SmartLink Login with Maestro still does not work

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Hi,

after updating radio and SSDR-W to 2.1.33, SmartLink works fine again, thank you.

But I cannot log into my SmartLink account with Maestro. I downloaded and installed V2.1.33 on Maestro and it shows this latest version under the version tab. Clicking Log In and entering my credentials brings me just back to the "Select Radio" pane and I am still not logged in. Radio is not shown as well. If I enter a wrong password, it will not accept the login and I have to try again. So I guess, the verification of the credentials works fine, but that's it.

I restarted the Maestro already with no effect, also choosing 2.1.33 manually by selecting and clicking run will not have any effect as well.

What can I do else?

73 Henning
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Maestro remote over WAN cannot see the 6600M as it could before.

Maestro and radio are software updated.  Radio and Maestro re-logged-in to SmartLink with the same old credentials.  Radio says it is good to go with SmartLink.  But, NO JOY!
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I took my Maestro ( I operate strictly remote ) to the nearest (read as ANY) Flex radio with 2.1.33 loaded on it.  

Please see my new topic today:  Current Fix For Maestro That Will Not Work With SmartLink for more details.
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Hi,

I do not know, if here was a Flex radio available in order to complete the SmartLink update, operating here 100% remote...

But for controlling my station I am using a Raspberry with the Piface interface (to switch on and off the Flex or  keying the rig in case I need reset SmartLink remotely and so on). And I installed Softether VPN server on it to be able to do software updates remotely.

So I used a second Raspberry to bridge the Maestro into my station network. Maestro could see the radio and was able to connect. Thereafter I tested the SmartLink login, and is now working fine again, without any network bridge. I could put the second Raspberry back cupboard... 

I guess it is still a good idea to keep a backup connection to the remote station, just in case.

73 Henning