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12. July 2011 at 13:04 #6736
I have just purchased several new V10LE Wyse terminals so I can use them in warehouse locations that do not have any LAN Sockets. However, even though I have my Laptop connected to the Wireless SSID I cannot get the WTOS to even see it and get a IP Address. There doesn’t appear to be many settings other than the normal basic Wireless settings and these are all correct?
Once I have this worked out I will produce a company WTOS.INI file so that all of the old and new Wyse terminal will update.
My aim will be to send out brand new boxed V10LE’s to remote warehouses so that they can simply take them out of the box, plug them in, they automatically pick up the WiFi, update themselves and connect to the company network.
Has anyone any ideas as I am new to these devices.
THe one I am trying to set up is Firmware version 7.0_113
AKA Fanflame12. July 2011 at 15:13 #20757
at least you have to either configure WLAN settings manually once or connect new units to a LAN socket, so that they can get the wnos.ini with the WLAN settings.
But you should easily be able to connect to your WLAN. Are you using the internal wireless option from Wyse?
Is your SSID hidden? What security are you using?
CG12. July 2011 at 16:11 #20761
We have a hidden WiFi here which is only using OPEN WEP but with a 128bit password.
I switched the V10LE on and went into:
System Setup / Network Setup/Wireless TAB and entered the details of the Wireless SSID.
However then on restart it will not connect.
The only way I can get it working is to connect a Network Lead.
I am doing this as a test as this is within our building which will have a different ini file to our regional offices.
Once I have got the WIFI setup and know it works I will produce a, Test adn release a new INI file into the field.
Any help appreciated.
aka Fanflame13. July 2011 at 14:47 #20767
Could you test with an unhidden SSID?
CG13. July 2011 at 15:02 #20770
How do I set it up then CG as I cannot get it to connect to the Wifi?
Are there any more instructions anywhere?
Many thanks Brian13. July 2011 at 15:47 #20771
Just broadcast your SSID from the accesspoint.
Hidding the SSID is a feature on the accesspoint and has nothing to do with WTOS.
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