After connected to the electrical outlet, the EZR33 router will automatically turn on the power. After the router successfully boots up, you can join-in the Wi-Fi hotspot Outdoor-WiFi-xxxxxx. The last six characters are the Wi-Fi module's Mac address.
The default Wi-Fi hotspot has no encryption. Connect to this Wi-Fi hotspot on a computer, laptop, or smartphone.
You can also connect a computer to the LAN port of the PoE adapter to access the Ethernet provided from the 4G router. When connecting to a secondary router, make sure to connect to the WAN port on the secondary router. Refer to LAN Cable / Router Mode.
The DHCP server is enabled on the EZR33 router. DHCP is used to dynamically assign the IP address, gateway, domain name server, and other information to the connected devices. Below are the default DHCP settings.
Router Address (Gateway): 192.168.30.1 Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0 (24) DHCP IP Pool: 192.168.30.100~254 DHCP Lease Time: 12 Hours
If the DHCP function is activated on your device, it will automatically obtain the intranet IP and router IP addresses. Otherwise, you need to configure the IP addresses manually.
Configure TCP/IP on your connected devices, make sure the IP address is within 192.168.30.100~249. The subnet mask should be 255.255.255.0. The router address should be 192.168.30.1.
On iPhone: Goes to
On Android phone: Goes to
On Mac: Goes to
System preferences >
Control panel >
Network and internet >
Change adapter setting (on left window panel) >
Local area connection >
Properties (right click) >
TCP/IPv4 (Internet protocol version 4) >
Obtain an IP address automatically and
Obtain DNS server address automatically Click
OK to exit settings.
OK again in the
Local area connection properties to apply the new configurations.
After connecting your smartphone or computer to the router, open a web browser and type in
http://192.168.30.1 in the URL address bar. Use default password 🔑
admin to log in to the EZR33 router admin.