Data/Callsign Database Upgrade

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Re: Data/Callsign Database Upgrade

Post by HA2NON » Mon Apr 15, 2019 10:39 am

Please place close the openSPOT2 to your browser device while the openSPOT2 is in AP mode (indicated by white LED). Also you can try using another browser, or another browser device to set it up.
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Data/Callsign Database Upgrade

Post by Jim1348 » Mon Apr 15, 2019 11:35 am

Yes, I have tried those things, too, but it still won't stay connected in the AP mode.

A few days ago it did stay connected in the AP mode, I got it configured and then connected to wifi and updated the firmware. Now, it will go into the AP mode, but won't stay connected long enough to even configure it.

I have the Open Spot2 very close to the computer. I have tried several different computers, a tablet and even my smartphone.

I watch the wifi display. It will show connected, then lose the connection and say connecting. Some component must be defective in my device.

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Re: Data/Callsign Database Upgrade

Post by HA2NON » Mon Apr 15, 2019 12:06 pm

Does your browser device reconnect after disconnecting? Is the openSPOT2's LED pulsating white all the time, or does it become steady white when your browser device connects?
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Post by Jim1348 » Tue Apr 16, 2019 12:44 am

The browser devices switches between connected and reconnecting. The openSPOT2's LED pulsates white all the time.

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Re: Data/Callsign Database Upgrade

Post by HA2NON » Tue Apr 16, 2019 6:14 am

Something is not right with the connection then, as the openSPOT2's LED should be steady white when a device is connected to the "openSPOT2 AP" Wi-Fi network.

Please contact us in email at info@sharkrf.com and refer to this forum thread.
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Data/Callsign Database Upgrade

Post by Jim1348 » Tue Apr 16, 2019 1:02 pm

Email sent. Thank you very much for the help. I do appreciate it!


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Re: Data/Callsign Database Upgrade

Post by w1moz » Tue Apr 16, 2019 11:38 pm

I've got the same problem with upgrade. I have had an upgrade go through for the call sign database one time. Since then I get to round the 90% point and the upgrade fails.

18:20:25 httpcln: received 1309485 bytes (90%)
18:20:25 homebrew: ping sent
18:20:25 homebrew: pong received
18:20:27 httpcln: received 1315041 bytes (90%)
18:20:30 httpcln: received 1321773 bytes (91%)
18:20:31 httpcln: stalled for 15 seconds
18:20:31 httpcln: disconnected
18:20:31 nvmm: net check
18:20:31 nvmm: net check ok (91 ms)
18:20:32 homebrew: ping sent

Restarted download of firmware update about 10 mins after the above failed DL and did it again:

18:29:55 httpcln: received 1295789 bytes (89%)
18:29:57 httpcln: stalled for 15 seconds
18:29:57 httpcln: disconnected
18:29:57 nvmm-dl: data size error
18:29:57 nvmm: net check
18:29:57 nvmm: net check ok (76 ms)

Third try didn't get quite as far:

18:36:51 httpcln: received 658162 bytes (45%)
18:36:54 httpcln: received 659563 bytes (45%)
18:36:56 httpcln: received 660857 bytes (45%)
18:36:56 httpcln: stalled for 15 seconds
18:36:56 httpcln: disconnected
18:36:56 nvmm: net check
18:36:56 homebrew: ping sent
18:36:56 homebrew: pong received
18:36:56 nvmm: net check ok (96 ms)


I get an orange star error color. This has occurred several times so it is not just a blimp in my ISP connection at time of download. Think maybe they are packet filtering my supposed "unlimited" data account?

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Re: Data/Callsign Database Upgrade

Post by w1moz » Wed Apr 17, 2019 12:38 am

Never mind on previous post about dl'ing. Realized that my problems sounded like server issues, so I decided to try another, less-used USA connection server and success! Should have trusted my original instincts that the log looked like CRC errors from the old days.

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Re: Data/Callsign Database Upgrade

Post by HA5OGR » Wed Apr 17, 2019 3:37 pm

There was DDOS hacker attacked the Brandmeister network around the world and administrators turned off servers for a shorter period of time all over the world.
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