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Control your Wireless Setup

The Wireless view has 3 basic tabs and a tab for each present pool Clicking one of the tab's will navigate to its specific page.

  • Pools groups of devices that can connect
  • Access points : antennas - gateways between the RF(dect) and Ethernet domain
  • Clients : Wireless dect Green-GO devices

For practical info on pairing and wireless setup check the Wireless setup Guide. The physical pairing of access-points is stored in the devices itself. it is not stored in the config file or software. This means that devices can switch config without losing their pairing. This also has the effect that plugging in devices that come from another setup will automatically import their settings to Green-GO control.

Pools view

The Pools view gives and overview of all pools that are associated with current connected or lost devices. It displays the pool status to indicate all devices connected. Clicking one of the pools will navigate to the page of the selected pool

Pool mode

The pool mode is defined by the pairing method used.

  • OTA mode Pairing has been done over-the-air. This is a basic mode and no roaming is possible this is the default mode after a pairing clear
  • X Series Pairing has to be done with Green-GO control. This is a more advanced method which allows to roam between up to 7 access points

Adding a Pool

Pressing the ADD button will start the Add wireless pool wizard. It Creates a pool and optionally Access points and Clients can be added.

Name step

Enter a name for the newly to be created pool

Access points step

In this step access points can be added to the pool by default only access points that are connected and in OTA mode are displayed. To show Access points that are already in another X series pool toggle the show all access points switch. Note This will result in re-programming the access point and devices losing their dect pairing.

Clients step

In this step clients can be added to the pool by default only clients that are connected via USB and in OTA mode are displayed. To show Clients that are already in another X series pool toggle the show all clients switch. Note This will result re-programming the client and re-connect to the new access point.

Deleting a Pool

Pools that do not have connected access-points can be removed from the view by clicking the DELETE button. Note that this will not remove the pairing from devices. It only removes references to that pool from the software.

Pool View

The view of a pool will show 2 cards, one with associated access points and one with associated clients. A OTA mode pool is view only. For X Series pools a couple of buttons are available:

Add Access points

the ADD ACCESS POINTS button allows to select new access points to add to the pool. Access points can only be added when connected. To show Access points that are already in another X series pool toggle the show all access points switch. Note This will result in re-programming the access point and devices losing their dect pairing.

Add clients

the ADD CLIENTS button allows to select new clients to add to the pool. The client and all access points within the pool need to be connected to add the client to the pool. To show Clients that are already in another X series pool toggle the show all clients switch. Note This will result re-programming the client and re-connect to the new access point.

Remove Selected

the REMOVE SELECTED button will behave different depending on the connection state of a device. IF a device, access point or client is connected. the device will be removed from the pool and the pairing will be erased from the device.

Remove connected Access Point

The access point is removed from the pool and is programmed to OTA mode without any paired clients. Connected clients clients are not re-programmed, if this was the only antenna in the pool be client will not be able to connect to anything until it is paired again

Remove USB connected Client

The client is removed from the pool and the antenna pairing is removed from the client itself. The client pairing is also removed from connected antennas

Remove Unconnected Access Point

The Access Point is removed from the pool. No changes are made to any connected devices. If the access point is re-connected before clearing it will automatically be added back to the pool

Remove Unconnected Client

There are no connected access points, the references of the client are removed from the pool. the pairing on the devices will not be removed. With Connected access points the pairing is removed from the access point and the clients can not connect to the pool anymore.

Access points

The Access point view gives an overview of all connected or associated access points. Lost Access points that are no active pool members can be removed.

Clients

The Clients view gives an overview and status of all connected or associated clients. Lost clients that are not member of a pool can be removed.

Access point and Cient Status

Color status description
Gray Found Initial state
Red Unassinged - Lost non pool member client not connected anymore
Red Assinged - Lost pool member not connected anymore
Blue Unassinged - USB connected non pool member client connected through USB
Blue Unassinged - Connected Access point in OTA mode connected
Orange Assinged - USB connected pool member client connected though USB
Orange Assinged - OUT of sync Access point connected with out of sync pairing
Green Assinged - DECT connected pool member client connected thought DECT
Green Assinged - Connected pool member access point connected
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