Here is the reply I received today from Resmed. Apparently they think that I should have to unplug and plug-in my machine each day. For me, that means I also have to move it to a different location. What a croc!
We’re sorry to hear that you’re having difficulty accessing your therapy data on myAir.
The modem unfortunately picks up the closest cell tower typically and can not be changed, however you may have to unplug your AirSense 10 or AirSense 11 device from power, wait 10 seconds, then plug it back in (a process known as power-cycling). Data should upload to myAir within a few minutes but can take up to 24 hours, depending on local network speeds.
If your data is still not accessible 24 hours after performing the steps above, please contact your medical equipment provider.
If your machine is 6 years old it probably has an older 3G CDMA type cell modem. 3G networks are being shutdown to make way for 5G. 3G in your service area may no longer be available. You may have to contact Resmed to see what your options are. Good luck, I am still waiting for a reply after 3 days.
I have just joined the forum. I have been on CPAP for over 7 years. I used to use a Resmed Airsense 10 machine. I got a new Resmed Airsense 11 in September of 2021. I had no problems with my machine transmitting data until March 27th. I no longer have any bars on my display, indicating no cell service. I usually have only 2 bars, but that has not been a problem with data transmission. My machine is in the exact same spot it has always been (the same spot where my previous machine was located).
If I power cycle my machine it will sometimes transmit data (I get 1 bar for a short period of time). I have also moved my machine to my kitchen, where I was able to get 2 bars for a short period of time. I was able to check the about and it indicated that my provider was T-mobile. It also showed that the modem is a 4G. I use Verizon for my cell phone service.
I contacted my supplier. After checking with Resmed they said that Resmed indicated that this was recent known issue with several cell carriers. Again, this is a 4G device that should not have anything to do with 3G CDMA cell issues.
Are there others with newer machines with 4G that are having this problem that just started at the end of March 2022. Or, is my medical equipment provider just feeding me a line?