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Meteohub/Meteobridge / Re: Davis WeatherLink IP
« Last post by wvdkuil on Today at 01:00:40 PM »
Thank you for all your support. May be needing more tomorrow after I get my new IP Logger.
Just a curious question: You are using Windows now, you have an USB logger,  a Meteobridge and you run WeatherLink on the windows PC.
Why do you need a IP-logger?
Wim
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Good clarification Wim.  BTW, doesn't Bellfryboy's clone logger do away with the need for a USB hub in the mix?
Yes, I should have mentioned that,  the recent Bellfroy's seems to be 2.0, no USB hub needed, but I did not test any of them. 
Wim

I got my belfryboy logger in the mail less than 2 weeks ago, so I am assuming it's a new one that shouldn't need a hub, however if that is not my issue, then I really have no idea what's going on.     But I figure it's worth a try to get one.
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Good clarification Wim.  BTW, doesn't Bellfryboy's clone logger do away with the need for a USB hub in the mix?
Yes, I should have mentioned that,  the recent Bellfroy's seems to be 2.0, no USB hub needed, but I did not test any of them. 
Wim
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Okay here's 2 screen shots for you guys to look at.  One shows it's been acti e for over 15 hours (not it's not reporting)  and if you look at messages, those are what is repeating over and over, the same message.

The second is the live data tab, which shows no issues (except the weatherbug backyard, which I decided I did not want to use).

To me, everything looks fine, I have no idea what I am missing here.   It's weird to me that the uptime is over 15 hours, but it won't report for more than a couple of hours, no matter what network it is on.

You NEED to  have a USB hub between the Meteobridge and the Davis VP2.

The Davis USB logger is USB 1.0 
The DIR 505 is USB 2.0

The hub will convert those signals correctly. Without the hub communication will fail in a few hours, it will never be reliable.

Wim

Good clarification Wim.  BTW, doesn't Bellfryboy's clone logger do away with the need for a USB hub in the mix?

I'm going to pick up a usb 2.0 hub today when i get into town, hopefully that will help!  And also I am using a logger from Belfryboy.  I read that a usb hub usually isn't needed when using a belfryboy logger, but it can't hurt to try one.  I hope that fixes my issue.
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Good clarification Wim.  BTW, doesn't Bellfryboy's clone logger do away with the need for a USB hub in the mix?
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Meteohub/Meteobridge / Re: Davis WeatherLink IP
« Last post by captgadget on Today at 12:41:33 PM »
Thank you for all your support. May be needing more tomorrow after I get my new IP Logger.
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Weather Website PHP/AJAX scripting / Re: advforecast2 issue
« Last post by saratogaWX on Today at 12:40:05 PM »
Hi Don,
Yes, it's an NWS issue...
Quote
<!-- advforecast2.php (JSON) - V5.03 - 16-Jul-2017 on PHP 5.6.31-->
<!-- RAW NWS URL: http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?site=mtr&smap=1&textField1=39.038556&textField2=-119.721083&TextType=2 -->
<!-- zone=NVZ003 -->
<!-- corrected NWS API URL='https://api.weather.gov/points/39.0386,-119.7211/forecast' -->
<!-- curl fetching 'https://api.weather.gov/points/39.0386,-119.7211/forecast' -->
<!-- HTTP stats:  RC=503 dest=23.217.44.49 port=443 (from sce=198.71.62.63)
      Times: dns=0.060 conn=0.096 pxfer=0.172 get=0.270 total=0.442 secs -->
<!-- headers returned:
HTTP/1.1 503 Service Unavailable
Server: nginx
Strict-Transport-Security: max-age=31536000; includeSubDomains; preload
Content-Type: application/problem+json
X-Powered-By: PHP/5.6.25
Retry-After: 120
Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *
X-Server-ID: vm-bldr-nids-apiapp115.ncep.noaa.gov
X-Correlation-ID: 47e13ce0-3a3e-4506-8150-a5f964c0794c
X-Request-ID: 47e13ce0-3a3e-4506-8150-a5f964c0794c
Cache-Control: max-age=600
Expires: Sun, 24 Sep 2017 03:38:20 GMT
Date: Sun, 24 Sep 2017 03:28:20 GMT
Connection: close
Vary: Accept
 -->
<!-- Oops.. point forecast unavailable RC=503 - using Zone instead -->
<!-- curl fetching 'https://api.weather.gov/zones/JSON-LD/NVZ003/forecast' -->
<!-- HTTP stats:  RC=200 dest=23.217.44.49 port=443 (from sce=198.71.62.63)
      Times: dns=0.000 conn=0.034 pxfer=0.106 get=0.037 total=0.142 secs -->
<!-- loaded (Zone forecast) https://api.weather.gov/zones/JSON-LD/NVZ003/forecast - 10060 bytes -->
<!-- wrote cache file ./cache/forecast-NVZ003-0-json.txt -->

At least the point request received a 503-Server Error so the script fetched the Zone (successfully) instead and parsed that JSON for data.
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Meteohub/Meteobridge / Re: Davis WeatherLink IP
« Last post by wvdkuil on Today at 12:37:38 PM »
The reason I did what I did was I was using a mac and they are not compatible with the IP Logger so I was doing USB. Now I converted back to Windows and now have the IP logger ordered which will be here tomorrow. That's why I'm asking. So to you the LAN is on the back of the router or modem which I have both. Correct?
Yes, so you should have ONLY ONE local network with both a cabled part (ports on the back of the router/modem) and a wiFi part aired by your router/modem also.  If the network addressing is correct, all IP addresses are in the same range, often 192.168.0.xxx or 192.168.1.xxx
Your devices (computer, MB, tablet, WLIP) can only talk when the first three parts are the same and the last part is different.

Wim
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They also have a wifi router with same name it's very confusing. The extender is called Netgear Nighthawk AC1900 Wi-Fi Range Extender (EX7000) so the (EX700) is how it differentiates.

Here is a video may help setting up


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