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A10 leaks comparison; machine, myAir, and Rescan
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RE: A10 leaks comparison; machine, myAir, and Rescan
(04-23-2016 10:37 PM)AlanE Wrote:  Using FlashAir W-03 SD card in machine. Accessed through wifi network with FlashPAP utility.

AlanE,

In your signature line (shown above) are you using either SleepyHead or ResScan to access the data directly from your W-03?

If so, could you share with me how to accomplish that little task as what I'm doing is using FlashPAP to copy the data to my Sleep_Data directory then I copy the data from there to an SD card so ResScan can get at it...

Ain't technology Grand?

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05-21-2016 11:14 PM
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RE: A10 leaks comparison; machine, myAir, and Rescan
It sure is. Well, at least it pays the bills. Smile

I don't access it directly. You can map a drive to FlashAir using WebDav but I found the import to Sleepyhead was so slow and I just don't have the patience for that.

I use FlashPap (Sleep Master works just as good) to copy the data to an SD card in my machine. I just used the one that came with the ResMed. This way both Sleepyhead and ResScan can import it. Not so critical for Sleepyhead but ResScan complains if it can't find a removable drive.

To map a drive using webdav you would map it like any other network drive using the path \\IP\DavWWWRoot. In my case it is \\192.168.0.169\DavWWWRoot

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Using FlashAir W-03 SD card in machine. Access through wifi with FlashPAP or Sleep Master utilities.

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