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What to do if you are unable to access your KR1 (esp after firmware upgrade):

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  • What to do if you are unable to access your KR1 (esp after firmware upgrade):

    This is straight out of the D-Link support F.A.Q -- http://support.dlink.com/faq/view.as...&question=KR-1


    What can I do if my KR-1 crashes and becomes inaccessible?

    Note: Kyocera KR1 Mobile Router does not guarantee forward compatibility with Internet Explorer 7.0

    If your KR-1 crashes and you cannot log into the unit anymore, you may still be able to restore it to complete functionality. To do this, you will need to perform a crash recovery as detailed below.

    Note: Before you begin this process, make sure to disconnect any power or ethernet cables from the KR-1. Also, your EV-DO card and any USB cables should be removed.

    Step 1: Download the latest firmware. You can find the latest firmware for the KR-1 here.

    Step 2: Assign a static IP address to the NIC in the computer used for the firmware upgrade of 192.168.0.x (between .2-.25) with a gateway of 192.168.0.1.

    Step 3: Using the tip of a paperclip, press and hold the Reset button while simultaneously plugging in the power supply via the power adapter receptor.

    Step 4: Hold the Reset button for 10 seconds and then release it.

    Note: The Power LED will illuminate green and then the Status LED will blink green, indicating proper connections.

    Step 5: Connect the LAN cable to one of the four LAN ports. The LED of the LAN port you select will illuminate green.

    Step 6: Launch your web browser. An error message may appear. Disregard this message and continue with the steps below.

    Step 7: Enter 192.168.0.1 into the address bar of your web browser. A screen similar to the following should appear.
    KF7RCQ
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