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OTC Wireless Bridge

After the Wireless Bridge installation I was able to connect my laptop directly into the hub and get to the internet. The wireless bridge was setup so that our two warehouse could stay on one network along with IP phones so that our phone system in both buildings could communicate as one. After the IP phone installation only one of the IP phone is connecting properly though they're both configured exactly the same. On the IP phone that is not connecting it reads "finding ip card". When I try to connect my laptop to the IP phone that is working correctly the phone's connection is lost until I disconnect the laptop. Should I use a crossover cable to solve this? I've been trying to figure this out for the past week and the IP phone techs don't have a resolution and the OTC tech also do not understand why it was working and now it is not. I would truly appreciate any suggestions. Thanks. Ruth Lalputan

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Re: OTC Wireless Bridge

Care to check if the ip card software is properly installed? 

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