Odd Behavior



  • Trying to reset wifi. Had issues trying to connect to wifi at work brought it home to reset and try to connect at home. I have already connected one DuetWiFi at home. Not able to get it connected, still trying to get it back to access point mode, however is disconnecting from my computor, see below

    READ: Network is enabled, configured IP address: 192.168.1.10, actual IP address: 0.0.0.0, HTTP port: 80
    READ: ok
    SENT: M552 S0
    READ: WiFi server stopped
    READ: ok
    SENT: M552 S1
    WARNING: Device unplugged while connected to port
    WARNING: Device unplugged while connected to port
    Disconnected.
    WARNING: Device unplugged while connected to port
    Disconnected.
    Disconnected.
    Attempting connection at /dev/cu.usbmodem1D11…
    Testing alternate communication protocols...
    READ: RepRapFirmware for Duet WiFi Version 1.17dev6 dated 2016-11-22
    READ:
    READ: Executing config.g...RepRap name: My Duet
    READ:
    READ: Done!
    READ: RepRapFirmware for Duet WiFi is up and running.
    READ: WiFi server starting up
    READ: Error: Temperature reading fault on heater 1: sensor open circuit
    READ: ok
    Attempting RTS reset and trying again...
    Connection failed.
    Attempting connection at /dev/cu.usbmodem1D11...
    Testing plaintext communication protocol...
    READ: DuetWiFiServer version 1.02
    READ: Flash size 4194304, free RAM 32024 bytes, WiFi Vcc 3.37V, host name: duetwifi, reset reason: Turned on by main processor
    READ: WiFi is running as an access point with name DuetWiFi
    READ: ok
    Connected to machine!

    What is the best way to reset the access point? It comes up and says running access point but it is still trying to connect to wifi at work

    SENT: M552
    READ: Network is enabled, configured IP address: 192.168.1.10, actual IP address: 0.0.0.0, HTTP port: 80



  • Solved, got it to reset and now have it up and running. Odd disconnecting was do to loose usb connection.


  • administrators

    Those warning messaged suggest that either you have a bad USB cable or connector, or more likely that the PC or laptop you have connected the Duet to can't supply enough 5V current when you enable WiFi. Try providing external power to the Duet or using a powered USB hub.



  • @dc42:

    Those warning messaged suggest that either you have a bad USB cable or connector, or more likely that the PC or laptop you have connected the Duet to can't supply enough 5V current when you enable WiFi. Try providing external power to the Duet or using a powered USB hub.

    It happened while I had power on the DuetWiFi and connected thru the USB cable. This only happens when I am updating the DuetWiFi. Once I get thru the updating, it never happens again.


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