CA750 Wi-Fi Configuration Page — Overview

 

The CA750 Wi-Fi Configuration Page will help you create a setup file to configure and get your CA750 onto your wireless network. The following is an overview of the procedure.

 

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Verify current firmware on CA750 (Hold Home.png [Home] + Auxilary.png [Auxiliary] for approx 3 seconds.)

Visit Avizia.com/firmware to confirm latest version. Step2.PNGChoose your connectivity mode: (Single-client (SC) mode / Work Group Bridge (WGB) mode)

  • NOTE: Work Group Bridge Mode may require additional settings changes on certain networks. 

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Enter the SSID information

Select the Encryption Type

Select the Authentication Type.

  • The Authentication type selected will determine if 1 or 2 entire fields are displayed for Pre-shared key or a User ID and Password field.
  • NOTE: Avizia recommends using WPA2-AES encryption for the most secure, stable connection. 

 

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Single Client mode has an option to configure the additional radio. 

  • This is quite rare and generally only used with PEAP or LEAP authentication. 
  • Uncheck the box if configuration is different for each radio. This will display second radio settings for the codec.

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Advanced Settings will allow you to default the Wireless radio to 2.4Ghz or 5Ghz in the event that you find forcing a specific frequency increases performance. 

Network Enable / Disable is generally only used if an alternative Wireless Solution is mounted to the cart.

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Click one of the following:

  • Generate: Creates the CA750CONFIG.cfg file with the entered information and can be copied to Avizia jump drive.
  • Template: Creates a blank CA750CONFIG.cfg file.
  • View: Displays the CA750CONFIG.cfg file below
  • Clear: Resets the page and the CA750 Wi-Fi Configuration.

 

Insert the Avizia jump drive into the USB port on left side of console.

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Wi-Fi configuration is loaded to CA750.

NOTE: To keep your credentials secure, you should delete this file after you are finished configuring your carts or store it in a secure location.

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http://www.avizia.com/ca750setup

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