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FlashAir ver W-03 Windows 10 WebDAV Mapped Drive Setup

by fkinell

After many hours of reading and trawling through forums and Development groups - I have finally managed to get my Flashair W-03 setup & configured as I wanted. A network accessible drive in Windows Explorer.

I can now leave the card in the 3D printer (XYZ Davinci Jnr 1) and see the card in explorer from my PC via wifi. I can copy and delete files from the card, and create new directories and drag and drop etc.

Was it much hassle swapping SD cards, finding the SD card adaptor, trying to remember which card had what STL on it etc ... Well Yeah Actually!

Also I has an issue with the card slot in my XYZ Jnr too see: http://www.thingiverse.com/groups/xyz-da-vinci-junior/topic:10788

So to save peeps an awful lot of effort I have copied my CONFIG file below.
This is a hidden file under the SD_WLAN directory of the card.

Change WIFI entries to suit your router setup:- APPSSID & APPNETWORKKEY as indicated below

[Vendor]

UPLOAD=2
UPDIR=/
CIPATH=/DCIM/100__TSB/FA000001.JPG
APPMODE=5
APPSSID=Your_WIFI_SSID _Here
APPNETWORKKEY=Your_WIFI_Password _Here
APPAUTOTIME=0
APPNAME=3Dprinter
VERSION=FA9CAW3AW3.00.01
CID=02544d535731364740d1d4f079010a01
PRODUCT=FlashAir
VENDOR=TOSHIBA
MASTERCODE=I_USED_MAC_OF_SDCARD
LOCK=1
APPINFO=0000000000000000
WEBDAV=2
FTP=1
TIMEZONE=0

I initially used the awful software to set up the card, then altered the CONFIG as above.
No Idea if I needed to setup this way, sure I could have just changed the CONFIG right from the start.

From an Explorer window type in: (note a \ is equal to a double \ i.e. backslash backslash)
\the ip of the card as allocated by your router i.e \192.168.1.X

or

Open a DOS window (press windows key + R and type cmd.exe)
Type:-
Ping 3DPrinter
This should return the IP of the card if using my config above.
From an Explorer window type in:
\the ip of the card as pinged above i.e \192.168.1.X

You should now be able to map a drive to this location (https://goo.gl/1GQCB1)

There are other methods to access the card also from a browser window, using java scripts etc.

Hopefully this will help someone to setup the FlashAir card as I have done - and I love it.

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