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FlashPAP - connection time out.
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Firstly let me say a big thank-you for the willingness of everyone to share their knowledge and assist others with getting things up and running.

I have downloaded FlashPAP and setup my flash-air card and successfully connected my airsense 10 machine, this was about ten days ago. Yesterday I returned my airsense 10 rental machine and took ownership of my own brand new airsense 10 machine. I moved the flash-air card across last night and this evening I fired up FlashPAP to download last nights data, FlashPAP finds the card on the network and gives me the dates available for download, I selected last nights date and then clicked "copy xpap data" the little circle spins around and the numbers increase nicely until it gets to 82% and then it just sits there until I get a message saying the the connection timed out and to Try reinserting card into the machine. I took the card out and reinserted it but to no avail, the download still fails at 82%.

Any clues as to why this is so?

Thanks
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#2
look at the config file by moving SD card to your computer and make following changes

check these parms in /SD_WLAN/CONFIG:

APPAUTOTIME=0

STA_RETRY_CT=0

I have similar problem and adding these parameters made connection better although not perfect. Your connection to the router is probably marginal.

Also, I was able to get the download to complete by adjusting the position of my A10 on side table (indication of poor wifi connection to router)
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#3
also add the following if not already in config file.

NOISE_CANCEL=0

These parameter changes came from threads searched after having same problem your having. Good luck.
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(09-22-2016, 09:44 AM)Roy289 Wrote: Your connection to the router is probably marginal.

This is typically the main reason for time outs. If you can move your router closer to your machine you should have better luck.


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

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#5
...and if you can't move the router closer you can try installing a range extender to boost the router signal near your machine and computer. I have done this and tamed the dreaded time out beast.
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