I have a Senao 3220 outdoor unit configured as an access point. Normally I access it from my browser with http//192.168.1.2/ when DHCP disabled.
I tried to enable it as a DHCP client and now am not able to reach the configuation page any more. Can you help?
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Re: Senao 3220 - access configuration info
I do not know what you have for a DHCP server but some DHCP servers will show you what devices have been given IP addresses which you can use that information to find what address it is at now. Other than that you can use the guess and check method just going through IP addresses until the page comes up, you can use network mapping software to scan your network to find it or you can reset the access point to factory defaults where it will have the default IP address that you can then connect to and re configure it the way you want it.
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You can use this unit either as an access point, to provide wireless access to a network you already have, or as a bridge, to access a remote wireless network someone else has.
Note that you own the EXT model, meaning that you have to attach your own antenna to the connector before it will function. There is no internal antenna on this model.
Configuration instructions are available at
EOC-3220 Series User Manual
Factory reset instructions are available at:
back side one reset button is there pull out the power cable then pull in that same time you have to press the reset button for three to five sec then all lied's blink all to gather then your default ip address is came then you again configure at default ip
There are multiple issues here, and vague reports.
The original poster's problem could be caused by any number of configuration errors. Without him reporting his configuration, it would be impossible to diagnose this problem.
The April poster reports a non-problem, in that his PC's indication that his LAN is active means only that the device at the other end of his ethernet cable is communicating properly with his PC, but says nothing about whether access to the internet past that point is active or not. He reports other valid problems, such as difficulty understanding and performing the configuration process, but again much more detail is necessary in order to pursue his issue.
The March poster reports a symptom that implies that he has a bad cable, POE, or main unit (assuming that his PC ethernet port is known good). Swapping components to identify the faulty one is indicated here. I realize that an average user may not have more than one of some of these components, but someone will have to do this to identify the issue.
1 ) Check if IP address is the correct address of your Gateway. Check if you can ping. Be sure you have your Java enabled Some router requires a specific Browser (IE6 or IE7) and cannot respond to different browser. Be sure to remove any Java protection from your Browser. Check with user manual if IP address requires also a specific port number ( 8080 or other). Be sure to Connect Router using Lan cable 2) Change your PC IP setting to same subnet as your router Control Panel / Network settings / properties of TCP/IP define an IP address and a subnet mask compatible with Router as gateway. 3) If you are not sure of Router IP address use reset button on router back to factory default; use this to configure router.
If you have the radio configured as a bridge (not a bridge-router), you must ensure that your computer is in the same LAN IP subnet as the remote router. If the remote router supplies DHCP, this should happen automatically; if not, you must configure your computer manually.
Once there, you may have to manually define DNS servers on your computer in order to access machines on the internet by name. If you can browse to http://184.108.40.206, but not to http://google.com, your problem is solely lack of defined DNS servers. This is not an artifact of the Engenius units, but the remote server.
I have NO EXPERIENCE with this equipment; but have researched this to some degree on the internet. If you are willing to experiment with me we may both learn something. First thing I learned is the difference between ad hoc and infrastructure networks. I have a feeling the default for most wireless routers and wireless adapters is an infrastructure approach. From reading the EEOC-3220 documentation its default is called bridge mode which is an ad hoc network. (this would seem to require reconfiguring your wireless adapter whenever you move from indoors to outdoors -- not desirable.) This can be changed to an infrastructure network by configuring it as an access point which also appears to allow configuration of additional security options including WEP or WPA encryption and MAC checking and could allow hiding the SSID if desired -- all of which apparently could and should match your indoor wireless router. The preferable configuration for the EOC-3220 would be to set an IP address statically (dynamic may be possible) to one valid for the indoor wireless routers subnet and not already used in your indoor wireless router's subnet and disable DHCP on the EOC-3220 and allow your indoor network to control DHCP for the outdoor segment. From what I can tell this configuration should allow the two wireless devices to attach to your PC in a seamless or transparent manner.