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WiFi SD Card Data-transfer to ResScan & SH for The Rest of Us
#51
I have to use IP also. Thanks for bringing that up.


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

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#52
Received a FlashIII W-03 from Amazon today. I have been messing with it since around 2:30 trying to set it up. I am usually pretty good with this kinda stuff but, I can't get it to communicate with my router. I have tried using the Router SSID name, the WAN address and it still won't connect. I am on Windows 10 (but don't beleive that is the problem). Is there anyway to make sure the card is actually transmitting.
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#53
I'm not a Windows 10 user so can't help you there. One way to see if the card is working is to look for it on your network and ping it from your computer. Or, If you have an apple phone or iPad you can download the Net Analyzer app. After doing so, scan your network for the device and then ping it. A successful ping should show a green dot next to it. I hope that helps.
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#54
(02-29-2016, 05:13 PM)sonicboom Wrote: I'm not a Windows 10 user so can't help you there. One way to see if the card is working is to look for it on your network and ping it from your computer. Or, If you have an apple phone or iPad you can download the Net Analyzer app. After doing so, scan your network for the device and then ping it. A successful ping should show a green dot next to it. I hope that helps.
Just downloaded the Android Flashair app and says unable to locate Flashair. Before I blame the card should I put the Config file back to the factory settings and see if the app can locate it or the fact that it is in my AS10 causing the problem?

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#55
Instead of searching for the device see if you can determine the card's IP address ( use an app like Net Analyzer or your router's interface - usually accessed by typing in your router's IP address into your web browser ) and type that into FlashPAP program instead of having it search for the device on your network.
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#56
I second checking the router. The card's MAC address is listed on the back of the card. You should be able to see that MAC connected in your wifi router.

[Image: flashair_back.png]


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

I wanted to learn Binary so I enrolled in Binary 101. I seemed to have missed the first four courses. Big Grinnie

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#57
Assuming this is for a Windows machine. Is there anyone who has set this up for a Mac and can give detailed instructions like this for me? Or perhaps its already posted somewhere on this forum and I just couldn't find it? Thank You.
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http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...-a-Macbook
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