Advanced Wi-Fi settings for Android consist of Fusion and Proxy settings. These settings allow you to specify wireless configurations for radio frequencies, spectral masks, and proxy server settings.

Setting Description
Fusion
Include Fusion Settings Display the main settings for the Fusion feature.
Set Fusion 802.11d / Enable 802.11d Use an 802.11d wireless specification for operation in additional regulatory domains.
Set Country Code / Country Code Set the Country Code for use in the 802.11d specifications.
Set RF Band Display all the Radio Frequency specification options including 2.4 GHz and 5-GHz channel masking.
Set 2.4 GHz / Enable 2.4 GHz Use the 2.4-GHz wireless frequency.
2.4 GHz Channel Mask Reduce adjacent channel interference by applying a channel or spectral mask around the 2.4-GHz frequency.
Set 5 GHz / Enable 5 GHz Use the 5-GHz wireless frequency.
5 GHz Channel Mask Reduce adjacent channel interference by applying a channel or spectral mask around the 5-GHz frequency.
Proxy
Enable Manual Proxy Display the proxy server settings.
Proxy Server Enter the proxy domain name.
Proxy Server Port Enter the port number to be used by the proxy server.
Exclusion List Enter hostnames that are not routed through the proxy. Use an asterisk as a wildcard for the domain. For example, *.air-watch.com.