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In the case of the Platypus boat, the Bullet is used as an access point hotspot , generating a long-range WiFi WLAN network for communcation between the boat and the on-shore devices. As the radio is powered through PoE, it comes with a PoE adapter as seen in the image below exact model may differ :. From a factory reset, the Bullet can be accessed through its standard IP However, its default settings are WiFi station and bridge mode. For this initial setup, it is recommended to connect the Bullet to a conventional computer, as the configuration is done via browser or to a Raspberry running a graphical interface OS.
In Linux, we can manually connect to the bullet through the ifconfig command. After connecting the LAN adapter port into the computer, run:. To manually assign an IP and connect, run:. For example:. A untrusted connection or security certificate warning may appear, which can be safely ignored. A screen like the one below will appear:. To configure the Bullet as an access point, change the following configurations in the Wireless tab:. Thus, in the case of the Platypus boat, the radio must be configured in Bridge mode.
In the Network tab, modify the following fields to configure the radio in bridge mode:. Click Change and then Apply. Once again, this can be done with the ifconfig command in Linux. For the Raspberry, the interface used is the Ethernet e. Setting IP by ifconfig will assign the IP temporarily to the port. An IP must also be manually set for the WiFi devices. In Android 7. PING
Ubiquiti Bullet M2HP (BulletM2-HP)