Your TimeBox is Offline
There can be several reasons for your TimeBox to go offline. Please follow the following steps to bring the unit back online, or to provide us with the information we need to help you further:
1 of 3: Check the Internet Your TimeBox Cannot Reach the Internet
Check the TimeBox Internet Connection
- Make sure you are able to get online using the same Internet connection as your TimeBox. Important: This step must be performed in the same location as your TimeBox.
Connect your TimeBox directly to the Router
- If your TimeBox is connected to a switch, try unplugging the TimeBox, moving it to where your router is and connecting it directly to the router. This will bypass any potential faults on the network and help narrow the problem down.
Check the Network Cable
- Unplug the network cable from the back of your TimeBox and connect it to a laptop or PC to make sure you are able to get online, using the same cable. Please make sure your wifi is off when checking this. One common fault is a bad network cable that loses connection when wiggled or when the port heats up during normal operation. Try replacing this cable.Note: Some laptops (for example macbooks) require an adapter to connect a network cable to them.
2 of 3: Check the Power Your TimeBox is off or not getting power
Make sure the Power LED is On and Not Blinking
- Please check the Power LED on the top or front of your unit. If the power LED is off, please press the power button briefly to power the unit on, do not hold the button for longer than 1 second when powering the unit on.
Try Rebooting your TimeBox
- Open the image on the right to see a short video of the correct process. In short:
- Press the power button briefly (do not hold the button for more than 1 second)
- Wait for the unit to power off (allow 1 minute for this to happen)
- Press the power button again briefly to power back up
3 of 3: Something Else is Wrong We need more information
Connect a TV or Monitor to your TimeBox
- If all of the above failed to bring your TimeBox back online, you will need to connect a monitor or TV to help us diagnose the problem further. Once you connected a TV or monitor, restart your unit and take one or more photos of what it shows during the boot up sequence. The example on the right shows a working TimeBox. If you see a login prompt, your TimeBox is likely healthy. If there is some problem, it will show the relavant error to help us diagnose further.Note: If you do not have a spare monitor/TV, you may need to physically move your TimeBox near an existing TV to plug it in.
Give us Relevant Information to Help Us Assist You
- Please take photos of the following:
- 1. The back of your Router showing manufacturer/model and ports
- 2. The back of your TimeBox
- 3. The network switch (if relevant) showing manufacturer/model and ports
- 4. Overview photos of how everything is connected
- Please give us any other relavant information:
- 1. Anything you think could be impacting the operation of the system
- 2. Are any components making any unusual noises?
- 3. Is there a UPS/Battery backup?
- 4. Is this a recurring problem?
Please send us the above information so we can help you further. Contact details are available in the footer of this page.