Here are a few notes from my installation technician:
"In my time using the CnArcher application Beta 2017/11/03 I have grown to love it. I come from a satellite technician background and the GUI is very similar to the interface used on the Applied Instruments Super Buddy Satellite Meter (SBSM). It gives good, detailed information regarding dBm, SnR, Frequency, and color code. It's relatively simple to use and get everything set up including, firmware updates, factory resets, even down to the customer's very name. In using this tool, I have improved my customer's overall experience compared to using the headphones as my only pointing utility. There are, however, a few bugs (Or possibly unimplemented features) I've experienced that I think would make this already excellent application an even more invaluable tool.
Equipment we use are the 450d, 450b for Subscriber Modules utilizing the PowerLINK for power and wifi. 450i, 450m for Access Points. Application loaded on a Samsung Galaxy J3 (SM-J327A), Android Version 7.0
The application does not apply region or continent information to the SM, requiring access from our Access Points after the installation has been completed.
For whatever reason, there is a failure in applying our cnMaestro information to the SM. Upon further inspection, it appears that the cnArcher application is applying "cnMaestro_On_Premises" to the user name field under the cnMaestro tab. When changed to reflect the correct information, the SM still refuses to connect, stuck in a loop of "Will connect in x"
Upon completion of the installation and having entered the Site Name and VLAN, the application attempts to get "SesStatus" but loses the connection to the SM itself.
On some occasions, the application will not connect to the SM under any circumstance. Even after Factory Reset, Firmware Upgrade, etc.
As a final thought, a nice addition to the feature set would be an easy way to use the application to repoint SM units that were installed before this utility was in our hands. Thank you very much for the opportunity to test this already wonderful application and we look forward to see what improvements may come."