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Temporary Issue with Getting Maestro Software Versions

Tim - W4TMETim - W4TME Administrator, FlexRadio Employee admin
edited August 2018 in Maestro
Due to the DNS (Domain Name Services) changes made last night for the new website, Maestro users may experience an issue when starting your Maestro.  One of the things that Maestro does when it boots up is to query the Maestro software server and download the current version data.  This is what is not happening due to the aforementioned change.  This issue is in the process of fixing itself, but it will take several hours for the changes to propagate through the Internet and for your local DNS servers to flush their caches of the incorrect information.

In the meantime, you should be able to use the currently loaded Maestro software version.

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  • Tim - W4TMETim - W4TME Administrator, FlexRadio Employee admin
    edited August 2018
    If you want to accelerate the propagation, then you can do this.

    Most home LANs get their DNS from their router, which gets its information from the DNS root name servers to find the individual domain name servers.  To speed up the process, just power off the Maestro, reboot your router and that should do it.

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