The Nanostation Loco can work with the Sphere but the Nanostation Loco cannot support DHCP on both the LAN and WLAN interfaces Teradek highly recommends spending a couple of more dollars and getting the Nanostation M5 or using a separate wireless router with a LAN port. We've not included a configuration file here because you need to know what you are doing to make this work.
To make the Loco work:
- Set the Nanostation Loco to Bridge mode (allows free communication between the Wireless and Wired).
- Setup the Wireless access with WPA II encryption and set a password
- Assign a static IP address (ip 192.168.1.11-14 255.255.255.0 subnet) to every encoder of the Sphere before attaching to the Bridge. You can find the encoders on your network by using Bonjour
- Assign a static IP address to iPad Wireless interface after you connect that is in the same range as your Sphere (ie 192.168.1.15)
At this point, communication should resume as normal.