Lantronix MatchPort b/g Embedded Wireless Device Server Firmware 6.6.0.4

Operating systemsOS : Windows All
ManufacturerManufacturer : Others
CreatedCreated : Apr 10, 2009
Size downloadDownloads : 15
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Fixes:
- TX Power level has been reduced for Japan only, from 14 dbm to 13 dbm. Dependent on OEM country setting.
Note: Some features may already be available on other products.
-> Soft AP Roaming
-> DNS lookup in Connect mode
-> Expanded Monitor Mode commands 'NC' and 'co' to include name server IP address

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