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NOTE: You do NOT need to log into these units to get them to work initially. If you are having issues, please contact us before you log in.

 

HSK-PTP-NS-L5AC-WPS, Loco AC, LOCO 5AC Kits

  • username: ubnt
  • password: ubiquiti2020
  • Station fallback IP address is 192.168.1.21
  • Access Point fallback IP address is 192.168.1.20
  • Older kits SSID: HSKPTP Newer kits: Random unique to each kit
  • WPA KEY: Random unique to each kit

HSK-PTP-NS-LocoM900,HSK-PTP-NS-LocoM2,

HSK-PTP-NS-LocoM5, Nanostation M2 M5 Kits

  • username: ubnt
  • password: ubntubnt
  • Station fallback IP address is 192.168.1.21
  • Access Point fallback IP address is 192.168.1.20
  • Older Kits SSID: HSKPTP Newer Kits SSID: Random unique to each kit
  • WPA KEY: Random unique to each kit

It does not matter. You can place the Access Point or the Station at either end of a point-to-point bridge. If you are doing a point-to-multi-point bridge, where you have an Access Point and multiple Stations. You just want to make sure that all Stations are within the field of view of the Access Point. Stations connect to Access Points.

The only things that should be connecting to the bridge SSID HSKPTP are the transmitters in the Bridge. The wireless bridge kit uses a channel width that normal consumer devices can not use. So if you were to try and connect your laptop or iPhone to HSKPTP with the provided random WPA Key(that crazy serial number on the sticker) it will fail.

There is a LAN port in the power block that the transmitter plugs into. You can plug that into your network be that a switch, hub, router, or wireless access point. You would then connect to what ever SSID your consumer wireless access point is using.

I consider 70 to 80Mbits/sec to be a real world heavy load excellent speed.

No. If they are not working right out of the box please contact us. There is no reason to log into these units to get them to work.

Absolutely! These can take anything mother nature throws at them.

There is one ethernet port on each NanoStation. That port connects to the POE ethernet port on the included power block and there is another ethernet port on the power block that you can connect to a router, switch or computer

These are configured in WDS Transparent Wireless Bridge mode.

You can repurpose a WiFi router to use for your WiFi at your remote location. You will plug the ethernet cable coming from the LAN port of the remote locations power brick into the WAN/Internet port of the repurposed router. It should already be configured to DHCP and should grab an IP address off your network once the wireless bridge comes online.

Yes. We are the same people. We rebranded to wirelessbridge.shop to make it more clear what we do!