Hardware Information - SMC 8014WN Internet Modem

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SMC 8014WN Internet Modem
Hardware Information - SMC 8014WN Internet Modem

Power

Solid Green Light: indicates that the unit is receiving power. Flashing Light indicates the startup diagnostics are in progress.

Diag

A solid light on this indicator suggests that the modem is either updating, or has failed and requires a reboot.

Cable

Solid Green Light: indicates that the upstream channel is connected. Flashing Light indicates the modem is scanning for an upstream connection.

Traffic

Solid Green Light: indicates that the modem is now online. Flashing indicates the modem is scanning for network connectivity.

Wireless

Solid Green Light: indicates that wireless Internet is enabled. Flashing indicates that data is currently being transmitted through the wireless network.

WPS

Flashing light indicates that the WPS is currently in use. During normal operation, this light will not be lit.

Lan

1 - 4

When solid, these lights indicate that a connection has been detected. If flashing, this indicates that data is currently transmitting through this ethernet port.

 

 

Rear View

 

Hardware Information - SMC 8014WN Internet Modem rear back view

Antenna

Connects the modem to the wireless antenna

Power

Connects modem to the power supply

Ethernet

1 - 4

Connects the modem to a computer or third party device (router, ethernet hub, etc.)
Cable

Connects the modem to the cable outlet using a coaxial cable

Reset

Button

Resets the modem to factory default settings

 

 

Details/Specifications
Docsis
2.0
WiFi Yes
Wireless Standard
802.11 b/g/n
Operational Frequency2.4 Ghz
Ethernet10/100 Mbps
WPS Available
No
SecurityWEP, WPA, WPA2
Router Settings Login URL
http://192.168.0.1/

 

 

 

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