I am no expert on Diva Wifi but I have had several versions running both on standalone and robust grid.
Things to keep in mind....
1.The instructions for setting up Grid are totally different from setting up Standalone
2. As a new Opensim version comes out, after a short while Diva releases a wifi version compatible with that new release.
This means wifi does not behave like regular opensim.
I have also figured that 2 unclearly marked txt files are for 2 different systems,
WIFI.txt is instructions for standalone.
READMEWIFI.txt is instructions for grid.
For Standalone we work straight out of Divs's package and before you do anything you must run opensim.exe.config, and use http://your_domain_name:9000/wifi
and in the WIFI.txt resides this line
There is a separate distribution of Wifi targeted to grids.
Instructions are found elsewhere.
(this distribution is called Wifi for Robust server, compatible with OpenSim 0.7.2 which just includes some dlls to replace opensims defaults)
these instructions found elsewhere is called READMEWIFI.txt and it can be found in the standalone package also which can cause some confusion and suggest because the file is here we have the right package (wrong).
and in READMEWIFI.txt it says
1 - Get your grid up & running.(and bla bla) then
2 - Place this diva wifi package in the machine where you have your Robust server running.
so for grid you dont use diva distro but use a regular grid release, get it running first
, then ad Diva's files (from "Wifi for Robust server")to replace some of the dll's and so on until
7 - Point your Web browser to http://yourdomain:8002/wifi
and take it
My second point means that you cant just version around with Diva, but must stick with the version which the release was aimed at, and wait for Diva to release new version then
To update your world to a newer diva release, simply run the tool
Finally are you sure when you say V0.7.0.2 you dont mean V0.7.2 which is the latest stable WIFI release? There are several versions between 7.02 and 7.2 and 7.1.
I hope this has been some help Sarah
Dont hesitate to ask more questions if you need to, Diva's wifi is an excellent system but in the traditional fashion of open source software the documentation leaves much to be desired, it does make complete sense when you fully understand it, it is not wrong, it is just hard to understand when you first read it all.