I am an isp provider. I just added another ap and wb in another town. I continues to drop off if I try to access it via the breeze com tool. I have changed out radios, power supplies, and many other attempted fixes. It is causing a great deal of trouble with my customers - If any one can help please contact me at email@example.com.
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Re: work bridge alvaion pro 11
Have you considered contacting Alvarion directly?
If this is a revenue producing venture I would be contacting them. It could be the box itself, bad antenna connections, or simply a firmware issue. Seems like you have tried all the normal fixes.
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You don't seem to understand what an Access Point is.
an AP is used to extend your wireless range and will connect to your router to provide network and internet access. An AP by itself cannot connect to the ISP since it does not use a WAN port
a router is an AP that will allow you to connect to your ISP for internet connection. A router can be configured to work as an AP but a AP cannot function as a router.
Read the manual. When you reset the AP the IP of the AP device became 192.168.1.1
That means you need to set the IP address of your computer to 192.168.1.x where x is anything from 253-2 and the subnet mask to 255.255.255.0
I think I was having a similar problem with my DAP-1522 ... FW Version 1.10 being used as an access point. I recently discovered that I was not able to connect to the configuration pages using a web browser by typing in it's IP address (192.168.0.50). When I originally set this up device up on my network, it worked just fine, but at some point in time, it stopped working. My solution to this problem was to set the switch on the back of the 1522 from Auto to AP, then re-boot the DAP-1522 by removing power, waiting 10 seconds, then plugging power back in. Once the AP re-booted, I was then able to access the configuration login page by typing 192.168.0.50 into my browser. My DAP-1522 access point is connected via port 1 to my D-link router, a DGL-4100, via a DGS-2208, 8 port gigabit switch. Hope this helps!
The first step here is to identify exactly what portion of the link is the culprit. Clearly you must have some sort of AP in the remote building for the handheld devices to connect to, since the bridge radio won't perform that function. So I would attach an AP of that type directly to the ProCurve and see if the problem is present or absent when you try to sync devices using that AP without any involvement by the Engenius units at all. If you isolate the behavior to the Engenius units, you may have to play with the Data Rate and Fragment Threshold settings.
I have solved the problem:
- first, I had to change the management address in CF-WFAP into address that could be recognized by the router (i used 192.168.1.2),
- DHCP turned off, and set default gateway and DNS to 192.168.1.1. as in router, computer IP was set to 192.168.1.xxx, push "apply", change web address to new one,
- set AP mode to station-infrastructure, push "apply" buton to restart AP,
- set security to same security as in router and copy key into proper field, push "apply" again to reset the AP
- finaly check wireless station around and choose the router (same encription)
clear your browser cache, close, relaunch your browser and try again You probably cant access it because you are not authorized. If its locked on your rooftop then your ISP should configure your access and that you're not authorized.
Hi Nitangel Before proceeding with modem installation you need to gather your connection details from your Internet Provider. You will need to know or find out the following information about your new ADSL connection from your Internet Service Provider:
Connection Type: PPPoE PPPoA Bridge RFC1483 Default IP address: 10.1.1.1 (USB 10.1.1.2) Username: admin Password: admin · Username / password (PPP connections only) · IP address / Subnet Mask / Default Gateway (Bridge connections only) · DNS IP Addresses (optional)
To set up, log into the modem using your WEB browser: type http://10.1.1.1 in the address bar and press Enter. Enter username 'admin' and password 'admin' (default setting).
Go to Quick Configuration page. Set Refresh Rate to "No Refresh".
If it is a PPPoE or PPPoA CONNECTION: Select Operation Mode: PPP. In the Connection Type drop-down menu select PPPoE or PPPoA profile. Enter username and your password. Select CHAP under Authentication Type (check with your ISP if not sure).
If it is a BRIDGED RFC1483 CONNECTION: Select Operation Mode: Bridge. If you do not see "Bridge" options please update your modem's firmware at http://www.dlink.com.au/tech/ Select LLC or VC Mux as suggested by your provider.
Make sure your VPI/VCI is set according to your ISP requirements: Click on "Save & Reboot" to save settings.
Then give modem a minute or two to reboot and reconnect. Restart your computer and you should be able to access the Internet.
You do not have to run any login client on your computer or router because your modem logs to your ISP automatically. Hope this information helps if I can help further let me know.