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  • Originally posted by rog0322 View Post
    Tried connecting the receiver to laptop via ethernet but it cannot establish a connection. They seem not to know each other. The values are not found on cmd netstat. Should try another strategy.
    Perhaps you missed a step in your windows network settings of disabling the wifi connection and enabling the ethernet connection. netstat will work then from the cmd prompt.

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    • After you do that post a screen shot of the netstat results.

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      • while your laptop is set to ethernet connection the wireless on your phone will let you login here for posting.

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        • Originally posted by paradiselost View Post
          ok the problem is the network settings in the receiver. do you have a pc or laptop?

          1. connect the receiver with an ethernet cable to the pc or laptop..
          con
          2. disable wifi and enable the ethernet connection in the windows network connections.and click ok.

          3. Open the command prompt and type netstat.. In the list look :30336 or 30337. In your browser if you find one or another the 192.168.xxx.xxx is the ip. type that ip ie 192.168.1.xxx. your receiver setup will open. Beware the ip could be 10.xxx.xxx.xxx or 160.xxx.xxx.xxx instead of starting with 192.

          4. on your receiver login screen look for the network setting link at the bottom of the page.

          5, On the Receiver network page select use Static IP. for the IP address use 192.168.254.150. the Netmask is 255.255.255.0 and the Gateway is 192.168.254.254. for DNS type 8.8.8.8 click save..

          in another browser tab type 192.168.254.150. your receiver page will open
          I edited the instructions to clear them up.

          When you are through set the windows ethernet connection to disabled and wireless to enabled.
          Reconnect your FR24 ethernet cable to your modems lan port.

          paradiselost

          F-RPVD1
          Last edited by paradiselost; 2019-11-27, 00:19.

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          • Here.s the netstat screenshots
            Attached Files
            Roger S.
            F-RPML3
            CGY

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            • Or better yet. Email support@fr24.com and get them engaged to reset the device per the help documents
              Posts not to be taken as official support representation - Just a helpful uploader who tinkers

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              • Originally posted by rog0322 View Post
                Here.s the netstat screenshots
                Try 169.254.140.180 in a separate tab.

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                • Originally posted by paradiselost View Post

                  Try 169.254.140.180 in a separate tab.
                  Gather you know 169.254 is a loopback address due no DHCP allocation?

                  Port 4/WAN will not work with a receiver. That is designed for an input internet connection WIDE area network

                  Unless the router has been configured to dumb mode where all 4 ports are for client.
                  Posts not to be taken as official support representation - Just a helpful uploader who tinkers

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                  • If you truely think the feed box is on a fixed IP, and you can't revert back to it due to changed router/IP range.

                    I'd suggest plugging both feeder and PC into a switch (only), and changing PC ip to match the old range. Locate And simply browse to it and pre-setup.

                    If you don't know how to change/fix IP. Use something such as 'IP Shifter'. And set it as what your old router IP use to be (you wont be connecting it so it doesn't matter)

                    And use angry IP scanner to probe for it and reconfigure.

                    /edit You may also be able to fix it using the oldschool arp technique if you can see the MAC
                    https://www.digi.com/support/knowled...address-to-por
                    Last edited by Oblivian; 2019-11-27, 06:18.
                    Posts not to be taken as official support representation - Just a helpful uploader who tinkers

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                    • FR24 Admin notified me that F-RPML3 is back online just this morning, Nov 29. I don't know why, maybe ISP finally allowed the receiver to upload data. The last thing I remember doing was transferring the connection from LAN4/WAN slot to LAN3 about midnight of November 26 after failure to log on to the receiver webpage, went to sle and forgot about the whole thing. I was diverted by the monitoring of TS "KAMMURI" entering PAR and although Macajalar Bay/CGY area is not in its path, we may get a bit of its outer rim effects. Just in time.

                      Thanks paradiselost and oblivian for the advice. BTW I can see the receiver local now IP as 192.168.254.104.
                      Roger S.
                      F-RPML3
                      CGY

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                      • Cebu Pacific has converted 2 of their older ATR75 aircraft from passenger and cargo to cargo only. The conversion was done by an Airbus contractor in Europe.

                        The conversion involved removing the passenger seats and windows and opening up a huge cargo door in front of the left wing and upgrading the avionics to enable ADSB tracking.

                        RP-C7253 Serial number 828 and RP-C7252 serial number 820 are the two converted aircraft.

                        Only RP-C7252 serial number 820 is being used between MNL-CGY, CGY-GES, GES-MNL

                        Shippers can preload A330 compatible containers, which the converted aircraft can now carry, with fresh fish and produce for export shipment abroad days earlier than possible before.

                        Keep an eye out for them, SRQ5715, SRQ5783, SRQ5830.

