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Win10 - Issues with Intel NIC cards and Direct Connect (Link Local) to FLEX-6000

Tim - W4TME
Tim - W4TME Administrator, FlexRadio Employee admin
edited December 2016 in SmartSDR for Windows
There have been reports of issues with FLEX-6000 users who utilize the Link Local or direct connect method to connect to their PCs.  The issue seems to be related to the Intel NIC (network) adapters after upgrading to Win10.

The reported behavior is the FLEX-6000 would not connect after appearing in the "Available Radios " list .  The LEDs on the FLEX-6000 network interface did not have right lights;  instead of orange and flashing yellow, it was orange and red. 

The Resolution -  Go to the Intel site and download the latest Win10 NIC driver for your specific Intel network adapter


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