connecting a wifi router to a CPE 510 client for remote internet

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connecting a wifi router to a CPE 510 client for remote internet
connecting a wifi router to a CPE 510 client for remote internet
2023-09-07 22:51:37 - last edited 2023-11-30 08:32:11
Model: CPE510  
Hardware Version: V3
Firmware Version: 2.2.2

I have setup two CPE 510s, I have one steup as an access point and the other setup as a client. I am sure they are communicating with each other from the status pages of each device. I am wanting to connect a wireless router to the clent and broadcast internet at a remote area of our farm. When I try to set the internet up on the wieless router it says I don't have internet connected. Is there some settings I have to change to do this or am I missing something? Thanks for any feed back in advance.

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2023-09-11 06:04:29 - last edited 2023-11-30 08:32:11

  @Ralph70 

 

Two CPEs do network extension point-to-point and have dropout problems, you need to go section by section to troubleshoot the possible causes.
You can first test whether this end of the AP CPE is working properly, if not, that means the problem may appear in the front end, you can change the network cable and check the router in the front end.


If the AP CPE is working, go to the CLient interface and check the Radio Status to see if it is properly connected to the AP CPE.

If it is properly connected, it is recommended to try different channels and channel widths on the AP CPE to see which one is more stable.

 

Check the firmware version, if it is not the latest one, you can upgrade it.


If this is no help, you will have to reset and reconfigure.
Also, make sure that the view between the two CPEs is clear.

Just striving to develop myself while helping others.
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Re:connecting a wifi router to a CPE 510 client for remote internet
2023-09-08 05:57:59

  @Ralph70 

 

The connection should be like Router----AP CPE)))(((Client CPE----Another AP, so try using the wifi router as Access Point Mode.

And connect a PC to the client CPE wired to confirm it is working now.

Just striving to develop myself while helping others.
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2023-09-08 12:36:30

  @Virgo I think that is what I have. I have the ISP modem to an Apple Airport to a Netgear switch for more ethernet ports from there I go to the CPE510 AP to the CPE510 client to a Nighthawk mesh router.

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2023-09-11 06:04:29 - last edited 2023-11-30 08:32:11

  @Ralph70 

 

Two CPEs do network extension point-to-point and have dropout problems, you need to go section by section to troubleshoot the possible causes.
You can first test whether this end of the AP CPE is working properly, if not, that means the problem may appear in the front end, you can change the network cable and check the router in the front end.


If the AP CPE is working, go to the CLient interface and check the Radio Status to see if it is properly connected to the AP CPE.

If it is properly connected, it is recommended to try different channels and channel widths on the AP CPE to see which one is more stable.

 

Check the firmware version, if it is not the latest one, you can upgrade it.


If this is no help, you will have to reset and reconfigure.
Also, make sure that the view between the two CPEs is clear.

Just striving to develop myself while helping others.
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