Frequently Asked Question

CLASSIC - WHY MY CLASSIC DOES NOT SEND DATA TO MYMIDNITE
Last Updated 3 years ago

1) You changed the MM:0.0.0.0 setting in the Classic thinking this is SECONDARY DNS, it is NOT.
MM: is an IP address that is used to send the data from the Classic when "WEB ENABLED" is set. This is used when a private or BETA MyMidnite server is setup on this IP address. The Classic will IGNORE the IP obtained with DNS for "WWW.MYMIDNITE.COM" and use the MM: Setting if it is not "0.0.0.0". In the Local App this setting is called "DNS OVER RIDE".

2) You don't have a good connection to the Internet.

3) You made changes to the Classic's NETWORK settings in the "NET" menu, saved them but failed to POWER-CYCLE the Classic to get these NEW settings activated.

4) You are using some satellite Internet service such as HughsNet. Customers have report problems with this and MyMidnite due to packet compression technologies. Disabling compression may allow the Classic to send data successfully.

5) Firmware is too old.

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