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Old 05-24-2012, 08:09 AM   #6
North Is Up
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Thanks for the suggestions. Maybe I'm not making myself clear. I'm not trying to port forward, just trying to get the local CyberQ wifi to respond to a ping or serve up a webpage. It's not doing that.

I can see the unit on the network. I see the MAC address of it on the router. Also, you can tell if the unit is connected because the arrow lights on the CyberQ Wifi light up when connected. If I change the reserved IP on the router for the CyberQ Wifi, the CyberQ Wifi gets the new address, so I know that it's configured correctly. It just doesn't do anything when I try to ping it or connect to it via http.
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