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The kit went together great . I have a flashing orange light but the SSID is coming up AI-Thinker . I have done the power down wait cycle a bunch of times with the same result . When I connect it will not display the configuration page. Any Ideas?

thanks
(05-23-2016 10:36 PM)ng433 Wrote: [ -> ]The kit went together great . I have a flashing orange light but the SSID is coming up AI-Thinker . I have done the power down wait cycle a bunch of times with the same result . When I connect it will not display the configuration page. Any Ideas?

thanks

Re-program the Arduino leonardo using the ARDUINO IDE. It is quite simple:
1) Download the ARDUINO IDE here: https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software and install it.
2) Run the software. After selecting the Arduino Leonardo board and the COM PORT (should be COM5 or so) in the menu "tools->board"...
2) Open and Upload the iBoardbot CODE. I have attached the .rar file here for you ;-)

Done!

Doing this, you will be able to modify your iboardbot parameters in the future if you want.
John - thanks that worked and I was able to get my iboard connected to my wifi . Now I cannot get the registration web page to come up . The registration app is looking for IP 192.168.4.1 . The Iboard must use DHCP because when it connects it changes to 192.168.1.16 so the app never connects . When I try to connect to 192.168.1.16 I get connection refused . I am sure about the IP address because I left the Arduino serial monitor on and could see the mac .
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