I checked it out and it seems you don't have to manually reset/reboot it. You just have to log on to the AP, then choosing REBOOT after you are done, then the changes will that place annd you should be fine.
Note: due to the built-in internal directional patch antenna, repeater mode and WDS option do not apply in WH-5400CPE.
I hope this helps you. Enjoy!
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you would need to directly connect your computer ( Laptop ) and access point. check ip address of your access point in Command prompt = ipconfig once you have your access point's ip, pull up a browser ( Internet Explorer ) and place ip address on the address bar and press enter. once your inside the GUI (Graphic User Interface ) of your AP, click wireless security so you can see your password.
you configure this device, note that when the AP is configured through
an Ethernet connection, (via RJ45 Network Cable) make sure the manager
PC must be set on same the IP network. For example, when the default
network address of the default IP address of the AP is 192.168.1.1,
then the manager PC should be set at 192.168.1.x (where x is a number
between 2 and 254), and the default subnet mask is 255.255.255.0. Open Internet Explorer 5.0 or above Web browser. Enter IP address http://192.168.1.1 (the factory-default IP address setting) to the address location. Please refer here to the Latest User Manual for Encore ENRWI-G Page 9 onwards describes the login details.
Is there a RESET button on the back of the router, if so power it up and press the RESET button until all the LEDs flash and reconfigure the router.
Try a different LAN cable, the other could be faulty
Install the latest LAN and wireless card drivers (this problem sometimes occurs when you install a new router).
Check the LAN and wireless cards are functioning correctly in Device Manager.
Open the DOS cmd window.
Test the NIC - loopback test address - ping 192.0.0.1
Ping the router's IP configuration address
Type ipconfig to see what IP address you get (if any)
Type inconfig /renew all - this will (should) get a new IP address from the router's DHCP
Simple solution, firstly do not press the reset button to long as it will erase all software, or you will have to do this the hard way. google the software called ScanTool run that from either ethernet or wireless, this tool shows you the AP-700's ip, mac, and name (some techs run these AP's coadjacent so it shows the name as well). You can change the ip of the AP-700 from here most of the time with the proper pass, then you should be able to connect to it regardless. if this dont help ... Proxim/Support/AP700 you will find more of an in depth approach of these things there.
I had the same problem and got the resettor software,it still did not reset the cpe, i took matters into my own hands and shorted the sw1 jumper on the board for about 30 secs.
There 5 small silver strips, 3 are right next to each other ,the other 2 are apart and also next to each other. Short the 2 that lie side by side for about 30 secs and your cpe is reset to factory default.
Once reset right click on the connection in the task bar ( icon with two computers) click status, click properties, scroll down and select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), click properties, click use the following IP address:, and add the following: