In some rare instances, we are finding that we have to reboot (via reset / power cycle) some sparks (cloud disabled) that have a really weak connection that they’ve lost as sometimes they will come back online / solid green but not be addressable via the router – it might be something glitchy on the router side, we’re experimenting with ubiquiti bullets and mikrotik devices which have somewhat lenient connection settings (long distance, ack times etc) and there’s alot of unplugging / pluggin in so we are testing some strange conditions. At any rate, power cycling is helping, and we are thinking to try resetting the wlan periodically in these rare instances to see if this helps w/ stability rather then physical restarts.
Do you think it’s advisable to call the Start_Smart_Config? or would calls to wlan_stop() and wlan_start(0) do the trick? I’m looking for the lowest overhead way to give the cc3000 a kick in pants / reboot.