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Offline mrje1

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Can the Almond except 802.11b?
« on: May 24, 2014, 11:04:11 am »
Hello Everyone,

I have a fitbit Aria scale that utilizes the 802.11b frequency and I can't connect the Almond to it. First, can the Almond except 802.11b and if so, how do I set that up?

Thank You for all of your help.

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Re: Can the Almond except 802.11b?
« Reply #1 on: May 25, 2014, 10:28:41 pm »
Hello Everyone,

I have a fitbit Aria scale that utilizes the 802.11b frequency and I can't connect the Almond to it. First, can the Almond except 802.11b and if so, how do I set that up?

Thank You for all of your help.



802.11b uses the exact same frequencies as 802.11g/n,  so connection should not be a problem.  I have reviewed the technical specifications for your Fitbit Aria Scale, and I don't believe you should be having any issues with it.  (I do not however actually own one of these devices). 

The Aria does not permit static IP assignment,  so you will need to ensure that the DHCP Server on your primary Router is enabled.  and that Wi-Fi isolation" is not enabled on the Wi-Fi device that your Aria connects to.  If your Almond is the only Router in play,  this should not be a problem,  providing your Almond is configured as a "Router" (vs "Range Extender" or "Access Point" mode).

Please tell us more about the configuration of your network. 
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Patrick Wilson
Victoria, BC Canada

 

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