If you are experiencing service issues
Follow these steps to resolve most problems that can be solved without technical support.
A call to WLETC will need to be made in order to determine if you are experiencing an External Network or Internal Network issue.
WLETC supports external network issues including problems with your WLETC radio and power adapter as well as our towers and upstream network devices. WLETC does not support internal network Issues. This includes issues with your computer, router(customer owned) or other home network devices. If you are experiencing an internal network issue and a service technician is dispatched, you will be billed for the service call. As an alternative, we may refer you to a third party technician for your internal network issue. The only exclusion is the purchase of a WLETC router or gateway with the support package that is included upon purchase. This support only includes the router or gateway itself other internal IT support issues will be differed or billed accordingly.
Unplug the Power Cable to your WLETC Power Adapter . At the same time unplug the power cable to your router, if used.If you have a WLETC router that is black with a WLETC label on it then all that needs to be done is to unplug power to the WLETC router.
Ensure the POE Ethernet Cable is securely connected.The POE Ethernet Cable is often black or grey and runs outside to your radio.Unplug and reconnect the cable until it clicks firmly into place.
Plug-in your WLETC Power Adapter Power Cable.
The Power Light should be on solid and not blinking.
If you have a router; leave it powered off at this time.If you have a WLETC router then plug in the power to the WLETC router.
Ensure the LAN Ethernet Cable is securely connected.
The LAN Ethernet Cable should connect to the ‘Internet‘ ‘WAN‘ or ‘Uplink‘ port on the router OR directly to the Ethernet Port on your computer. Unplug and reconnect the cable at both ends until it clicks firmly into place.
THIS CABLE SHOULD NOT BE PLUGGED INTO A NUMBERED PORT ON THE ROUTER
Re-boot your computer, and wait until it has fully loaded.
If you have a router, re-connect the power cable at this time.
If you have a WLETC router this should already be power on.
Check your Web Browser and check for a connection. Its always good to wait at least 2 or 3 mins for everything to initialize and finish booting.
If you are still unable to get online AND you are connected through your router then you will need to bypass your router.
If you have a black WLETC Router with WLETC label on top then a call to the office or fill out our support form here for further trouble shooting.