I am having problems trying to connect to my 6600 via Smartlink using a Win 10 notebook and Wi-Fi connections that are either Public or the Hot Spot on my Android phone. On the Network Settings page, I pass the Smartlink Test and get a green light.
When I open SSDR 3.1.8 on the notebook, all three windows (SDR, DAX, CAT) come up showing no radios available and requiring me to Log In. Once I log in, my 6600 shows as available in all three windows. I select it and the SSDR window appears and is connected- all normal. But after about a minute, the connection seems to drop and the program closes. When I re-open SSDR again, I have to sign in all over again. Then the same sequence above re-occurs. If I try connecting using the Low Bandwidth Connection option, the program opens but is not connected (no audio, no activity in spectrum).
Anyone had similar issues or have some ideas on how to remedy this problem? Does this appear to a network bandwidth issue? Are there some adjustments I can make so the Smartlink connection will work? It seems I have read about others using their phone Hot Spot as way via Smartlink, so thinking this should work for me.