Lantronix device uds10 doesn't always reconnect after network connection is broken. using the device at a remote location 22 miles away. sometimes i have to disconnect power several times to get the device communicating again. it goes through normal routine post check and most of the time it just seem to stop booting. all lights are working. It been at least 3 years since i put the device in.
Try the LS100 from www.sena.com, it has a better warranty (5yrs vs 1yr) and its about half the price of a uds-10. We've had the same experience with the four UDS-10's we have and now 3 of the four have stopped working and report the following error: "FATAL ERROR 01/Setup memory: Contact tech support". I called there tech support and the guy (Marty) actully told me that the units have exceeded their life expectency. They all failed within the first ~22 months of operation. Working in a school district we cannot afford to keep doing the same thing over and over and over again, so our next project which involves 15 building will all use the SENA LS100 product and save the district money and have way better support and warranty. Thanks goes to "tech support" person Marty at Lantronix.
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To reset the SCS to factory so you can assign a new IP, use a paper clip to depress the button inside the reset hole. Hold that button and recycle the power, continue to hold the button after power cycle for 15 seconds.
The UDS has the following LEDs, which help you diagnose problems. Power LED (green) Ethernet 10/100 Link (yellow = 10 Mb/green = 100 Mb) Ethernet Half/Full Duplex Activity (yellow = Half Duplex/green = Full Duplex) Diagnostic (red) Status (green) Simultaneously lit Diagnostic (red) and Status (green) LEDs mean something is wrong. If the Diagnostic LED is lit or blinking, count the number of times the Status LED blinks between its pauses. The following table explains the LED functions:
Ok for starters this wireless technology is still in it's early stages and is being tested while wireless G is still in play. Most of the time if you continue to get kicked off or get no connection at all, this is due to firewall settings. When a device connects to a router of any kind it must send and recieve a signal. Unless you have a static address on your laptop. (an IP address you placed into your wireless adapter setting) Your IP address sometimes changes, it does this when you turn off your computer, log off, etc. Sometimes when reconnecting to your wireless network the IP address changes because it is a dynamic address. A static address never changes. I have found that with some wireless technology devices if a firewall is setup with windows XP the IP address changes thereby not allowing the device to reconnect to the network or be recognized based on the IP change. I have found this alot with wireless printers, external Network storage devices, etc. Sometimes when you take down the firewall your computer will reconnect to the network. Or just go back to the basics: Right click onto the wireless icon at the bottom right near the clock. You should have an option asking you to repair, this helps most of the time.
Most common problems with having be disconnected from your network is when you have a laptop and you use it outside of home on or in another location. Any more questions I have tons of answers. I can also walk you through a network setup!