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[title] Enable Network Module
[* black] For '''Duets with WiFi'''WiFi''' (Duet 2 WiFi, Duet 3 Mini 5+ WiFi; both have internal and external antenna versions):
[* icon_note] TheYour Duet WiFi module haswill either have a blue LED on it, justthe WiFi module, or a green LED next to the Micro SD card holderWiFi module. This should flashflashes once when power is connected to the board, but will only beconnected, and is lit permanently when connected to a WiFi network. DuetsDuet 2 WiFi with an external antenna use a different WiFi module withhas no LED; ifWiFi LED. If you have one of thesea Duet with external antenna, don't forget to plug in the external antenna!
[* black] For '''Duets with WiFi'''WiFi''' (Duet 2 WiFi, Duet 3 Mini 5+ WiFi; both have internal and external antenna versions):
[* icon_note] TheYour Duet WiFi module haswill either have a blue LED on it, justthe WiFi module, or a green LED next to the Micro SD card holderWiFi module. This should flashflashes once when power is connected to the board, but will only beconnected, and is lit permanently when connected to a WiFi network. DuetsDuet 2 WiFi with an external antenna use a different WiFi module withhas no LED; ifWiFi LED. If you have one of thesea Duet with external antenna, don't forget to plug in the external antenna!
[* black] If you didn't turn off WiFi in Step 7, you may find you are getting a lot of messages like ''"WiFi reported error: no known networks found"''. The default configuration turns on the WiFi, but it is not finding a network to connect to. To stop the WiFi, send '''M552 S-1'''.
[* black] Send '''M552''' to check the status. It should say ''"WiFi module is disabled"''. Now put it into idle mode by sending command '''M552 S0'''. Send '''M552''' again to check it's in idle, then proceed to the next step, [guide|7|Step 9|stepid=10].
[* black] For '''Duets with Ethernet''':
[* black] Send '''M552''' to check the network module status.
[* black] It may report that the module is disabled or enabled. Put it into disabled mode by sending command '''M552 S0'''. Send '''M552''' again to check it is disabled, then [guide|7|proceed to Step 10|stepid=20].