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6.
Using Location Management
Using the ShoreTel Mobility Client, you can specify a Wi-Fi network outside of the enterprise as a
home location. Creating a home location allows you to use that location as criteria when defining how
outgoing cellular calls are routed and defining calling rules.
This chapter contains the following sections:
Verifying Secure Enterprise Services Availability...................................................... 47
Adding Home Locations ............................................................................................ 47
Deleting Home Locations .......................................................................................... 48
Verifying Secure Enterprise Services Availability
You can create a home location for a remote Wi-Fi network if your account is configured to access
Secure Enterprise Services. If you are not sure whether your account has been configured to access
Secure Enterprise Services, ask your system administrator.
Adding Home Locations
When you are at home or another remote location that has a Wi-Fi network, you can use the
application to create a home location, which defines information about the Wi-Fi access point, such as
the service set identifier (SSID) and basic service set identifier (BSSID). When you create a home
location using the application, the location information is automatically sent to the Mobility Router,
which allows it to route outgoing cellular calls based on your location. If you define calling rules, you
can use location as criteria to define how calls are routed.
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