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A hard reset will remove all your
settings, and your device will be restored to factory default settings.
Do not perform a hard reset unless
you have backed up your settings or you can do the configuration again. Directly press and hold the reset
button on the rear panel with a pin for approximately 6 to 10 seconds when the
device is running, then the device will be reset and reboot automatically.
1. Make sure the device is powered on before it reboots completely.
2. After the hard reset, the IP address of the device should be change to the
default 192.168.1.1/192.168.0.1, and the default login username and
password are both admin.
3. Ensure that the IP address of your computer is in the same IP range with the
device. That means your computer should have an IP address like 192.168.1.X/192.168.0.X
(X is in range of 2~253), and the subnet mask is 255.255.255.0, the default
gateway should be 192.168.1.1/192.168.0.1, which is the IP address of the
There is probably a reset button somewhere on the device, it is probably a small pinhole that you put a paper-clip into the reset. If it has its own http web page, there is likely a reset to factory defualts option.
The ip of the computer connecting to it should not change. On a computer connected to it, open cmd start>run then type in cmd, and type 'ipconfig'. It will display details about your connection. Where it says 'default gateway' is the ip of the device. You could try to put the ip in your browser and see if the device has a web page.
You can reset the device through RS232 port then please follow the below steps.
You need a laptop with Console port and a console cable for EOC-8610 EXT, You really dont need the IP address if you want to do it via console (RS232) interface.
1. Connect the console cable one end to EOC-8610 EXT RS232 port and other end to Laptop serial port.
2. Open Hyper terminal and select com-port option and then provide the username and password for the device management.
3. Go inside the system menu and select Reset Factory default.
Remember if u set to load the factory default settings, the device will loose its config and will boot up with factory default configuration.
You can use this unit either as an access point, to provide wireless access to a network you already have, or as a bridge, to access a remote wireless network someone else has.
Note that you own the EXT model, meaning that you have to attach your own antenna to the connector before it will function. There is no internal antenna on this model.
Configuration instructions are available at
EOC-3220 Series User Manual
Factory reset instructions are available at:
1 ) Check if IP address is the correct address of your Gateway. Check if you can ping. Be sure you have your Java enabled Some router requires a specific Browser (IE6 or IE7) and cannot respond to different browser. Be sure to remove any Java protection from your Browser. Check with user manual if IP address requires also a specific port number ( 8080 or other). Be sure to Connect Router using Lan cable 2) Change your PC IP setting to same subnet as your router Control Panel / Network settings / properties of TCP/IP define an IP address and a subnet mask compatible with Router as gateway. 3) If you are not sure of Router IP address use reset button on router back to factory default; use this to configure router.
I do not know what you have for a DHCP server but some DHCP servers will show you what devices have been given IP addresses which you can use that information to find what address it is at now. Other than that you can use the guess and check method just going through IP addresses until the page comes up, you can use network mapping software to scan your network to find it or you can reset the access point to factory defaults where it will have the default IP address that you can then connect to and re configure it the way you want it.
I assume you have the unit set to alocate ip addresses automatically in other words the dhcp is set to enabled in the settings.
If so it maybe that the address is registering wrong, you can either click start>run> then type ipconfig /flushdns, or uninstal your wireless network card in device manager then restart the pc to automatically install it again as this will set it back to default, but remember to make sure obtain ip address automatically is enabled in the adapters properties on the tcp/ip properties.