I run a network for a hospital system. we recently upgraded our wireless controllers at one of our hospitals to the 7.0 code. Since then all of our GE EKG carts using a Silex SX-500 Wireless Serial Terminal Server to connect to our wireless network are not functioning. I was wondering if anyone else in the healthcare environment has seen this issue? Is there a fix for it. When we take a cart to another of our hospitals running 6.0 code it works fine.
We had the same issue. I'm guessing that you're running WEP. We converted our GE carts to WPA/PSK which appears to fix the problem. It looks like 126.96.36.199 may have an issue with pre-shared keys. We also have about 75 Masimo Pulse-oxs with silex cards running WPA-PSK without any issues. We still have an issue with some PCA pumps with embedded Digi cards running WPA-PSK.
We were running WPA-PSK before the upgrade. We are running the same version of code as you are and even when we remove all the security settings opn the SSID it wont connect. We did notice that the silex box behaves very oddly as far a channel and power settings are concerned. I may have GE reset the silex box to default and reconfigure and see if that help.
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