Ad-Hoc Configuration Guides
Ad-Hoc networking is a special mode defined in the WiFi standards that allow wireless devices to communicate directly with each other. The following guides provide directions for configuring your WT-1 to function with a number of different platforms. Since each one has very different methods of setting up this functionality, we have provided separate documents for each one. Please select the operating system that your current computer is running to download the appropriate guide.
These documents are protected by Canadian copyright law and may not be reproduced without the explicit consent of their author. TCP/IP networking can be a complex topic and no single setup will work in all situations. These directions assume a standard configuration and may not function under special circumstances. As such, this document is provided as-is without warrantee - by following these directions the reader accepts all responsibility for their actions. The author does not accept any responsibility for problems that may occur while following these directions.