If your trying to connect the mount to your home wifi in station mode? discussed here and should work equally with your HEM...
Here is an overview of the thread....
- connect to the wifi of your mount
- open a brower and connect to ip 10.10.100.254, login admin/admin
- the you see a full menu to manage the way your mount uses its wifi
- by default it come in AP mode, but there is an STA mode which is a client mode able to connect to other wifi
- you directly go to STA setting, click on scan, when u find your local wifi, select it, give its password, and the mount connect to it, so u lose the current connection
- reconnect your PC to your LAN, do a search for IP adresses on your LAN and u will find your CEM70 with its IP given by your DHCP
- then launch commander, select wifi, custom, put there the ip of the mount and go...
So that post answered a lot of questions, but I thought I'd add some other things I noticed.
The initial wifi connection requires a default password of '12345678'
If you have an Android phone, you can also get to the configuration page at 10.10.100.254 by choosing "manage router" after clicking the gear icon next to the "Current network" name on your phone.
As bemo47 stated, use admin / admin for the username / password.
You can select "AP+STA mode" on the "Work Mode" screen, thereby enabling both modes, but the iOptron Commander Lite app can't find the mount unless you connect to the mount directly (AP).
SkySafari can connect to the mount either way, though you need to set the IP address differently for AP vs STA mode.
Sometimes after connecting via one mode (AP or STA), you have to use the HC to restart wifi to accept connections from either mode.
If you run into problems with the mount not responding, you can use the HC to restart wifi under the Settings menu.
When connected via STA mode, you can still get to the mount wifi config page by browsing to the IP address that your router assigned it.
The signal strength of the built-in wifi is pretty cr@ppy even with a decent antenna attached, but it works well enough for moving the mount around during setup.