I'm hoping someone can help me, please?
I have a pair of LHG 60G dishes preconfigured from MikroTik, one is the master set to bridge and the other is a slave set to station bridge.
The station bridge I could set address to automatic and it found an IP on my domain and then I could update the firmware.
However the bridge dish will not pick up an address, it just does nothing. So I tried changing the IP address in static and setting my gateway and dns servers but still no joy.
Hoping someone can help me please as they should both be on the same domain really.
I ask this because as you said the Antenna will not get an IP Address neither from your DHCP or even if set statically there it no communication with your LAN...
Since there is a connection as you said i would check for configuration mistakes in both the Antenna and your LAN...
Does the DHCP of the router for example offers a lease to the Antenna ? No ? Does the log say anything ?
Most likely there is a problem inside your local network and not the antenna itself...
Did you try to debug this through the atenna?
Can you ping the router from the antenna ? If no do you get a timeout ? No route?
Can you Ping the Master antenna ?
Are both sides in the same Layer 2 network?
You have only 1 DHCP server in your network right ?
So my answers in order as below order of your questions.
1. Sorry, do not understand.
2. Cannot ping 192.168.160.100 which is the router, I get a timeout and no route to host.
3 Same cannot ping 192.168.160.166 which is the slave antenna. The master is a the one not picking up the IP address.
4. Do not know what you mean by the same layer 2 network? But I would assume so.
5. Definitely only 1 DHCP server.
The master is set to bridge and the slave is set to station bridge? Is this correct?
How can you possibly ping 192.168.160.100 when your Antenna has the 192.168.88.2 address ?
Change it to 192.168.160.X , where X must not be used from another device in your network and add your Gateway/DNS 192.168.160.100...