Question about EnGenius EOC-3220 (EOC3220)
I've followed all the instructions to the letter for setting the TPU address, and tried changing various setting all over the place but my browser always times out when looking for this address. The device is mounted and pointed at a emitter, and my network connection appears good, I just can't get into the EOC-3220 control screen.
TRY 192.168.1.254 IT WORK FINE FOR ME, AFTER ACCESS I RELOAD A NEW FIRMWARE, AND NOW IS 100% WORKING
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
This isn't a solution, but I couldn't figure out how to respond. Yes I was able to get on at one point, breifly but lost it soon afterwards. I wouldn't know how to ping even if I knew what command line you are talking about. My best guess if I had to pick from your suggestion is #6 because I did reach it at one point and I've tried with two different computers laptop and PC with same results. I am using the bridge that came with it. I found a method online for resetting the eoc-3220 back to default settings, but it requires a Null modem cable which I don't have. I've been stymied and am currently in the middle of working a string of 12 hour shifts with limited internet access so won't have time to look at the problem again until the weekend.
Posted on Aug 22, 2007
Have you EVER been able to access the control screen on this network? Can you ping the device from the command line? Did you try to telnet to the device? Without getting into a troubleshooting scenario on my first question, the possible problems are: 1)The device's IP is conflicting with another network device. 2)The device's internal subnet mask is incorrect (most likely it is 255.255.255.0, though) 3)Your subnet mask is not matching the devices. 4)The device is at another IP address instead of 192.168.1.1 (don't laugh and don't trust the documentation, been there, done that) 5) The device reset and defaulted back to factory IP. 6)The device is in a hazy electrical state where it needs a hardware reset. 7)You are trying to connect to it without a switch between it and your computer. 8)The device needs a cross-over cable to connect to your computer directly. Since each one of these items could be the cause, you will have to check and discard them one by one. ZT3000 "Beta tester of "0"s and "1's"
Posted on Aug 19, 2007
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