ENGENIUS EAP150 ACCESS POINT WINDOWS 7 X64 DRIVER
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ENGENIUS EAP150 ACCESS POINT DRIVER
However, when the fragment threshold is set too low, there will be increased overhead resulting in poor performance.
Page 35 Preamble Type A preamble is a message that helps access points synchronize with the client. Long Preamble is standard based so increases compatibility.
Short Preamble is non-standard, resulting in decreased compatibility, but increased performance. Tx Power Set the power output of the wireless signal.
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I am now at the point where I have tried a little bit of everything from various websites answer others questions that aren't exactly in the same situation. Yes, the problem gets worse and more complicated as this article goes on. This has EnGenius EAP150 Access Point and is still being tinkered with on a Windows 8 PC.
The EnGenius EAP150 Access Point I'm having is that the I can no longer access the AP router's settings. When I first decided to alter this AP's settings, I simply gave it a password, so that no one nearby could leach the internet off of it.
After that I gave it and my computer that I was editing everything on a static IP address, for some reason or another. The problem I'm having is that the I can no longer access the AP router's settings.
Problems with my AP (Access point router)
When I first decided to alter this AP's settings, I simply gave it a password, so that no one nearby could leach the internet off of it. After that EnGenius EAP150 Access Point gave it and my computer that I was editing everything on a static IP address, for some reason or another.
It's been awhile since then though, I'm not entirely sure if I gave the AP a static IP or not, but I've come to the assumption that I have from EnGenius EAP150 Access Point nmap to ping connected networks, and from using the arp -a command. At my first few attempts simply trying to connect to the AP router, I was fairly certain that I had set a static IP address for the it, and so I tried connecting to the settings of the AP using many differnet IP addresses that I thought may have been the correct IP. Eventually after getting to one of the many fixes that I attempted, I found 2 distinct IP addresses that "rejected" my search query.
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