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mc-Gateway / Re: Cannot see the gateway in mcStudio
« on: June 26, 2017, 12:13:49 pm »
Yes I already confirmed in my previous post that I can still use the mcDongle to connect to and flash my other mcModule 110 and mcPlugs.

No nothing has changed in the network since it worked.  As indicated I was able to connect to device until I flashed a new build. 

Yes, they are in the same subnet.  I have tried wired and wireless and I can see the device getting an IP address.  It just never sends out its broadcast notification. 

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mc-Gateway / Re: Cannot see the gateway in mcStudio
« on: June 22, 2017, 12:04:51 am »
@mc-T2 @mc-Gyver

Any updates on this?

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mc-Gateway / Re: Cannot see the gateway in mcStudio
« on: June 17, 2017, 06:31:48 pm »
According to the source (in mcScript.dll and the whitepaper provided), the gateway should broadcast on UDP port 25452.  I assume this occurs after the device is connected to the network.  Using a network sniffer, I don't see any traffic coming from the device other than DHCP requests (which are broadcast) when the device boots.

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mc-Gateway / Re: Cannot see the gateway in mcStudio
« on: June 17, 2017, 06:21:54 pm »
@mc-T2

Yes, I have successfully upgraded the gateway previously without problem.
I have tried uninstalling everything (mcStudio, mcOTA, drivers, etc.) and reinstalling (including reflashing the device with a USB key) and the gateway still doesn't connect to the mcDongle (regardless of whether I specify the ID or not).

I can confirm that the gateway is definitely connected to the network as I can see it show up and disappear in the list of devices on the router, so it's successfully getting an IPAddress.

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mc-Gateway / Re: Cannot see the gateway in mcStudio
« on: June 12, 2017, 11:54:40 pm »
I can confirm that I am seeing this identical behavior.  I just recently started working on a project using the mcPlugs that I received recently from Kickstarter.  I attempted to update my mcGateway and now I can no longer see it in mcStudio.  Before today when I attempted to update the mcGateway I WAS able to see it in mcStudio and connect to it.  Currently I can't see it in mcStudio and I am unable to connect to it with the mcDongle to update the host processor.

mcOTA Version: 1.2.13
mcStudio Version: 0.9.534.0

All firmware updates were downloaded from website within the past 3 days.
mcGateway Application Processor: 0.9.615
mcGateway Host Processor: 0.9.615

Installation Steps (to make it clear that I'm doing it properly):
1. Get a USB stick, and formatted it as FAT32
2. Copy mcGw110.bin to the USB stick
3. Insert USB stick into mcGateway
4. Hold User Switch and press Reset
    Status led blinks quickly, then 3 times slowly.  Then status led stays solid and USB key light blinks a few times (assuming it's transferring data).
    Eventually the light starts blinking normally and the CONN led comes on indicating a USB connection. 
5. Remove USB key
6. Start mcOTA Updater
7. Click search device
8. Press reset button (Note: mcGateway and mcDongle are less than an inch apart)
    Status light blinks quickly then goes to normal operation. CONN led lights up shortly afterwards.  mcOTA says "Connection to device failed"
    Yes, I have tried pressing reset before search, yes I have tried entering the serial number in the configuration, yes I have tried unplugging the device instead of using reset switch, yes I have tried rebooting my computer and trying again.

Now, let's test the mcDongle to make sure it's working:
1. Press Search Deavice
2. Plug in a mcPlug
    mcOTA finds the device shortly
        Serial Number: 000...
        VM Firmware Version: 8v0.9r615
        Bootloader Version: 8V1.2r0
        Free Upload Space: 188416
        Device Type: 8

The same is true for connecting a mcModule to the mcOTA.  Only the mcGateway fails to connect.

Any thoughts you might have (or beta versions of software we can try) would be GREATLY appreciated.  I'm stuck right now with no options.  The mcGateway worked yesterday, and since upgrading the application processor it has stopped!

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mc-Plug / mcPlug Button
« on: June 12, 2017, 10:54:00 pm »
What does the button on the mcPlug do.  Even on the product page, it just says "Button" like that in itself is an amazing feature...

It would be GREAT if there was a single place for me to get some detail about the mcPlug including things like the fact that Relay is a secret variable that I can set to control it.

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mc-Plug / Getting started with a mcPlug
« on: April 01, 2017, 11:28:30 pm »
I just received my mcPlugs and I'm trying to figure out how to get started.  It looks like I need to provide my own power cables, I've got to see if I can find anything that matches this, but I was kind of expecting to have the cables included. 

How do we go about controlling the mcPlug?  Are there any examples of code that I can use to work with them?

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New Version Releases / Re: Re-Post "Version 0.7"
« on: August 31, 2016, 01:05:47 am »
It looks like you can sidestep this problem by creating a blank .lst file in the same folder as your project.  Still a bug that needs to be fixed though.

Can you please reconsider open sourcing mcStudio.  There are many simple issues that would greatly benefit by having a community of developers who are working with mcModules trying to fix them.  Your team can definitely be responsible for the high level plan and direction of the product, but this is not the part of the product you are selling.  Please let the community help you!  Please please please!!!!

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New Version Releases / Re: Re-Post "Version 0.7"
« on: August 31, 2016, 12:51:28 am »
I create a new project using a newly installed mcStudio (0.7-897) and new when I create a new project and attempt to build, I get an error message:

Build Failed: Could not find file "C:\Users\foo\Documents\mcThings\mcStudio\Projects\mcFoo\mcFoo.lst"

This file is supposed to be created by the build, so not sure why that would be happening.

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