Thanks everyone. Turns out I had the POE plugged into the switch
instead of the "other" black cable that was the one going up the tower.
When I plugged the LAN side of the POE into the switch I got 2 lights on
the switch to turn on. Then I figured out the little loop. So I dug
into the nema box a little deeper and found the correct black cable.
And the radio was at default.
Blair Davis wrote:
It works well for me and is free.
Brian Rohrbacher wrote:
Is there a program out there that will work on windows to ping
addresses? I hung a Trango AP and don't know it's IP address. Any
way to get it? I think I know what range it's on, but that is a lot
of addresses to ping. Any program that will do this?
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