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We are attempting to install a EOC1650 as a client router. We have been able to configure it as a client router but it does not appear to be broadcasting a signal or recognizing the connection to the modem. What are we missing?

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What model access point are you trying to get it to connect to?
On the EOC-1650, go to the Wireless Network page and click the Site Survey button. This should show you all the APs that are visible to the unit. If you don't see any, either the radio in your 1650 is blown, or your AP isn't set up correctly (to determine which, get close to your AP with your PC and see if it shows up on your PC's wireless screen). If you do see the AP, click the BSSID value to attempt to connect to the AP. The error message, if any, will tell you where to look for your connection problem (password, encryption type, etc.)

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