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Posted · Upgraded firmware and Cura - Unable to connect

Hi,

 

I upgraded the firmware and Cura today. Ultimaker 3 Extended to the latest versions.

 

Win 10 PC seems to see UM3 and I can see the machine settings.

 

Browser has been attempting for an hour.

 

Unable connect locally either.

 

Printer can see the internet and I have rebooted it a few times since I upgraded the firmware.

 

I'm able to ping the printer from the PC.

 

I have rebooted the PC and restarted Cura a few times.

 

On one screen "This printer is not set up to host a group of printers"

 

On another "The printer(s) below cannot be connected because that are part of a group"

 

Thoughts?

 

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    Posted · Upgraded firmware and Cura - Unable to connect

    Try if a "Cura Connect Reset" on the printer helps. This just resets some network related things helps with some problems. It seems that your printer was part of a group, so with a Cura connect reset, the group configuration will be removed.

     

    I cannot say out of my head where you find the Cura connect reset, but it is in the same menu as the factory reset. Should be maintenance or something like that.

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    Posted · Upgraded firmware and Cura - Unable to connect
    1 hour ago, Smithy said:

    Try if a "Cura Connect Reset" on the printer helps. This just resets some network related things helps with some problems. It seems that your printer was part of a group, so with a Cura connect reset, the group configuration will be removed.

     

    I cannot say out of my head where you find the Cura connect reset, but it is in the same menu as the factory reset. Should be maintenance or something like that.

     

    Thx Smithy!

     

    You were correct 🙂

     

    That worked.

     

    I had no idea that option was available as I was using a very old 3.xxxx firmware 

     

    Thank you very much for the quick response.

     

    I had been putting off updating Cura and my firmware for a long time and was regretting doing it today.

     

    Best regards

     

    Dan

     

     

     

     

     

     

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