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myprofilux
09.06.2018, 18:47
Hi,

Before I start:
P4 Firmware: 7.12
WebServer Firmware: Not sure where to find this anymore - ---
WiFi Firmware: 6708
GCC Version: x.x.x13 or x.x.x.14

One of the requests I had for 6619 was to allow us somehow to configure the disconnect timeout that the website has on P4. I eagerly awaited the new firmware as in another post was told that this would not be necessary since its fixed in the new firmware for WiFi and Webserver. I downloaded the 8th June version quickly applied it and then cleared the browser cache. ---> The same thing still happens....
I open the dashboard of the website, leave it open for some time and it throws the error see attached.

Is there a way to extend the timeout or get rid of this error, its highly annoying. The connection between the "Sump room" and the inside of the house is a 1GIG network connection on shielded Cat6. I have a constant 2ms ping rate to the P4 so it cannot be a bad connection to be honest. I have 1080p camera in that room that streams every day all day without a hitch.

10782

10783

Am I doing something wrong here or is the webserver part of that firmware not fixed yet.

MatthiasF
11.06.2018, 09:16
Hello,

you can get the latest webinterface version from within the WiFi-Update-Tool package:
https://www.aquariumcomputer.com/downloads/wifi-modul-esp-update/#changelog
The timeouts are not too aggressive with this version.

myprofilux
11.06.2018, 11:42
Hello,

you can get the latest webinterface version from within the WiFi-Update-Tool package:
https://www.aquariumcomputer.com/downloads/wifi-modul-esp-update/#changelog
The timeouts are more sensitive with this version.

@MatthiasF

Just for clarity I did apply this update as per above (WiFi Firmware 6708). Is this not the right update for the webinterface. Do I need to apply something else within the download?

Just wanted clarity so I can flash the right thing.

**************update***************

Sorry being stupid. I saw the webinterface folder. Just a question when I hit my webinterface -- http://<ip_Address> I do not see the settings option anymore to upload the index file to upgrade the webinterface. Do I need to specify a different port or is it hidden in some menu?

Thank you

myprofilux
11.06.2018, 11:47
Ok found it seems to be hidden under:"

Network > File Transfer > Webinterface.

Wouldnt this be better under a menu like Flash or Settings or Advance Settings?

myprofilux
11.06.2018, 11:52
Last question though, when you say the timeouts are more sensitive does this mean they will time out less often or more often due to the sensitivity?

MatthiasF
11.06.2018, 12:52
The actual webinterface is the file 'index.html.gz', which is located in the subfolder
WiFi-Firmware-Update-Tool\Webinterface\index.html.gz

The timeouts are not so aggressive anymore and should not occur anymore.