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 Subject :Re:Ubiquiti Bullet M2 , selected access point and now I can't get back.. 2020-09-08- 07:58:14 
n6toc
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Topic : Ubiquiti Bullet M2 , selected access point and now I can't get back in....Help

Subject :Re:Ubiquiti Bullet M2 , selected access point and now I can't get back in....Help

Fixed!!! after so many trial and error got it going,...:) Just surprised that nobody stepped in to help or suggest something?? 73es
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 Subject :Ubiquiti Bullet M2 , selected access point and now I can't get back in.. 2020-09-07- 07:29:59 
n6toc
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Topic : Ubiquiti Bullet M2 , selected access point and now I can't get back in....Help

Subject :Ubiquiti Bullet M2 , selected access point and now I can't get back in....Help

Hi all, I have a Ubiquiti Bullet M2 that was working fine  and after I selected the access point setting

I can't get back in. so far I have tried a pushing the reset switch under the bullet for 3-7 seconds

and try again to log in with the following http://localnode:8080 and no go,

also try to do a hard reset (more time holding the reset switch like 13-20 seconds)

and still no go. also try to Power off the bullet and hold the reset switch and power back on while holding

the reset switch and after waiting a while for the unit to come on the led lights keep flashing for a while

and then power off and back on and still no go, I think I did a hard reset to all the software but no go still.

can anyone help?

Thanks.

n6toc  

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 Subject :Re:Activity in Austin, TX?.. 2020-08-17- 13:14:39 
K5HRV
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Topic : Activity in Austin, TX?

KI5HVG, good to hear! It's 8/17/2020 as I type this...a bit of a delay LOL! At the risk of sharing (one of) my email addresses in public, feel free to email me directly at k5hrvham@gmail.com if you'd be willing to coordinate and perhaps provide a little light Elmer-ing as I pick this project up again and try to get going with this aspect of amateur radio. 73 de K5HRV
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 Subject :Re:Activity in Austin, TX?.. 2020-08-17- 13:14:16 
K5HRV
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Topic : Activity in Austin, TX?

KI5HVG, good to hear! It's 8/17/2020 as I type this...a bit of a delay LOL! At the risk of sharing (one of) my email addresses in public, feel free to email me directly at k5hrvham@gmail.com if you'd be willing to coordinate and perhaps provide a little light Elmer-ing as I pick this project up again and try to get going with this aspect of amateur radio. 73 de K5HRV
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 Subject :Re:Proposed low voltage colored tape standard.. 2020-08-13- 08:49:40 
K9UXW
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Topic : Proposed low voltage colored tape standard

How can I recover a wrt54g v2 that got the power in reversed and is now dead?
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 Subject :Re:Problem with WRT54GS V2after successfully loading and setup... 2020-08-13- 08:30:00 
K9UXW
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Topic : Problem with WRT54GS V2after successfully loading and setup.

I got another router working and through the wifi connected and was able to save and exit correctly.
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 Subject :Re:WRT54G Router Locked in Access Point Mode.. 2020-08-12- 01:26:26 
K9UXW
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Topic : WRT54G Router Locked in Access Point Mode

the quickest way I know is if it is showing on wifi as BROADBAND-HAMNET-20-V3 connect through a second working mesh router. Or upload a .trx file.
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 Subject :Re:Problem with WRT54GS V2after successfully loading and setup... 2020-07-26- 13:55:56 
K9UXW
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Topic : Problem with WRT54GS V2after successfully loading and setup.

SAYS INVALID IP ADDRESS
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 Subject :Re:Winlink 2000 on my mesh.. 2020-07-25- 05:52:40 
N2NPR
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Topic : Winlink 2000 on my mesh

Very useful info thanks for posting!


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 Subject :Problem with WRT54GS V2after successfully loading and setup... 2020-07-23- 03:15:02 
K9UXW
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Topic : Problem with WRT54GS V2after successfully loading and setup.

Problem withwrt54gs v2 after successfully  installing and completing the setup K9UXW-1 I was browsing the wifi scan and after that I walked away for awhile and when I came back I could not get the ethernet connection.  It said invalid ip. It shows up on wifi ok. Any suggestions? If I was near another unit they could maybe connect and solve any problems.

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 Subject :Re:Let's build this in the Phila / Southern NJ area.. 2020-06-15- 08:51:42 
kb3rij
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Topic : Let's build this in the Phila / Southern NJ area

This is an old thread but is anyone active? I'm in FM29gu
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 Subject :How to change XTAL in WRT-54 series??.. 2020-06-13- 07:05:23 
W0GN
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Topic : How to change XTAL in WRT-54 series??

