Posted 11/21/2021 12:28 (#9332767 - in reply to #9332379) Subject: RE: Nanostation locoM2
So I'd guess one of two things is happening.....assuming you really did reset your radios. There is a another device on the network that has the same IP address as the default Nanostation (192.168.1.20) or your router is on a different subnet and giving your PC something that is not (initially) compatible with your nanostation. Something along the lines of 10.x.x.x or 192.168.anythingotherthan1.x.
For this to be easy for you, you need to learn how to change the IP address of your Windows 10 PC. You also need to know what subnet range your router is set too.