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toh:ubiquiti:airmaxm [2012/10/11 14:26]
ticpu Add information that Ubiquiti's PoE has a reset button on it.
toh:ubiquiti:airmaxm [2014/12/29 19:14] (current)
danitool
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 The Ubiquiti Airmax M series are based on ar71xx chipset. They include: The Ubiquiti Airmax M series are based on ar71xx chipset. They include:
  
-| NanoStation M       | sectorial 60 deg antenna, high power, 2 ethernet | +| NanoStation M       | sectorial 60 deg antenna, high power, 2 ethernet ​     
-| NanoStation Loco M  | low cost sectorial 60 deg antenna, 1 ethernet ​   +| NanoStation Loco M  | low cost sectorial 60 deg antenna, 1 ethernet ​        ​
-| PicoStation M HP    | omni directionnal,​ high power, 1 ethernet ​       +| PicoStation M HP    | omni directionnal,​ high power, 1 ethernet ​            ​
-| Bullet M            | other form, high power, 1 ethernet ​              ​+| Bullet M            | other form, high power, 1 ethernet ​                   
-| Rocket M            | high end, usb                                    +| Rocket M            | high end, usb                                         ​
-| PowerBridge M       | Rocket M with High power Antenna, 1 ethernet ​    ​|+| PowerBridge M       | Rocket M with High power Antenna, 1 ethernet ​         | 
 +| NanoBridge M        | device-in-feeder directional dish antenna, 1 ethernet ​|
  
 Note: For the models with 1 ethernet (nanostation loco m, picostation m hp, bullet m) , use the bullet-m image. Note: For the models with 1 ethernet (nanostation loco m, picostation m hp, bullet m) , use the bullet-m image.
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 Power cycle the device while you keep the reset button pushed. Leds will start to blink red and yellow. Power cycle the device while you keep the reset button pushed. Leds will start to blink red and yellow.
  
-Then tftp the image to 192.168.1.20+Then tftp the image to 192.168.1.20 ​following the instructions at the [[:​doc:​howto:​generic.flashing.tftp#​bootloader.contains.tftp.server|Installing OpenWrt via TFTP]] page.
  
 ===== Remote reset ===== ===== Remote reset =====
 It is possible to remotely press the reset button on M-series devices by briding the powerlines, Ubiquiti'​s 1 ampere power injector (the one with LAN LEDs) has a button that you can press that physically closes the reset button circuit. If you have the smaller power injector or a generic one, you can read http://​dren.dk/​mreset.html for more information about making your own reset button out of it. It is possible to remotely press the reset button on M-series devices by briding the powerlines, Ubiquiti'​s 1 ampere power injector (the one with LAN LEDs) has a button that you can press that physically closes the reset button circuit. If you have the smaller power injector or a generic one, you can read http://​dren.dk/​mreset.html for more information about making your own reset button out of it.
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 +===== Serial =====
 +
 +serial pins are clearly labeled. GND, SOU, SIN, PWR (3.3V). the PWR connection is not needed when plugged in.
 +
 +serial settings (which also works for other ubiquity M devices)
 +
 +''​Bits per second: 115200
 +Data bits: 8
 +Stop bits: 1
 +Parity: None
 +Flow control: None''​
 +
 +{{:​media:​nanom2.jpg|}}
  
 ==== Other models ==== ==== Other models ====
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 Nanobridge-m tested fine with r30919 Nanobridge-m tested fine with r30919
 +{{:​media:​NanoBridgeM5_top.jpg|NanoBridgeM5}}
 +{{:​media:​NanoBridgeM5_bottom.jpg|NanoBridgeM5}}
  
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