Wireless Network Connectivity (Wi-Fi)

The Polycom Trio 8800 supports various wireless modes, security options, radio controls, and Quality of Service monitoring.

To ensure the best performance in your location, set a proper country code with the parameter device.wifi.country before enabling Wi-Fi.

Enabling Wi-Fi automatically disables the Ethernet port. You cannot use Wi-Fi and Ethernet simultaneously to connect Polycom Trio 8800 to your network. When you connect the system to your network over Wi-Fi, only audio-only calls are available. Note that Polycom Trio 8800 does not support Wi-Fi captive portals or Wireless Display (WiDi).

Note: When you provision the Polycom Trio solution via Wi-Fi connection to the network, the Polycom Trio solution looks for files on the provisioning server using the LAN MAC address and not the Wi-Fi MAC address.
The Polycom Trio solution supports the following wireless modes:
  • 2.4 GHz / 5 GHz operation
  • IEEE 802.11a radio transmission standard
  • IEEE 802.11b radio transmission standard
  • IEEE 802.11g radio transmission standard
  • IEEE 802.11n radio transmission standard
    Note: Note: You cannot use Polycom Trio Visual+ for video calls when you connect Polycom Trio 8800 to your network using Wi-Fi. The Polycom Trio 8800 and Polycom Trio Visual+ do not pair when the Polycom Trio 8800 is connected to your network using Wi-Fi.