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Gotcha…When I set an IP address there and do a restart I can ping the IP, but it starts to say that WDA/CCM failed and it’ll try again in 24 hours? It seems like the static IP is addressed but CCM still thinks it’s using the old address.
Would you recommend starting from factory default or is this something I should be able to change on the fly only needing a restart?
Where exactly? if I go to System Setup > Network Setup I see an ENET tab…I can click Properties in the Dynamic Address section and input static information. If I click on the WLAN tab I just see information about the Wi-Fi SSID there is no place to input information.
Where in CCM do you access the bitmap folder? It sounds like you may have to setup a FTP to be able to do this. Is this accurate?
I’m not familiar with the bitmap folder. On CCM I see an Apps & Data File Repository. Is this the same thing? That’s where I put my wallpaper picture and certificates.
I figured this one out. I put the code for each connection on one line and separated each section by a space. Works like a charm!
I have found in our environment that the thin clients usually check in at least once per hour if everything is OK. From my experience when a thin client goes longer than that it is experiencing an issue. I’ll find its IP address in ccm and start to ping it and often times realize I can’t. At that point I’ll head over to it to investigate. We have 35 thin clients, I’ve just started to associate a thin clients that’s not checking in as a thin client with a potential issue.
That did the trick! Thank you so much.
I can tell I’m close, but this is what I’m getting after inputting this syntax:
IEEE8021X=yes network=wireless Device=Wireless Mode=Infrastructure SSID=”TEST2″ access=WPA2-PSK wpa2pskpwd=Lockdown
If I configure the wireless manually by scanning for the Wi-Fi it works so it’s something to do with the syntax.
This is a truly minimal setup. I’d just have to create the device in CCM, plug it into the network, give it its CCM name and off it goes!
In the configuration generator I see a section for IEEE 802. 1X and one for WLAN. It seems like some of the info needed is in each of the sections. Let’s say I’m trying to setup 2 setups:
1. SSID=TEST Security= WEP Passkey= bac832evc483!
2. SSID= TEST2 Security= WPA2 Personal Passkey= Lockdown
What code would I use to accomplish this? I have two locations only one of the wireless profiles would be used on any one client.