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Connect MC9090-G to an Intermec 2100 Access Point

I have a client who is trying to connnect an MC9090-G handheld to an Intermec 2100 access point. He is transitioning from Intermec to Motorola/Symbol equipment. The MC9090 sees the network, but can't connect to it. Any ideas?

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Make sure that the ESS ID and security features match the ones on the AP.

Also, from the MC9090, you will need to click on the radio icon, select options and in the top drop down menu, choose regulatory. select the country where you are and uncheck the box named enable 802.11d.

This should have the terminal connected on to the network.

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There should be no issue as both are suporting the WiFi tndards. Try to deactivate the 802.11d in the software Fusion client.

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