The ENH202 can be set up as a Client Router so that the user does not have to know the IP scheme of the wifi hotspot.
If you already have access to the router graphical user interface (GUI) please proceed to step 3 otherwise reset the ENH202 back to factory default and connect the ENH202 to a computer.
Set a static IP address of 192.168.1.10 on the local area connection of the computer. Open a web browser and type in the IP address of the ENH202 on the address bar. The default IP address is 192.168.1.1. You may need to temporarily disable firewalls and anti-virus as some may hinder access to the graphical user interface (GUI).
Go to “Operation Mode” under “System”. Set the country/region and select the operation mode “Client Router”. Click on the “Save & Apply” button at the bottom of the page.
Go to Router Settings and set the WAN Internet connection type to DHCP.
Go to the LAN settings and set the IP address to the subnet that you want. Example:
IP address 192.168.55.1 and the subnet mask to 255.255.255.0
Enable the option to use the Router as the DHCP server and using the above example, set the starting IP address to 192.168.55.100 and the end IP to 192.168.55.200
Click on “Save” the click on the Save/Reload button under Status then click on “Save and Apply” at the end of the list.
After the processing is complete, set your computer local area network to obtain IP address automatically.
Open a web browser and access the user interface using 192.168.55.1.
Go to wireless network and click on Site Survey.
Connect to the desired wireless network and make sure that you know the wireless password.
Please make sure that the wireless connection does not ask you to log in on a captive portal before you can internet connection. The ENH202 will not authenticate using those means.
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