Wi-Fi Adapter Support

 

Wi-Fi Adapter Support

 

 

Set up the Wi-Fi access point (AP) on the Android device 1. Launch the Settings application on your Android device. 2. Tap on Connections . 3. Tap on Mobile Hotspot and Tethering . 4. Enable Mobile Hotspot. 5. Tap on Mobile Hotspot (not the slider). You may receive a popup dialog asking you if you want to enable Wi-Fi sharing. Tap on Cancel . 6. Take note of the access point name (by default it is "AndroidAP") and the access point password (automatically generated). For this demonstration, the access point password is hpqq8932 . Configure the WiSnap to Connect to AndroidAP 1...
The WiSnap supports the following Wi-Fi modes: • Enterprise networking • Ad-hoc • Access Point • COM-TCP For more information refer to the WiSnap user guide . For information specific to the Access Point mode, see our app note for using the WiSnap in Access Point mode .
The WiSnap can be set up using two methods; connected via RS-232 to a computer (PC or Mac) or using the WiSnap Setup App for iOS . (or the WiSnap Setup Plus App for iOS ) If you use a computer to set up the WiSnap, SerialIO recommends using a terminal tool like TeraTerm or CoolTerm—please avoid HyperTerm as issues have been documented using this tool. Configuration for the WiSnap is extensive and a working knowledge of network configuration is highly advised. See the WiSnap User Guide for full details. Visit WiSnap support.
WiSnap dongles are used to WiFi enable RS-232 devices. The WiSnap is a WiFi certified 802.11 b/g solution incorporating a 2.4GHz radio, processor, Full TCP/IP stack, real-time clock, FTP, DHCP, DNS and web server. WiSnap is available in models using AAA battery power or external power.
This support article demonstrates how to use a terminal application on Windows to setup/configure the WiSnap RS-232 adapter. Note: Although this demonstration was made using Windows, this method is equally applicable to Mac OS X. Select A Terminal Application Before we begin, it's important that you make sure that you have a compatible terminal emulator installed on your computer. Here, at Serialio, we often use our product, JavaTerm. This obviously is not required — there is a myriad of different terminal emulators (for Mac and Windows) that will do just fine. If you don't know...
Testimonial "I'm using the WiSnap Embedded Kit M1-USB to interface my iPad to routers and switches for initial configuration and emergency (failure) connectivity. Previously I used a notebook and USB-serial adapter, but the iPad has replaced my notebook completely. With your device, it's much easier to work on routers in rack cabinets as I can step away from the cabinet and find a comfortable place to sit and work." customer testimonials . WiSnap Support WiSnap Quick Setttings Guide Download the WiSnap User Guide and Command Interface. Videos and documents demonstrating WiSnap use. Using...
You will need the following for this tutorial: ● A Windows PC with JavaTerm (or another terminal application) installed ● A genuine WiSnap dongle ● A USB to RS232 adapter cable (with power on pin 9) ● Possible a gender converter for the RS232 end of the cable (depending on the gender of your WiSnap) Step-by-Step Guide 1. Launch JavaTerm (or your preferred terminal application) 2. Place two (charged) rechargeable AAA batteries in the WiSnap The WiSnap should power on automatically. 4. Launch Window's Device Manager 5. Navigate to the COM ports and expand that section 6. Make note of the...

 

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