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I was able to restore wifi by looking at what devices were connected to my router. Whatever I changed made the CP4 connect to the router and it was assigned a different IP address.
On Sat, Jun 11, 2016 at 8:09 PM, 'Christopher Erickson' christopher.k.erickson@...
You can connect the CP4 to a WiFi router via Ethernet and connect to
the CP4 from your PC over wireless to the router.
All of the CP4's ports are active by default and only the WiFi can be
turned off. That means you can connect to the CP4 via either serial
interface, USB, Ethernet and WiFi, all at the same time. So if you have
accidentally shut off WiFi you can use Serial, USB or Ethernet to turn it back
on. Unfortunately the serial and USB interfaces don't support the web
pages so it is a bit more complicated unless you are using the Ethernet
I suspect that AP might eventually have a PC utility that will allow
a user to access and modify all of the CP4
settings using Serial or USB.
It might be a cool feature to add to APCC and/or the AP
I was actually
reading over the manual, if you can believe that, and am unclear about that LAN
connection. I can install a LAN card and have a second computer connection or I
can connect to the switch I have in the observatory. Make any difference which
You can connect via Ethernet directly from PC to CP4 and
access the internal CP4 webpage. From there you can change wifi
On Sat, Jun 11, 2016 at 6:53 PM, dsidote@... [ap-gto] <ap-gto@...> wrote:
I was trying to configure my CP4 for wifi and
some how I disabled wifi altogether. When I started I was able to see the CP4
in my available networks, but no longer. I tried connecting using 172.31.0.1
and port 23 but I can't connect. I using Win10 in case that is useful
information. I also tested my network connectivity and its functioning
Is there a way to reset the CP wifi settings? Can I connect
via ethernet without purchasing any additional software or hardware to check
the wifi setting on the CP4 homepage?