WiFi IP is found on the Duet but will not open the DWC
I have setup the printer and in the YET program it recognizes the IP address and it is also displayed on the PanelDue, but when I enter into the web browser the DWC will never come up. It always says site not found on the PC but on the PanelDue it responds to some of the controls but will not let me open anything in the MACROS file folder either. I have worked at this for over 10hrs. Ready to give up. Any help would be great!!
M20 P/wwwto confirm the DWC files are on the card?
but will not let me open anything in the MACROS file folder either.
Does it give an error message?
In YAT. are you able to run M503 to see the contents of config.g? That's a quick test that access to the SD card is working.
; Configuration file for RailcoreII 300ZL Series Printers<LF>; Do NOT change this file. All customizations should occur in config-user.g<LF> is what is says when i run M503
@bearer Tjis it what it says when I run that ..
Begin file list<LF>dwc.json<LF>favicon.ico.gz<LF>html404.htm<LF>language.xml.gz<LF>reprap.htm.gz<LF>css<LF>fonts<LF>js<LF>End file list<LF>ok<LF>
which version of RRF firmware do you have?
The firmware is 2.02
The firmware is 2.02
Is old, but should be comptible with DWC 1.x indicated by the reprap.htm.gz file.
Just in case there is an issue with the SD card, pull the card from the duet and put it in your PC. Copy the entire contents to your PC as a backup, then use the SD card formatter tool to format it.
Then copy your files back and test again.
Might as well download a fresh copy of DWC 1.x and share the content of config-user.g while you're at it please.
@dc42 here is what i get when i run that command....
; Configuration file for RailcoreII 300ZL Series Printers<LF>; Do NOT change this file. All customizations should occur in config-user.g<LF><LF>; Debugging<LF>M111 S0 ; Debug off<LF>M929 P"eventlog.txt" S1 ; Start logging to file eventlog.txt<LF>M550 P"RailCore" ; Machine name and Netbios name (can be anything you like)<LF><LF>M552 P0.0.0.0 ; Use DHCP<LF><LF>; General preferences<LF>M555 P2 ; Set output to look like Marlin<LF>M575 P1 B57600 S1 ; Comms parameters for PanelDue<LF>G21 ; Work in millimetres<LF>G90 ; Send absolute coordinates...<LF>M83 ; ...but relative extruder moves<LF><LF>; Axis and motor configuration<LF>M669 K1 ; CoreXY mode<LF><LF>; Drives<LF>M584 X0 Y1 Z5:6:7 E3:4:8:9 ; Map Z to drivers 5, 6, 7. Define unused drivers 3,4,8 and 9 as extruders<LF>M[Warning: Maximal number of bytes per line exceeded! Check the EOL (end-of-line) settings or increase the limit in the advanced terminal settings.]
Well it looks like it's able to read the config.g file.
What do you get when you send M552?
Have you confirmed on your router that the ip address is actually correct?
@Phaedrux This is the result when I run that command...
WiFi module is connected to access point South Guest, IP address 192.168.1.198<LF>ok<LF>
and yes I have verified and found it on the router. the PanelDue says it is connected to that and the router says it is receiving and has a strong signal... this is what it shows on the router..
MAC Address ec:fa:bc:2d:e2:b7
IPv4 Address / Name 192.168.1.198 / unknownecfabc2de2b7
Last Activity Thu May 7 15:34:48 2020
Connection Type Wi-Fi Wi-Fi 5 bars
Name: South Guest
Mesh Client No
I'd guess the router is not allowing other devices to connect to the Duet because it is connected as a guest. You probably need to register the MAC address of the Duet in the router.