Twine can't find any WIFI networks on set up
Multiple networks in area. N, G mixed, I even set up an old router to add a B-only network. Tried set up via IE9, Firefox and iPad. No joy. There used to be a support question from others with this issue (I have it bookmarked) but it seems to have disappeared. Help Please.
Required a 2 step process.
How far do you get in the initial setup? And is your (or your neighbors) router sending an SSID?
One thought.... Try shutting down any encryption you have running for a short time, and see if Twine can observe your router.
Regards - Don
1. I get to the point in set up where I am asked to choose a wireless network for twine to connect to. I am able to make my computer or iPad join Twine's network. But then when Twine looks for local wifi. It can find none and the selection list is empty.
2. Yes all of the networks are broadcasting an SSID. I have a 5ghz mixed, a 2.4hgz mixed and a 2.4ghz b-only. There are usually 2 others belonging to neighbors that computers/iPads can also find. Twine can see none of them.
3. I tried turning off wifi security and running setup again. It still can't see any networks.
My schedule makes it difficult to t.shoot during their open hours. I really want this to work. I guess I need to try to email them for direct support.
If you guys have any other thoughts I'd appreciate them.
In the end I had to kill it and I re-boxed mine as well. Hopefully, there will be a firmware solution for these wifi issues otherwise it's basically bricked.
My router is an Apple Time Capsule, it runs flawlessly compared to my past routers (Dlink, Linksys, etc.) but when it came to setting up my twine it was a real challenge. In the end it was an operator error on my part. Previously to adding my twine I controlled access to the router using the old school method - via mac addresses. Once I enabled wpa/wpa2 personal to support my new twine I assumed (dangerous word) the router would disable mac address enabled limited access. Unfortunately that's not the case. Once I disabled the mac address access feature on my router my twine connected no problem.
And now I'm happily getting twine enabled email messages...
Does any know where I can get an infrared sensor for my twine?