I’ve recently completed a lagering session and decided to change some things…first was moving to a Pi 4, which corrected some wifi connection issues. Then I had an older spark whose photon was not fully working - ordered a replacement photon and now it’s good to go and connected. However, the newer sparkv3 is not connecting (Connection Refused). Not sure where to go from here – Log: https://termbin.com/19f1
A couple of errors on my part (not enough coffee)…one is that it is 102 that is not connecting (it is the older Spark). It will connect over USB, it shows the correct static defined DHCP address of 192.168.5.102. However, it does not respond properly over http. The newer Spark with the 101 address does respond over http.
Yes, both have been flashed with the version of BrewBlox I have installed. I’m a little concerned the flash process is not fully taking on the older Spark (since the older spark does not respond to http).
I do not have the device IDs configured at this point, I will have to look and see how to find the IDs and apply them.
I’ve added the device IDs and still have the same result. If I remove the --device-host=192.168.5.102 in the compose file, it connects over USB both start up successfully. However, when I add the --device-host=192.168.5.102 to it, it no longer connects. The 101 spark continues to connect.