1 Reply Latest reply on Jun 2, 2014 12:04 PM by Brett.Smith

    control radio type (b/g/n) on Motorola MC55

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      Hi Folks -- trying to force a radio mode (802.11b/g/n) on MC55's but don't see a way to do so in the GUI.  Is this something that can be adjusted in a PRF file manually or as a custom property in the WLAN settings of the network profile?

       

      Thanks,

      -Ben

        • 1. Re: control radio type (b/g/n) on Motorola MC55
          Brett.Smith SupportEmployee

          Good Afternoon Ben,

           

          Currently the only custom network properties Avalanche can support for this device are as follows: List of Custom Network Properties

          •        "802.11d" – “1” to enable 802.11d, “0” to disable it.  Affects Fusion versions 2.55 and up.
          •         "CountryCode" – The 2 or 3 letter ISO 3166-1 country code, modifying the global Fusion option.  Remove the property or set it empty to allow any country.   No effect if 802.11d" is disabled.  Affects Fusion versions 2.60 and up.
          •         "ProfileCountryCode" - The 2 or 3 letter ISO 3166-1 country code, modifying only the Enabler Fusion profile.  Remove the property or set it empty to allow any country.  Affects only Fusion versions 2.60 through 3.00 (deprecated in 3.20)
          •         "ForceMixedMode" -  “1” to force the allow mixed mode flag on, “0” to force it off.  The allow mixed mode flag now always defaults ON when AES encryption is selected.  No effect if AES encryption is not selected.
          •         "PrimaryWINS" and "SecondaryWINS" – Specify optional WINS addresses
          •         "PowerMode" – Specify WLAN power mode.  "0" = CAM Mode, "1" = Fast Power Save Mode, "2" = Max Power Save Mode
          •         "TransmitPowerLevel" – “0” for the radio to auto adjust transmit power level, “1” to transmit at an additional power level
          •         "CredPromptOnConnect" – Value doesn’t matter.  If set, specifies that credential verification prompting will be during connection
          •         "CredPromptOnResume" – Value doesn’t matter.  If set, credential verification prompting will be done on resume after suspension
          •         "CredPromptOnTimeInterval" – A DWORD that defines the time interval in minutes that effects login for credential cache. Once this interval expires the user will be given a prompt to log back into the system.  NOTE: We don’t currently support doing credentials verification at specific times.
          •         "AutoPACProvisioning" – “1” to turn Auto PAC Provisioning on, “0” to turn it off.  If not present, the Fusion option won’t be changed.
          •         "AutoPACRefreshing"– “1” to turn Auto PAC Refreshing on, “0” to turn it off.  If not present, the Fusion option won’t be changed.


          For the time being we recommend going to the MFG and verify if they have a regkey that can be altered to lock the device to BG mode. If there is a regkey value for this we will be able to push the regkey to a device via a profile and fix this issue that way.


          EDIT: Per Moto.. the latest release of Fusion supports GUI options to select 2.4 and/or 5.0 GHz this is still not controllable by avalanche.


          Thank you,


          Brett Smith

          Technical Support Engineer