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EyeFi Mobi Pro & TP-Link M7310

Postby nikond750 » Fri Aug 17, 2018 9:49 pm

Hey,

I used my eyefi Mobi pro cards in the network with my Iphone and it worked.

When I try to use my Mifi as a hotspot no pictures arrive in shuttersnitch. The card is connected to the mifi (i can see the card in the list of connected devices) and my mobile also. But no pictures where transferred.

I used the M7350 mifi before and there it works.
U have a idea?

best
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Re: EyeFi Mobi Pro & TP-Link M7310

Postby TheBrew » Fri Aug 17, 2018 10:01 pm

Double-check if your camera has an Eye-Fi setting and if it’s turned off for some reason.

Take a photo and wait, say, 5 minutes - making sure the camera doesn’t enter sleep mode (half-press the shutter button from time to time to keep it alive). The first time a card is on a new network, it can take it a long time to complete its search for receivers.

Maybe there’s a firewall setting on the new router that could be blocking the probing?

It’s helpful to turn on the Traffic Inspector (at the bottom of the ShutterSnitch settings) to get a behind the scenes look - if there’s a problem when the card tries to connect, you’ll see it there.
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Re: EyeFi Mobi Pro & TP-Link M7310

Postby nikond750 » Wed Sep 26, 2018 2:16 pm

The problem is still not solved :(

When I try it with the Iphone it is no problem.

Maybe the TrafficInspector helps.

ShutterSnitch v4.3.3 (33239) User since version 29019
Device: iPhone8,4, 64-bit, iOS 11.4.1
In-App Purchases: Latest subscription expiration/renewal date: 03.10.2018, 15:08:11
Free memory: 327.483.392
Free disk space: 2.745.528.320
Time: 26.09.2018, 15:09:38

15:09:38.776 Listening…
15:09:38.794 IP: XXX on network 'markus _mifi'
FTP port: 26000
WebDAV port: 8080
Eye-Fi: Enabled (2 cards + non-pro-mobi)
PTP/IP: Disabled
Transcend Wi-Fi card transfers: Disabled
Toshiba FlashAir transfers: Disabled
ezShare transfers: Disabled
PQI Air / Air Direct transfers: Disabled
GoPro transfers: Disabled
Panasonic LUMIX LINK transfers: Disabled
Sony DLNA transfers: Disabled
Canon UPnP transfers: Disabled
Fujifilm transfers: Disabled
15:09:38.808 Started WebDAV server on port 80804d5b214745fa500dd0f7607af47552d0

Any Ideas?

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Re: EyeFi Mobi Pro & TP-Link M7310

Postby nikond750 » Wed Sep 26, 2018 2:23 pm

My Iphone with Shuttershnitch and The EyeFi Card are both connected with the Mifi
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Re: EyeFi Mobi Pro & TP-Link M7310

Postby TheBrew » Wed Sep 26, 2018 2:59 pm

If that is the log-output from a session where you've taken a photo and waited ~5 minutes, then the card isn't discovering/contacting ShutterSnitch.

You could try formatting the card in the camera and then take a couple of photos to see if that kicks it into a re-scan of receivers.
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Re: EyeFi Mobi Pro & TP-Link M7310

Postby nikond750 » Wed Sep 26, 2018 3:12 pm

Yep, these are the connected devices on my mifi. The Iphone and the eye card when I tried to use shuttersnitch. I formatted the card several times and waited for ages. The cam did not go into standby modus and everything should be wonderful :D. But it is not working.
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Re: EyeFi Mobi Pro & TP-Link M7310

Postby TheBrew » Wed Sep 26, 2018 3:23 pm

OK, then the card is not reaching out / able to reach out.

Can the Mifi be configured in any way? Could be a security setting only allowing communication on the most commonly used ports for example. Eye-Fi cards use port 59278.
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Re: EyeFi Mobi Pro & TP-Link M7310

Postby nikond750 » Wed Sep 26, 2018 4:36 pm

Ok, I can setup VirtualServers. But I have no idea. Maybe you can help me out. I also can do Port Triggering. Thanks.
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Re: EyeFi Mobi Pro & TP-Link M7310

Postby TheBrew » Wed Sep 26, 2018 5:14 pm

Sorry, that's not relevant. That's for redirecting incoming traffic to different ports (from a WAN connection to a local device I bet).

The problem you're experiencing can be a couple of things:

* The card is being prevented from sending. Usually a camera setting to turn off Eye-Fi transfers. But you say it works when connecting your iPhone directly to the camera, so that's not it.
* The Mifi is blocking communication between devices on its internal network. Try hunting for a security setting that'll keep devices blissfully unaware of each other. But my guess is, it's not there. Would be a weird default setting.
* The card isn't scanning the network for receivers and needs a kick in the butt. How, I don't know. I've heard a format should do it, but I've never had to do it myself.

In my experience over the years, it's usually the last one - and after hours or days of yelling, begging, crying, and trying a thousands things - suddenly the card starts scanning the network and everything clicks. Each and every time we end up having no idea *what* did it, "it just began working" after trying a thousand things. :/

Eye-fi cards are great when they work - and an absolute pain when they don't. They should have a little error-display ;).
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Re: EyeFi Mobi Pro & TP-Link M7310

Postby TheBrew » Wed Sep 26, 2018 5:39 pm

Also, I noticed you XXX'ed out the IP address in the log you pasted - I assume it was something like 192.168.0.x, right? (That's a local IP range, nothing to worry about privacy-wise. :)

I wonder what a Fing network scan would show you when you're connected to the Mifi network - does it find the Eye-Fi card?
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