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  1. #1

    TL-WA7510N V1 not work

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    644/5000




    Gentiles users ask for help
    I have a TL-WA7510N which I think is not working
    apparently everything seems ok, I networked device that has all the lights on, configured in AP mode.
    but also in its vicinity I do not read any wifi network

    Firmware Version:
    3.12.6 Build 130,427 Rel.69746n
    Hardware Version:
    WA7510N 00000000 v1
    LAN
    MAC Address:
    E8-DE-27-BA-8F-9C
    IP Address:
    192.168.1.254
    Subnet Mask:
    255.255.255.0
    wireless
    Wireless AP Mode: Access Point
    Name (SSID): The Magnolias
    Channel: 36
    Mode: 11NA HT20
    Max Tx Rate: 65Mbps
    MAC Address: E8-DE-27-BA-8F-9C
    Traffic Statistics
    Received Sent
    Bytes: 0 0
    Packets: 0 0

  2. #2
    The problem may be due to:

    1.- tl-wa7510n 5.8 GHz, you are trying to detect it with 2.4GHz devices, you will not be able to do it ...

    2.- tl-wa7510n, applying the search of the device, does not find networks in 5.8 because all could be working in 2.4 ...

    3.- tl-wa7510n, can not detect networks in 5.8GHz because they could all be working with proprietary protocols, call AirMax on UBNT, NV2 on MikroTik, MaxStream on Tp-Link, and others like Cambium, Ligowave, Wavion etc ...

    To be more precise, I should explain a little more as he is doing the "detection" ...

    Regards...
    Victor A. Ramos M.
    va.somar.m@gmail.com
    WhatsApp +51980989627

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  3. #3

    tanx

    Quote Originally Posted by Victor Ramos View Post
    The problem may be due to:

    1.- tl-wa7510n 5.8 GHz, you are trying to detect it with 2.4GHz devices, you will not be able to do it ...

    2.- tl-wa7510n, applying the search of the device, does not find networks in 5.8 because all could be working in 2.4 ...

    3.- tl-wa7510n, can not detect networks in 5.8GHz because they could all be working with proprietary protocols, call AirMax on UBNT, NV2 on MikroTik, MaxStream on Tp-Link, and others like Cambium, Ligowave, Wavion etc ...

    To be more precise, I should explain a little more as he is doing the "detection" ...

    Regards...



    119/5000




    thanks a lot, in fact I was using a network card is not dual band but only 2.4 ghz
    thanks for support

    Yours sincerely

  4. #4
    Perfect ... I could do two things ...

    1.- get a network card dual wirelees ... or

    2.- according to the work to be done you could use TL-WA5210G, TL-wa7210N, CPE210, CPE220 or WBS210 ...

    The TL-WA5210G, TL-wa7210N you can attach an external omnidirectional antenna ...

    To the WBS210 you can attach an external omnidirectional antenna of double polarity ...

    All WBS210 exept bring indoor built-in antenna ...

    Regards...
    Victor A. Ramos M.
    va.somar.m@gmail.com
    WhatsApp +51980989627

    ==== if you want to send a personal message, consider my time zone ====
    ==================== my sleep time is sacred ===================

  5. #5

    ok

    tankyou i have buy a cpe210 in amazon

    have a nice day

    mauro


 

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