WIFI lost after upgrading firmware on Yun

I am a new to Arduino i am using 1.6.9 Arduino IDE on win10 box.

I got a Yun Arduino last week and have been attempting to get the boards WIFI working.

When I tried to logon to the Yun server it was recognized but as linono+mac address.
Tried to connect and connected.(“http://arduino.local” did not work but 192.168.240.1 did work)
got logon screen with boy and robot(linino logo) “doghunter” password.
Configured and restarted.
After restart I got a link and clicked but it did not reconnect.
Attempted this action many times with resetting WiFi at 35 seconds but got no further the link always did not connect to the server.

considered that the firmware needed upgrading after reading on Arduino help sites.
saw there were 2 processes for upgrading.

one prior to x date and one on and after x date.
mine was on the x date
followed process to upgrade Yun Firmware used putty and Ethernet link to Yun to provide internet access and was successful.
process here
http://www.arduino.org/learning/getting-started/getting-started-with-arduino-yun

was hoping to have a new logon screen and successfully get the link working like screen at.

reset the YUN WIFI at 35 seconds and rebooted my PC with win 10 os.

got a new WIFI signal for “Arduino-Yun-B2418…” tried to connect and the Yun but get msg “cant connect to this server.”

looked more in depth in event viewer.

looked at windows event viewer for more detail and got.these 2 warnings

The network adapter with hardware address 9C-B7-0D-2E-C7-A1 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv4 0x00000000).

The network adapter with hardware address 9C-B7-0D-2E-C7-A1 has indicated packet coalescing capability without indicating support for one or more prerequisite receive filter capabilities (IPv6 0x00000000).

also before this a information msg was.

Details about wireless connectivity diagnosis:

Information for connection being diagnosed
Interface GUID: 1ef927d3-5411-4ca2-8d11-4d32c868f449
Interface name: 802.11n Wireless LAN Card
Interface type: Native Wi-Fi
Profile: Discovery connection
SSID: Arduino-Yun-B4218AF00B1D
SSID length: 24
Connection mode: Infra
Security: No
Connect even if network is not broadcasting: No

Connection incident diagnosed
Auto Configuration ID: 38
Connection ID: 2

Connection status summary
Connection started at: 2016-06-05 09:50:57-525
Profile match: Success
Pre-Association: Success
Association: Fail
Security and Authentication: Not started

List of visible access point(s): 7 item(s) total, 7 item(s) displayed
BSSID BSS Type PHY Signal(dB) Chnl/freq SSID

78-A0-51-1E-FD-99 Infra -53 1 WLAN
60-E3-27-A7-3C-E0 Infra -85 1 Justtelco
C0-4A-00-EE-C4-8E Infra -93 1 SpinTel
00-25-68-CC-79-9C Infra g -83 3 pocketwifi-799c
E4-F4-C6-4A-84-C2 Infra -93 11 NETGEAR64
B4-21-8A-F0-0B-1D Infra -65 11 Arduino-Yun-B4218AF00B1D
00-37-B7-9E-1A-94 Infra -95 11 OPTUS_9E1A93

Connection History

Information for Auto Configuration ID 39

List of visible networks: 0 item(s) total, 0 item(s) displayed

List of preferred networks: 0 item(s)

Information for Auto Configuration ID 38

List of visible networks: 5 item(s) total, 5 item(s) displayed
BSS Type PHY Security Signal(RSSI) Compatible SSID

Infra Yes 94 Yes WLAN
Infra Yes 26 Yes Justtelco
Infra Yes 14 Yes SpinTel
Infra g Yes 30 Yes pocketwifi-799c
Infra No 70 Yes Arduino-Yun-B4218AF00B1D

List of preferred networks: 1 item(s)
Profile: WLAN
SSID: WLAN
SSID length: 4
Connection mode: Infra
Security: Yes
Set by group policy: No
Connect even if network is not broadcasting: No
Connectable: Yes

Information for Connection ID 2
Connection started at: 2016-06-05 09:50:57-525
Auto Configuration ID: 38
Profile: Discovery connection
SSID: Arduino-Yun-B4218AF00B1D
SSID length: 24
Connection mode: Infra
Security: No
Pre-Association and Association
Connectivity settings provided by hardware manufacturer (IHV): No
Security settings provided by hardware manufacturer (IHV): No
Profile matches network requirements: Success
Pre-association status: Success
Association status: Fail 0x00038002
Association reason code: 0x00000002

Information for Auto Configuration ID 37

List of visible networks: 6 item(s) total, 6 item(s) displayed
BSS Type PHY Security Signal(RSSI) Compatible SSID

Infra Yes 100 Yes WLAN
Infra Yes 34 Yes Justtelco
Infra g Yes 38 Yes pocketwifi-799c
Infra No 74 Yes Arduino-Yun-B4218AF00B1D
Infra Yes 8 Yes NETGEAR64
Infra Yes 2 Yes OPTUS_9E1A93

List of preferred networks: 1 item(s)
Profile: WLAN
SSID: WLAN
SSID length: 4
Connection mode: Infra
Security: Yes
Set by group policy: No
Connect even if network is not broadcasting: No
Connectable: Yes

Maybe a service needs starting(ipv4 or ipv6) on the Yun that would make the “association” work?
Or drivers need updating in windows 10? or perhaps using the other reset buttons?

not sure which direction to go.

I can get into the yun via YunSerialTerminal. I have uploaded the blink sketch (via com port) and that works also.

Can anyone help please.

Sorry I have links to other Arduino site was not aware that there are 2 sites/groups.

I'm sorry that I don't have any help to offer in your connectivity problems, I've not seen this before. But I can comment on a couple things in your post:

bill888:
("http://arduino.local" did not work but 192.168.240.1 did work)

You appear to be running Windows. For the .local name resolution to work, you need to have a zeroconf utility loaded on your PC. The most common utility is Apple's Bonjour. That utility gets loaded automatically if you install Apple's iTunes or QuickTime software. Or, you can download and install just Bonjour Print Services from Apple.

Also, I'm not familiar with the Linino installation that you had originally installed on your board, but I think the default name is linino.local, not arduino.local. The arduino.org firmware builds have a default SSID that includes the word linino, uses a default password of "doghunter", and I think has a default name of linino.local (not sure on that last part.) The firmware builds from arduino.org have a default SSID that includes the word arduino, not linino, it uses a default password of "arduino", and has a default name of arduino.local. Confusing? You bet!

Attempted this action many times with resetting WiFi at 35 seconds

It's not documented properly, but you must be aware that the WLAN RST button (either short or long presses) does not get recognized until after the Linux system has fully booted. It usually takes about a minute (more or less) for Linux to boot completely. You must wait for Linux to be fully booted, and then you can start the button press reset sequence. This is different than most systems out there which let you press the factory reset button immediately after power on, or while powering on. On the Yun, if you press the WLAN RST button before Linux is fully booted, it will have no effect.