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Basic Link Configuration LigoDLB

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Published on Jul 14, 2015

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PTP concept
Point to point links connect 2 different locations or points using wireless equipment.

For longer links a directional antenna is required at each point to ensure an optimal connection.

Our products for different distances:
LigoDLB 5-20 for up to 8km/4,97mi
LigoDLB MACH 5 for up to 18km/11.18mi
LigoDLB ECHO 5 for up to 35km/21.57mi

PTMP concept
PTMP links allow connection of 1 point to multi points through wireless equipment, usually the central point (Access Point) uses a sector antenna to cover an area, for example the antenna may cover 60-120 degree area extending outward.

The remote sites (stations) use directional antennas.

Our products for different distances:
LigoDLB 5-15 for up to 5km/3.15mi
LigoDLB 2-14 for up to 7km/4.35mi
LigoDLB 5-20 for up to 10km/6.21mi
LigoDLB 2-90 for up to 10km/6.21mi

Access point configuration
1. Power the device and connect to the default IP for the LigoDLB unit (192.168.2.66).
2. Select your country code.
3. Change the IP of the radio.
4. Select the wireless mode for the Access point (iPoll 2)
5. Configure the name of the network to SSID and the security as Personal WPA/WPA2
6. Save changes.

Station configuration
Repeat first 3 steps, described in Access point configuration part.
4. Select the operating mode as Station (auto iPOll 2).
5. Use the scan option to locate your wireless network.
6. Configure the same password used for the access point.
7. Save changes.
8. Verify connectivity between the client and access point.

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