Poll: How do you use Regulatory/Country Settings on Fusion

All,  We are looking for feedback to understand how Fusion is used today.  Please reply with answers to these questions:

1) Do you use 802.11d?
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device?
a) How many are Ad-hoc?
b) How many are Infrastructure?
3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)?  Also, please note if you use the "Allow Any Country" setting.
Hector Meza
99% of my deployments are US

99% of my deployments are US based with a mixture of Moto/Other infastructure.  I use to enable 802.11d for Moto infasturcture but we are now disabling to inprove performance on DHCP reload after a resume.
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Hector Meza
1) Do you use 802.11d? -

1) Do you use 802.11d? - Usually turn off
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device? One - two max
a) How many are Ad-hoc? None.
b) How many are Infrastructure? All
3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)?  Also, please note if you use the "Allow Any Country" setting. -USA
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Efrem Robinson
1) I've also been turning off

1) I've also been turning off 802.11d to avoid conflicts with non-MOT infrastructure that don't have or support this feature by default. I have found it to be a real 'gotcha'.

2) I will sometimes reconfigure the default Out-Of-Box-Magic profile for my customers specific needs or just create a new profile. My customers usually do not maintain more then 1 active profile.

a) I'm not using any Ad-hoc at this time.
b) 100% infrastructure

3) USA

Efrem

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Michael Holman
1) Do you use 802.11d? NO -

1) Do you use 802.11d? NO - it's the first thing to get turned off.
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device? Usually one, with "OBM" disabled.
a) How many are Ad-hoc? None
b) How many are Infrastructure? All
3) What country is chosen in the profiles?  USA
"Allow Any Country" setting not used - the warning message  is a distraction.
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Andrea Sada
) Do you use 802.11d? NO - it

) Do you use 802.11d? NO - it's the first thing to get turned off.
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device? Usually one.
a) How many are Ad-hoc? Sometimes for RF connected printing
b) How many are Infrastructure? All
3) What country is chosen in the profiles?  South Africa
"Allow Any Country" setting not used - the warning message  is a distraction.
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Andrea Sada
) Do you use 802.11d? NO - it

) Do you use 802.11d? NO - it's the first thing to get turned off.
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device? Usually one.
a) How many are Ad-hoc? Sometimes for RF connected printing
b) How many are Infrastructure? All
3) What country is chosen in the profiles?  South Africa
"Allow Any Country" setting not used - the warning message  is a distraction.
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Mark Mann
See below for my response: 1)

See below for my response:
1) Do you use 802.11d? NO
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device? ONE
a) How many are Ad-hoc? NONE
b) How many are Infrastructure? ALL
3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)?  USA
Also, please note if you use the "Allow Any Country" setting. NO
NOTE: We currently have the Time Option can we also look to get the DATE as well from our infrastructures (RFS7000,WS5100, WS2000 and AP51x1)?

Cheers,

Mark
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Anonymous (not verified)
1) Do you use 802.11d? NO 2)

1) Do you use 802.11d? NO
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device? ONE
a) How many are Ad-hoc? NONE
b) How many are Infrastructure? ALL
3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)?  USA
Also, please note if you use the "Allow Any Country" setting. NO
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Anthony Ambler
1) Do you use 802.11d? - NO,

1) Do you use 802.11d? - NO, disable it immediately
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device? - ONE
a) How many are Ad-hoc? - NONE
b) How many are Infrastructure? - ALL
3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)?  Also, please note if you use the "Allow Any Country" setting. Sometimes "Allow Any Country", mostly "Austria", then Czech Republic, Croatia, Slovenia, and Hungary.
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Philippe Piemont
1) Do you use 802.11d? - NO,

1) Do you use 802.11d? - NO, disable it immediately
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device? - ONE
a) How many are Ad-hoc? - NONE
b) How many are Infrastructure? - ALL
3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)?  Also, please note if you use the "Allow Any Country" setting.
--> France, rarely UK (historical due to MC limitations)
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Anonymous (not verified)
1) Do you use 802.11d?NO, we

1) Do you use 802.11d?
NO, we always disable it as it cause problems with incompatible infrastructure

2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device?
Normally one

a) How many are Ad-hoc?
Normally none

b) How many are Infrastructure?
Normally all

3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)?
Russia or Allow Any Country depending on customer infrastructure setup
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Sean Wheatley
1) Do you use 802.11d?Only

1) Do you use 802.11d?

