How to set up Ubiquiti Nanobeam M2 as an Access Point, wired to a wired extender, on WISP?...

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I'm setting up a Ubiquiti Nanobeam M2 400 as an access point, wired to a
router which itself is wired to the main router, which itself is connected
to a WISP antenna on the roof.

Here's where I'm stuck.
Anyone know the next step?

First, I reset the Nanobeam to factory defaults.
- I connected the Nanobeam to a 12-to-24VDC 500ma-to-1A POE port RJ45.
- I ensured the Nanobeam first of six LEDs is lit green (power LED).
- I held the reset button in for about a dozen seconds (all lights flash).
NOTE: There is no need to cycle the power; it can stay on all this time.

Then I connected to the Nanobeam from a Windows XP computer:
- Connect the POE LAN port to the WinXP computer RJ45.
- Start > Settings > Control Panel >  
  Network and Internet Connections > Network Connections
- Check that the wireless Network Connection is disabled (it's too
- Right click on the "Local Area Connection" & select "Properties".
- Doubleclick on "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)"  
- Write down the settings (because you need to reset them when you're
- Doubleclick on "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" & set is as follows:
  (o) Use the following IP address
      IP address <-- use any number other than 20
      Subnet mask
      Default gateway
  (o) Use the following DNS server addresses
      Preferred DNS server
      Alternate DNS server <leave blank>
- Check Nanobeam has the first two of six lights lit green (power & net).
- Check that the WinXP computer is on the 192.168.1.x subnet.
  Start > Run > cmd  
  C:> ipconfig
      Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:
       Connection-specific DNS Suffix  . :
       IP Address. . . . . . . . . . . . :
       Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . :
       Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . :
- On WinXP, bring up a browser and log into
  Username = ubnt
  Password = ubn

Now what?

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