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I have two EAP600 on different ceilings of a house. Both are directly wired to a Netgear GS752TP switch with 48 port PoE. The switch in turn is connected to a cable modem + router from the local cable company Spectrum (formerly Oceanic Cable) with its wireless disabled. Internet is intermittently sluggish. I want both EAP600 setup so they receive Internet via the switch and someone can go between access points without disconnecting from one to connect to the other and without a reduction in signal due to being connected together. I've attached screenshots and a diagram of the configuration. Can someone tell me if I have configure it correctly? Also does the two EAP600 being different H/W and S/W version make any difference? Please let me know if you have any questions or need additional information. EAP600.pdf
Would an EnStation device be able to be set up as a Client Bridge with a ENS1750EXT? I have already mobilized the ENS1750EXT to the mast on the roof and I want to avoid having to run addtional wires or mounting any thing more on the mast if I can avoid it. The ENS1750EXT would be used as the central hub of the client bridge and the EnStation device would be used as the receiver side of the bridge. From there the signal would be broadcast through an SA5219 paired to an ENS500EXT. I just want to make sure that the EnStation will bridge to the ENS1750EXT or if it would be better to have an EnStation-EnStation pair? Everything I've read says that bridge should be compatible, and more so by using devices from the same manufacturer. The other option is to put the ENS1750EXT into mesh mode and simply associate the EnStation as a client.
Hello everyone, Forgive me for my inexperience with the world of networking, but I have a question regarding a wireless Ethernet bridge's capabilities, particularly the ENH202 module. I am wondering whether it would be possible to connect a remote Beaglebone Black (single board computer that runs Linux) to a computer using the ENH202 module. In particular, I want to know whether the ENH202 would allow me to SSH into the Beaglebone Black from the computer. In other words, could I configure the ENH202 to act as a sort of "long distance Ethernet cable?" I know that using a real Ethernet cable, one could SSH into a Beaglebone Black from a computer using just that Ethernet cable.
I've just started a new job and so I'm picking up where my predecessor left off. So I don't know how everything was set up. I have an ENH500 connected to a LED sign in front of me, I also have an ENH500 connected to the router, and my laptop is connected to the wifi from the router. These ENH500s were already set up like this when I arrived. I turn the LED sign on (which in turn sends power to the ENH500 connected to it), and the lights on the ENH500 show, green signal strength, LAN and WLAN are blinking, and obviously the power light is on. Is there a bridge already set up? How do I connect to the ENH500 (either of them)? 192.168.0.1 (or 192.168.1.1) doesn't do anything on my browser (see attachment). Does this mean the IP is changed for the ENH500? (if so, I pressed the reset button on the ENH500 on the LED sign for 15 seconds hoping that would reset its IP but still nothing happened in the browser - do I need to reset the other ENH500 too?). So long story short, how do I connect to my ENH500s? Thanks