gheskett at wdtv.com
Tue Jan 4 20:36:22 UTC 2011
On Tuesday, January 04, 2011 02:51:18 pm Bruce Marshall did opine:
> On Tuesday, January 04, 2011, gene heskett wrote:
> > Greetings all;
> > I am trying to make use of an elderly wap11 access point here, whose
> > default iP has been changed and it cannot now be found, probably
> > because it is on a different block of 192.168.x.x subnet addresses.
> > This device also has a usb port and supposedly can be administered
> > over a usb connection. However, it will not enumerate a connection
> > even when plugged directly into a motherboard breakout port.
> Can you do a factory reset?? Usually a button push? That would
> probably put it back to 192.168.1.1
This one has been opened up and well searched with no luck. And of course
the ethernet snmp tool, wap11-gui, has not been buildable on linux since
2.6.24, wayyyy back up the log from 2011. I just did find a quad of pads
to mount a teeny pushbutton to, labeled S901. If the switch was installed,
its operating stem would stick out, presumably flush, with a hole in the
back edge of the pan, centered between the power socket and the usb port.
The hole of course has not been drilled. ;)
This ones PCB is marked as "wireless AP, rev 3A1 5/18/2001".
I have downloaded the wap11 user manual from the linksys site, and will see
if what I see makes sense while reading that.
> The USB port is probably for external storage. I just installed a
> Netgear router which has the same setup for USB.
According to the manual, the part I did read, windows has a tool to admin
it over a usb circuit. And its default ip is 218.104.22.168 or some such if
I read that right.
OTOH, I might be time ahead to go see what I can find for an AP at Staples
Thanks, a lot.
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