Configuration Ruijie Reyee RG-EW1200G Pro

Configuration Ruijie Reyee RG-EW1200G Pro

I learned about this AP from training and FB groups that I had participated in before and now thank God I was finally given the opportunity to try the Ruijie Reyee RG-EW1200G Pro device. I   didn’t  have  much time  to try it, about 1 hour, so I’m sorry  if I haven’t been able to give maximum  results.

Topology :

Internet <–> AP <–> Laptop

Here’s the information I can provide:

1. Here’s a little photo of the AP and because I got an AP  device that has been confused before, then I will reset the AP, how to press the Reset button about 10 seconds more like the writing on the back (rreye06.jpeg) to the blue light flashing (rreye05.jpeg). 

Where is the blue light ? under the writing of Ruijie | Reyeee.  Honestly, I also just talked about connecting the adapter, how come there is no light indicator like a router in general. Even then, I knew when I reset it in the  position of the  router slightly sideways, so I saw the blue light.

For the  daytime it was not very noticeable but unfortunately I didn’t have time to try it at night.


2. Okay, let’s continue, before I tried the speedtest from the  laptop first to make sure my internet  speed and here are the results.

3. I will equate the IP block of the AP with the laptop, I put the IP, where is the default IP of the AP. Here’s how it looks and click Configure.

4. A wizard appears  to connect the AP to the internet, in the first case it is DHCP, because the router will be set by me a static IP, then the error  can be ignored. Here’s the display for PPPoE, Static IP and Repeater settings. After I fill in the  IP in Static IP, click Next.


5. By default it has been given the SSID name for 2 frequencies and in this case I will not change it, just fill in the Management Password and change the Country/Region/Time Zone, click Override.


6. The  SSID configuration that has been created appears, click Finish.


7. The AP has successfully connected to the internet, until a popup appears to upgrade the firmware to the latest version, in this case I click Upgrade Later.

8. The following is the view from the Home page, there is information on  the status of the AP, the number of clients connected and the status of the LAN port and  AP version.

9. Clients page to see devices connected via cable and wireless and there is a feature to block but sorry I haven’t had time to try it.

10. The Internet page is more or less like step 4, to connect the AP to the internet.

11. The Wi-Fi page is like step 5.

12. The More page apparently sees more features such as Basics WAN as shown below :

  • WAN : connects the AP to the internet.

  • LAN : change the AP IP, configure DHCP IP and see the connected device.


  • IPTV/VLAN, IPv6 Address and Repeater Mode sorry I haven’t tried it yet.


13. The Wireless page is as follows :

  • Wi-Fi : change the SSID name, frequency, password, activate Guest, for Smart Wi-Fi and Healthy Mode I have not tried it. I tried to activate the Guest Wi-Fi menu, which is usually so that the connected device cannot access the AP login page, but several times I tried, it turned out that my cellphone was still can access the login page.


  • I haven’t tried the Blacklist/Whitelist and Radio Frequency features either.

14. Security – ARP List page to provide a static IP on the device’s MAC so that it is not used by other devices, but I haven’t tried it either.

15. I haven’t had time to try the features on the Advanced page.


16. For Diagnostics, it’s the same, just try the feature on the Network Tools menu.


17. On the System page, only in the Online Upgrade feature that I tried, where after the upgrade process is complete, the router will return to the Home page and if we return to the page System – Upgrade, it says the router firmware is the latest version.


18. To change the AP language, click the active language and select the desired language, it turns out that Indonesian is available, although I didn’t try it either.

19. There is also a QR code to download the Ruijie application to remote this AP device via online, I haven’t tried it either.

20. Here are the speedtest results  from my laptop via cable and my cellphone via wireless using different frequencies.


Conclusion :

The main feature of this AP is Reyee Mesh but therefore there is only 1 router available and a short time, so sorry I have not been able to provide many results. Hopefully next time I can try again.  Thanks


Solution The parameter is incorrect

Solution The parameter is incorrect

My colleague’s hard disk (HDD)  the day before was normal and the next morning when connected to the laptop, had the above error. Thanks God, after I helped fix it, I was finally able to access the data again by doing the following method in Windows 11 :

1. Here is the  status of  the HDD when connected to the laptop, only the E drive  appears but the data  status is not visible.

2. When I click local disk E,  the following error appears :

E:\ is not accessible

The parameter is incorrect

3. Click start or the Search icon, type cmd and select Run as administrator.

4. Type chkdsk E: /f /x /r and then Enter, for drive E is adjusted to  your  HDD drive.

5. The repair process  went about 2 hours on my laptop.



6. Here are the results of the repair,  I can access the HDD  again (ignore drive F) and there are bad sectors that may be the  cause of the error.

The causes of  the  above obstacles include  power failure, bad sectors, being infected with viruses or a  damaged Windows system. I recommend always backing up the data to avoid unwanted things  like the  obstacles my colleague is  experiencing.


Internet Speed ​​Test Ruckus ZoneFlex R300 AP

Internet Speed ​​Test Ruckus ZoneFlex R300 AP

I found Ruckus ZoneFlex R300 AP at a friend’s desk and since I had some free time, I immediately gave it a try.

Because I couldn’t find PoE, I used Linksys’ 12V adapter and when it turned on it looked like the picture above. Here’s a picture of the router, similar to the Ruckus Zonflex R310 but slightly smaller. If we look from the top position, the writing will be inversely proportional, because it has been designed to be installed on the roof, so that the writing position becomes normal when seen from below.



For the following topology, where DHCP is from Mikrotik and my test results with a laptop from a router where I get a bandwidth of about 80 Mbps for download and 90 Mbps for upload. I immediately tried this device.



