Routers / Switches :: EnGenius M5000 AP - Power On But No Signal?
Apr 12, 2011
I connected an EnGenius M5000 AP/Bridge to a switch, a Modem (VSAT) is also connect to the switch and aslo my Desktop standalone PC. All instructions were followed to install the EnGenius M5000. However, only the Power,Lan, and Wan light indicators are on but the Link/Signal indicators - red, yellow and green are not coming on.I tried pinging 192.168.1.1 according to the default IP address, but still there was no responds. Even I tried resetting it on the firmware, but it can not ping
At 9:15 each night my DLINK router drops the signal.I've tried to unplug it but that doesn't work but it is working again each morning. I can plug directly into the cable modem and it works so I assume it is fine.Is there a time setting on the router?
How do I use an Actiontec 1000 modem (with wireless) and a TP-Link 4 port cable/DSL router and still have a wireless signal? When I connect the ethernet from the modem to the router, the router lights come on but the wireless signal goes down. Want 2 PC's wired (only one port on modem) and still want wirelss signal.
I um using ATT UVERSE for my Internet connection. Now I use a Net-gear what is plugged into the PC and into the ATT "Gateway" How they call it. What is how I see it nothing different than a Router with ATT Logo on, but now to my question I have a LAN Cable going to my living room and have a switch there for all my TV ? PO-Box for streaming my direct TV Internet etc. Now I have not perfect Wireless in the whole house.. no I thought can I use the Net-gear Router in the Living room instead of a switch and also send a wireless signal from there.
I have deployed 2 x Cisco 1522 mesh access point and configured both as root ap. On top of that, I have also customized the power setting for the 802.11a/n signal to value 5. However, I discovered that whenever the mesh APs reboot, the power of 802.11a/n signal to will be reset to value 1.
Thus, I would like to ask is this a norm behaviour or I have mis-configured some setting?
I have a lynksys router hard wired and wifi. It is eworking fine when I tried to set up a new Engenius 9550 router as a repeater I can't get the settings correct. I have reset the 9550 twice and still won't reconize the rounter in the home network.proper settings for the 9550.
I have a laptop running Windows XP that has a wireless card inside.
I have a Single Board Computer (SBC) running Linux that has an 'wireless access point' connected to one of it's Ethernet ports. I want to be able to transfer data between the laptop and the SBC wirelessly (cabling is not an option)
The 'wireless access point' I am using is the EnGenius EOC5611P - it can be configured for: 1. Access Point
2. Client Bridge
3. WDS Bridge
4. Client Router
I don't know which one of these I need,so working that out would be a good start!
I just got a wireless repeater (Engenius ERN 9250) to use in my house, and I'm having issues after setting it up. I set it up using the WPS function with my router (netgear n600), and even if I connected to the repeater my internet would not work. I could access the repeaters admin page wirelessly, and I could ping it (192.168.1.2) just fine. However, if I tried to ping the router it would not work. I made sure that the repeater was connected to my router through the admin page, and I made sure to set the default gateway on the repeater to 192.168.1.1.
i am setting up a network between two houses. I have two Amped Wireless SR300 repeaters and currently I am getting so-so signal strength between the repeaters. To remedy this issue, I purchased two EnGenius EAG-2408 external antenna's.My question is how to calculate how high to mount the antenna. A formula is preferable because I do not know the exact distance off hand and I will have to go out there and measure. I am estimating approximately 75 to 100 yards for the distance. Its flat, with a few trees/brush.
-Transmit Power: Up to 20 dBm -Receiving Sensitivity: -93dBm
I have a SF-300-48P that is power cycling all POE ports (in use) exactly every 30 minutes. The other older cisco POE switches we were replacing did not have this issue. We have about 40 cisco SPA942 IP phones connected to it. Power consumption is about 175 watts total.
This is my second switch, previously tried a SG500X-48P with the same result.
I'm trying to install an Engenius EAP9550, configured as a wireless repeater. the instructions are beyond abominable (as the review on Amazon warned). They tell me to enter 192.168.1.1 (which is my linksys E2000 wireless routers address, though they say nothing about that) and tehn give me no other information on how to configure or set this up.
I have bought a Engenius wireless adapter because the Verizon FIOS router is in the other room and it is not practical to run an Ethernet cable from my PC. The supplied router is a UltraLine Series 3 9100EM Router, and the wire less adapter model is a EnGenius EUB9801. The signal is fine with every other wireless device inside my place.
