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Intermec 9180 network controller RF suystem not communicating wit

Intermec 9180 network controller ''to host'' light is not lit. RF system is not communicating at all to host is this why?

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Hello,

The first thing I would suggest that you should do is that, try connecting to another host, or a laptop.

If it connects, then you might need to just change the network adapter of the host that is not connecting.

But if it still doesn't connect nor show any light, then try to check your network cable if it is faulty. You can just try connecting with another cable that you are sure that is working.

Kindly keep me posted about the problem.

Hope it helps.
Good luck.

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