The IP address is set on the LCD panel and I used my browser to try to connect to that address. I keep getting the message that it can't be found. I can't upgrade to a new one because our school has no funds to purchase it and I paid out the wazoo when I bought this one.
I'm wondering if there's someway to reset it or reconfigure somehow w/out using the LCD panel..
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Re: prime array servstation
Is this owned by a school. If it is, many local technology centers will come and work on this for free. Without seeing the device myself it will be hard because finding a tech manual for this item is difficult.
Did PrimeArray know this belonged to a school?
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Try setting it to a static IP address.
open router settings (type your routers ip address in web browser I.e.192.168.1.1)the admin name and password are normally on the router)then lan settings
set the MAC address of tablet as static noting the IP address (192.168.1.4 for example),subnet mask (normally something like 255,255,255,0),etc.( to find your tablets MAC address settings then about)
when you have set the router up, on tablet tap the settings then wifi, modifiy settings tick use static scroll down and enter new ip address ,subnet mask default gateway(your routers in address).
its easy then it looks.
I have one, after finding out how reliable and well-made they are. However, they can be picky during setup, especially since they have a rare 'config IP' address (the number you type into your internet browser's address bar to change the modem's settings). Click here >> 192.168.100.1
See this link for more info.
You may sometimes need to connect to a wireless router locally to update its configuration. Accessing a wireless router's configuration screens requires you to know the router's IP address as well as the admin log in name and password. You should also be aware of a few common Wi-Fi connection problems and how to solve them.
Verify the current local IP address of your router.
Home broadband routers are manufactured to use a default address such
as 192.168.0.1, 192.168.1.1, or 192.168.2.1.
Verify your computer is connected to the router either via an Ethernet cable or wireless association with the router. In either case, ensure your computer possesses a valid IP address.
Open a Web browser window and request a connection to the router using its local IP address. For example, type http://192.168.1.1/ in the browser's address bar to request a connection to a router using the IP address 192.168.1.1.
the browser request is successful, you will be connected to the router
and prompted for the administrative log in (user-name and password)
information. Enter the administrative log in information to
authenticate yourself to use the router's admin screens. Broadband
routers contain default user names and passwords when first installed.
Consult your router's documentation if you need to know the default
If the browser request returns an error message, your computer is likely not connected to the router. You may need to perform additional troubleshooting to establish a connection. Try the following procedures and repeat step 3 above as needed to resolve any connection problems:
a. Reboot (power off and on) your router
b. Temporarily disable your network firewall
c. Reset your router to factory defaults (consult the manufacturer's documentation)
If this is the first
time you are connecting to a wireless router for admin work, consider
using a wired Ethernet link rather than a Wi-Fi link. Your Ethernet
connection will keep working even if you haven't finished configuring or
accidentally break the Wi-Fi settings.
Hi, at first you have to get into both PC's network cards settings > properties of network adapters, select Internet protocol TCP/IP and click on properties - make sure the adapter is set to get the IP address and DNS details automatically.Then get into the routers admin website in web browser (I think 192.168.0.1) while connected to router. Find the option DHCP and select it to enable. Save the settings and try to reconnect with both laptops again and it should work.
Make sure you have the latest firmware downloads for your ServStation. The latest release - 6.11 - has upgrades for the latest Mac operating systems. If you're switching to a PC based solution you shouldn't have any problems connecting to the ServStation. If you still are, what exactly is the error you are seeing?
you need to get into the routers settings (192.168.1.1 in your web browser) and look for DHCP, and enable it so as to give your pc's there automatic ip addresses, also check in the general settings if it's a modem router that you have got a internet connection from your ISP and all the dns and ip addresses are showing.
Go to the properties of each network card in network connections in your control panel and click on the TCP/IP line and click properties again and ensure obtain ip address automatically is selected and click ok.
Restart all pc's if neccasary and refresh your web browser when trying to get online.