WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by HA2NON » Mon Jun 10, 2019 10:26 am

sharkrf.link forwards your browser to the OS2's local IP address, but the OS2 can only report it's local IP address to the sharkrf.link service if it has a working internet access.

What you can test is to connect to the exact same network with your browser device (phone/tablet/computer) as the OS2 (to the Huawei router), and try to open the web interface by entering the OS2's IP address to the browser. You can find out the IP address assigned to the OS2 on the router's web interface (look at the DHCP clients list). Does the web interface work this way? If not, then maybe Wi-Fi client isolation is turned on, in this case turn it off and retry.
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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by HB3XRN » Mon Jun 10, 2019 11:38 am

I tested already from the same network.
the web interface is inaccessible.

"Wi-Fi client isolation" is perhaps "AP isolation" in Huawei.
This function is disabled and no connection possible with Openspot.

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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by HA2NON » Tue Jun 11, 2019 6:35 am

Then the openSPOT2's access is blocked on the IP level. Try turning off any firewall or MAC filtering or limiting in the router. Also enter the "net" command (without the double quotation marks) on the openSPOT2 USB serial console and post the output here. You can find out more about the USB serial console in the user manual.
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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by HB3XRN » Thu Jun 13, 2019 5:45 pm

there are no firewalls, MAC filtering or limitation activated.

here is the return of the -net command

sercon: net config
hostname: openspot2
regdom: 1
mac: E8:2A:44:5F:0D:6E (orig: E8:2A:44:5F:0D:6E)
ap ssid: openSPOT2 AP (E8:2A:44:5F:0D:6F ch11)
ap key:
ap mode: 0
pwrsaving: 0
ssid1: HUAWEIopenspot (00:00:00:00:00:00)
key1: *************
act ssid: HUAWEIopenspot (4C:D1:A1:46:15:C7 ch11 -75dBm)
ip mode: dhcp
act ip: 192.168.10.102 (link up)
mask: 255.255.255.0
gw: 192.168.10.1
dns1: 192.168.10.1
dns2: 0.0.0.0

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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by HA2NON » Thu Jun 13, 2019 7:32 pm

The net command output shows that the openSPOT2 is connected successfully to the Wi-Fi network and has acquired the IP address 192.168.10.102 from the router. If you connect to this same Wi-Fi network (HUAWEIopenspot) with your browser device (phone/tablet/computer) then you'll be able to open the web interface on IP address 192.168.10.102 (if there is no Wi-Fi client isolation or other blocking).
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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by HB3XRN » Fri Jun 14, 2019 4:12 pm

Yes but no ... ;)

Unable to connect, via IP or Sharkrf.link.
Whether with my laptop or my iPad.
It works with WEP.

I do not ping from laptop with 192.168.10.102

What is the connection port of the web interface?

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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by HA2NON » Sat Jun 15, 2019 8:39 am

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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by HB3XRN » Sun Jun 16, 2019 4:01 pm

I tried with a static DHCP, always the same.

here a log the connection extracted from the console.
Maybe you see something

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sercon: log on
homebrew: init reconnect
homebrew: initializing connection
homebrew: using main server 128.65.196.21:62030 pass: *******   id: *********
homebrew: connecting
homebrew: sending login
httpcln: img.sharkrf.com resolve error
nvmm: verinfo check failed
nvmm: net check
aprs: getaddrinfo rotate.aprs2.net error
aprs: uninitialized
homebrew: init reconnect
homebrew: initializing connection
homebrew: backup server toggle timeout, trying the backup server next time
homebrew: invalid backup server
homebrew: using main server 128.65.196.21:62030 pass: *******   id: *******   
homebrew: connecting
homebrew: sending login
httpcln: connectivitycheck.gstatic.com resolve error
nvmm: net check failed
spk: starting voice announcement
spk: playing locally: OSINUN
spk: loading code pair OS
nvmm-csd: looking up id 9 type 0
nvmm-csd: dmr ids 9 call "Local or Reflector" name "" city "" state "" country "                                                   "
nvmm: downloading verinfo
aprs: getaddrinfo rotate.aprs2.net error
aprs: uninitialized
spk: loading code pair IN
spk: loading code pair UN
spk: sending terminator
nvmm-csd: looking up id 9 type 0
nvmm-csd: dmr ids 9 call "Local or Reflector" name "" city "" state "" country "                                                   "
homebrew: init reconnect
homebrew: initializing connection
homebrew: invalid backup server
homebrew: using main server 128.65.196.21:62030 pass: *******   id: *******   
homebrew: connecting
homebrew: sending login
httpcln: img.sharkrf.com resolve error
nvmm: verinfo check retry 1/2
nvmm: net check
aprs: getaddrinfo rotate.aprs2.net error
aprs: uninitialized
homebrew: init reconnect
homebrew: initializing connection
homebrew: invalid backup server
homebrew: using main server 128.65.196.21:62030 pass: *******   id: *******   
homebrew: connecting
homebrew: sending login
httpcln: connectivitycheck.gstatic.com resolve error
nvmm: net check retry 1/2
aprs: getaddrinfo rotate.aprs2.net error
aprs: uninitialized
homebrew: init reconnect
homebrew: initializing connection
homebrew: backup server toggle timeout, trying the main server next time
homebrew: using main server 128.65.196.21:62030 pass: *******   id: *******   
homebrew: connecting
homebrew: sending login
nvmm: downloading verinfo
logaprs: getaddrinfo rotate.aprs2.net error
aprs: uninitialized
homebrew: init reconnect
homebrew: initializing connection
homebrew: using main server 128.65.196.21:62030 pass: *******   id: *******   
homebrew: connecting
homebrew: sending login
httpcln: img.sharkrf.com resolve error
nvmm: verinfo check failed
nvmm: net check
aprs: getaddrinfo rotate.aprs2.net error
aprs: uninitialized
homebrew: init reconnect
homebrew: initializing connection
homebrew: using main server 128.65.196.21:62030 pass: *******   id: *******   
homebrew: connecting
homebrew: sending login
httpcln: connectivitycheck.gstatic.com resolve error
nvmm: net check failed
aprs: getaddrinfo rotate.aprs2.net error
aprs: uninitialized
spk: starting voice announcement
spk: playing locally: OSINUN
spk: loading code pair OS
nvmm-csd: looking up id 9 type 0
nvmm-csd: dmr ids 9 call "Local or Reflector" name "" city "" state "" country "                                                   "
spk: loading code pair IN
spk: loading code pair UN
nvmm: downloading verinfo

sercon: log off

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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by HA2NON » Mon Jun 17, 2019 9:52 am

Sadly the log shows nothing about the errror - the OS2 can't reach the internet, but it's connected to the Wi-Fi network. Even DNS resolving does not work (indicated by getaddrinfo errors), these requests should be answered by the router, but it does not answer to them.
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Re: WiFi problem with Huawei E5885

Post by bholmer » Thu Jun 20, 2019 7:40 am

I just received my new os2 yesterday.
I used the Huawai E5885 since 2018 with my os1 via LAN without any problems. At home via WLAN Extender, on the road via mobile network

Same issue here. No connection. The os2 shows red and blue led and talks "Internet unreachable" via the radio.

When I enter the same SSID and Password in the guest access of my FritzBox 7590 Router or activate the Hotspot of my Samsung S7 everything works fine.

But when I switch the E5885 from WPA to WEP encryption the o2 connects to the hotspot immediately (after new scan and password change in ap mode of course).

The local IP of the E5885 ist 192.168.8.1 7590 runs on 192.168.0.1.

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