                        paradiselost

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                        • Originally posted by paradiselost View Post
                          FR24 Receivers Working and Non-Working 1-4-2019

                          Working FR24 receivers 1-4-2019 in the Philippines

                          RADAR F-RPMO1 West Coast of Leyte, Ormoc
                          RADAR F-RPVA1 East Coast of Leyte, Tacloban
                          RADAR F-RPVB1 Northern Negros Occidental, Bacolod-Silay
                          RADAR F-RPVS1 San Jose, Antique, Pinay Island
                          RADAR F-RPUW1 Marinduque Airport, Marinduque Island
                          RADAR F-RPLB1 Subic Bay International Airport, Zambales, Luzon Island
                          RADAR F-RPWC1 Awang Airport, Cotabato
                          RADAR F-RPVR1 Roxas Airport (RXS) located in Roxas, Capiz, Panay Island
                          RADAR F-RPLL2 Cavite City, Cavite, Manila Suburb, Luzon Island
                          RADAR F-RPLL5 Imus City, Cavite, Luzon Island
                          RADAR F-RPUN1 AND RPUN2, Naga, Camarines Sur
                          RADAR F-RPUS1 San Fernando, La Union, Luzon
                          RADAR T-RPMD1 Davao City, Davao City, Davao del Sur, Mindanao
                          RADAR F-RPMO1 Ozamiz City, Misamis Occidental, Mindanao
                          RADAR F-RPML3 Cagayan De Oro City-Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental, Mindanao
                          RADAR F-RPVI1 Iloilo, Cabatuan, Panay Island
                          RADAR F-RPWE1 Butuan City, Agusan Del Norte, Mindanao
                          RADAR F-RPVK1 Kalibo, Aklan, Panay Island
                          RADAR F-RPVK2 Kalibo, Aklan, Panay Island
                          RADAR F-RPLP1 Legazpi City, Albay, Bicol island
                          RADAR F-RPVM3 Lahug, Cebu

                          Missing in Action

                          RADAR F-RPMZ2 Zamboanga, Zamboanga del Sur, Mindanao
                          RADAR F-RPMG1 Dipolog, Zamboanga Del Norte, Mindanao
                          RADAR F-RPMI1 Iligan City, Lanao del Norte, Mindanao
                          RADAR F-RPMD1 and 2 Davao City, Davao City, Davao del Sur, Mindano
                          RADAR F-RPVT1 Tagbilaran, Bohol
                          RADAR F-RPLC1 AND 2 Angeles City, Pampanga, Luzon
                          RADAR F-RPUB1 Baguio, Benguet, Luzon
                          RADAR F-RPUT1 Tuguegarao, Cagayan, Luzon
                          RADAR F-RPLI1 Laoag, Ilocos Norte, Luzon
                          RADAR F-RPVP1 Puerto Princesa, Palawan Island

                          paradiselost
                          Correcting location of F-RPUW1 - Shoreline of Brgy Aplaya Laiya, San Juan, Batangas, Calabarzon, PH

                          teddy
                          p.s. station is currently offline due to receiver repairs and will be reinstalled by Feb 16

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                          • Originally posted by teddyp View Post

                            Correcting location of F-RPUW1 - Shoreline of Brgy Aplaya Laiya, San Juan, Batangas, Calabarzon, PH

                            teddy
                            p.s. station is currently offline due to receiver repairs and will be reinstalled by Feb 16
                            Thanks Teddy for the location of your receiver. That list was compiled in January of last year and a lot of those receivers do not exist any more and new ones have taken some of their locations.

                            If you don't mind telling us what happened to your receiver, did you have to return it to FR24 for replacement? FR24 is replacing receivers built by Gunter in Germany with a new design manufactured in Sweden.

                            paradiselost (john)
                            F-RPVD1 Dumaguete

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                            • It was not necessary to have it replaced. Ants nested on the ethernet port and connector and either grounded or disconnected the pins. Had to take it down for thorough cleaning here in Quezon City. I temporarily connected it to the internet here for testing and it worked. Will bring back to Batangas this weekend.
                              This is my second FR24 receiver in the last 5 years. The first one was struck by lightning in 2016 which burned the main board and power supply and had to be sent back and replaced.
                              The station has good range up to 255 nautical miles and is directly in the flight path of traffic coming from south landing in Manila.

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                              • Originally posted by teddyp View Post
                                It was not necessary to have it replaced. Ants nested on the ethernet port and connector and either grounded or disconnected the pins. Had to take it down for thorough cleaning here in Quezon City. I temporarily connected it to the internet here for testing and it worked. Will bring back to Batangas this weekend.
                                This is my second FR24 receiver in the last 5 years. The first one was struck by lightning in 2016 which burned the main board and power supply and had to be sent back and replaced.
                                The station has good range up to 255 nautical miles and is directly in the flight path of traffic coming from south landing in Manila.
                                I hear you about vermin and ethernet cables. Rats above the ceiling love the gray ethernet cable. When you get back to Batangas and reconnect the ethernet check for the led on the receiver. The 5 volts that make the receiver led light comes from the switch or modem the other end is connected to. If the ethernet cable is run through an inaccessible location and you need to replace use the red or blue sheathed cable. Vermin leave those colors alone.


                                Teddy thanks for the detailed update, will look forward to seeing your station back online.

                                paradiselost

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