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matnalex
2009-05-04, 14:57
I'm trying to setup my SBR with the UDAP tool however cannot get past the yellow light on the SBR. Can anyone help? The list command looks a little like this: BTW if anyoine can tell me how to cut and paste from the PERL window it'd be much appriciated. (Right click and ctrl v doesn't work).

bridging: 0
hostname:
interface: 0
lan_gateway:
lan_ip_mode: 1
lan_network_address:
lan_subnet_mask:
primary_dns:
secondary_dns:
server_address:
squeezecenter_address:="from squeezecenter page"
squeezecenter_name:
Wireless_SSID:=Home
wireless_channel:=11
wireless_keylen:
wireless_mode:=
wireless_region_id=14
wireless_wep_key_0: My wep key in ASCII
wireless_wep_key_1:
wireless_wep_key_2:
wireless_wep_key_3:
wireless_wep_on:
wireless_wpa_cipher:
wireless_wpa_mode:
wireless_wpa_on:
wireless_wpa_psk:

radish
2009-05-04, 19:48
Yellow means the wireless can't connect. I'd double check the SSID and key. I'd also _strongly_ recommend switching to WPA instead of WEP, not only is it secure (WEP is basically pointless from a security point of view) it is also more reliable with regard to keys in my experience (less random connection failures).

peter
2009-05-05, 01:01
matnalex wrote:
> I'm trying to setup my SBR with the UDAP tool however cannot get past
> the yellow light on the SBR. Can anyone help? The list command looks a
> little like this: BTW if anyoine can tell me how to cut and paste from
> the PERL window it'd be much appriciated. (Right click and ctrl v
> doesn't work).
>
It's not a Perl window, it's a windows command prompt.
Try using your right mouse button.

Regards,
Peter

matnalex
2009-05-05, 15:16
Thanks for the suggestion, however I've still got no further than the yellow button, I've changed the from WEP to WPA and now my output from the list command looks like this:
bridging: 0
hostname:
interface: 0
lan_gateway:
lan_ip_mode: 1
lan_network_address:
lan_subnet_mask:
primary_dns:
secondary_dns:
server_address:
squeezecenter_address:="from squeezecenter page"
squeezecenter_name:
Wireless_SSID:=Home
wireless_channel:=11
wireless_keylen:
wireless_mode:=
wireless_region_id=14
wireless_wep_key_0:
wireless_wep_key_1:
wireless_wep_key_2:
wireless_wep_key_3:
wireless_wep_on: 0
wireless_wpa_cipher: 1
wireless_wpa_mode: 1
wireless_wpa_on: 1
wireless_wpa_psk: wpa password

Any ideas on what to try next?

I've connected my SBR via a cable to squeezecenter, still working on the wireless method. anyhelp much appreciated.

In case anyone else is having issue pasting commands into the window, if you right click on the title bar, select edit, you'll find paste there, at least I did!

After another evening playing around with the SBR and UDAP have finally managed to get it working wirelessley, I think this was my route - just in case anyone finds it helpful

Factory reset of the SBR 6 seconds on the front button until it flashes red fast.
Normal commands and then this set command
set interface=0 lan_gateway=192.168.0.1 wireless_SSID=Home wireless_wpa_cipher=2 wireless_wpa_on=1 wireless_wpa_psk=my_wpa_password
save_data
reset

Back to the SBR and hold button for 4 seconds until flashing red slowly
then this set command
set squeezecenter_address=192.168.0.04
save_data
reset

Take the power out of SBR and put it back in, goes through a nice cycle of colours before settling on dull white.

A bit of shinnanagins with squeezecenter and an ipod touch and now it seems to work with squeezenetwork.

I'm hoping it's going to work tomorrow too.

I'm sure it shouldn't really be this complex to get working but hey...

Robin Bowes
2009-05-08, 14:12
There are some examples on the web site:

http://projects.robinbowes.com/Net-UDAP/trac/wiki/SampleUsage

Failing that, try posting to the mailing list:

net-udap {at} projects.robinbowes.com

R.