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mjb Posted - 07/08/2020 : 18:33:01
I have made an account at & registered my GQ GMC-500+. Now, in the GQ GMC Data Viewer, when I try to set the SSID, WiFi password and User ID & Geiger Counter ID, I get the following error when I click the ""Write to device" button. . The "Webite" field is "", the "URL" field is "log2.asp", and the "Peroid" field is "5". The User ID is the 5-digit one from "" and the Geiger Counter ID is the 11-digit one from "". The (WPA2-PSK) SSID is "SVR", and the SSID password is 22 characters long generated randomly by my commercial grade router composed of alpha-numeric & common punctuation characters. Should all be pretty mundane stuff.

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mjb Posted - 07/09/2020 : 03:43:40
A little experimenting shows that either the GQ GMC Data Viewer or the GQ GMC-500+ doesn't adhere to WPA2/WPA3-PSK in terms of allowed passwords. I found a workaround by creating an additional (insecure) WPA2/WPA3-PSK SSID isolated to it's own VLAN just for the GQ GMC-500+ with a short 9 character alphanumeric password (no punctuation). This is a bug in the GQ GMC Data Viewer or the GQ GMC-500+, hopefully not a limitation of the WiFi chip in the GQ GMC-500+, and so fixable without too much effort.

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