If my Flex-6500 and Maestro are both connected via ethernet cables to my router and this is in turn connected to the WWW then the system works correctly for 60 minutes after which the Maestro fails to produce audio. The Pan adapter and waterfall operate normally and audio is available from the Flex-6500 outputs. If the Maestro is used to reset the radio then the system operates again with audio from the Maestro.
If the Flex-6500 and Maestro are both connected via ethernet cables to my router and this is in turn is NOT connected to the WWW, or if the Flex-6500 and Maestro are connected via a single ethernet cable then the system operates correctly and doesn’t stop after 60 minutes.
From this I deduce that when the Flex-6500 powers up if internet connection is available the it contacts FlexRadio to ensure that I have paid for firmware version 2 (which I have) and to see if a later software package is available. It is at this point I suspect a 60 minute timer is started which was used during software development and now becomes activated and causes my problem.
Am I correct in this assumption? Is this a known
fault sorry feature? Can the problem be remedied? Your comments would be appreciated.