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OTC WiJET Video

I just bought a WiJet Video adapter, and it did not come with the software CD. I have discovered that this seems to be an optional feature as the device itself has the software within itself. I have been unable to retreive the software even though my computer has successfully connected to the device. Can anyone help?

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  • jlross Apr 12, 2008

    OTC's website appears in German in my browser, at leat I think it is German. The link you gave me gives me more options than I have found to date, but Im not sure what those options are.

  • jlross Apr 17, 2008

    That link got me the software. Thanks greatly. Unfortunately, I cannot seem to open a session with the unit. My computer sees the WiJET, and the network card connects with it, but the session wont launch, it says there are no WiJET's available for connection, even though Im connected to it.

  • chigrboy May 07, 2008

    I have the same problem. Brand new unit came without software. After looking on the net, I was able to click on the right page (in German) to download the software. I can connect wirelessly to the unit but PSM software says it can't find the Wijet. I should have known with such a stupid name like WiJet that I should have research this more. The company no longer exists so if you're thinking about buying one, DON'T!



    Also, the power connection is flaky. If you move the unit slightly it reboots. Yes, the power cord is firmly attached.



    I still can't connect to it. Did anyone find a solution?




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You have to wait until windows show limited connection (but you already have an IP address given by WiJET).
Open Internet Explorer.
Type the following address:
169.254.98.171
Username: Admin
Password: Public
You're inside the WiJET and ready to configure the options for the connection.

Posted on Jun 07, 2008

Have you tried appending ":8888" to the ip address of the wijet in order to get the software?

Hope this helps.

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Have you download the PSM software from www.otcwireless.com ?

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  • hcstechgirl Apr 12, 2008

    I am having the same problem also, but I think I need a firmware update. I have a WiJET.Video firmware ver. 1.0.1. Please someone help us!

  • hcstechgirl Apr 13, 2008

    Click on the follwing link:



    http://www.otcwireless.com/index.php/Sup...



    I hope it helps.

  • hcstechgirl May 06, 2008

    Sorry for replying back so late. I am having the same problem. It cannot develop a connection through the Presentation software we downloaded from otc wireless, but my computer sees the WiJET fine. I'm wondering are we using the correct software? I hope we find a solution.

  • hcstechgirl Jun 23, 2008

    Hello Geosave,



    I can log onto the web interface and configure the wijet but the PSM software will not detect the device. Any solutions?

    Thanking you in advance.

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