lunes, 31 de agosto de 2015

UBIQUITI | Manual | Tutorial | Access Point | AP transparent | (2015)

Publicado por R&C DigitalWorld en 2:09 p. m. ,




When we acquired Ubiquiti equipment to use as AP're always interested to know how to configure it, this guide is presented in an easy and concise way so, in this case we need a separate router in another entry presents the configuration of our devices as AP-Router
Like all Ubiquiti teams that have the ability to function as AP use the AirOS, we can use these steps for all teams as M2 2.4GHz Nanostation, Nanostation Loco M2, M2 Picostation, Bullet M2, M2 and Nanobridge M2 AirGrid . Although with slightly different configuration it is almost the same for Nanostation 2 Nanostation Loco 2 Picostation 2 Bullet 2 HP. And the range of 5GHz Ubiquiti.
Step 1:
We must ensure that our network card works in the same IP range that Ubiquiti device. So we must open the properties of the network adapter and within the TCP / IP protocol depending on the operating system or the version of it that may change.

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Ubiquiti equipment comes factory default with the IP 192.168.1.20, so we have to put an IP within that range, for example 192.168.1.56, as shown in the picture
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step 2
You must enter the interface configuration through a browser or browser (IE, Mozilla Firefox, Chrome, Safari etc.), entering the IP address.


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The following screen appears, asking username and password. The default is "ubnt" in both fields.

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which it is the interface configuration AirOS
Step 3:
  Select the first tab and ensure that the Enable AirMax box is unchecked to work only in 802.11 b / g. (Required disable to connect with non-compatible devices with this technology such as laptops, mobile phones and WiFi USB adapters)

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Step 4:
On the Wireless tab, the option Wireless Mode must be set to "Access Point". And the width of the channel (Channel Width) at 20MHz (Required to connect with devices B / G. If our client device supports can turn to gain speed).
In the "Wireless Security" section we can select the desired security to our network. We recommend WPA2.

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Step 5:
In the Network tab, choose Network Mode "Bridge" and the IP address on "Static". The access point (Thus act as such, our router (Ethernet) will be responsible for assigning IP devices connected to this access point using DHCP in the event that our router is configured in this way, which is what more common)

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With these simple steps, we have set our Ubiquiti device in AP mode, which serve to create a wifi hotspot from our connection.
Any questions, questions or concerns can leave a comment below!

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