There are 4 LB5830 in two links back to back the first link is 7.2 miles and the second is 2.2 miles. The first link stats are as follows two LB5830 radios 7.2 mile link has a SN:12.06 on the near end and a SN:15.20 on the far end. The link is set at 5.780 GHZ and the throughput is set at 70MEG and is running about 18MEG.
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1) reset your browser (internet explorer). 2) connect your access point (AP) to your pc directly using LAN port and CAT5 cable 3) type in default IP address of AP->192.168.0.50 (Or Current IP address of Ap) in browsers address bar. 4) username = Admin and blank password (i.e. password is no text) 5) Click on Advance Button then click on Wi-Fi Protected Setup button on left menu pan. 6) See the image below record your current pin, if you wish to change it just press generate new pin button. 7) Don't forget to say thanks :)
1) Switch On the connected router enter the IP address 192.168.0.1 in the address bar at the top of your browser. 2) Give admin as username, leave the password blank, click ok. 3) In the left panel, select Wireless to open the Wireless Settings. 4) Change SSID. Replace the SSID which you will remeber. 5) For Security, select WEP. Select Shared Key for Authentication and type in your key. eg, manage1234 6) Click Apply
1. Do not attempt to configure your wireless router with a wireless connection. If the wireless connection gets interrupted, you may (probably will) not be able to reconnect to the router. 2. Go to http://www.pingplotter.com/freeware.html 3. Download and install pingplotter. The free version. 4. Run ping plotter to determine the IP address of your router. Click on tucows.com and click on trace. Your router will be the FIRST IP address listed. 5. Write the IP address down. If it is not 192.168.0.1 someone has already configured the router. 6. Log in to your router using a wired connection with the IP address you wrote down. (if you cannot do this due to fthe router being pre-configured by your Internet Provider or other problems, you can force your router to reset to the factory defaults and configure it yourself.
6a. Use a straightened paper clip or similar object to force the router to reset itself to the factory defaults. Put the paper clip in the reset hole next to the WAN connector on the router and hold it for 10 seconds. This will force reset your router. 7. Remove the power from your router for at least five minutes. This will cause your IP to reset his connection to your router. 8. Log back in to your router using a wired connection. 9. The default D-link IP address is 192.168.0.1. The D-link default user name is admin. The password is blank. No NOT blank, just enter nothing but the user name and click on the next button. 10. You should be able to configure the router to your satisfaction. 11. Remember to change the Administrator log on information (name and password). 12. You may find it necessary to duplicate a MAC address in order to connect to your IP.
I have had similar problems with DWL-2100 and (much less often) with DWL-3200. I have no solution, but a workaround: changing the authentication mode. For example, if the units are using WPA-Personal, I change it (on both) to WPA2-Personal or WPA-Auto-Personal. It doesn't seem to matter which mode is used, it's just the fact of changing it that helps (eventually). You may have to go through the process more than once. Also, realize that although the web interface comes up 30 seconds or so after a reboot, it may take another 30-60 seconds before a link is established, so don't give up too soon while trying these changes.
You need to connect the access apoint directly to a pc with a CAT5 cable then set up a static ip on the pc which I assume you know how to do it, for the static ip put 192.168.0.5 subnet is 255.255.255.0 and gateway is 192.168.0.1 then save the settings, then check first if there's a good connection between the access point and pc, go to the command prompt then type PING 192.168.0.50 if you receive 4 replies go now open the http://192.168.0.50 if you receive 4 request time out reset the access point and and ping it again if still 4 request time out after you reset it replace that access point.