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Community Manager
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AMT WLAN mode can't saw wireless IP

Hi experts:

Anyone can do me a favor ?

I guide from PDF following link: http://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-1276

but execute to Page 10, after setting WLAN mode, and I refresh the web page the Intel vPro WLAN IP can't be saw.

we use Linksys WAP4400N 802.11n AP. Looking forward to you answer.

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Employee
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Which web page are you referring to? the AMT web page on teh specific client? or on the router?

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Employee
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Which web page are you referring to? the AMT web page on teh specific client? or on the router?

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Community Manager
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Sorry, forgot to paste the picture .following is...Wireless IP address is 0.0.0.0, if fact the client and console are connecte to AP.

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Sorry, forgot to paste the picture .following is...Wireless IP address is 0.0.0.0, if fact the client and console are connecte to AP.

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Community Manager
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Any one can give me answer ? this issue is emergency.....?:|

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Community Manager
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Any one can give me answer ? this issue is emergency.....?:|

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Employee
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do you have the system hard lined & wireless as well? Looks like hardline is picking up the address. have you unplugged the hardline to just go wireless?

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Employee
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do you have the system hard lined & wireless as well? Looks like hardline is picking up the address. have you unplugged the hardline to just go wireless?

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Community Manager
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I'm make sure no hardline issue, because I can ping from console to client.

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Community Manager
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I'm make sure no hardline issue, because I can ping from console to client.

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Employee
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a few more questions:

did you setup the WPA profile per the document?

is the machine just wireless only?

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Employee
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a few more questions:

did you setup the WPA profile per the document?

is the machine just wireless only?

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Community Manager
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attached is WPA setting, for wlan mode setting need to connected to client machine, so LAN had connected. all the process is according to document http://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-1276

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attached is WPA setting, for wlan mode setting need to connected to client machine, so LAN had connected. all the process is according to document http://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-1276

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Employee
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what does your wireless profile screen look like and did you also add this setting to the access point?

have you also rebooted since you added the wireless profile to the client?

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Employee
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what does your wireless profile screen look like and did you also add this setting to the access point?

have you also rebooted since you added the wireless profile to the client?

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Community Manager
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After restart the machine, WLAN IP is occurred.

Thank you very much for your support._

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Community Manager
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After restart the machine, WLAN IP is occurred.

Thank you very much for your support._

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Employee
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If any more questions let me know..

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