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Jeff_pad:
My WIFIlogger has dropped connection a couple times in the last few months, first time was a week ago, didn't notice it for a few days as I was having eye surgery and wasn't on the PC. I removed the battery and power cord and it reconnected no problem but lost 3 days data on Weather Underground.
   Today I noticed that it dropped yesterday at 3 pm so I did the same thing but it lost all data from yesterday to today on WU.

I noticed that the on the Davis Weather link site it either doesn't lose connection or it restores the data, if it happens again will check weatherlink before I reset the station

WiFiLogger:
Please use the latest firmware.
Then please go to SETUP-> SYSTEM and you will find there option "Auto reboot at:" Please choose suitable hour for you.
This function will reboot WiFiLogger everyday at the time what you choose.
I have multiple feedbacks that this helped with most issues.

Please share with us Your opinion after using this option.

Jeff_pad:
I have to say I am no longer tech savy.  I was able to connect to the "wifilogger setup" network that showed on my laptop, I held down the red button on the logger for 3 seconds a bunch of times, and then for 15 seconds. Nothing happened.  I know at one point I had gotten into the setup when I first started using it but I can't figure out how to get into it again.  I am very frustrated.

I have a pdf called "manual WIFILogger 2018" and it talks about "enable none secure access point network"

I can't see an app to access it or anything.  I guess I will have to unplug the Davis station every few days or at most once a week, take the batteries out and then put them back and plug it in again.

I am lost

BigAlT:
Wifi logger isnít asking you to reset your wifi logger but to access the wifi logger menu by going to the wifi logger home page. Using a browser, enter the IP address of your wifi logger assigned by your router. You will see the setup menu at the right top. Click on the menu. At the bottom is System. Click on it. You will see a setting to activate auto reboot and a time. Enter the time you want and choose to activate auto reboot. Click save. Youíre done.
 To install the latest software, go to the System page as indicated above. At the bottom of the page is an option to do an Internet software update. Click on Update using the US Server shown in the box to the left.

Jeff_pad:

--- Quote from: BigAlT on May 21, 2022, 12:09:28 PM ---Wifi logger isnít asking you to reset your wifi logger but to access the wifi logger menu by going to the wifi logger home page. Using a browser, enter the IP address of your wifi logger assigned by your router. You will see the setup menu at the right top. Click on the menu. At the bottom is System. Click on it. You will see a setting to activate auto reboot and a time. Enter the time you want and choose to activate auto reboot. Click save. Youíre done.
 To install the latest software, go to the System page as indicated above. At the bottom of the page is an option to do an Internet software update. Click on Update using the US Server shown in the box to the left.

--- End quote ---

That let me get right into it, I was doing it wrong b4, so I added the reboot and saved, then I did the update and it downloaded the updates and now for the last 5 minutes it has been doing the same thing over and over, do I just get out of it or what

DavisGetLOOP - data no changed
Client response time: 750
success
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DavisGetLOOP - data changed
Connection to rtupdate.wunderground.com failed
RapidFire
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