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  1. #1
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    How to add a WLAN access point via Device Management?

    Hi,

    I'm trying to add a new access point using OMA-DM. I can do it for the case of an access point of type GSM-GPRS following these instructions, but I'm not able to do it for an access point of type WLAN. The OMA-DM command succeeds and the new access point is there when I get the OMA-DM tree, but it doesn't appear in the list of access points that the phone displays.

    I'm using an N95 with the following data:

    V 11.0.026
    17-04-07
    RM-159
    Nokia N95 (47.01)

    Thanks in advance

    Regards

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    Re: How to add a WLAN access point via Device Management?

    Hey Golvano,
    I am trying out the same...In the same example quoted by you, you can replace GSM-GPRS with WLAN and you can see the AP in the list displayed by device. But, my issue is that i am not able to set security mode like WPA or WEP to the newly created WLAN AP.

    If you have succeeded, please share with us.

    Thanks,
    Subhro

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    Re: How to add a WLAN access point via Device Management?

    Hi,

    In order to set the security mode you need to add something like this to the creation of the IAP:

    Add ./AP/APIdxxx/NAPDef/NAPIdxxx/WLAN/WLIdxxx/SecurityMode WPA

    The options to the mode are are WPA, WEP, 8021X and WPA2.

    And then if you want to use the EAP authentication you need to define some EAPs also just by adding those EAP-related parameters defined in the OMA DM Connectivity spesification (./AP/APIDxxx/NAPDef/NAPIdxxx/WLAN/WLIdxxx/EAP/EAPId0xx/parameter )

    Regards,
    Leni

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    Re: How to add a WLAN access point via Device Management?

    Hello Leni,

    I got it right to create WPA enaled WLAN access point. Thank you for that. However, i came across a new issue which i have mentioned in another post responded by you.

    Thank you so much.

    Regards,
    Subhro

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    Re: How to add a WLAN access point via Device Management?

    Hi,

    Could you please mention the exact scenario to set the WLAN access point using OMA DM. As i am also trying to do same but not succeed. Please provide me in details. What all component i need to implement to achieve same.


    Regards

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    Re: How to add a WLAN access point via Device Management?

    Hello,


    I am using
    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...G_ITEMS_VALUES
    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...d.php?t=126799

    to create the new Wlan, SIP, VoIP Profile.


    But I would like to know how to get and create a Node and its Parameters?

    I think it should like:


    Add Profile:
    Code:
    iSmlDmAdapter->AddNodeObjectL(_L8("VoIP/VoIP001"),KNullDesC8,0);
    Add Node:
    Code:
    iSmlDmAdapter->AddNodeObjectL(_L8("VoIP/VoIP001/SipSpecific"), KNullDesC8, 0);
    But how to add parameters in the node, like SipSpecificId?
    Symbian && Android && iPhoneOS

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