- MERU products with "VirtualCell" enabled
- BlackBerry® PlayBook® and BlackBerry® smartphone products with 802.11 networking capability
MERU's VirtualCell technology assumes connecting devices will exclusively rely on connection data furnished from solicited probe responses to connect to their wireless equipment.
VirtualCell on MERU equipment generates a unique BSSID (Base Station Identifier) for each unique station sending a probe request, which differs from the standard fixed BSSID transmitted by base stations separately within beacons.
- Do not use MERU's VirtualCell feature on any networks intended for use with existing BlackBerry Smartphone or PlayBook Devices
- Use only hidden SSID's configurations with VirtualCell enabled base stations. Configure all Playbook and BlackBerry devices with a manual connection profile with the hidden SSID specified
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