Set up your Elderflower
Some assembly required -- tools not included
1) Connect the power adapter and cable to your Stem (AGW), then connect to a power source
2) Using one of the provided ethernet cables, connect your Stem to an internet source (either a Router or an ethernet switch) -- be sure the end of the cable attached to your Stem is connected to the port labeled 'NETWORK'
***Note: we recommend using the provided 14' ethernet cables to link your Stem to your internet source, as well as your Flower (radio) to your POE injector
3) Connect your Stem to the POE (Power Over Ethernet) injector with one of the included ethernet cables, then connect the POE injector to a power source -- be sure to connect one end of the ethernet cable to the port on your Stem labeled 'RADIO', and the other end of the cable to the port on your POE injector labeled 'LAN'
***Note: we recommend using the 7' ethernet cable to connect your Stem with your POE injector
4) Loosen the two screws on the latch covering the ethernet port of your Elderflower, then open the latch; connect one end of an included ethernet cable to the port on your Elderflower labeled 'WAN/IPOE+' port -- please be sure to route the ethernet cable through the soft cable pass-through in the ethernet chamber to avoid crushing and damaging the ethernet cable when closing the latch -- then close the latch and tighten the two screws; the other end of the ethernet cable can be connected to the port on your POE injector labeled 'POE'
5) Please allow your newly setup Elderflower Flower 2-5 minutes to come fully online and connect to the internet; if your Flower has been setup properly, you should see the 'PWR' LED indicator lit up solid green, and the 'CELL2' or 'CELL1' LED indicator slowly blinking; once you see the proper LED indicator light sequence, you may proceed to the Confirm Signal Strength section of the Flower Troubleshooting guide