Just a short update:
Suddenly the wireless transmittter of my 16GB Toshiba FlashAir W03 with FW 3.00.01 wasn’t working anymore … :blink:
So I’ve put the card into my PC to check the file access (as SD card) and that was still working; but getting the WLAN functionality back working wasn’t possible to me.
Then I’ve done a FW update from v3.00.01 to v3.00.02, did the initial setup using the Toshiba FlashAir Utility v3.0.3a and modified the CONFIG file -> now my card is working fine again.
In short - FW v3.00.02 is also working (that was my concern).
But because the “special” setup for getting read AND write access via WLAN isn’t done in five minutes … that’s my working CONFIG file as an example (location: \SD_WLAN ):
That gives me read+write access to the M200 via \192.168.0.100, e.g. mapped as drive Z:
After the FW update (can be repeated), when you make the first time setup using the Toshiba FlashAir Utility (so with the card still inserted in your PC’s card reader), open Network settings in the utility and enter your own SSID / PW + enable Internet Pass-Thru-Mode (set the same SSID / PW ). I think that’s important, because I couldn’t get the card working like a network drive via WLAN, as long as the Pass-Thru-Mode was disabled.
Next: Open an empty text file on your PC, name it CONFIG. Use the listing above and enter your resp. SSID / PW next to APPSSID / APPNETWORKKEY and the IP you want for the FlashAir card next to IP_Address. Then store a copy of that CONFIG file in the card’s \SD_WLAN folder. As far as I can see, line endings must be CR LF (default DOS style), not LF only (UNIX).
When you’r happy with, put the card into the printer. If your local LAN is well configured, a ping to the card’s IP (IP_Address ) as well as a ping to M200 (APPNAME) should work perfectly.
Many information about the CONFIG options can be read there:
Some more links in addition:
Firmware for the FlashAir W-03:
Firmware for the FlashAir W-04:
FlashAir Utility V3 (for FlashAir up to W-03):
FlashAir Utility V4 (for FlashAir up to W-04):
(my experiences are based on Utility V3.0.3a)