How-To Configure Wireless on a microPod II - Aftermarket
For Aftermarket Users ONLY
Note: The microPod II requires the wireless network to have password protected authentication. You will not be able to connect the microPod II to a public wireless network.
1. To begin, start the microPOD Setup Utility, and click the Wireless Configuration button. If you have not yet downloaded the microPOD Setup Utility then please navigate to step one of How-To Setup Your microPod - Aftermarket .
2. Make sure that the microPod II device is connected to the PC with a USB cable, and then click the Continue button.
3. Leave the following window open while you configure your microPod II device.
The Setup Utility provides internet access to the microPod II so that it can be configured for a wireless network.
If the microPod device has not been configured for wireless, and the Setup Utility is not running, it will not display in the wiTECH 2.0 vehicle selection screen.
4. You will now have to sign in to wiTECH 2.0 to view and configure your device. Navigate to the Okta user login through the following link.
5. Fill in your Okta Username and Password, and then click Sign In.
6. If your microPod II is connected to your PC with a USB cable, has a subscription tied to it, and has you added as a user of that microPod II, then it should appear in the Vehicle Selection window as shown below.
6a. If you have not yet updated your microPod II, then you will see the following screen. To configure the wireless network, click the gear icon located at the top right of the vehicle window.
6b. If you have already updated your microPod II, then you will see the following screen. To configure the wireless network, click the gear icon located at the top right of the vehicle window.
7. You will then see the Device Manager page. Click the drop down arrow on the Network tab to view available wireless networks.
8.1. If your desired wireless network shows up in the network list, you can simply click the network name.
8.1.1 Fill in the password and click Connect.
8.2. If you're attempting to connect to a hidden network, you can still connect to the network by clicking Join other network.
8.2.1. Fill in the SSID (Wireless Network Name), Password, and then click Connect.
9. If your network connection was successful, you should see the network name and IP address appear in the Network bar.
The network will also appear in the network list with a checkmark next to it, signifying that it is the connected network profile on your microPod II device.
10. Now that the microPod II device has a valid wireless network, you can close the microPod Setup Utility by clicking the Exit button.
11a. If your device was correctly configured, it should remain, or reappear, in the Vehicle Selection window without the microPod Setup Utility running. This image is what the page will display if your pod has already been updated.
11b. If your device was correctly configured, it should remain, or reappear, in the Vehicle Selection window without the microPOD Setup Utility running. This image is what the page will display if your pod has not been updated. Either of these is okay to occur. If you receive the following image, but are unsure of the success of the connection, then make sure the Registration Application is not running and unplug and plug back in your microPod II via USB to your PC. If your pod displays in the vehicle selection, then the connection was a success.
If you close the microPOD Setup Utility, and the microPod II device disappears, and does not reappear after several seconds, then you will have to repeat the setup process to correctly configure a wireless network on your microPod II.