Click the … to navigate to the location of each file. Enter the correct value (such as 0x0) in the following field. Make sure the check boxes to the left of the specified files are checked before you click Start. If you don’t do this then nothing is loaded on the board.
I received my two boards today but only one LNB in the box.
I sent email to Othernet Inc [email protected]
Just flashed one board to V1.03 and your instructions worked fine.
My only problem was having multiple comports in use on the computer
and figuring out which one. That was done thru Device manager and looking
at all com ports in use. Then unplugging the Dreamcatcher and seeing which
com port goes away. Then plugging the board in and seeing which com port
comes up. After Flash I now have
I have one minor question relating to the BullsEye lnb. Which F connector do
I use. One is labeled white and the other is labeled red.
Ok appears white to me but I have it connected and all appears to be working.
I am seeing activity on Memory status. The Free SPIram values are continually
changing and my LNB Status panel shows LNB Connected.
LNB in rangeYES
FREQ offset 0
Under Receiver setup I show a frequency of 2308100000 for US Sat. Is this correct?
Syed, is there a way to reboot (or reload) the Dreamcatcher through the web interface GUI? After I upgraded the firmware to 1.0.3 (although the version still shows 1.0.0 on the GUI), the WiFi client fails. I can still connect when I use the Dreamcatcher’s AP SSID (othernet).
Sorry to be a pest, but I went through the process twice with all new downloaded files both times, but I can’t connect to the AP’s GUI. The computers can see the Othernet AP and connect, even the “properties” tab report the correct URL, but the browsers won’t connect to 192.168.4.2. Here is a shot of my “Finish” from the flash:
I’ve got a 64 GB micro SD card installed formatted FAT 32 on my Windows computer - not by the Dreamcatcher (DC). It’s located inside my house on my 500 foot cable with 2 amps connected to the Bullyseye which is mounted on my 80 cm FTA Ku dish. I’m going to let the DC run today to see what it picks up, then investigate connecting it to my Wifi so I can port forward it. Ken