Author Topic: New mcOTA, mcMod110, mcMod120 & mcGateway (Host Processor) Release(s)  (Read 96 times)

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We have just released firmware updates for the following:

  • mcOTA - v1.2.12 (BETA)
  • mcModule110 - v0.8-372 (BETA)
  • mcModule120 - v0.8-412 (BETA)
  • mcGateway (Host Processor) - v0.8-419 (BETA)

www.mcthings.com/downloads/

Please update all devices/applications to these latest versions.

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kbrooking

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Just upgraded GW host processor and module 120 firmware. Now unable to connect to devices. Tried resetting GW after upgrade but, still no beacons are being seen.

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Ok, may have been user error or needed the new version of OTA. In any event, I went back and installed the new version of OTA and reinstalled the firmware on the 120 modules and the host processor on the GW and everything started working great.

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I am having a similar problem after upgrading my gateway to 8-419.

The gateway now will not connect reliably on WiFi. It connects just fine on ethernet, but WFi only connects one out of 10-20 (or more) resets.

Application processor is 6-363 (unchanged since November), OTA update (with new OTA updater) goes fine, but no WiFi connection. I have updated via OTA several times with no change.

WiFi config is OK (checked when connected to ethernet), and it does connect to WiFi once every x resets - so the config is fine.

I have it connected right now (but in the wrong location). If I move it to my "optimal" location, I will loose WiFi again, and it took me 10 minutes of continual resets to get WiFi on again.

Any Ideas?