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  1. Found the solution: the power supply Switched to another one with slightly more capacity and the MKV boots normal. Strange because I could reach the reflash page but probably the radio's are down when dipswitch 5 is down then and thus the device consuming less power. Anyway: SOLVED!
  2. I have troubles operating my MKV. I cannot log in to the device. When I start all leds are lit, then first yellow and shortly after the red turn off and the blue starts blinking. After one or two minutes the blue goes off, red and yellow light up, yellow turns off and red keeps on for a few seconds, and then red goes out and were back where only green is burning and blue blinking. I have a video but wasn't allowed to upload it... I have no opportunity of getting in to the device. Checked all jumpers and they are all up, but connecting tot the 172.16.42.42:1471 gives no solution. My best gu
  3. Thanks for your advise. In the meantime I managed to get the cabled connection functioning. The trick was creating a "location" in my OSx networking. I used the exact same configuration for the wireless and the Thunderbolt ethernet, so it looks like mr Apple has its own idea about my network configuration..... It also turns out i do not need to set a gateway address. If I do things don't work ?! Anyway, one step ahead, new problem ? I can't get the pineapple to send traffic to my mac. I managed to log in over ssh to the pineapple. When I ping the pineapple itself (172.16.42.1) it works (so
  4. LS, I started today with teh pineapple mark v. I managed to startup and connect to the device over the ethernet cable (eth0). But.... then it frose in the "entropy bunny". I have no idea what that is. Google didn't help. Restarting the device didn't help. I managed to do a factory reset with the DIP switches. I can come into the device over the WIFI connection, but not over the eth0 cabled connection. When I put in the ethernet cable, the amber light burns pretty permanently (with an occasional blink). No connection however to the device. Pinging over the eth0 doesn't help. Pinging over
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