The 600 or 700 series Cube has a built-in web server that allows device configuration or firmware updates through its Web User Interface (Web UI).
You may access the Web UI using a computer (Mac/Windows/Linux system), tablet or phone with a web browser such as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer or Safari.
The device with a web browser must be on the same network as the Cube, and the network must not block connections between the devices.
NOTE: Some wireless networks isolate connections so that while you may receive Internet access, you can't connect to other local devices on the same network.
This type of behavior -- called AP/access point isolation, client isolation, or wireless isolation -- is often seen at hotels, coffee shops, or the guest networks provided by businesses, or on mobile broadband wireless hotspots that provide a separate guest network.
To access the Cube's Web UI:
1. Connect your device to the same network as the Cube. This can be through a router such as the Teradek Link, or directly to the Cube in its default Access Point (AP) mode.
2. Once the device is on the same network as the Cube, enter the IP address of the Cube into the web browser on your device. The Cube's IP address can be found using the instructions in this article.