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How do I connect my NanoStation M5 to my router?

How do I connect my NanoStation M5 to my router?

Using Ethernet cables, connect the following:

  1. Connect the LRS gateway to the “Secondary” port on the router.
  2. Connect the “Main” port on the router to the “POE” port on the power adapter.
  3. Connect the “LAN” port on the power adapter to your internet source (optional)

How do I access my NanoStation?

Open your browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, etc.) and type in address bar: (the default address of the Nano) then press the Enter key. Type in ubnt twice and click OK → (If this window did not appear, there may be a problem with the wiring, the network card or a firewall).

How can I control my ubiquiti access point remotely?

To enable remote access on a software install:

  1. Log into your local UniFi Network application as usual.
  2. Navigate to System Settings > Administration.
  3. Turn the Enable Remote Access feature ON.
  4. Enter your Ubiquiti account credentials to Remote Access Portal credentials on the login request and select Enable Remote Access.

How do I access ubnt device?

What’s the user guide for the nano station 5?

User guide for NANOSTATION 5 1. Introduction. Nano Station 5 operates in IEEE 802.11a mode, while the Nano Station 2 operate in IEEE 802.11b/g modes. Before using your device, check the wireless mode you want to set-up in order to use the proper device. 2. Connecting hardware.

What should I do with my Nanostation M5?

NanoStation M5 Setup and Configuration? If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device. A-O-A. Well Come to my Channel.

How big is a nanostationlocom2 / locom5 / M9?

NanoStationlocoM2/M5/M9 Dimensions locoM9 164 x 72 x 199 mm (6.46 x 2.83 x 7.83″) locoM2/locoM5 163 x 31 x 80 mm (6.42 x 1.22 x 3.15″) Weight locoM9 0.9 kg (31.75 oz)

How to configure nano station M2 as access point?

Configuration is performed using your web browser by typing in You’ll get a warning pop up stating that the device has presented an invalid SSL certificate due to the certificate being self-signed and not issued by a CA.