onPC doesn't recognize wifi IP address

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  • MacBook Pro 2014

    OSX 11.6.5

    MA3 1.7 doesn't recognize my wifi port. On the Network Stations menu it says "No Cable" instead of the IP address.

    It recognizes ethernet port though and it works as expected.

    The same wifi port works fine on the 1.6 version.

  • The network is not turned off generally.

    It totally works if I use my ethernet port (with another ip address).

    It just doesn't recognise the computer wifi ip address (which I'm using right now).

    just I said previously, if I restart the software with 1.6 version, it imediatelly recognizes this wifi ip address.

    I still haven't finnished reading the 1.7 release notes. Maybe there's a new feature that I'm missing...

  • Same issue there.

    Finds all my interfaced but things some don't work?

    lo0 - localhost ok :thumbup:

    en0 WiFi :?:

    en5 - Ethernet :thumbup:

    utun3 - VPN :?:

    vlan0 - Vlan :thumbup:

    In 1.6 both the WiFi and VPN worked.

    Also tried with just the WiFi interface enabled and no luck.

  • From the Release Notes:

    "The Select Interface drop-down to select a network interface displays now a network icon that is colored green or red

    to indicate if the interface has a connection established or not.

    Furthermore, when such an interface is set to use DHCP, the UI will display No cable everywhere this interface is selected."

    Although it says "No Cable" and the network icon is red, I can use the Web Remote through this IP address after all.

    A little bit confusing...

  • No issues with wifi on mac and 1.7 here.

    Make sure you have a valid connection to a wifi network though (I know that is probably obvious but still). I had ‘no cable’ when my wifi was not connected properly.

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    colored green or red

    to indicate if the interface has a connection established or not

    connection established to what I wonder?

    in this setup both EN0 (WiFi) and EN5 (Ethernet) can ping the console if I connect one at a time.

    The VLAN is on a completely different subnet for a network that I'm not currently connected to. so why does it have a green icon?

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    Furthermore, when such an interface is set to use DHCP, the UI will display No cable everywhere this interface is selected.

    In this current setup all but the Tunnel are DHCP, yet the Ethernet shows green and does not say no cable.


    No issues with wifi on mac and 1.7 here.

    What OS are you on? I'm currently on the latest 12.2.1 and about to update to 12.4.x to see if that does anything different.

  • I forgot I was going to check this.

    After updating to MacOS 12.14 WiFi still does not work. I confirmed that IGMP snooping was enabled on my wifi network and that switching back to 1.6.3 allows it to see the console wherein 1.7 does not.

    I'm using a MacPro 14,3 (2017 shitty Touchbar).

  • I have the same setup and all works correctly. So must be something in your setup.

    MA3 however of course does not support the use of WIFI networks for sessions though officially. So you are a bit on your own to figure out your problem.

  • I can get the wifi to work. The only thing is that it says NO CABLE (which is correct because I'm using wifi connection only) and the network icon was red.

    Which until a certain point makes sense, but until 1.6 the beahaviour was different. That's all.

    MA3 however of course does not support the use of WIFI networks for sessions though officially. So you are a bit on your own to figure out your problem.

    That is absolutelly right. :)

    By the way: I always avoid wireless connections. This was a home test connection...

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