I just got a new Pitney Bowes stamp machine to replace old one that had an analog modem. This one uses WiFi. I cannot get this thing to connect to my Meracki unit. The Pitney Bowes unit runs Android with a flavor of Suse Linux according to the docs. I have other android phones that connect just fine. This unit initially saw all SSIDs available. It did connect to the one I wanted according to the meracki logs, but the machine refuses to claim it is connected. Upon doing a DEBUG on the Meracki, I see the machines trying to connect to my "guest" network even though I never asked it to. I think the Pitney Bowes machine is just a POS, but was wondering if anyone ever had one of these newer pitney bowes machines set up on their Meracki network ???
It is a : Send Pro Series C 2H00
I turned on 2.5 GHz and I was now able to see all my SSID's, but still cannot get the machine to connect. Although the Meracki log shows it as connected. When I try to enable WPA along with WPA2, the Pitney Bowes machine will not even show as connected in the Meracki Log.
But, with WPA2, I just see this in the debug Log over and over.
10:24:31.496213 Probe Response (bpffield) [1.0* 2.0* 5.5* 11.0* 6.0 9.0 12.0 18.0 Mbit] CH: 1, PRIVACY
I was going to perhaps try to put a test network on "Open" just to see if it works. But I suppose I could also get a .pcap file and see whats going on. Its possible it is connecting on a wireless level , but some other communication is failing.
Wow, that manual is not very helpful. I doesn't mention protocols or anything.