It is designed so that an Access Point will be re-initiated when the program finds it is able to associate Client Stations but cannot communicate with them. This can happen when there is severe noise in the spectrum.
The Marin program will ping all suitably marked Access Points and if they are alive it will then ping the marked Clients for that Access point. If the Client is not able to ping it will re-initiate the Access point, which has been shown to resolve the issue.
It was discovered that even a reboot of the Client does not resolve anything. The corrective action must be taken at the Access Point
The Marin Program will automatically start, if you enable this, after a Windows reboot, possibly due to an update.
It does not require to be logged in.
This is meant for unattended use, and thus requires no operator intervention to startup and begin to operate.
Marin uses Industry Standard RSA 2048 bit encryption for the password fields.
Marin uses the database that is created by the MyWay program. Note that it CANNOT make any changes, so it is a read only system.