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  1. The ENH202, ENH500, ENS202, ENS202EXT, ENS500, ENS500EXT, EnStation2 and EnStation5 has a log-in password limit of up to 12 characters only.
  2. Please see article posted on help center: https://helpcenter.engeniustech.com/hc/en-us/articles/115001767991-Pole-and-Wall-mounting-EnStation2-5-5-AC-AC-
  3. I just finished installing two EnGenius 5 devices in WDS Bridge mode. They are making a connection, but the RSSI is lower than I hoped at -58. I've read that It should be between 0 and -49, and the closer to 0 the better. What troubleshooting steps should I take to try and improve performance? Could it be the quality of the CAT cable? Appreciate the advice. Thanks!
  4. Question: What does P1 and P2 on EnStation5 datasheet means? Answer: P1 and P2 pertains to the antenna polarization
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