OK, so its been a while since I posted the beginnings of my adventure...I am successfully running the LPC port of RRF 2.03 on my ReArm +RAMPS with Ethernet and LCD (mostly).
The OEM ethernet daughter board and generic LAN8720 boards seem to work.
DWC 1.22.6 is best performing one for me.
LCD menus are memory intensive. I have 1 single basic menu and networking enabled and it just about maxes out the system memory.
If you dont have networking enabled, then a healthy set of menus is possible.
I have fabricated a mosfet control board to control the PSU and part cooling fan.
I am sucessfully using the 3 wire Makerbot style endstops with LEDs.
I am using a homebuilt peizo sensor for leveling on the hotend with a Precision Piezo Universal 2.75 board.
I no longer use Octoprint other than to drive the webcam to monitor the printer. I can use the serial connection, but almost entirely use DWC now.
I did use a Panucatt WiFi backpack (ESP3D) connected via the serial UART. It worked quite well for basic functions. I prefer DWC onboard instead.
I also got it going on an SKR 1.3 board, but I will make that another post.
@NOVAprint I've changed the encryption cipher for the Wifi in my router. WPA2 (CCMP) does't work. WPA (TKIP) works.
In my fritz box there is also a button to always assign the same ip to some device. Maybe your's too? Try changing down from WPA2 to WPA and post a screenshot if it still doesn't work.
We are not selling the Maestro yet, you can only get it from M3D at present. But we're gradually updating the documentation to cover the Maestro in preparation for when we stock it. Meanwhile, the documentation for the Duet Ethernet is mostly the same as for the Maestro.
Thanks, you're right - it seems OK in Pronterface, so I can use that for hand-tuning the heater. Strange that only M307 seems to be affected, perhaps something to do with Octoprint's temperature polling.
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