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  • #2940
    vip867
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    Hello, I have received about 5 emails in the past 24hrs that my B-Hyve has been offline for 24hrs, however I have been, and still can access it remotely with no issues.

    I would like to confirm that you are able to reach my B-Hyve and while I’m at it verify if it is at the latest firmware, and if not could you please push it to the most current.

    Thank you.

    Mac: 44:67:55:01:95:A4

    Firmware: 0031

    Hardware: WT25-0001

    Thank you

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    #2962
    robmehrer
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    I’ve been getting these emails too and my device has been going offline and online all day for a couple days. I’m assuming they are doing system updates. But it’s gettikg annoying.

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    #2963
    vip867
    Participant

    Ya, I’m running on about 13 emails now, they are starting to get flagged as spam. I’ve yet to actually catch my controller being offline though.

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    #2987
    Phillipk
    Participant

    Yep same here. Started legitimate, I just connected a new router with a new SSID and password, reconnected it a few days ago and it’s running fine, but I’m getting these emails all the time now even though I can right at this second log in while at Great Clips, so it’s fully connected.

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    #3016
    vinnyf
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    One more with this problem – for the last couple of days I’ve been getting “disconnected” messages, although I can reach the unit via the internet. (Guess it’s better than the other way around…_)

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    #3048
    Ryan
    Participant

    hello everyone, we had some work done on the server so there were a few issues because of that. If you’re timer is still having issues please let us know, and provide us with your mac address.


    @vip867
    , your timer seems to be running fine. also I’ve updated your timers firmware for you too.

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    #3380
    tamw1se
    Participant

    My B-Hyve keeps going offline today. The MAC is 44:67:55:01:D8:CA. Can you help me out Ryan?

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    #3386
    Patrickg6191
    Participant

    Hi,

    I got the same problem. It has been working fine since last year until I got this “your device is not powered” email this week when on a business trip. I just came back and now the device is set to offline. I went through the setup again and it goes as expected until the device cannot connect to my WiFi network. My MAC address is: 44:67:55:01:6E:BC

    Update: I just reset my router one more time and was able to pair the device now…so all is good.

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    #3455
    jlopez57
    Participant

    I got the same email; rebooted my router. which is probably 7 feet away from the timer, and still says off line. can you check for me?

    MAC 44:67:55:02:A4:B9

    firmware: DEBUG-0010
    Hardware Version: WT25G2-0001

    Thanks

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    #3497
    Ryan
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    @tamw1se, jlopez57, & Patrick66191, your firmware is now up to date.

    If your timer looses connection there are a few different thing you can do.
    1. reset the device connection
    2. update the Wi-Fi settings
    3. Factory reset the timer and try updating the Wi-Fi settings, check with us for a firmware update.
    4. power cycle your timer, then while it is unplugged you could unplug and re-plug the ribbon cable back in. and then if needed Factory reset the timer and try updating the Wi-Fi settings
    5. reset your router. power cycle your timer, then while it is unplugged you could unplug and re-plug the ribbon cable back in. and then if needed Factory reset the timer and try updating the Wi-Fi settings
    6. If the Wi-Fi symbol is display an exclamation mark it is connected to your router, but not receiving internet. those are issues not with the timer. If the suggestions above don’t help you will need to contact your ISP.

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