I read somewhere that the 20 MHz xtal could be changed to 19.6608 MHz to move more channels into the ham band and avoid interference with shared "channels".

I only see two xtals on the circuit board: 25.000 and 48.000 MHz.

I have not removed the shield cover.  Is it under the shield?

Any info you can provide on this mod will be appreciated.

John,  W0GN


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 Subject :Re:Activity in Austin, TX?.. 2020-02-26- 07:07:21 
KI5HVG
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Topic : Activity in Austin, TX?

I am just now starting the process of setting up my first node. I'm way north Austin so I can't be much help but would still like to keep in touch in case you can connect with my node (or vv) on the mesh network.
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 Subject :Linksys ERT5X antenna question.. 2020-02-26- 06:44:51 
KI5HVG
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Topic : Linksys ERT5X antenna question

As a new HAM I'm still learning a lot.  I am weak mastering knowledge in so many areas but trying.

I have set up my node using a Linksys WRT54G.  It is confirmed flashed and ready to roll.  I'm about to put it up on my chimney next to my dual band antenna (2m/70cm) which extends about a foot or two above the chimney crown.  I was planning on attaching the linksys on the top of my chimney mounted vertically with a box around it that is sealed (but large enough for the captured air to to insulate.  It might have a door so I can access the unit or I might just have to cut around the sealant when I need to get to it.  It shouldn't be exposed to very much sunlight in the summer so i'm not too worried about overheating since it won't be processing data all the time.

I am powering the unit via ethernet with A/C power pigtails on both ends of the ethernet Cat7 so I won't be running any extension power cord to the unit.  Two of the unused channels in the ethernet cable will run the power to power to the unit. I'll plug in the 12-volt converter at shack end of the line so I'll only have 12 volts running through the ether.  This way only the ethernet cat7 cable will connect from shack to node.

My question is about an antenna.  I understand that the two Linksys WRT54G's antennas are specifically designed for one to transmit and one to receive.  If that is the case, can I just use a duplexer to blend the signal and route it through the box (sealed penetration) and run that short single coax into a mag mount 2.4GHz antenna a top the metal chimney crown?  I am close enough to two other nodes (about a mile away and line of sight) so I believe they will communicate without a directional beam antenna. I am pretty high in NW Austin so I think my signal can be picked up pretty easily.

Side note, if there are any node owners in the NW Austin area around Oak Knoll/Jollyville/183, content me please. I'd like to talk about the signal strength as I set this up.  I can be contacted at ham@texcode.com

(I had images to show but they wouldn't upload even when reduced to <50k jpegs)


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 Subject :Linksys WRT54XX antenna duplexer.. 2020-02-26- 06:44:01 
KI5HVG
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Topic : Linksys WRT54XX antenna duplexer

As a new HAM I'm still learning a lot.  I am weak mastering knowledge in so many areas but trying. 

I have set up my node using a Linksys WRT54G.  It is confirmed flashed and ready to roll.  I'm about to put it up on my chimney next to my dual band antenna (2m/70cm) which extends about a foot or two above the chimney crown.  I was planning on attaching the linksys on the top of my chimney mounted vertically with a box around it that is sealed (but large enough for the captured air to to insulate.  It might have a door so I can access the unit or I might just have to cut around the sealant when I need to get to it.  It shouldn't be exposed to very much sunlight in the summer so i'm not too worried about overheating since it won't be processing data all the time.

I am powering the unit via ethernet with A/C power pigtails on both ends of the ethernet Cat7 so I won't be running any extension power cord to the unit.  Two of the unused channels in the ethernet cable will run the power to power to the unit. I'll plug in the 12-volt converter at shack end of the line so I'll only have 12 volts running through the ether.  This way only the ethernet cat7 cable will connect from shack to node.

My question is about an antenna.  I understand that the two Linksys WRT54G's antennas are specifically designed for one to transmit and one to receive.  If that is the case, can I just use a duplexer to blend the signal and route it through the box (sealed penetration) and run that short single coax into a mag mount 2.4GHz antenna a top the metal chimney crown?  I am close enough to two other nodes (about a mile away and line of sight) so I believe they will communicate without a directional beam antenna. I am pretty high in NW Austin so I think my signal can be picked up pretty easily. 

