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  • oakl
    started a topic Auto Connect fails

    Auto Connect fails

    I have an Arduino board connected via USB (COM4).

    Every time I start Homeseer after restarting the computer, Auto connect fails.Manually clicking on "Connect" succeeds.

    See the below debug log and screen captures.

    Any ideas how to fix this issue?


    Debugging Started at = 14/2/2019 ,03:48:37.551
    ************************************************************ ****************************
    Arduino Plugin Version = 1.0.0.146

    *************************************Homeseer*************** ****************************
    Homeseer Version = 3.0.0.500
    Homeseer IP = 192.168.1.XXX
    14/2/2019 ,03:48:37.787 Exception in DataReceivedHandler : The operation has timed out.
    OS Version = Microsoft Windows 10 Pro (6.2.9200.0)

    *************************************Plugins**************** ****************************
    Plug-In List, Arduino Plugin: is currently enabled.
    Plug-In List, JowiHue: is currently enabled.

    **************************************Setup***************** ****************************
    14/2/2019 ,03:48:38.006 Exception in DataReceivedHandler : The operation has timed out.
    Ref = 467 | Address = Arduino, Board:1 advancedcom = 0, autoconnect = 1, baud = 0, boardno = 1, boardtype = 1, comport = 4, debounce = 30, index = 1, ipaddress = 192.168.1.66, lcdaddress = 0x27, macaddress = 00:AA:BB:CCE:01, port = 8900, type = Board,
    Ref = 472 | Address = Arduino, Board:1, API Input:1 boardno = 1, index = 1, type = APIInput, unit = , update = 0,
    Ref = 473 | Address = Arduino, Board:1, API Input:2 boardno = 1, index = 2, type = APIInput, unit = , update = 0,
    Ref = 475 | Address = Arduino, Board:1, API Input:3 boardno = 1, index = 3, type = APIInput, unit = , update = 0,
    Ref = 476 | Address = Arduino, Board:1, API Input:4 boardno = 1, index = 4, type = APIInput, unit = , update = 0,
    Ref = 477 | Address = Arduino, Board:1, API Input:5 boardno = 1, index = 5, type = APIInput, unit = , update = 0,
    Ref = 482 | Address = Arduino, Board:1, API Input:6 boardno = 1, index = 6, type = APIInput, unit = , update = 0,
    Board: 1, Board index: 467, Comport = 4


    ***************************************LOG****************** ****************************


  • jchestnuts
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    Maybe this was just me, but I tried to keep using USB for a long time, I kept having issues and finally gave up, I put Ethernet interface boards on the arduinos and had better luck with that. If you do that be aware that many of the generic W5100 Ethernet interface boards have an issue with some resistors, elsewhere on here I posted how to fix it. Otherwise I had good luck using the newer W5500 Ethernet boards, and I have read comments that the actual arduino brand Ethernet boards work well. Another benefit of using Ethernet is longer maximum wire length.

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