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TOPIC: SunSDR2 Pro serious error after firmware upgrade failed

SunSDR2 Pro serious error after firmware upgrade failed 04 Jun 2021 16:06 #1

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SunSDR2 Pro serious error yellow blink after deep reset following firmware upgrade error.
What to do?
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SunSDR2 Pro serious error after firmware upgrade failed 04 Jun 2021 17:21 #2

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In different subjet I saw a suggestion from Roman to press the L/W button shortly. The yellow blink turned to green blink after that. An IP scanner shows that the IP adress i reset to 192.168.16.200. I will try to a normal installation and change the IP adress to my home LAN.
Problem remains: The PC and radio is on the same subnet now and the ethernet cable is connected directly.
Green blink is persistant and after a reset turns again to yellow blink.
Maybe a corrupt firmware in the radio?
How to reload firmware now?

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PROBLEM SOLVED: SunSDR2 Pro serious error after firmware upgrade failed 04 Jun 2021 18:09 #3

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After downloading the latest ESDR2 software it found the radio and the update of the radio was successful and the radio worked again.
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PROBLEM SOLVED: SunSDR2 Pro serious error after firmware upgrade failed 05 Jun 2021 22:49 #4

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Thank you Eric for the UMA which is of tremendous help. Finally I found the solution to a problem which was innerving. I could not connect to the radio and the culprit was the app Anydesk that blocked the 50001 port. Thanks to your description in the UMA I could identify it and remove Anydesk from my PC.
That cleared the ExpertSDR2 port and now everything is working fine. :good: :yahoo:
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PROBLEM SOLVED: SunSDR2 Pro serious error after firmware upgrade failed 06 Jun 2021 06:03 #5

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You are welcome. That Anydesk is a pain, though just by bad luck it uses the same port as the SDR, but it has caught out a lot of people.
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