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Doesn’t automatically power up when utility power is restored: Buffalo WLAE-AG300N Dual-Band Wireless-N Ethernet Converter Access Point and Bridge

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/08/19

I got myself two Buffalo WLAE-AG300N devices to function as a WiFi bridge (I couldn’t run an ethernet cable from A to B, but both devices there were wired).

Just found out that when you loose utility power, and it comes back up, then these devices do not automatically power up: you *have* to press the power button.

Bummer.

–jeroen

via: WLAE-AG300N : AirStation™ Nfiniti™ Dual-Band Wireless-N Ethernet Converter Access Point and Bridge.

One Response to “Doesn’t automatically power up when utility power is restored: Buffalo WLAE-AG300N Dual-Band Wireless-N Ethernet Converter Access Point and Bridge”

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