By default WPS is disabled on the 8900AX, so if you need to connect a device, TV, printer etc, using WPS then you will have to go into the Configuration menu and enable it.
- This can be found under the Configuration->Wireless 2.4G->Security menu.
- Select the “Enable” value for the “WPS” combo, under “WPS Setup”.
- Ensure that the “Add Client” option is set to “Use STA PIN”.
- Make sure that the “PIN” value is blank.
- Leave all other options at their default settings.
Once this is done all you need to do, to connect the device using WPS, is to press the WPS button on the router, for around a second, and then perform the equivalent activity on the device you want connected.
Seems a bit long winded, and unlike normal Apple procedures, not intuitive.
The link is here.
And 75 days connected! Most stable router I’ve had had in the last seventeen years, also never had an internet connection this stable either. Well done to Billion, it wasn’t cheap mind, and to Zen.
This is a quick aid based on the Raspberry Pi documentation.
Some basic commands are:
sudo nginx -s reload
sudo nano /etc/nginx/nginx.conf
systemctl status nginx.service
Having problems setting, and retaining, the Updater Proxy in the Notepad++ UI?
Then resort to the command line. Open a cmd prompt, with administrator privileges.
At the prompt go to the Notepad++ updater directory, the following works for default installations:
cd C:\Program Files (x86)\Notepad++\updater
From here run this command:
This brings up the same dialog as the UI but this time the values you enter will be saved.