The RT-Range Hunter/Target originally came with an internal wireless router to allow communication between the vehicles. In the RT-Range S Hunter/Target, there is no in-built WiFi and the WLAN communications is taken care of by RT-XLANs (or similar products). It is possible to setup a communication link between the WLAN of the RT-Range Hunter and RT-XLANs by re-configuring the wireless router of the RT-Range Hunter.
Note: only expected to work for RT-XLAN v1 (purchased before December 2018)
Connecting to the RT-Range router
Power the RT-Range and connect your PC to it via Ethernet.
Open a web browser and type in the IP address of the unit. The default IP addresses are as follows:
|Target||22.214.171.124 - 126.96.36.199|
You should be directed to a Login page. Use the following credentials:
This will take you to the routers settings page.
Configuring the RT-Range router
- Go to the 'Wireless Settings' section (under Setup).
- Ensure the SSID is the same as the SSID of the RT-XLANs (by using Site Survey with the RT-XLAN running nearby).
- Change the Network Type to 'Infrastructure'.
- Check the Mode is 'g and b'.
- Check the Country/Region is correct.
- Click Apply
- Next, go to the 'Wireless Bridging' section (under Advanced).
- If you would like to use the RT-Range as a hunter alongside RT-Range S Targets:
- Check 'Access Point' and then click Apply.
- Navigate to the 'IP settings' section (under Setup).
- Set the IP address to 188.8.131.52
- If you would like to use the RT-Range as a target alongside a RT-Range S Hunter:
- Check 'Client Mode'.
- Set the IP address to be in the range 184.108.40.206-220.127.116.11 (ensure it doesn't match the IP address of any client RT-XLANs that are being used).
- Click Apply.
The RT-Range should now be compatible with the RT-XLANs.