1. DHCP IP from Mikrotik to this AP is, so I typed it directly in the browser until the following image appears, click Advanced – Accept the Risk and Continue.



2. Because I don’t know the login access, so I reset the AP, just press the Reset button for about 5-10 seconds in the on position and the AP will be like the first picture above. Login with super username and password sp-admin.


3. If you see red writing at the bottom, it looks like this AP was previously connected to the Ruckus Controller because there is no wireless configuration in the Configuration menu. Here’s another view on the Status menu.



4. Below is the display on the Configuration menu, there are DCHP, Static IP and PPPoE configurations for connecting to the internet.



5. Here’s what the Maintenance menu looks like, I tried upgrading from the FTP and Web options, the results fail, either because the AP has been discontinued or something else. I will look for the Local option later.



6. The following is the display on the Administration menu, there are diagnostics for Ping and Traceroute.



7. Continuing from step 5, after I searched here and downloaded it here, I finally managed to make this AP a standalone AP.



8. There are some changes as shown below and of course the Configuration menu has appeared wireless configuration.



9. To enable wireless on a 2.4G Radio or 5G Radio, simply select Enabled in Wireless Availability, then fill in the SSID and select the desired Encyrption Method and WPA configuration and click Update Settings.



Note: on 5G Radio, if I select SmartSelect Channel, the wireless on my laptop and cellphone doesn’t recognize the SSID name and after I try to change to Channel 149, it can only be detected and after I change it back to SmartSelect, it can be recognized again, whether there is bugs or something else.

10. Here are the results of testing on 2.4G Radio and 5G Radio on my laptop and cellphone, to maximize the available bandwidth, it is better to use 40 Mhz Channel Width in each Radio configuration.

Thank you



Archives in Ms. Outlook 2019

Archives in Ms. Outlook 2019

I’m a bit confused to give the right title for this article.  At first I didn’t intend to create but since  I was  currently in the process of moving an email that was no longer   needed,  the idea arose to make it a  guide.

Introduction :

Every day I receive about 100 – 200 incoming emails  and some accompanied by attachments, of course,  the more days the size of *.pst will get bigger and make Ms. Outlook slow.


To that end I’ve separated  the   unneeded emails (by  year)  into another  *.pst. Why not just  throw it away  ?  It was feared that I would need the email someday, so I could reappear it easily


If you look at the  image above,  the outlook FI email size  is about 27 GB and  the other size is  about 1 GB, only 1 is about 265 KB, yes because I haven’t moved it yet. I leave 1 so that it can be practiced in this article.

Here’s the guide in Ms. Outlook 2019 :

1. Click File – Account Settings – Account Settings – Data Files.

2. Click Add – give it a name and select a location to save *.pst, click OK – Close.  In this case I have previously created the name Faulty 20XX and it is located in the  same place as the main email.

3. Folder Pane view of email is as follows.

4. Right click  on  the email folder  to be moved (in this case it is Faulty 2019), click Move Folder and navigate to *.pst that has been created, click OK and wait for the process  until it’s done.



5. Here are the results of the move,  the size of Faulty 2019.pst which was previously only about 265 KB became 1.2 GB and  the size of  Outlook FI.pst became reduced.

Currently I can delete all Faulty 20XX in folder pane because it is no longer needed, the method is the same as step 1 but the second step is to select the Faulty you want to remove  then click Remove and select Yes, repeat  it 3 times (because there are 4 Faulty to be deleted) then click Close.


The Data Files and Folder Pane view will be as follows :

What if one day  I want to  reopen the *.pst  ?  Do it like steps 1 and 2, but in this case I don’t give a name but just  select the  existing *.pst  and then click OK.

The results are as follows :

Closing Remarks :

The   point is how can I still  save emails that are  no longer needed so as not to  overburden Ms. Outlook (of course affecting the performance of the laptop) and display them again if one day needed.

Pretty easy isn’t it?  Good luck, thank you.

Configure Vignette Ads on Google Adsense

Configure Vignette Ads on Google Adsense

Actually, I’ve seen this type of ad, but didn’t know the name and when someone asked a question in the group with a screenshot, then I knew and applied it.

Referred to here, vignette ads are full-screen ads that appear between page loads and can be skipped by the user at any time.

Vignette ads are shown when a user leaves the page, not the first time they arrive, so users don’t have to wait for the vignette to load and Google limits the number of vignettes per user to maintain a good user experience.

Here’s how to place a vignette ad on my site :

1. Login to Google Adsense.

2. Click Ads – Summary – Edit (pencil icon at bottom right).

3. Scroll down to Ads settings, enable Vignette ads and click Apply to site.

4. A confirmation will appear for the application to the site, adjust it as needed, click Save.

5. Information about the implementation of the ad will appear, click Close.

The results of my experiment, less than 1-2 minutes after doing the steps above, the ad appears and indeed not all ads will appear when I move to another page, but at least I managed to place the ad. Thank you.


How to Remove Recommended Menu in Windows 11

How to Remove Recommended Menu in Windows 11

I am a bit  uncomfortable looking at the application on the Recommended menu  in Windows 11 as shown below, for that I will disable it.

Here’s a guide.

1. Click the Search icon  and type settings and select Settings or press the Windows and I keys together.

2. Select PersonalizationStart – swipe  left on show most used apps until it becomes Off.

Basically the menu  is made to make it easier for  users to  access faster for    frequently used or newly added  applications, but if we have added them to the shortcut on the Desktop or Taskbar, of course it’s not very useful.

Good luck, thank you.