Question about Motorola Canopy 5.2 GHz Wireless Access Point - AES Encryption (5201AP)
I would advise you to be sure that your routers are MDI/MDIX Compatible, (i.e it can allow you to use either a straight-through or cross-over cable).
If not, then try using a cross-over cable when connecting the routers together.
Also, try making your router's LAN configuration to be DHCP and the one for your Wireless Access Point Static.
Then make sure that they are all in the same Subnet. This is also very important.
Try out these few troubleshooting steps first and keep me posted about the problem.
Hope it helps.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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