what about PyMesh firmware update?

  • Hello to everyone, I have been working on this one for some days already.
    Gettting OTAA registered my Fipy on loraWAN is without any problem. When it comes to loramesh, I do not succeed in PyBytes to deploy pymesh. Constantly timing out while te device is connected though with the latest wifi firmware 1.20.2.r6.

    Anyone has already succeeded in flashing the pymesh firmware apart from the lady who presented PyMesh in her YouTube explanation? As the PyMesh firmware is based on OpenThread I would like to have it deployed on PyBoards too, as I did with my STM boards lately with no issues (and more smoothly to be honest).
    Thanks for replying.

  • Hi @Garth-Paine,

    Sorry for the long time that we took to fix this issue.

    We are testing on staging and will do our best to deploy a working version today to the production.

    Have a nice day

    Best Regards,
    Ahmad EL Masri

  • @ahmadelmasri any news on making the Pymesh install work properly? I really want to get this working

  • @ahmadelmasri I am also having the same problem. I tried several times today to deploy a mesh without success even though the Node‘s are online

  • Goog morning to whomever might help.
    It looks like even the PyBytes online firmware does not function neither. Offline updating with the Pycom firmware updater is not a problem to have the 1.20.2.r6 firmware updared to the FiPy board. But once downloading it in order to provision the device, it took for ages:
    So I guess it is the same online firmware process problem occuring for the PyMesh firmware.
    Is there any offline pymesh firmware available besides the one on PyBytes?

    Thanks for sorting this one out.

  • Thanks Ahmed for having a look.
    The problem still remains after trying out the update again:
    update_timed_out.PNG pymesh_updating_continuously.PNG device_online.PNG

  • @wim-debbaut I get exactly the same problem

  • Hi @wim-debbaut ,

    Thank you for reporting that, we will take a look and get back to you.

    Have a nice day.

    Best Regards,
    Ahmad El Masri

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