Wireless Network Problem

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  1. NewImage

    NewImage

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    hello,

    i have the same problem as everyone else when im using cbus toolkit to configure wired networks that are to be running in conjuction with wireless.

    when i go to scan the wireless network it tells me i have a interface problem and to check my settings?

    anyone know what this means??

    some feedback would be appreciated
    thanks
     
    NewImage, Oct 22, 2005
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    Duncan

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    Perhaps you could detail the steps you're taking that results in the Error Message you described. Might be able to help after that.
     
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    ive followed the steps in the manual on how to learn the gateway to the wireless network and also on how to set it up on a wired network.

    the software recognises it in the network setup but does not let me modify the settings of the gateway. like for example when i edit unit it gives me an error message telling me that i have an interface problem. i go to edit unit again, then it tells me i have to change my network settings.

    ive got a small wireless network consisting of 7 neo switches.
    my wired network is made up of a power supply, pc interface and the gateway.

    its the first time ive ever dealt with wireless cbus. ive never had a problem with wired.
    would anyone know what could be the problem.
    thanx
     
    NewImage, Oct 24, 2005
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