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1. Holding down the '''Option''' key, click on the '''WiFi''' Icon in the Title Bar.
1. Holding down the '''Option''' key, click on the '''WiFi''' Icon in the Title Bar.

2. Go to iOS '''Settings''' and find scroll down until you find the '''AirPort Utility'''.[[File:AirPortUtility1.png|alt=AirPortUtility - In IOS Settings|none|thumb|AirPortUtility - In IOS Settings]]
3. Turn '''WiFi Scanner''' on.
[[File:AirportUtility2.png|alt=Airport Utility - Turning On Wi-Fi Scanner|none|thumb|Airport Utility - Turning On Wi-Fi Scanner]]
4. Open '''AirPort Utility''' and tap '''Wi-Fi Scan'''.
[[File:AirportUtility3.png|alt=Airport Utility - WiFi Scan|none|thumb|Airport Utility - WiFi Scan]]
5. Tap '''Scan''' and wait 30 seconds.
[[File:AirUtility4.png|alt=Airport Utility - Scan Start|none|thumb|Airport Utility - Scan Start]]
6. Now you can see all the networks with their channels and RSSI levels. '''Click Stop'''
[[File:AirportUtility5.png|alt=Airport Utility - Scan Results|none|thumb|Airport Utility - Scan Results]]
7. Click on the info icon in the bottom right corner of the results page.
[[File:AirportUtility7.png|alt=AirportUtility - Channel Reports Icon|none|thumb|Airport Utility - Channel Reports Icon]]
8. Take a screenshot by using the key combination '''Power+Home'''  and send the pictures to [mailto:support@ncf.ca support@ncf.ca] or in response to the most recent ticket email you have received from the NCF Help Desk.
[[File:AirportUtility6.png|alt=AirportUtility - Channel Summary|none|thumb|Airport Utility - Channel Summary]]
9. The RSSI represents the signal strength of the networks around you. If you're configuring yo
11. '''REMEMBER:''' go back into the settings and turn off the '''WiFi-Scanner''' to conserve your device's battery.


Revision as of 10:24, 3 April 2019