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RIO Developer Essentials Guide for Academia

"Wireless" tag

Connect an Academic RIO Device to a home wireless router to gain access to the Internet. Note: The NI ELVIS III does not have the Web Interface for modifying these settings. Use NI Measurement and Automation Explorer (NI MAX) to modify these settings instead.
Set up one Academic RIO Device to serve as the ad-hoc network host, and then set up additional Devices to join the ad-hoc network. Note: The NI ELVIS III does not have the Web Interface for modifying these settings. Use NI Measurement and Automation Explorer (NI MAX) to modify these settings instead.