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    Sticky: I haven't yet. Sounds like the...

    I haven't yet. Sounds like the ForwardedMessageSink component eliminates the ICMP rejects.
    I'll play around with it this week.
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    Sticky: For those of you using Visual BACnet, anyone...

    For those of you using Visual BACnet, anyone tried using the built-in wiretap functionality from the JACE?
    It can forward packets from the JACE's mstp port directly to Wireshark.
    It's in the...
  3. Ran into this one 4 years ago:...

    Ran into this one 4 years ago:
    https://www.niagara-community.com/s/question/0D5D000005DPI7FKAX/lighting-point-fail
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    Instead of having two BacnetNetwork entries under...

    Instead of having two BacnetNetwork entries under drivers, look in the bacnet palette under "NetworkPorts"
    Drag an additional IpPort to slot:/Drivers/BacnetNetwork/bacnetComm/network
    The existing...
  5. You can get this done with a NumericTotalizerExt...

    You can get this done with a NumericTotalizerExt from the Control Palette.
    You can refine it further with a NumericDelta and NumericHistoryAnalysis from VykonPro (energy and history folders from...
  6. Thread: CSI3 no longer?

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    CSI3 is now Kodaro: https://www.kodaro.com/

    CSI3 is now Kodaro:
    https://www.kodaro.com/
  7. Echelon was bought by Adesto... scratch that,...

    Echelon was bought by Adesto... scratch that, Dialog Semiconductor bought Adesto. Who's next?

    https://www.dialog-semiconductor.com/products/systems-and-software/u10-usb-network-interface
    ...
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    This site and Niagara-community is where you'll...

    This site and Niagara-community is where you'll see the most action. I've been at it for 15 years daily and I don't know everything there is to know.
    RTFM, browse the forums, and work with it...
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    QueueFullException ...

    QueueFullException

    https://www.niagara-community.com/s/article/BACnet-tuning-suggestions
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    Boolean logic blocks output 255 for a null value....

    Boolean logic blocks output 255 for a null value. Over the years I've seen some crazy stuff with spyders, don't miss them one bit.
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    From HW's Buildings Forum:

    From HW's Buildings Forum:
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    Once the module is signed, it is validated by the...

    Once the module is signed, it is validated by the certificate chain.
    If you used a self-signed certificate, then you have to add that root certificate (without the private key) to the User Trust...
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    It's not a rumor. AxCommunity authors already...

    It's not a rumor. AxCommunity authors already stated they won't be providing a signed module.
    https://sourceforge.net/p/niagaraaxcommun/discussion/898552/thread/cffe68d06f/

    However, in 4.9...
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    You can accomplish this with the batch editor, no...

    You can accomplish this with the batch editor, no need to write a custom robot. Youtube probably has videos on this.
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    Surprised I haven't heard it mentioned yet, but...

    Surprised I haven't heard it mentioned yet, but you can capture directly from the JACE to Wireshark, without fudging with usb serial adapters...
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    AFAIK you won't know the MAC until you power it...

    AFAIK you won't know the MAC until you power it up and connect to the it. It's not printed anywhere.
    There are a few places you can get the MAC addresses from: within the station, Qnx diagnostic...
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    Yes you can. You can have multiple ipPorts using...

    Yes you can. You can have multiple ipPorts using different UDP ports for the BACnet traffic, all under 1 physical network adapter.
    wrap your head around this thread for a bit:...
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    oh boy. how many BACnet/IP to ms/tp routers...

    oh boy. how many BACnet/IP to ms/tp routers picking up those 147 devices? If after slowing your polling rates you're still unsatisfied with the performance, you can split up teh routers into their...
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    Look for the status demux in the kitcontrol/util...

    Look for the status demux in the kitcontrol/util palette.

    Sent from my moto x4 using Tapatalk
  20. yeah, not the best e-commerce set up. Try iSMA...

    yeah, not the best e-commerce set up. Try iSMA as a keyword:
    https://shop.controlco.com/search?keywords=iSMA
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    Spyders are not JACEs, you can't run a program...

    Spyders are not JACEs, you can't run a program object inside of a spyder. You can only use components from the spyder tool palette.

    What exactly are you trying to achieve? The code you posted is...
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    Must be trying to run a backup, if it was a JACE...

    Must be trying to run a backup, if it was a JACE or super you could just copy the module over.

    Sent from my moto x4 using Tapatalk
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    Csicubed was an offshoot of Controlco...

    Csicubed was an offshoot of Controlco (distributor), rebranded as kodaro.
    Try their community forum: community.kodaro.com

    Sent from my moto x4 using Tapatalk
  24. I've heard good things about iSMA from a...

    I've heard good things about iSMA from a distributor in Canada:
    https://globalcontrol5.com/en/products/moduly-io-rs/
  25. So, just plain dumb I/O?...

    So, just plain dumb I/O?
    https://www.functionaldevices.com/products/search/?keywords=BACnet

    Here's an old thread, wondering how much of that still holds today:...
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    My first week working in controls was back in...

