In short we have 7 Mobile Casio Scanners that seem to be incapable of holding their Wi-Fi passwords, they sometimes lose them for no apparent reason.
We of course, cannot give out the wireless password as this would be giving out access to our LAN as a Wi-Fi password soon makes it's way around the business.
It's causing a headache for me and our IT as we have to input these passwords on a day to day basis and sometimes business is halted as we are out of the office.
I thought about creating seperate SSID's on our AP's for 'SCANNERS', from here I was going to give out the password but ensure that MAC Address filtering was turned on to allow only the scanners MAC's through.
I've since read that this is almost pointless as a simple packet sniff of the wireless you can see MAC addresses in the Wireless Handshake in plain text, from there you can spoof your device into using that MAC address and boom they would be able to get into the network.
Not a good business choice in my eyes.
Any ideas from anyone would be HUGELY appreciated!!