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iAnyWhere / connect 802.11

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2007-02-05 03:39:17.0Z
helder Posted on 2007-02-04 12:24:53.0Z
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can i connect the rfid reader to my network with modem
wireless 802.11 and use rfid ianywhere to control the
reader.
like the picture...
how can i do that, can you givem-e some configuration
example with ianywhere...

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Tony Woods Posted on 2007-02-05 03:39:17.0Z
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First of all, you need to make sure that the reader is
supported by RFID Anywhere. You can see a list of supported
devices in the RFID Anywhere Insider site by clicking on the
RFID Anywhere Connectors link.

From the admin console, in the connector properties for the
supported reader, in the network settings, you can specify
the IP address for the reader. Each individual reader will
require a connector so you can specify the IP address.

TW

<helder> wrote in message
news:45c5dea4.3aee.1681692777@sybase.com...
> can i connect the rfid reader to my network with modem
> wireless 802.11 and use rfid ianywhere to control the
> reader.
> like the picture...
> how can i do that, can you givem-e some configuration
> example with ianywhere...
>