You will see that various LEDs will turn on and some of them will start blinking. This means that the AIRLink is live and booting up. In particular, make sure that the PWR green LED is solid. This means that the AIRLink is powered up and running properly.
Check available WiFi networks on your computer or tablet and connect to AIRLink network to set up the initial WiFi connection of the AIRLink.
Default password: airlink1
Once you're connected to the AIRLink network, open the web browser and proceed with the initial configuration.
Go to: 10.42.0.1
This is the default IP address of the AIRLink. You will see the following welcome page:
This page displays the generic information about the system including its status, system ID and current software version. You can see the current WiFi network status by clicking Show WiFi Status:
By default, AIRLink is configured as the access point. If you would like to connect AIRLink to your home or office WiFi network then click the Connect to WiFi network button.
You will see the discovered WiFi networks list:
Select the network you would like to connect to and click on its name. You will be asked to enter the WiFi network password:
After you have typed the password please click Connect.
In our case we found our that the IP address of the AIRLink in the home / office network is 192.168.1.157
Therefore, if we go to 192.168.1.157 in the web browser we will see the same welcome page.
By default, your AIRLink is owned by the manufacturer (Sky-Drones) or other licensed manufacturer. You can claim ownership of the AIRLink and assign it to your account.
Go to the main configuration page of AIRLink using IP address discovered in the steps above. In Ownership Transfer section click Claim Ownership:
Enter your Sky-Drones Cloud email and password to authenticate. Click Authenticate:
If the authentication was successful you will see the following message confirming that your identity was successfully verified.
Click Claim Ownership of this AIRLink. If successful – you should see the following confirmation message: