AP8R2.4.11B821-WEB.zip (18.4 MB)
AP-8 Release 2.4.11 Minimal Software Package
This download contains the minimal v2.4.11 software package for the Avaya AP-8 Access Point.
Included in the download are: the AP-8 firmware, ScanTool Configuration Utility, readme.txt, manuals, help files, and MIB files.
Enhancements in release v2.4.11 include:
VLAN with the WPA-PSK security mode now works properly.
For WEP, you can now configure any WEP key for static WEP
NOTE: Upgrading more that two release levels of firmware on any Access Point may cause problems in the operation of the device.
Sivaprakash (DG Staff Member) on 16-Jan-2006
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|AV_AP8.bin||1.7 MB||4 May 2004|
|HTML/config_files/filelist.xml||196 bytes||29 Sep 2003|
|HTML/config_files/website.txt||63 bytes||9 Mar 2003|
|HTML/images/website.txt||63 bytes||9 Mar 2003|
|HTML/website.txt||63 bytes||9 Mar 2003|
|License.txt||6.8 KB||24 Mar 2004|
|MIB/IANAifType-MIB.mib||12.2 KB||16 May 2003|
|MIB/SNMPv2-MIB.mib||26.0 KB||16 May 2003|
|MIB/mib-802.mib||120.3 KB||17 Mar 2003|
|MIB/orinoco.mib||344.6 KB||19 May 2004|
|MIB/rfc1213.mib||102.8 KB||7 May 2001|
|MIB/rfc1493.mib||47.8 KB||7 May 2001|
|MIB/rfc1643.mib||20.2 KB||17 Mar 2004|
|PDF/AP-REG-FLY.pdf||389.6 KB||27 Feb 2004|
|PDF/AP8-UG-ENU.pdf||7.0 MB||26 May 2004|
|ScanTool.exe||176.1 KB||31 Jan 2003|
|Setup.exe||56.3 KB||5 Sep 2001|
|Setup.ini||126 bytes||15 Jun 2004|
|data1.cab||469.4 KB||15 Jun 2004|
|data1.cab/_Engine_Engine_Files/corecomp.ini||28.5 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|data1.cab/_Engine_ScriptEngine/iscript.dll||225.3 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|data1.cab/_Engine_SelfRegistering/ctor.dll||77.8 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|data1.cab/_Engine_SelfRegistering/iuser.dll||176.1 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|data1.cab/_Engine_SelfRegistering/objectps.dll||32.8 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|data1.cab/_Support_English_Files/_IsRes.dll||258.0 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|data1.cab/_Support_English_OS_Independent_Files/License.txt||6.8 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|data1.cab/_Support_English_String_Tables/value.shl||425 bytes||13 Jun 2015|
|data1.cab/_Support_Language_Independent_OS_Independent_Files/License.txt||6.8 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|data1.cab/_Support_Non-SelfRegistering/default.pal||1.2 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|data1.cab/_Support_Non-SelfRegistering/isrt.dll||331.8 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|data2.cab||512 bytes||15 Jun 2004|
|data2.cab/_Engine_Engine_Files/corecomp.ini||28.5 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|data2.cab/_Engine_ScriptEngine/iscript.dll||225.3 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|data2.cab/_Engine_SelfRegistering/ctor.dll||77.8 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|data2.cab/_Engine_SelfRegistering/iuser.dll||176.1 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|data2.cab/_Engine_SelfRegistering/objectps.dll||32.8 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|data2.cab/_Support_English_Files/_IsRes.dll||258.0 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|data2.cab/_Support_English_OS_Independent_Files/License.txt||6.8 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|data2.cab/_Support_English_String_Tables/value.shl||425 bytes||13 Jun 2015|
|data2.cab/_Support_Language_Independent_OS_Independent_Files/License.txt||6.8 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|data2.cab/_Support_Non-SelfRegistering/default.pal||1.2 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|data2.cab/_Support_Non-SelfRegistering/isrt.dll||331.8 KB||13 Jun 2015|
|ikernel.ex_||346.6 KB||25 Jul 2002|
|layout.bin||470 bytes||15 Jun 2004|
|readme.txt||9.0 KB||15 Jun 2004|
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