A VLAN should be configured for Mews POS network as a Class C network with default 24-bit mask. Each ethernet device (printers) will require a dedicated physical ethernet port mapped to this VLAN. Ports dedicated to Mews POS network should be labeled as such and not used for other purposes.
The firewall should allow unrestricted access to outbound traffic. In case unrestricted policy is not possible, the following IP addresses need to be whitelisted.
URL: your.bizzon.com (static, TTL 3600 sec)
URL: www.agentcash.com (static, TTL 3600 sec)
URL: outgoing.your.bizzon.com (static, TTL 3600 sec)
URL: outgoing.www.agentcash.com (static, TTL 3600 sec)
URL: q.agentcash.com (static, TTL 3600 sec)
URL: outgoing.q.agentcash.com (static, TTL 3600 sec)
Mews POS will require dedicated bandwidth in the range of 10-20 Mbps for download and 5 Mbps for upload (best ensured via Quality of Service setup on the router).
The router should have DHCP enabled. The preferred DNS server for DHCP responses is Google DNS. There should be a dedicated range of IP addresses reserved for static IP devices (in order to avoid conflict with DHCP assigned addresses). This range should be communicated to the onboarding team prior to installation.
It is mandatory that the VLAN is configured for both Ethernet and wireless devices. WAPs should broadcast the SSID for Mews POS use. SSID dedicated to Mews POS should belong to the same VLAN in order to facilitate local communication with network devices (printers).
Mews POS SSID should preferably be broadcasted on the 5ghz spectrum. It is very important to ensure good AP coverage with a signal greater than -65dBm in all areas of the hotel where Mews POS devices will be used. Degradation in service (syncing between devices) may result from the insufficiently strong wireless signal. It is best to distribute and install wireless access points on ceilings of central locations with an unobstructed line of sight to all service areas.