The terminal provides the following security solutions for users' wireless network.
Before setting up security program, you must first enable the radio and set the date and
SSID on the terminal. To use 802.1x program, users must download a root certificate to the
terminal. To use Transport Layer Security protocol (TLS) together with 802.1x , users also
need to download a user certificate first.
View and configure all of the wireless security settings in the Application Settings screen.
Users can use digital certificates to identify the terminal's network access or server
validation. To identify the device with certificates, users must first install the device to the
trusted certification store on the terminal.
Android supports DER encoded X.509 certificate stored in the documents with .crt or .cer
extension. Install a valid DER-format certificate. Android also supports X.509 certificate
stored in PKCS # 12 key store file with p12 or .pfx extension. To install a valid key storage
file with other extensions at the end, users must change the extension to .p12 or .pfx first. If
users installed a certificate from the PKCS # 12 key store file, Android will also install the
private key certificate or a certificate authority that came with it.
To use the certificate, users must first install the certificate to the trusted certification store
on the terminal.
Note: Some applications that support certificates, such as email and browsers, allow users
to install the certificate directly from the application. For more information, please refer to
the Help Documentation in the application.
User Guide for ScanPal50 Series Terminal
Tap Save after editing.
Copy the certificate or key storage from computer to the SD card.
Install the SD card in the terminal and turn on the terminal.
Enter Application Settings, tap Safety > Install From SD Card.
Chapter 7: Configuring Terminal