[Ovmsdev] Initial OTA update
mark at webb-johnson.net
Thu Apr 19 07:50:03 HKT 2018
Do you have a DNS server set on the module?
I think we should probably use 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124 by default.
> On 19 Apr 2018, at 12:46 AM, Greg D. <gregd2350 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Michael Balzer wrote:
>> Am 16.04.2018 um 22:16 schrieb Michael Balzer:
>>> I have seen the queue overflow problem once on the current build, so it isn't solved. But it wasn't related to any action, it happened while
>>> the module was idle.
>>> To clarify, it's no problem if it resolves after some seconds, that may be due to a temporary mongoose lock / overload. If we can trigger that
>>> reliably by some action, that would help to track this down.
>> Short update: I could trigger it again now multiple times on the OTA page. It seems to be happening due to the update check running over the
>> modem line, it does not happen with modem disabled. I need to check in Wifi client mode.
> Hi Michael,
> Interesting... I was going to write back and say that the 3.003 to 3.004 update went very smoothly, with no queue overflows being reported, and that all was well. I don't recall if the modem was connected at the time, however.
> A side note for anyone having trouble connecting to AP mode with their cell phone... I've always had a lot of trouble with timeouts and such, and finally tracked it down to a similar issue as above. If the phone has both an LTE and AP connection, the http request to 192.168.4.1 often goes out over the LTE path, and is therefore doomed. Disabling LTE "fixes" that, but of course, also disables your phone.(or at least the data part). I haven't found a good way to beat some (routing) sense into the phone otherwise.
> This was with my new Google Pixel2, so it's not a matter of an old buggy device. (Ok, so it's a new buggy device...)
> Also, the first time you connect to the AP, the phone blocks all communications with it until you answer the annoying notification (usually hidden in the background) that says "Hey, we can't get to the Internet with that AP. Are you sure you want to stay connected to it?", or words to that effect. Me thinks they have taken this always connected Internet meme a bit too far.
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