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Cisco Wirless cards and Wyse terminals

By Lubbeng ·
I work in a large Health care enviroment. We currently use WYSE 9450 "thin clients" in some departments. These terminals are placed on mobile carts and connect to the network via Cisco Wireless PCI Cards. We also have the same wyse terminals located at stationary desk that are connected to the network By ethernet. My problem is when a user uses a web based application called "IBex" on the Mobile carts it randomly freezes the terminal. they dont have this problem with the stationary terminals. the only differnce between the two is the wireless connection. we have had our network engineers check the health of the network and they found the departments are not using anywhere near the 11mb bandwith they have, and the connection strength is generaly very good or excellent.We belive that the problem is with the wirless connection but cant pinpoint the exact problem. We have exhuasted all of are options. any advice or information would be greatly appriciated

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by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to Cisco Wirless cards and ...

How do you power and maintain the Thin Clients on the mobile setup?

More importantly how do you set the DCHP connection to work off a thin client over the wireless connection?

I would tend to think that your problem is related to the DCHP settings and it is failing when these mobile workstations try to access the web content.

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by Lubbeng In reply to Cisco Wirless cards and ...

The mobile stations are powered by battery packs that can be plugged into the wall and charged.

the thinclients are using windows xp embeded they use Cisco Airionet Client which uses LEAP authentication to log on to the WAP where they recive an IP address via DHCP

i hope this answers some of your questions

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