I looked around the messages, but could not find anything on this topic. I need assistance with the CISCO WRT54G2 V1. I have an EnGenius EOC5611P (500mW) Repeater set up in my RV and it connects directly to the PC inside my RV using, a CAT 5 connection. I am now using a laptop and would like to connect to the EOC5611P using wireless. "Can I re-configure the WRT54G2 to connect the 5611?" (I would plug the router directly into the 5611). According to EnGenius support, it is possible, but the router would have to be re-configured, but they do not support this setup. I would purchase an EnGenius EAO 7530 which would work perfectly, but the price is $245. Here is the link to the 5611 information [URL]
We are looking for a power adapter for a cisco switch Sf302-08p. We can't find the adapter anymore and we have to order a new one, but we can't figure out the order number of the adapter. The voltages is 48vdc and has an 4 pin connector . What is the type or ordernumber of this adapter?
Does the power save feature of the SG 102-24 can be disabled somehow ? Our college just purchased 24 of these switches. We are having a problem with the switches affecting some of our monitoring software (Vision from Nettop).Basically, the client pc's become invisible to the master station. I believe this is due to the ports doing an automatic shutoff.I know these switches are unmanaged, but I'm hoping they at least have some form of configurability. Right now our only option is to have an instructor cycle the power of the switch to get the client pc's visible again.
We have an SG300-28P which, at intervals between 5 and 30 minutes or so, drops power to all of its POE-powered ports and then immediately restores power. The switch logs nothing when this happens other than recording that the ports went down and back up, even with debug logging enabled. Non-POE ports are not affected.
When the problem started there were only four POE-powered devices on the switch and we are far under our power budget. (While testing I added a fifth device, see below.)
Not all combinations of devices cause the drops to occur -- specifically, it looks like having devices on ports near each other causes the drops. When the drops occur, the absent counters of all of the POE devices increment. I noticed this earlier thread here seemed similar: [URL]
but in that case, he got no power at all in the adjacent configurations, instead of having it drop every several minutes.
sw06#sh ver SW version 188.8.131.52 ( date 12-Nov-2011 time 23:34:26 ) Boot version 184.108.40.206 ( date 11-May-2011 time 18:31:00 )
We have 2 of the SG200-26 switchs. When ever we loss power all the settings are reset to default. Even if we loss power for 1 min. This includes the IP, user, password, etc. How can I change this so the settings are saved?
redundant Power Supply?PIM sparse mode (PIM-SM), PIM dense mode (PIM-DM), and PIM sparse-dense mode?Layer 4 prioritization: enables prioritization based on TCP/UDP port numbersUni-Directional Link Detection (UDLD) — monitors a link between two switches and blocks the ports on both ends of the link if the link goes down at any point between the two devices
Essentially, not all ports on our brand new SG300-28P switches provide Inline Power to our older 7900 series phones. I can connect the phone a couple ports down and it usually powers up, but not always. Often I can also connect an 802.3af device to one of the troublesome ports and it will received power, however I am noticing there are some ports that now refuse to supply PoE at all?
This is equipment that has been running perfectly fine for several years now, on C3524 PWR XL switches. I can also tell you that this is not isolated to one switch, but all 5 of our SG300 access switches. And, yes, the firmware has been updated to 220.127.116.11.
Thinking back, about a month ago I updated the firmware (I can't check version at the moment). The switch has been working fine since then. Today I needed to move some power cables and the switch lost power. Now ALL of the LED lights are flashing green and I can't access the switch. I've tried setting a static IP on my laptop to 192.168.1.20, mask 255.255.255.0, and accessing the switch on 192.168.1.254, but there's no response. I've tried holding in the reset button for at least 30 seconds while the switch is powered on, AND while powering it on. None of that has worked. Also when I first power it on, the system LED flashes orange very quickly for a second or so, then all of the LEDS start flashing green.
I am connecting power cable (series power cables) on 3750 stacks. i have connected them the same way the stack cables are connected i.e. fo rexample on a stack with 3 3750s:
1- fitst slot on fist switch connected the second slot last switch in the stack.
2- second slot/ port on the first switch to the first on second and seoncd on teh second switch to first on the third switch.
this how they are alway been stacked.Now, I need to connect power cables and I have followed the same method for stacks up to 4 switches. it seems that if a stack has more tham 4 switches, then the cabling will be dofferent!?I was wondering what will be on the cabling scheme for stacks more than 4 switches.
I'm trying to get some clarity on power stacking 3750X switches. I have a new stack of 6 switches. I know I can only have 4 in a power stack and all 6 in the data stack with a max of 8. I'm trying to find the proper way to connect the power stack cables for the 4 switch power stack.