Question about EnGenius EOC-3220 (EOC3220)
I'll start by stating that I know little about this form of technology - so plain English answers are much appreciated.
I have an iMac and recently purchased an EnGenius EOC-3220+ that is to connect with an Access Point located nearby.
I don't have line-of-sight with the Internet Tower, but my neighbour does so he accepts the signal, runs it through a router and then sends it to the access point where it connects with my 3220+. It then runs down a tree, into my house and to my iMac.
In order to get ANY connection to the internet, I needed to slow my speed to 10 mps from 100. However, even at that rate, I get slow and intermittent connection to the net - I often get a "timed out" error on sites, etc.
Any help is greatly, greatly appreciated
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Posted on Dec 24, 2008
SOURCE: Engenius EOC-3220+
if you have a the router's manual,there is a guide on how to do that.
but in case you dont have the manual go to the device website and get some guide.default ip varied from different manufacturer
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
back side one reset button is there pull out the power cable then pull in that same time you have to press the reset button for three to five sec then all lied's blink all to gather then your default ip address is came then you again configure at default ip
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
Depending on the serial cable you have, you may need a modem (crossover) adapter between the cable and the EOC-3220. A good diagnostic is the following: with the EOC-3220 unplugged from power, connect your serial cable and make all the proper baud rate etc. settings in your serial communications program. When it is running, plug the EOC-3220 into power. If you don't see any garbage characters appear on your screen when you plug the power in, your comm program is probably not set up properly. If you see garbage characters but they are not immediately followed by good information from the EOC-3220, then you either need a null modem adapter inline, or you have a dead EOC-3220. If you've never communicated successfully with an EOC-3220 before over the serial channel, the only way to know if you have a dead one is to try again with a known-good one.
Posted on Oct 27, 2010
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