I am using the software "connectprog.exe" to make several operation on the DigiConnectME 2MB -S.
One of these operation is the download of a defaults.rci file and the factory settings restoration.
With old firmware (82000867_G), my commands are perfectly done, and my module is correctly configured with my own parameters :
connectprog /upload /destip=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx /username=custom /password=custom /custom=defaults.rci
connectprog /defaults /destip=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx /username=root /password=dbps
connectprog /reboot /destip=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx /username=root /password=dbps
Now, with the firmware 82001116_h, when the command with /defaults is done, I receive this message :
Connect to device: SUCCESS
Restora factory defaults: FAILED
ERROR: Failed to restore factory defaults.
After that, the module's parameters are set to DIGI's one, and all my configuration is lost. The IP address is set to DHCP, and I don't have DHCP server so the IP address is randomized. If I made an hard reset (by unplug and re-plug the power line), my parameters are restored because the command with /upload is correctly done and my file was correctly uploaded.
This is a big problem for me because I have sent to my clients a batch file which uses the connectprog software and if they upgrade the ConnectME firmware this batch does not work anymore.
Is there a special command in connectprog to keep network configuration when doing a factory restoration ?
I have try to make a new "default.rci" file by the new firmware but the problem is always here.
When I try to make the factory restoration by the web page, it is working only if the button "keep network setting" is checked. Otherwise the webpage is never refreshed and I return to the same problem as with connectprog.exe (all is deconfigured).
Please help me !