Anyone faced this issue here?
1. Intel Unite Hub V3.2, with Enterprise Pin Server
2. Dell Optiplex 7040
3. Windows machine accessing to Guest Access possible and can present
4. iOS devices can connect into the Adhoc wireless service, pingable but it cannot connect via client app citing SSL error.
Wouldn't creating a self-sign SHA256 certificate not enough?
At the same time, I've also tried editing in the registry of the Hub though yielded no result to connect iOS devices with the following
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\software\Intel\Unite\AllowInsecureCertificates = 1
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\software\Intel\Unite\DisableCheckCertificateChain = 1
In terms of network,
My Pin Server is in 195 VLAN
My Hub is in 130 VLAN
(195 & 130 are pingable)
Guest access (adhoc wireless) is given as 192.168.137.x
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Just an update for all who are reading this.
I am in direct contact with INTEL folks within my APAC region.
For MacOSX, the default application that comes with the enterprise installer doesn't work. However, the user needs to download it off APP STORE. It will work when connecting to Adhoc Guest
For iOS devices, the folks I'm in contact with do not understand why this is not compatible. Is this a technology limitation or just a feature not enabled at this moment?
/create-advanced-comment.jspa?id=517693 JackyWoo, thank you for your patience.
Mac version does support adhoc guest access, iOS devices do not as this is not a supported feature because of this it is not included/implemented.