Hardware Installation Chapter 1:
4. Do not mount the 4500 on the wall as shown below.
You can mount the 4500 in a 19” rack by using the rack-mount kit supplied with the product.
1. Attach the ear mounts to both sides of the 4500 with the screws.
2. Attach the 4500 with the ear mounts to the shelf by screwing the ear mounts to the shelf
Connecting the Power and Cables
1. Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to local LAN port 4 of the 4500. This port can be
seen in the area “B” of Figure 1-2. Connect the other end of the cable to your
computer’s Ethernet port.
2. Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to the WAN port of the 4500, shown in Figure 1-
2 as “D,” and the other end to Ethernet port of an appropriate device based on your
deployment scenario. Please see section 1.2.3 for examples of deployment scenarios.
3. Plug one end of the power adapter into an AC outlet and the other end into the power
receptacle on the 4500. Make sure that the power and status LEDs, shown in Figure 1-
1 as “A” and “B”, are solid green after a short while.
Always connect the AC power cord to an AC outlet suitable for the power
supply that came with the unit in order to reduce the risk of damage to it.
•Connect one end of the AC power cord to the power adapter and the
other one to the AC outlet.
•Connect plug from the power adapter to the Power Connector on the
4500. Sometimes a little force is necessary to get the plug properly
Secure the power adapter using a fastener or tie wrap to nearby shelf so that it
does not hang from the power connector.
•If connecting to a WAN router, cable modem or DSL modem, then
connect the Ethernet cable to the Ethernet WAN port on the 4500 and
the other end to the WAN device.
18.104.22.168 Initial Configuration
You can configure the 4500 using a web browser such as Internet Explorer or Netscape
Navigator. The 4500 is shipped with the pre-configured IP address 192.168.1.1 for the LAN