Usage Notes for Software Version 3.03
Software version 3.03.xx (January 2012)
Summit brand Wi-Fi products from Laird Technologies operate on the following operating systems:
The following are software usage notes:
Note: For additional information regarding the SDK, refer to the Summit Developer Kit FAQ or the Summit Developer Kit Programmer's Guide available from the Laird Technologies website, here.
The following are Registry Setting usage notes:
If you do not include both of the keys, then only the designated part of the MAC address is changed.
The following are usage notes for the use of Summit radios with a Cisco WLAN infrastructure that uses controllers:
The following are Security Configuration Elements usage notes:
The following are Power Management usage notes:
Long beacon periods or DTIM intervals: If a Summit brand radio that is using a Fast or Maximum power save setting is associated to an AP with a beacon period or DTIM interval that is greater than one second, then the following things may occur:
The following usage notes apply specifically to the SDC-PE15N and 40-series radios:
The following usage note applies specifically to the SDC-PE15N radio:
The following are miscellaneous usage notes:
For an AG radio, these default settings assume that there are four antennas: two for 2.4 GHz (802.11b and 802.11g) and two for 5 GHz (802.11a). If your device uses an AG radio with two antennas, one for 2.4 GHz and one for 5 GHz, then you must change the Rx Diversity value to Main Only and the Tx Diversity value to Main Only.
Each time SCU loads, the displayPWDS registry key in the global area (HKLM\Comm\SDCCF10G1\Params\Config\GlobalConfig) is checked. If the value is 2 or 3, the Hide Passwords setting is removed from SCU. In SCU, the user can only set 0 or 1. To remove the option (by setting the value to 2 or 3), it must be manually changed in the registry.
This password-masking setting affects the admin password, WEP keys, PSKs, and EAP credential passwords.
The channel map is a bitmap of 16 bits. The rightmost bit (bit 0) correspnds to channel 1; the next bit corresponds to channel 2, and so on.
The following table shows the channel maps and value for channels 2 and 9:
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