Originally Posted by CGirvan
The config settings are:
IP Address: 192.168.88.1
DHCP Server box checked.
DHCP server range: 192.168.88.10-254
NAT box checked.
Bridge all LAN ports
These were the defaults which worked when connected directly to the win10 laptop
This is probably a bit late for Colin but maybe it will get someone else going with their Groove.
I have made a basic default Groove script that will set any Groove up as a CPE (station) with a DHCP Server on the LAN and a DHCP client on the wireless (WAN). There is a firewall on the Groove but no login password is set. You should add this by using the Password and Confirm Password boxes in the lower right corner of the Quick Set page and then hitting APPLY.
The Script file is contained in a PDF titled "Groove Default Script" found at https://www.islandtimepc.com/downloads
This PDF contains a script that will set a Groove as a station. The IP is 192.168.88.1, there is no login password. The Groove LAN is a DHCP server giving out 192.168.88.10-192.168.88.254. This is a good starting point to learn how to set up a Groove on your boat
There are several ways to install a script. The steps below are the easiest to write.
1. copy the text to your clipboard.
2. access your Groove using Winbox. Go to System->Reset Configuration, check mark "Do Not Backup" and "No Default Configuration then Click "Reset Configuration". This will remove the current
configuration on your Groove.
3. When the Groove is accessible again go back in with Winbox using the MAC address and Click on the "New Terminal" button.* This opens the Console.
4. In the Console "Right Click" on the cursor and choose "Paste". The information at the beginning of the text will come in and then the script will sit for 10 seconds before the actual script runs.
When the script is done you should have a Groove set as a basic station. Close the Console and click the "Disconnect" button on the Quick Set page and the Groove should be scanning for 2.4ghz AP's. If your Groove is plugged into a router WAN port and you connect to an AP with internet
then your router will distribute the internet
signal to any wireless devices that connect to it.