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Re: site survey no signal
Site Survey is meaningful only in bridge mode, not access point mode. Assuming you are operating this unit in bridge mode, it could be possible that no signal is being detected because there are no access points nearby for it to detect. If you know that there are, in fact, working access points in the vicinity, then my first suspicion is that you have a faulty unit.
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Enter the configuration utility inside the unit and run a signal survey. If the survey does not detect any access points, your radio section has gone bad. If it does detect the appropriate access point, examine the signal and noise numbers associated with the access point. For a reliable connection, there should be a difference of at least 18 between the two figures.
After installing the hardware and physical mounting, basic configuration is something like below:
1. Set your computers TCP/IP address temporarily to be a static IP address such as 192.168.1.5; 2. Open your browser and type in 192.168.1.1 in the address bar. The EnGenius password prompt should appear. The default user is admin and the password is also admin. The control interface should now be accessible; 3. Under the Wireless heading click on Site Survey. This will display all the access points in your area. Your ISP or to whatever WiFi network you would want to connect should be listed in the ‘Wireless Site Survey’. Select the access point with the highest signal level or your choice. Click ‘Connect’; 4. After clicking ‘connect’, it should confirm that the EnGenius has connected successfully; 5. Click Ok and it will take you back to the list of wireless site surveys; 6. To confirm that the SSID has been changed go to the ‘Wireless Basic Settings’ page which is in the Wireless submenu in the left side bar. Once on the wireless page go to the box with SSID. The value should read "Your ISP or the WiFi network you would want to connect"; this has to be exact and case-sensitive to connect successfully.
This is just the start, all settings are configurable and actually depends as to how you would want to use the device; as a WiFi Access Point, as a client router mode or Wireless outdoor bridges in WDS mode.
After all settings have been changed to your requirement(s), go back to the PC's control panel and your network connections, and change your TCP/IP address back to DHCP settings (obtaining an IP address automatically). panel window.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Start a HyperTerminal session: Click Start and then select Programs -> Accessories -> Communications -> HyperTerminal. c. Set baud rate as "38400", data bits "8", parity "none", stop bits "1", and flow control as "None". Then press "OK" to bring up the HyperTerminal window.