Author Topic: Connection error 'Object reference not set to an instance of an object'  (Read 2084 times)

HL5BHH

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The Connection of pc-client (window 8 @ notebook) via my home wi-fi to radio RRC & rig  is OK, but failed via public wi-fi showing error message such as ' object reference not set to an instance of an object '
Is it due to problem of local wifi or others?

Jery,  hl5bhh
« Last Edit: 2016-02-22, 03:59:15 by HL5BHH »

Jan (Microbit)

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Which version of RRC-Micro? Is it a trial or not?
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Hi Jan,

it's v. 2.87.
PC-client is trial version.  ( works less than a month)

Jery

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Hi Jan,

it's v. 2.87.
PC-client is trial version.  ( works less than a month)

Jery
2.87 must be the RRC itself. RRC-Micro should be 1.8.x or 1.9.x  ;)
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Sorry,

2.87 for RRC
PC client is 1.9.1 for trial

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You could try uninstalling 1.9.1 and install 1.9.2 as we have found out there were problems in trial mode:

www.remoterig.com/firmwares/RRCMicro_1.9.2.zip

But note that the trial version is locked to a specific network interface, so if the interface used isn't available then it might not work.
« Last Edit: 2016-02-22, 15:54:42 by Jan (Microbit) »
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 :) Thanks Jan.
I works on my laptop with v. 1.9.2. even on the different network environment.
As you mentioned, it checked the specific network interface.
Fontunately, it is available on my laptop whenever I load the program.
When I try to install v. 1.9.1 or 1.9.2 on my desktop, it asks MS .net framework v4 on window XP

Kind Regards

Jery

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We no longer guarantee that it will work on Win XP. If you still would like to give it a try you will have to install Net Framework 4(Client),
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