||Why I cannot project my screen?
||The sender software needs to use the network to transmit PC screen images to the receiver. Quite usual, the reason failed to do so is mainly because of "firewalls". Your Anti-virus or network security software would show a message to ask you if you allow the sender software to use the network. If you see such message, please allow it, or choose "add rule" to the firewall setting!
||How can I project my PC screen using WiFi, and access to the Internet at the same time?
||• Use an Ethernet cable to connect the receiver box to your Internet router or Ethernet hub (recommended method).
• Use a set of Power Line adaptors. One end connects to the receiver device via a Ethernet cable; the other end connects to your Internet router or Ethernet hub.
• Choose the "WiFi AP-Client Configuration" item from the main menu, and complete required information to allow the receiver device connects to your existing WiFi Access Point. Two important things are to be noted:
- The existing Home WiFi AP needs to support 802.11n using 2T2R technology
- The signal strength between your home WiFi AP and the receiver device needs to be good (at least 65%) to have reasonable performance!
||AP Client configuration is delivering no IP address to the device.
||AP-client mode requires correct settings and good signal strength to work properly. If you cannot connect the device to your home router with AP-Client mode, please double check the Home AP setting in the AP-Client configuration first. If the settings are correct, then you can:
- Check the strength of your wireless home router (802.11n router recommended). When the quality of the wireless signal of your home router is too low it will not be able to deliver an IP address to the device.
- Check if your home router is set to deliver automatically an IP address to any other client (DHCP mode).
- If your home router is set-up to deliver static IP addresses only, you need to configure the device to use a static IP address out of your network IP range. Open the McTiVia web device management page and give the device a Static IP address which is part of your static home IP address range.