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  • Which channel did you set up? If the channel is within channel52 to channel144, AP will switch its channel after detecting other RADAR signal (which has higher priority in transmission). So if the above assumption is true, it's inevitable for channel changing. (you can search for DFS channel for detail information)…
  • @Nada You should access 192.168.1.2 not 192.168.1.1 The address 192.168.0.7 is the just the record left on your home router, which is invalid after you switching the NBG into AP Mode. You should change PC's interface settings like Freda said, then access the NBG with 192.168.1.2 and change its configurations and IP address.
  • It depends on which port is used to access the NBG. What you see on main router is NBG's WAN port address, and you can't use it to access NBG from its LAN port. One approach is, you can reset your NBG to default settings and use its default IP address to access it from LAN port.
  • I've also seen this behavior before!! This is because the NBG is in router mode, while both WAN/LAN are in the same subnet and conflict each other. So the LAN IP address will automatically switch to 10.0.0.1 Not sure what's your topology is, but if all network services are in the same subnet (no firewall/NAT/DHCP function…
  • What's the model name of your router? Not all router's default IP address is 192.168.1.1. You can check the information from it's user guide.
  • Since both WRE and Home Router are using channel 13, it's for sure two signals will interfere each other(or specifically saying, they share the channel resources). I'd say the walls in the house is a main obstacles to wireless signals, and even you enhance the antenna capability, the obstacles still existing. However, what…
  • In my memory PLA5456 is compatible to all other Zyxel PLA products except PLA6456(which is used different pairing protocol).
  • Looks the link between WRE<->Home Router is quite good (since the WRE LAN port speed is good), and wireless devices can have normal speed when it's close to the WRE. I don't think it could be a internal antenna hardware issue (since the power can reach -65dBm and wireless service keeps good in short distance). Could you…
  • Need more information to clarify this issue... What's the first LED light(icon is signal level) showing? What's your the Wi-Fi signal level shown on your smartphone? How's the LAN port client's (connecting to the WRE) performance? To clarify if the issue is originate from device itself, I think the simplest way is to mount…
  • How those devices are connected each other? What's the Zyxel device you have? Since the ISP router subnet is 1962.168.0.1/24, which is different from 192.168.1.121, your PC/laptop can't access the zyxel devices. 1. You can first try to set fixed IP on your laptop with 192.168.1.X. 2. And then directly connect it to your…
  • @"My bmw" Frankly speaking, the theoretical Max. support client is way much higher than the "real" valid connecting clients (with data transferring). Which means if you really connect that amount of stations to Router: yes, they can connect, but some of them may suffer for bad wireless performance. So it's much better if…
  • How do you know / What's the "two" channels the Router uses? You can check "channel width" settings and set 20 MHz as the value.
  • I've test with my another Win10 laptop, The resolution is good without any error. My screen resolution is 1366x768, for your reference.
  • There is also no full screen mode in my Windows 7 laptop, seems it's the software design.
  • There are lots of approaches to achieve this, but the most simple way is to configure your home router, where you can set different SSID name on 2.4GHz and 5GH. This way you can directly identify them on your nodes Wi-Fi list.
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