Only with compatible infrastructure which means Symbol only most of the time.

2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device?

Normally 1.

a) How many are Ad-hoc?

None.(seldom used)

b) How many are Infrastructure?

One (mostly a single profile, sometimes multiple)

3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)?  Also, please note if you use the "Allow Any Country" setting.

UK.
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Ian Jobson
1) Do you use 802.11d?Usually

1) Do you use 802.11d?

Usually disable it

2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device?

Usually just 1, sometimes 2 but rarely any more than that

a) How many are Ad-hoc?

None, never had a customer use Ad-Hoc, the only time I've used it is in my own testing when it can be useful

b) How many are Infrastructure?

All

3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)?  Also, please note if you use the "Allow Any Country" setting.

Either Allow Any Country or UK.
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Thomas Panariello
1) Do you use 802.11d? Never,

1) Do you use 802.11d? Never, always disable it.
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device? 1, rarely 2
a) How many are Ad-hoc? None
b) How many are Infrastructure? All
3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)?  Also, please note if you use the "Allow Any Country" setting. USA
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Katharine Winter
All,  We are looking for

All,  We are looking for feedback to understand how Fusion is used today.  Please reply with answers to these questions:

1) Do you use 802.11d? NO
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device? 1 normally
a) How many are Ad-hoc? No
b) How many are Infrastructure? All
3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)?  UK, Allow Any Country
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William Perryman
1) Do you use 802.11d? NO 2)

1) Do you use 802.11d? NO
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device? 1 or 2 typically.
a) How many are Ad-hoc? No
b) How many are Infrastructure? All
3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)? US
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Anonymous (not verified)
1) Do you use 802.11d? Never,

1) Do you use 802.11d? Never, always disable it.
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device? 1
a) How many are Ad-hoc? None
b) How many are Infrastructure? All
3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)?   Using "Allow Any Country" setting.
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Neville Harty
1) Do you use 802.11d? In

1) Do you use 802.11d?
In Cisco environment, NO. With Motorola's WS, yes
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device?
Various - depending on customer requirements.
a) How many are Ad-hoc?
never
b) How many are Infrastructure?
all
3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)?  Also, please note if you use the "Allow Any Country" setting.
Always 'Australia'
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Richard Hector
1) Do you use 802.11d? Never,

1) Do you use 802.11d? Never, always disable it.
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device? typically 1
a) How many are Ad-hoc?  None 
b) How many are Infrastructure? All
3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)?  USA
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Anonymous (not verified)
1) Do you use 802.11d? Never,

1) Do you use 802.11d? Never, always disable it.
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device? typically 1
a) How many are Ad-hoc?  None 
b) How many are Infrastructure? All
3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)?  SPAIN
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Juan-Antonio Ma...
Hi Dave, 1) Do you use 802

Hi Dave,

1) Do you use 802.11d?
In Cisco environment, no. With Motorola's WS, yes
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device?
I always use ONE profile, but have Profile Roaming enabled on Options (so it connects faster).
a) How many are Ad-hoc?
I have never used it with customers!
b) How many are Infrastructure?
The only one.
3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)?  Also, please note if you use the "Allow Any Country" setting.
I always set "allow any country" on profiles, and set "Spain" on Options. Actually, with Fusion APIs one can not specify the country, it is said to be "future".
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KEN LIM
1) Do you use 802.11d? NO 2)

1) Do you use 802.11d? NO
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device? ONE
a) How many are Ad-hoc? NONE
b) How many are Infrastructure? ONE
3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)?  Also, please note if you use the "Allow Any Country" setting. SINGAPORE
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Kevin Lollock
1) Do you use 802.11d? NO -

1) Do you use 802.11d? NO - Never
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device? Typically 1 however there have been more.
a) How many are Ad-hoc? None (although has been used for test/demo)
b) How many are Infrastructure? All
3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)?  Alway USA. Also, please note if you use the "Allow Any Country" setting.
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Matthew Chu
1) Do you use 802.11d? 100%

1) Do you use 802.11d? 100% no, first thing to get unchecked
2) How Many Profiles are configured on a single device? one
a) How many are Ad-hoc? 0%
b) How many are Infrastructure? 100%
3) What country is chosen in the profiles (if you have multiple profiles and different profiles have different countries, please specify)?  USA. Also, please note if you use the "Allow Any Country" setting.
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