As you may know I have written an article on How to utilize the TP-LocoM5 to create a Point to Point Bridge, Well I keep hearing customers trying to use these for indoor applications and unfortunately the Nano Locos are not for indoor use they require Line of sight to work properly.
The same can be accomplished with the TP-Airrouter/TP-Airrouter-HP, a scenario where this will work is when you can not run wires from one spot to another.
The same setup what it comes to creating the Access Point and setting up the Station side is the same as the Nano. Here is a Video.
The two video show how to set up both devices, keep in mind that you need to set these to Routers separately or you will end up having IP conflicts and will not be able to access the GUI of the Routers.
Default IP for these are : 192.168.1.20
Notes: If you are using the HP Router it is powered via PoE the cable has two connections the supplied cable goes into the Switch/Modem/router that will be the main network and the other input you will need to attach the supplied Cat5 cable to this side and the other end to the input of the router.
Here is the configuration files for those that just want to simply upload them and make smaller changes like the SSID and IP address to match your network Scheme.
Configuration File: Link
Access Point : 192.168.1.20
SSID: HP Router
Passphrase is : password1234
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