i am very happy with the reach module.
i use youcors for corrections and its mm accuracy as said on the tin…
when i am at home i connect to my network and it all works fine but when i try my mobile network hotspot or my mobile broadband i cannot connect for love or money!!!
i am on the reachview ,make a new connection then the white box comes up and tells me to refresh but from there i cannot find the right ip adress …
i looked on the fing app for my hotspot ip but still no joy…
please help -)
Did you make sure that your phone is discoverable? You can do it in Portable hotspot settings.
The phone is discoverable and my laptop can connect to it …
Thank you for your reply.
Is there something in reach view that I must do?
What’s the LED behavior after creating a new connection in ReachView app?
Can you clarify some of the following points, please?
What’s the distance between Reach and hotspot?
What firmware version do you have on your Reach?
In regards to iPhone X hotspot, does your cell carrier plan allows sharing the Internet via hotspot?
When using a Wi-Fi dongle, how do you power it in the field?
Does Reach connect to its hotspot?
Could you send full system report from Reach connected to Wi-Fi dongle?
Thanks in advance.
What type of phone? Apple or Android?
My reach will NOT connect to my iPhone UNLESS I connect something to my iPhone first. Then my Reach is able to connect.
thank you for your quick reply.
i have a mobile broadband device which is 4G and it all works on the same wifi network.
I.E , emlid reach device, mobile internet, smartphone.
the distance is within meters.
i have the latest version of the software.
the dongle allows connection as everything is connected.
The wifi dongle has a lithium battery it is a EE mobile broadband dongle and apparently the best device on the market and has 6 hours connection time and 30 hrs standby mode.
once i have asked the reach to connect to the corresponding WiFi …Ie smartphone, computer .
it connects perfectly…i have the ip address and can connect.
Simple system report
app version: 2.15.1-dev-r0 'wifi_status, interface: wlan0': - wifi_mode: wpa_supplicant - ip: 192.168.1.140 is_connected: true mac_address: fc:db:b3:8e:53:6f ssid: MY WIFI C365 base mode: base coordinates: accumulation: '2' antenna offset: east: '0' north: '0' up: '0' coordinates: - '0' - '0' - '0' format: llh mode: single-and-hold output: enabled: true format: rtcm3 path: ntrips://:firstname.lastname@example.org:2101/jayairuas#rtcm3 type: ntrips rtcm3 messages: '1002': enabled: true frequency: '1' '1006': enabled: true frequency: '0.1' '1008': enabled: false frequency: '1' '1010': enabled: true frequency: '1' '1019': enabled: false frequency: '1' '1020': enabled: false frequency: '1' '1097': enabled: false frequency: '1' '1107': enabled: false frequency: '1' '1117': enabled: false frequency: '1' '1127': enabled: false frequency: '1' gps: enabled: false frequency: '0.1' qzss: enabled: false frequency: '0.1' bluetooth: discoverable: false enabled: false pin: '***' correction input: input2: enabled: true format: rtcm3 path: Jason:***@am.youcors.com:2101/jayairuas send position to base: 'off' type: ntripcli input3: enabled: false format: rtcm3 path: :9028 type: tcpsvr logging: base: format: RTCM3 started: true version: null correction: format: RTCM3 started: true version: null interval: 24 overwrite: true raw: format: UBX started: true version: null solution: format: LLH started: true version: null lora: air rate: 2.6000000000000001 frequency: 868000 output power: 20 position output: output1: enabled: true format: nmea path: bluetooth type: bluetooth output2: enabled: true format: llh path: :9001 type: tcpsvr output3: enabled: true format: llh path: :2014 type: tcpsvr output4: enabled: true format: llh path: :2015 type: tcpsvr rtk settings: elevation mask angle: '15' glonass ar mode: 'off' gps ar mode: fix-and-hold max horizontal acceleration: '1' max vertical acceleration: '1' positioning mode: kinematic positioning systems: compass: false galileo: true glonass: true gps: true qzs: true qzss: true sbas: true snr mask: '35' update rate: '5'
i hope this helps.
best regards Jason
I have an iPhone X with 4G network
Sorry for late response.
Have you tried connecting to your iPhone at home or in the area without any known Wi-Fi networks? Could you please make sure that your iPhone isn’t connected to a known Wi-Fi network while you are trying to do it? Or did you finally manage to connect M+ to your iPhone’s hotspot and I can mark this thread as resolved?
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