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Zebra QLN320 Label Printer

Posted on 2016-07-19
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Hi Everyone,

Just wanted to know if anyone had come across an issue with the QLN320 printer on the 5GHz band on WLANs? I have used the zebra utilities to get the printer to point to the 5GHz band. However that said it still defaults back to the 2.4GHz network. Is there something I'm missing? WLAN network is currently a Symbol network and we will be transitioning onto a Meraki network.

Thanks.
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by:Davis McCarn
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2.4Ghz has much better distance than 5.  Have you removed the 2.4Ghz network from the printer?
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Have you set the wlan country_code parameter?

https://km.zebra.com/kb/index?page=content&id=SO8303&actp=LIST
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