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    Ubiquiti WT5-ULB Wireless Bridge Setup

    August 11th, 2021

    Below are 2 examples on setting up Ubiquiti WT5-ULB wireless links.


    Setting up 1 Access Point and 1 Station

    Before beginning, it is recommended to setup the devices first, before mounting them. A computer with a ethernet port will be required.


    Access Point Setup

    1. Connect power to the included Ubiquiti PoE Injector, and connect the Ubiquiti antenna to the PoE port. Connect the LAN port to the ethernet port on the computer. Allow 2 minutes for the device to power up.
    2. Open Google Chrome, and enter the default IP address for the device, 192.168.1.20 (If you are unable to connect to the device, ensure your computer is in the same IP address range.)
    3. You may be prompted that the connection is not private, select the proceed option.
    4. Select your Country, and Language. Tick the agreement box, and select Continue.
    5. Enter a Username and Password. Record these details in a safe place for later use. Select Save.
    6. Select Network.
    7. Change the IP address of the device to suit your network. In our example, it will be 192.168.1.100. Select Save Changes.
    8. You will loose connection to the device, wait 1-2 minutes and enter the new IP address into your web browser. You will be required to log into the device again.
    9. Select the Wireless Settings option.
    10. Turn on Access Point and PTP Mode. Enter a SSID, this can be anything, it will be the Wi-Fi network name. Enter a WPA2 Preshared Key, this will be the password for the Wi-Fi network you are creating. Select Save Changes. Record these details in a safe place for later use.
    11. Disconnect your computer from the Ubiqutii, leaving the Ubiquiti connected to the PoE injector.

    Station Setup

    1. Connect power to the included Ubiquiti PoE Injector, and connect the Ubiquiti antenna to the PoE port. Connect the LAN port to the ethernet port on the computer. Allow 2 minutes for the device to power up.
    2. Open Google Chrome, and enter the default IP address for the device, 192.168.1.20 (If you are unable to connect to the device, ensure your computer is in the same IP address range.)
    3. You may be prompted that the connection is not private, select the proceed option.
    4. Select your Country, and Language. Tick the agreement box, and select Continue.
    5. Enter a Username and Password. Record these details in a safe place for later use. Select Save.
    6. Select Network.
    7. Change the IP address of the device to suit your network. In our example, it will be 192.168.1.101. Select Save Changes.
    8. You will loose connection to the device, wait 1-2 minutes and enter the new IP address into your web browser. You will be required to log into the device again.
    9. Select the Wireless Settings option.
    10. Turn on PTP Mode. Enter the same SSID and WPA2 Preshared Key as set on the Access Point. Select Save Changes.
    11. Select the Dashboard option.
    12. Once the Ubiquiti's are connected, you will see a device listed as Remote.

    Setting up 1 Access Point and 2 Stations

    Before beginning, it is recommended to setup the devices first, before mounting them. A computer with a ethernet port will be required.

    Access Point Setup

    1. Connect power to the included Ubiquiti PoE Injector, and connect the Ubiquiti antenna to the PoE port. Connect the LAN port to the ethernet port on the computer. Allow 2 minutes for the device to power up.
    2. Open Google Chrome, and enter the default IP address for the device, 192.168.1.20 (If you are unable to connect to the device, ensure your computer is in the same IP address range.)
    3. You may be prompted that the connection is not private, select the proceed option.
    4. Select your Country, and Language. Tick the agreement box, and select Continue.
    5. Enter a Username and Password. Record these details in a safe place for later use. Select Save.
    6. Select Network.
    7. Change the IP address of the device to suit your network. In our example, it will be 192.168.1.100. Select Save Changes.
    8. You will loose connection to the device, wait 1-2 minutes and enter the new IP address into your web browser. You will be required to log into the device again.
    9. Select the Wireless Settings option.
    10. Turn on Access Point. Enter a SSID, this can be anything, it will be the Wi-Fi network name. Enter a WPA2 Preshared Key, this will be the password for the Wi-Fi network you are creating. Select Save Changes. Record these details in a safe place for later use.
    11. Disconnect your computer from the Ubiquiti, leaving the Ubiquiti connected to the PoE injector.

    Station 1 Setup

    1. Connect power to the included Ubiquiti PoE Injector, and connect the Ubiquiti antenna to the PoE port. Connect the LAN port to the ethernet port on the computer. Allow 2 minutes for the device to power up.
    2. Open Google Chrome, and enter the default IP address for the device, 192.168.1.20 (If you are unable to connect to the device, ensure your computer is in the same IP address range.)
    3. You may be prompted that the connection is not private, select the proceed option.
    4. Select your Country, and Language. Tick the agreement box, and select Continue.
    5. Enter a Username and Password. Record these details in a safe place for later use. Select Save.
    6. Select Network.
    7. Change the IP address of the device to suit your network. In our example, it will be 192.168.1.101. Select Save Changes.
    8. You will loose connection to the device, wait 1-2 minutes and enter the new IP address into your web browser. You will be required to log into the device again.
    9. Select the Wireless Settings option.
    10. Enter the same SSID and WPA2 Preshared Key as set on the Access Point. Select Save Changes.
    11. Select the Dashboard option.

    Station 2 Setup

    Configuration of this station is identical to station 1, the only difference being the IP address, which will be 192.168.1.102 in our example.

    1. Connect power to the included Ubiquiti PoE Injector, and connect the Ubiquiti antenna to the PoE port. Connect the LAN port to the ethernet port on the computer. Allow 2 minutes for the device to power up.
    2. Open Google Chrome, and enter the default IP address for the device, 192.168.1.20 (If you are unable to connect to the device, ensure your computer is in the same IP address range.)
    3. You may be prompted that the connection is not private, select the proceed option.
    4. Select your Country, and Language. Tick the agreement box, and select Continue.
    5. Enter a Username and Password. Record these details in a safe place for later use. Select Save.
    6. Select Network.
    7. Change the IP address of the device to suit your network. In our example, it will be 192.168.1.102. Select Save Changes.
    8. You will loose connection to the device, wait 1-2 minutes and enter the new IP address into your web browser. You will be required to log into the device again.
    9. Select the Wireless Settings option.
    10. Enter the same SSID and WPA2 Preshared Key as set on the Access Point. Select Save Changes.
    11. Select the Dashboard option.

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