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have you been able to configure a WiFi profile using the on board utility? If not and if you don't have the icon at the bottom right of the screen you will be able to find it in the windows folder. If you have a profile setup, does it have a yellow ! icon on it if so, use the icon on the bottom right then> options > Regulatory in the drop down menu > and untick 'Enable...' box If you have DHCP setup in the profile you may not be getting an IP address, you can check this in the status option from the pop up menu (bottom right). if you are not getting an IP Address, check all your settings in your WiFi profile. I normally start with a un-encrypted network to test the unit, then add encryption after you get it all working. You will need admin rights for the AP you are using. Additionally i have found that some units don't like TKIP type networks with out a software update. Hope this lot helps.
To configure the terminal TSD on Windows Windows do the following: 1. at the bottom of the panel find the network icon (it can be crossed with a red cross or be a red exclamation mark) 2. click on it with the stylus and select Options Options 3. In the window, select the menu and set the following values: OP Mode Filtering - leaving only a tick AP Networks, and remove Ad-Hoc Networks Regulatory - select the country (you can USA) and remove the checkbox Enable 802.11d Band Selection - I chose only 2.4 GHz Band, 5 GHz mark removed System Options - all ticks left (Profile Roaming, Enable IPv4 Mgmt and Auto Time Config) Auto PAC Settings - AllowProvision ing AllowRefreshin g and both set as No IPv6 - Enable IPv6 checkbox removed Change Password - leave blank Export - click the button Export Options, a window to save, note that saving should be in the folder \ Application and contain letters and symbols with the extension. Reg After that, push the Save button and
Do you have Wireless Fusion on your machine? If so, Enable Radio-->Scan for your WLAN-->Connect with a profile. If all settings are correct, and still can't get it associated, try disabling 802.11d from Wireless Fusion Menu-->Options-->Regulatory-->uncheck 802.11d.
Mine works after disabling this. Hope it'll work for you
Hello, you would need to click on the wireless icon in the right down corner and select options, then in the dropdown menu please select Regulatory please select your country. If the issue persistslase uncheck also the 802.11d option