through the WiFi interface

By default, the gateway creates its own network, which is called AG-207. The network is unsecured. Connect to this network and enter the IP in the address bar of your browser.

IP: 192.168.1.1 
user name: root 
password: root

AG-207 login

After logging in, you are automatically taken to the dashboard page. You can go to the status > overview page to see information about the system.

AG-207 overview

To secure the gateway, change the default password. Set a password go to the system>administration page. To maintain security, it is recommended to use long and complex passwords.

AG-207 password