WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by OZ9KL » Sun Mar 31, 2019 6:29 am

Hi HB9ESF.

Thank you for posting this. This is exact the same problem I have. Other devices work on the Huawei router, but OP2 doesn't. On the other hand OP2 works fine when connected to other devices. So is the problem related to OP2 or to the Huawei ?

Att: HA2NON. The led is pulsing blue and yellow. No I don't use sharkrf.link I try to connect direct to the IP address of OP2.

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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by HA2NON » Sun Mar 31, 2019 8:26 am

Blue and yellow LED means the openSPOT2 is connected to the Wi-Fi network, and it is trying to connect the selected server: http://manuals.sharkrf.com/openspot2/en ... l#page-top

Make sure UDP packets are not filtered by the router. UDP is also used for DNS resolving. You can also try changing WPA encryption or Wi-Fi channels and see if it helps.
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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by HB9ESF » Sun Mar 31, 2019 9:12 am

I have try to change wifi channel, turn off the firewall and to put dmz to the OP2 but nothing works, always "internet unreachable" ?

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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by OZ9KL » Sun Mar 31, 2019 3:31 pm

I have tried exact the same.
HA2NON I even tried with OP2 on a null connector, and still same colors and problem.
Do you have any clue why we aren't able to connect to the web interface of the OP2 using the IP address.
In this situation no DNS resolving is involved. That is strange.

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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by OZ9KL » Fri Apr 12, 2019 3:19 pm

Hi Again.

I have tested a little bit more, and found out, that OP2 is only able to connect to this router if it is using no encryption or WEP encryption. I can't still figure out, if it is a problem on the OP2 or on the Huawei.

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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by HB3XRN » Sat Jun 08, 2019 2:24 pm

always the same thing with the V41.

I tried all the parameters, but impossible to have a connection in WPA/WPA2-PSK or WPA2-PSK.

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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by HA2NON » Sun Jun 09, 2019 6:50 am

What LED color do you see on the OS2?
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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by HB3XRN » Mon Jun 10, 2019 8:23 am

When I plug in the cable usb

- Announcement: Openspot porfile one ready
- Blue slowly flashes
- flashes alternately blue - orange
- only one alternately blue-red flashing
- Announcement: Openspot internet unreachable
- flashes alternately blue - red
- Announcement: Openspot internet unreachable
- etc ...

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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by HA2NON » Mon Jun 10, 2019 8:43 am

Blue and red LED means the OS2 is successfully connected to your router through Wi-Fi, but the internet is not reachable. You can see the LED states in the user manual: http://manuals.sharkrf.com/openspot2/en/led-states.html

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The LED will show this state if the openSPOT2 is connected to a Wi-Fi network, trying to connect to the selected server, but it can't because there's a problem with the internet connection. This error can be caused if the router, network, or the internet service provider is using a proxy or some kind of traffic filtering which blocks the openSPOT2 from connecting.
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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by HB3XRN » Mon Jun 10, 2019 9:44 am

I think the problem comes from Huawei.
But it connects other device that works with internet ...

can be NAT routing?

Another question:
When the Openspot blinks Blue-Red, I can not connect via Sharkfr.link, or via the IP address.
is openspot really connect?

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