Side note, if there are any node owners in the NW Austin area around Oak Knoll/Jollyville/183, content me please. I'd like to talk about the signal strength as I set this up.  I can be contacted at ham@texcode.com

(I had images to show but they wouldn't upload even when reduced to <50k jpegs)


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 Subject :Linksys WRT54XX antenna duplexer.. 2020-02-26- 06:43:16 
KI5HVG
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Topic : Linksys WRT54XX antenna duplexer

As a new HAM I'm still learning a lot.  I am weak mastering knowledge in so many areas but trying. 

I have set up my node using a Linksys WRT54G.  It is confirmed flashed and ready to roll.  I'm about to put it up on my chimney next to my dual band antenna (2m/70cm) which extends about a foot or two above the chimney crown.  I was planning on attaching the linksys on the top of my chimney mounted vertically with a box around it that is sealed (but large enough for the captured air to to insulate.  It might have a door so I can access the unit or I might just have to cut around the sealant when I need to get to it.  It shouldn't be exposed to very much sunlight in the summer so i'm not too worried about overheating since it won't be processing data all the time.

I am powering the unit via ethernet with A/C power pigtails on both ends of the ethernet Cat7 so I won't be running any extension power cord to the unit.  Two of the unused channels in the ethernet cable will run the power to power to the unit. I'll plug in the 12-volt converter at shack end of the line so I'll only have 12 volts running through the ether.  This way only the ethernet cat7 cable will connect from shack to node.

My question is about an antenna.  I understand that the two Linksys WRT54G's antennas are specifically designed for one to transmit and one to receive.  If that is the case, can I just use a duplexer to blend the signal and route it through the box (sealed penetration) and run that short single coax into a mag mount 2.4GHz antenna a top the metal chimney crown?  I am close enough to two other nodes (about a mile away and line of sight) so I believe they will communicate without a directional beam antenna. I am pretty high in NW Austin so I think my signal can be picked up pretty easily. 

Side note, if there are any node owners in the NW Austin area around Oak Knoll/Jollyville/183, content me please. I'd like to talk about the signal strength as I set this up.  I can be contacted at ham@texcode.com

(I had images to show but they wouldn't upload even when reduced to <50k jpegs)

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 Subject :WRT54G firmware.. 2020-02-23- 06:10:51 
W9PCS
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Topic : WRT54G firmware

The WRT54G I have shows version 6 on the case, but when I log into the control panel it shows version 1.1

I have successfully installed HSMM-MESH firmware on a WRT54 GL and a GS.

Since I have a WRT54G v6, and while I understand this is not a candidate for HSMM firmware, I thought that DD-WRT would be nice to have. It will not accept the DD-WRT firmware for a V6...

Now I don't know what I have. Which version do I believe?

Perhaps the firmware selection of the MICRO+ OLSRD versus the MICRO package was too large. At this point I thought it would be wise to ask if anyone else has had this problem before I brick a free router...  :>)

Thanks for any insight you can provide

paul


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 Subject :Re:Netgear AC1700.. 2020-02-18- 08:20:39 
KG7AMV
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Topic : Netgear AC1700

Go to usbjtag dot com forums they can help ya unbrick it. They will Need the full model number Aka C7000 etc.
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 Subject :WRT54GS.. 2020-02-10- 14:03:09 
W9PCS
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Topic : WRT54GS

I bricked my first WRT54GL, not even sure how, but not a big deal.

I have a WRT54GS on the way, but the question is what to do with the two antenna ports.

The plan is to remote the box on the tower and use a short coax run to a pair of coaxial collinear verticals... if two of them is even a good idea. Perhaps one is better. Can the Broadband-Hamnet firmware disable one of the antennas?

BTW, a saw a question regarding the connectors on the WRT54, while cruising around Digikey looking for parts for a packet modem, I did find BNC pc mount connectors that will replace the RP-TNC connectors.

Thanks

paul

W9PCS

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 Subject :Re:Nanostaion2 Loco won't flash to openwrt.. 2020-02-01- 08:19:06 
w3bhi
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Forum : UBNT Firmware
Topic : Nanostaion2 Loco won't flash to openwrt

Downgrade to XMv6.0.6beta, then to XMv6.0.4 then to XMv5.5.10 (make sure they are all unsigned) then load the BBHN file to the device. This will work for rockets with the latest firmware. It is the only way to get past the new bootloader and signed firmware check.
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