In certain environments where Wi-Fi is already in use, there is a possibility that the FARO Edge's wireless signal could be jammed or blocked. Wi-Fi security software exists that can detect rogue wireless signals and initiate radio frequency blocking. If you are experiencing Wi-Fi connectivity issues, ensure that the local IT department has not set up such a security system in place. Alternatives for connectivity to the FARO Edge include utilizing the USB cable, utilizing an Ethernet cable, or utilizing Bluetooth.
If Wi-Fi is crucial to the application of your FARO Edge, we suggest you consult your IT department to either unblock the signal that the FARO Edge emits, or have the FARO Edge communicate to the local Wi-Fi router simultaneously with the laptop so they will communicate seamlessly with each other. The last option requires that the FARO Edge pass all the network security info.
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