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Toshiba Flash Air Card
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Toshiba Flash Air Card
I'm helping a friend who wants to use flashpap. I see that the Toshiba W-03 cards are hard to find and very expensive. They have been replaced with W-04. Does anyone know if the new cards will work with flashpap?
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RE: Toshiba Flash Air Card
Yes, they will work. The W-04 has an enhanced command set of the W-03's.
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RE: Toshiba Flash Air Card
I just bought a W-04 too to do the same.  However I am going out of town for two weeks and won't be able to set it up yet.  BTW - that would be on a MacBook Pro for my application.  I found some nice, intuitive utilities to set up the FlashAir W-04 card but it will have to wait for now.  Are you on a Mac too or a Windows machine?  Once I figure it all out on the Mac, it would be nice to outline a step-by-step procedure as a guide for anybody else who wants to do the same.  Ditto that for the Windows users.

Ray
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RE: Toshiba Flash Air Card
Member, LarryRapp, configured a FlashAir on a Mac awhile back. He had some problems that are documented in a thread on the board..
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RE: Toshiba Flash Air Card
(04-08-2019, 07:45 PM)Crimson Nape Wrote: Member, LarryRapp, configured a FlashAir on a Mac awhile back.  He had some problems that are documented in a thread on the board..
Awesome!  Thanks for the tip.

I'll check it out when I get back from vacation.

Thanks 

Ray
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RE: Toshiba Flash Air Card
I have had so much trouble getting the Flashair W-04 card to work with Dreamstation Auto, I'm on my second card and have had no luck.  I was able to get the card to to connect to my network but then when I place in the Dreamstation it reformatted the card and haven't been able to connect it to my network again.
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RE: Toshiba Flash Air Card
I'm using the FlashAir 16Gb W-04 without any issues.  Flashpap isn't needed, Sleepyhead can load directly from a mapped drive.
Here's my CONFIG (whereever there is a %NAME%, replace it with your config).  I have drive Z mapped to http://10.0.0.110 which Windows 10 translates to: \\10.0.0.110\DavWWWroot
I had a lot of trouble setting this up because I was trying to use 802.11n (but the range is too short), so try 802.11g (within 5 feet) or for longer range try 802.11b (30 feet).  My Airsense 10 with FlashAir is about 3 feet from the router using 802.11g and stays on all the time. I paid $25.50 on the big A on February 21, so you just have to keep your eye out.

[WLANSD]
ID=ZEPHYR_DRIVE
DHCP_Enabled=NO
IP_Address=10.0.0.110
Subnet_Mask=255.255.255.0

[Vendor]
APPAUTOTIME=0
APPMODE=5
APPNAME=ZEPHYR
APPNETWORKKEY=%ROUTER_PASSWORD%
APPSSID=%ROUTER_SID%
CID=02544d535731364754d35ce87a012101
CIPATH=/DCIM/100__TSB/FA000001.JPG
DNSMODE=1
LOCK=1
NOISE_CANCEL=2
PRODUCT=FlashAir
REDIRECT=0
STA_RETRY_CT=0
TIMEZONE=-20
UPDIR=/DATA
UPLOAD=1
VENDOR=TOSHIBA
VERSION=F15DBW3BW4.00.03
WEBDAV=2
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RE: Toshiba Flash Air Card
Here is an instructional post about the FlashAir:
http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...Rest-of-Us
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