The AyrMesh IndoorAP is designed to be connected to the power supply of an already-existing and normal-functioning AyrMesh outdoor device, e.g. AyrMesh Hub2n, AyrMesh Receiver, or AyrMesh Bridge. It provides a WiFi access point for use inside of buildings where the outdoor WiFi cannot penetrate.
First, check the lights on the IndoorAP - the IndoorAP's light should be shining blue and not blinking. The light on the power supply should be white and not blinking.
IndoorAP light patterns
- No light on IndoorAP - Power supply is not working. Check power.
- White light flashing - IndoorAP is booting. If this continues for more than a minute, there is a problem with the IndoorAP - contact Ayrstone support.
- Blue light flashing - IndoorAP has lost network connection. If this continues for more than a minute, make sure the device to which the IndoorAP is connected is working properly.
- Blue light on steady - IndoorAP is working normally.
Make sure the IndoorAP is working properly (blue light on steady, WiFi working properly) before connecting any devices to the LAN port. If you connect a device to the LAN port and the IndoorAP fails, disconnect that device. Do not connect a router to the IndoorAP.
Note that the SSID for the IndoorAP is the same as your Hub's SSID (from AyrMesh.com) with "_IndoorAP" appended on the end. For instance, if your Hub's SSID is "MyOwnHub" the IndoorAP's SSID is "MyOwnHub_IndoorAP" - the encryption key will be the same for the IndoorAPs or Hubs.