I reburnt a couple of brand new 32GB micro SD cards and get back to the same status I had with the card that came with the RShake………with the only improvement being that I can ping the shake from the laptop on the same network.
However the front dashboard still does not populate most of the info like before. It only populates the info about Stand Alone mode operation.
When I go to the data page and enable forwarding and finish all the other fields and press reboot……….it does not reboot the shake nor does it ask me for the password.
However if II reboot from the Actions page, that works.
If I disable and enable stand alone operation from the settings page that reflects on the main page of the dashboard.
Even after enabling data forwarding, I don’t see my unit on shakenet.
However I do see a couple of units near my location on the stationview page with the unit numbered AM.R1109 being the closest one. How do I check this name on my unit – I don’t see any such alphanumeric name on the dashboard or in any of the log files I downloaded.
Also, rs.local/download/SWARM.zip is the link I am forwarded to when I click on SWARM under downloads. That returns a 404 not found…
Apologies for the delayed response. I am using vibration sensors for an innovation project to monitor and analyzed data from traction motor bearings. I have 3 other cheaper sensors that worked right out of the box. Needless to say the Shake is taking a lower priority now with all these issues.
I am hoping the problems I am seeing are independent of the sensor’s ability to actually measure and log vibration data. I will use a USB stick to log data locally and see if that works once I am done with the other working sensors that I have.
Do you have the ability to do any remote debugging if I enable port forwarding to the Shake on our router?