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EMyer1
Novice
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wifi drops

I keep encountering various wifi network drops when logged into the RTF drone.

Sometimes I am able to reestablish the wifi network connection and continue the session.

Other times, the drone apparently reboots. The dmesg output with a lot of error messages from the wifi driver is enclosed.

During the time of the message, the network dropped twice and had to be reestablished.

By reestablish, I mean that I have to go to (this is a mac) System Preferences->Network and reselect the drone ap network.

gene

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idata
Community Manager
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Hello Gene,

 

 

That's weird, could you try to flash the OS again and provide us the output of the command aero-get-version.py?

 

 

You should get the following output:

 

 

BIOS_VERSION = Aero-01.00.12_Prod OS_VERSION = v1.3.1 AIRMAP_VERSION = 1.8 FPGA_VERSION = 0xc0

 

 

I will be waiting for your reply.

 

 

Have a nice day.

 

 

Regards,

 

Leonardo R.
EMyer1
Novice
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Leonardo,

I refreshed the O/S to no avail and tried downloading a new copy of the O/S and did another refresh with the same results.

The output from aero-get-version.py had similar results to what you show. Here is the different line:

OS_VERSION = Poky Aero (Intel Aero Linux Distro) 1.3.1 (Krogoth)"

On a possibly similar note, I cannot get usb0 to work. I suspect it is the usb adaptor and I have tried several that claim linux compatibility but nothing seems to work. My Mac indicates a connection, and the adapter's lights flash. pings fail with timeouts/the host is down errors.

Any suggestions would be appreciated as it is hard to do development with unreliable network connections.

gene

idata
Community Manager
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Hello Gene,

 

 

I'm not sure why this is happening with your Aero RTF, please allow me to investigate more about this and I'll get back to you as soon as I have information related to this.

 

 

I appreciate your patience.

 

 

Regards,

 

Leonardo R.
EMyer1
Novice
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After reading some posts on the net concerning wifi interference caused by USB 3.0, etc, I did some testing over the weekend.

What I determined, was that the problem was caused by using an USB 3.0 OTG cable. Once I switched to a USB 2.0 OTG cable, the problem went away. I then tested the interface for several hours and suffered no drops.

gene

idata
Community Manager
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Hi Gene,

 

 

That's great, thank you so much for letting us know.

 

 

Feel free to contact us when you have issues using your Aero RTF.

 

 

Have a nice day.

 

 

Regards,

 

Leonardo R.
Lucas_M_Intel
Employee
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edmyers glad you solved it. Regarding the usb-ethernet, it should be solved on the 1.4 release. Let me know if you still have problems

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