BiPac 3100sn loses the wireless AP after a power cut.

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farhomer
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BiPac 3100sn loses the wireless AP after a power cut.

Post by farhomer » Wed Jan 10, 2018 12:28 am

I am using my 3100sn as a wifi range extender. I select the AP(my router) from the AP list and it connects fine.
Whenever there is a power cut and it loses the connection and does not re-connect automatically.
I have to configure the 3100sn using the ethernet connection and re-select the AP from the list before it will work again.
Does anyone know if there is a way to make it save the selected connection details so it can re-connect automatically?

billion_fan
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Re: BiPac 3100sn loses the wireless AP after a power cut.

Post by billion_fan » Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:29 am

farhomer wrote:
Wed Jan 10, 2018 12:28 am
I am using my 3100sn as a wifi range extender. I select the AP(my router) from the AP list and it connects fine.
Whenever there is a power cut and it loses the connection and does not re-connect automatically.
I have to configure the 3100sn using the ethernet connection and re-select the AP from the list before it will work again.
Does anyone know if there is a way to make it save the selected connection details so it can re-connect automatically?
It all depends if after the power cut your routers wireless channel changes the 3100SN will be unable to reconnect, I would advise you to set a fixed channel on your main router, and then setup the 3100SN again, then power cycle the 3100SN and see if it reconnects

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