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The instructions are a little unclear and are written more for a typical router (not Apple). I had to click on PSK security even though Apple doesn't have that option on the Airport Router. Also, I got an updated manual with my Stoker, even though the wifi firmware wasn't available yet. However, there is a tutorial on the Rocks website https://www.rocksbarbque.com/PDF/Stoker_inet.pdf that explains the wifi setup differently. I had to use both the manual and the link to get it to work. But now it works, and so does Stokerlog and Stokemaster app on my iPhone and iPad.
OK. It definitely has to do with the WPA2 Personal Security.When I enabled the guest network on my Time Capsule with no security, the Stoker connected fine and I could access the Stoker page with the system info via my laptop. WPA2 Personal (which is what most folks use) uses TKIP or AES encryption with a pre-shared key. The PSK setting doesn't work with WPA2 Personal in my case. Any of you that have WPA2 Personal security working with the Stoker please share in detail your settings with us.My solution for now is to enable the guest network before using the Stoker and to turn it off afterwards.
@TmackieAre you using a AirPort Extreme router?
@tmackieI understand this defeats the purpose, but I'll still be able to use a wireless bridge for interim, correct? This could help smooth it over until they get the bug fixed.
cazzy - I am using a Time Capsule, which according to Apple Support is the same router as an Airport Extreme