Anybody else having this issue?
73 Chris AK4SK
The Ethernet connection should be able to drop out completely off and on and not cause a reboot or crash. Mine has crashed a few times using 1.9.13 doing the exact same thing as yours Moose. It doesn't go back to the previous location because I believe like regular Windows, it wasn't able to save this information prior to crashing. Yesterday it ran all day flawlessly, go figure.
The only device intermediate of the two was a gigabit switch. Dudley advised that I replace it with a 100Mb switch. His explanation was that the 6300, when connected to the gigabit unit, auto detects the faster device and can produce so much data that, on occasion, it can overwhelm the switch creating a log jam and therefore latency and disconnect from the Maestro.
This advice seems counter intuitive to me but I followed his suggestion last week and put in a D-Link DES-1105 100Mb IP switch. Only the Maestro, 6300 and one network cable connect to this switch. The rest of my gigabit network remains as it was. So far it's six days later and I've had 100% up time with 24/7 power on.
Dudley also had some suggestions for gigabit switch models that would do better with the 6300 than mine did but I've lost track of the models as I had this slower unit on the shelf.
Maybe the ALE software constantly changing the frequency is keeping the radio occupied and keeping it from crashing? So maybe the firmware is crashing due to inactivity from the client or something like that?
73 Chris AK4SK