Is the green LED on the MTU blinking showing it is transmitting data? If not, there is a problem with the install in the power panel.
Is the green LED on the right side of the Gateway blinking showing it is receiving data? It will blink green and orange 4-5 times when first plugged in and then then it should blink green every few seconds showing it is receiving data from the MTU. If the Gateway is not blinking then it has no information to send to the hand-held display or the Footprints software.
Check out this YouTube video on how to install the MTU. It is for the TED 1000, but it gives a great explanation of the A and B phase of your power panel. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgcvvJPX46M
For the TED 5000, the black wire of the MTU goes to one phase of the panel and the red wire goes to the other phase so that there is one wire on the A phase and one on the B phase. I assume this is to give greater reliability so matter which circuit you use for the Gateway.
Finally, try adjusting some transmit settings in the system setup.
I had to experiment for the first few days, but now it is rock solid
AlphaRat wrote: »
Yep, did that. I tried every IP address on the router. They all came back with a "duh, can't find that....."
n3qik wrote: »
Should add the ping broadcast is for Mac only, did not work on a windows machine.
The arp -a did work on both.
n3qik wrote: »
Just tried 192.168.1.255 and it pings the local IP only. If you ping 192.168.1.254 then it will start pinging all of the subnet. Any "No Route to Host" would mean a device is at that address.
If you look at my console screen shot:
The router is first, the the MAC is at the 13th ping= 192.168.1.13.
AlphaRat, sorry we are getting off topic.