Quick Installation Guide

Quick Installation Guide – further information

Follow these important instructions for installing and running the product

Commissioning the router

a) Insert SIM card (SIM 1)
b) Connect antenna (LTE 1)

a) Connect router to the network that is used to establish the Internet connection

a) Connect DSL connection line / SFP module with glass fiber line to the
VDSL/ADSL or SFP 1 socket

  1. Connect Internet connectivity (WAN) depending on technology (Cellular Radio, LAN, DSL, Fiber). See following illustrations.
  2. Connect supply voltage (12 V … 24 V DC) to the router (V+ and V- or VIN and GND).
  3. Connect the PC used for configuration to the router (ETH 1) .
  4. Enter IP address of the router in address bar of the browser (default: A DHCP client must be active on the PC. Otherwise, enable the DHCP client or configure a static IP.
  5. Execute the Startup wizard (Wizards menu, Help > Wizards before).

  • A typo or forgetting the confi gured credentials require a reset to default settings to be able to access the router again.
  • Changes to the confi guration will only be stored in the opened profile after clicking Submit button and become effective upon clicking the gear symbol Activate profile.

Click on the button Display help text in the classic web interface to open the Inline-Help. It contains helpful information regarding each individual parameter.
The Online-Help provides further information to the respective topics and can be opened in the Help menu of the classic web interface.

Related documents

  • These Configuration Guides for the icom Connectivity Suite demonstrate the registration and configuration of our routers for this service of INSYS icom for the simple and secure network connection of locations, plants, control centers and mobile devices via a Virtual Private Network as well as the SIM card management portal.
  • Our Configuration Guides for typical applications show how to configure our routers. They help to integrate our routers into your overall solution.
  • These Configuration Guides for the icom Router Management demonstrate typical procedures in the global device and configuration management of INSYS icom.
  • These Configuration Guides for the icom Data Suite provide examples for the configuration of typical applications for this comprehensive, flexible and scalable software package for the interconnection of data points running on our routers with icom OS operating system.
  • For a secure configuration of the router, use our IT security guide.
  • Use the Secure Configuration Guide if your application has particularly high IT security requirements. This demonstrates a configuration that meets the requirements of the Technical Guidelines TR-02102-1 and TR-02102-2 of the Federal Office for Information Security.

Notes on connecting and operating the product

Technical Data

Operate the product only within the permissible technical limits specified in the data sheets. The Technical Data can be found in the data sheet or installation manual.

Technical Boundaries

Max. line length for antennas, power supplies, serial interfaces, inputs and outputs as well as other signals: 30 m
Cable cross-section: 0.25 … 1.5 (2.5) mm² (depending on terminal size), fl exible lines require end sleeves


To get support, contact your sales partner or the Support of INSYS icom (support@insys-icom.de).

Defects Liability Terms

A use other than the intended use, an ignorance of the safety instructions and the documentation, the use of insuffi ciently qualified personnel as well as unauthorised modifications exclude the liability of the manufacturer
for damages resulting from this. The liability of the manufacturer ceases to exist.

Intended Use

The product may only be used for the purposes specified in the manual. In addition, it may be used for the following purposes:

  • Usage and mounting in an industrial cabinet.
  • Switching and data transmission functions in machines according to the machine directive 2006/42/EC.
  • Usage as data transmission device, e.g. for a PLC.

The product must not be used for the following purposes and used or operated under the following conditions:

  • Use, control, switching and data transmission in machines or systems in explosive atmospheres.
  • Controlling, switching and data transmission of machines, which may involve risks to life and limb due to their functions or when a breakdown occurs.

Open Source Software

The product contains, amongst others, so-called open-source software (OSS) that is provided by third parties and has been published for free public use. A list of the OSS used can be found in the classic web interface of the router: Help -> Open Source Licences.