    My first week working in controls was back in 2005 when I still hadn't learned to spell PID let alone understand anything about mechanical systems. I used a Knoppix Linux live CD to blank out a...
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    Found two interesting network tap options if you...

    Found two interesting network tap options if you only need this for captures.
    Neither is a 5-port switch, but yes to being powered by USB-C. Also both are a bit cheaper than a $99 switch or that...
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    Fair, not for a simple wire capture. I use it:...

    Fair, not for a simple wire capture.
    I use it: https://www.speedtest.net/result/9768333687
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    I compared it to the gigabit model, apples to...

    I compared it to the gigabit model, apples to apples.

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    That's not the issue, this switch can have a...

    That's not the issue, this switch can have a static IP address.
    The issue is the management is external to the switch, there's no web UI on this device. I can't open up a browser and type its IP...
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    I think out of the box this would work as a dumb...

    I think out of the box this would work as a dumb switch. It grabs an IP address from a DHCP server on the network in order for you to manage it.
    Some of the complaints I heard was that if you...
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    Quick update since my USW-Flex-Mini arrived...

    Quick update since my USW-Flex-Mini arrived today:
    Max power consumption on this thing is 2.5watts
    It's tiny:
    817301

    Some of the features it lacks compared to other UI switches:
    -Has a...
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    I agree it may be overkill in terms of features...

    I agree it may be overkill in terms of features and complexity if you're not already familiar with the Unifi product line.
    For $29 though, that's hardly overkill. I was trying to satisfy his USB...
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    That's because Unifi is a Software-Defined...

    That's because Unifi is a Software-Defined Networking (SDN) platform. Everything they make can be managed.
    Its an end-to-end system of network devices across different locations that can all...
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    Did the "slow cycle time" come down a bit? I...

    Did the "slow cycle time" come down a bit? I still see that even though you're expecting to poll all points at a 20 second interval, it's taking 46.9 seconds.

    point count x ave poll time = time...
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    Actually, looking closely at the specs, the USB-C...

    Actually, looking closely at the specs, the USB-C port is meant to be used with the AC adapter they provide when you buy the single pack switch. It requires 1amp.
    Looking over USB 3.1 Gen 1 and...
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    Also, see this thread:...

    Also, see this thread:
    https://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?1865661-Wiresharking-BACnet-Network

    The switches mentioned there aren't USB powered, but otherwise fit the "moderately durable"...
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    https://store.ui.com/collections/unifi-network-rou...

    https://store.ui.com/collections/unifi-network-routing-switching/products/usw-flex-mini

    Are you good with USB-C?
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    Ha, do I get to pick the beer at least? I'm game....

    Ha, do I get to pick the beer at least? I'm game.

    Sent from my moto x4 using Tapatalk
  40. Thread: N4 in Docker

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    Yeah, Honeywell Webs channel doesn't even provide...

    Yeah, Honeywell Webs channel doesn't even provide a link to the Linux installer. Same with Distech - not listed under the EC-Net Platform downloads.
    This is all "nice to have" for those who develop...
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    Funny, I probably haven't been sailing since I...

    Funny, I probably haven't been sailing since I took this picture. One of my former coworkers used to be part of a sailboat club where you could take out their little sailboats for a spin in the bay....
  42. Thread: N4 in Docker

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    I found this useful:...

    I found this useful:
    https://blog.hipolabs.com/understanding-docker-without-losing-your-shit-cf2b30307c63

    For my use case, I have a solar inverter that talks MODBUS/IP. Either I need to mount a...
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    Read up on tuning policies in docDriversN4.pdf...

    Read up on tuning policies in docDriversN4.pdf
    maxWriteTime (Specifies the maximum wait time before rewriting the value, in case nothing else has triggered a write)
  44. Thread: Noisy JACE 8000s

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    I wouldn't think the brand would have anything to...

    I wouldn't think the brand would have anything to do with it. A JACE has no moving parts... different brands just have a different cover with their own rebadged label.



    Sent from my moto x4...
  45. Thread: N4 in Docker

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    I found that link a while back. I'm not a Linux...

    I found that link a while back. I'm not a Linux guru but I have played with docker and portainer on my Synology box and it's great. I run both pi-hole and the "controller" for my Ubiquiti Network...
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    At my last place of employment we always took...

    At my last place of employment we always took full disk image backups of all front ends. At a minimum at project completion, regularly at sites that had service agreement.
    From Norton Ghost 15 years...
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    Yup!

    Yup!
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    I see a lot of stations with default 5 seconds...

    I see a lot of stations with default 5 seconds "normal" polling rates for everything, it's par for the course out there.
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    100% busy time is not necessarily a bad thing, it...

    100% busy time is not necessarily a bad thing, it could just mean that the driver is polling as fast as it can for the given number of points.
    source:...
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    Also note that the new Spyder 5 model has...

    Also note that the new Spyder 5 model has different recommendations:
    Maximum number of BACnet MS/TP devices per BACnet MS/TP channel (interface) of the plant controller (WEB-8000 and Ciper model 50)...
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