I tried to configure the OM5P radios (AN and AC) to FRC settings and its everytime failed. I tried also to configure from several computers and i’m still having the same errors.
also tried reflash the radios using cmd, the AC radio flash succeeded but the configuring not, and the AN router both reflash and configure not succeeded.
OK, after disabling the other network interfaces I succeeded by flashing firmware to the OM5P-AN radio. but when I trying to connet to the default gateway as shown (10.0.1.1) it writes to me that the connection refused.
And still I cant configure them.
There is no need for a Default Gateway. In fact, that field should be left blank.
Even if you did have it, the IP would be 10.TE.AM.1, In your case, 10.59.28.1.
Why are you trying to connect to the default gateway in the first place?
It won’t work until you configure. The wifi light will not turn on. I know, at least for me, I had to turn on airplane mode in order to configure. The utility would succeed in flashing firmware if all adapters were disabled, but configuring additionally required airplane mode.
I spent about an hour of an unbag window fighting this issue, following all the troubleshooting steps on Google, etc, until I learned of one problem that would not prevent you from flashing the firmware, but would prevent you from configuring the radio or using it.
Is your radio wired to the 2A side of the VRM, or the 500mA side? It must be wired to the 2A side for it to work. Otherwise, you can (slowly) flash the firmware, but trying to configure the radio will make the utility fail.
Thanks Chris, this is good to know!
I know the docs indicate the radio “should” be connected to 2A on the VRM.
Is it also documented somewhere that this issue with configuring the radio could happen when not powered correctly? Or, is this the kind of anecdotal information that everyone needs to know, but doesn’t?