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Do I have to make changes to my router to setup the nanostation2?
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I have a home network with a cisco router connected to a 12 port switch.  I have Ethernet ports in several rooms in my house.  The ip for the nanostation is supposed to be 192.168.1.120, however I cant seem to access it.
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What ip address is assigned to your pc/laptop? If its not in the 192.168.1.x network then yes you will need to set a static ip on the pc/laptop to 192.168.1.10 or something and then you should be able to connect

Possibly you also need to connect directly to the nanostation - i.e. laptop - network cable - nanostation(also with the static ip address)
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That seemed to fix the problem.
Thank you!!
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