I have a PCS Powerscan that won't always scan a barcode. The device with "beep" as if a scan was captured, but no data is detected. Attempted in Notepad as well. If I unplug the device and plug it back in, it then works, but only for a few scans. The cycle then repeats itself.
I know it's not a distance issue with the Wireless device, since I am scanning right next to the Transmitter.
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Crossover UTP cable is used from point to point communications between 2 computers or it connects two devices of the same type. For example DTE - DTE or DCE - DCE. DTE stands for data terminal equipment and DCE stands for data circuit terminating equipment.It is connected directly from one computer to the other. Hope this simple solution could help you to solve your problem. Mam/Sir don't forget me to rate me up I really appreciate what ratings you have given to me. Thanks a lot and God Bless.
I'm having a very similar issue with 5 MSM410's (at 2 differant locations), purchased at the same time, from the same vendor.
With 2, when connected using PoE Injector, the AP gets hot (at the Data/Poe port), and only permits 3 devices to connect before the devices start losing the ability comminicate beyond the AP (i.e. I can logon to the AP with the Web Interface (WI), but cannot ping the DHCP server or even the Gateway device on the other side of th AP from the devices, but can ping both directions without issue from the AP's WI). HOWEVER; when connected using the PoE from a Cisco ASA-5505 (port 0/6 or 0/7) the devices work flawlessly.
- For this site, I replaced the Power Injector first, then replaced the AP. No change
- When connected to the PoE on the Cisco the unit does not run "Hot".
With 3 others at another location, they only allow 3 devices to connect and will disconnect any devices previously connected. These 3 are supplied PoE from Dell PowerConnect Gigabit Switches (also used to supply power to the VoIP and PoE Security Camera's), and also run Hot at the Data/PoE ports. We have not tried power injectors at this site.
I've tried to find any indication of how to adjust the PoE and Data Port settings to resolve this, but cannot find anything, and this appears to be a unique issue, as noone I have contacted has ever experianced it.
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.
DsL is a glorified phone connection its not smooth and is always in a state of flaux along with your neighbors there neighbors so on and so forth technecoly i would run cable connection that does not flaux with neighbors always have a strong signal and wont interfere with your videos DsL is slow as 58 bit data fax modem i found it a waist of money and time waiting for system to play catch up now if you want to play videos with out interupt turn off cable dsl modem this will bring function back to normal in video mode your comps fine its just your service provider
DsL is slow as 58 bit data fax modem i found it a waist of money and time waiting for system to play catch up
buy a cabled connection this will have great speed
or you can get an amplified signaler for you dsl from your service provider
Based on the category you picked I need to ask if you want to connect a wireless adapter in a computer to the one wireless router you have or do you have such a large area that you need two wireless routers to cover the space. They are two very different issues. Please add a comment to this issue if you really have two routers -- it is a different problem than the one I will describe.
Assuming the picture of the device is right and it is another wireless adapter you need to connect to the router.-- the simple answer is basically the same as the ones before which is probably not helpful now. (Assuming the wireless adapter is installed and the drivers loaded.) Then if you have an secure network (where WEP or WPA was enabled) you probably will need to connect to the specific network using your adapters manufacturer's software or Windows Wireless Zero Configuration where you will probably need to supply a network name (SSID) and the passphrase that was configured inro the router. If you have an unsecured network your adapter may work without configuration. There is one other possible issue -- most routers dynamically assign ip address and other information to the adapters. If your router was not configured to supply all information including DNS addresses we may have some additional configuration to apply to the wireless adapter.
Please respond if these steps are two complex so I can provide additional information. Please provide the manufacturer and model of the wireless router and wireless adapter if that is the case so I can provide more detailed information specific to your hardware.