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AcuRite Weather Stations / Re: Access Connection Issues
« Last post by DoctorKnow on Today at 09:34:14 AM »
Check the Wunderground topic. There are technicians from Wunderground who will help you there.

http://www.wxforum.net/index.php?topic=33651.0
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As of around 11 pm EST yesterday the GOES16 images stopped updating.

You can see the current status of those images in the testing version of the GOES16 script on my test site.

(This version may not correctly display the images once the GOES16 site resumes creating them because until they do so I can't finish debugging the test script.)
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AcuRite Weather Stations / Re: Access Connection Issues
« Last post by Glenn on Today at 07:56:50 AM »
Another gap early in the AM for about an hour and a half. Not sure why it's fine most of the time, then has these sudden drops and reconnects.
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Not with a WS-2902, but with a WS-1400-IP, which also uses an ObserverIP. So commonality with what you are asking is OIP -> MeteoBridge -> Various services. I have MB handling CWOP, WU, and a host of other services, including uploading templated data to my own hosted servers for using MeteoTemplate and other web site functions. Works great.
Same here with a WS1200, but did not do the MySQL part.

Not thinking, I enabled sending data to WU from both the MB and OIP, but noticed it made for an irregular graph. I  turned sending to WU from the MB off.
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Ok, I reinstalled everything. Now it is ok
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I tried multiple times, this works for sure.
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OK, that sounds like a neat workaround. No obvious reason why it shouldn't work for WLfW, but obviously needs testing to be sure
OK, this weekend
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and hope that it's also robust to closing/reopening WL,
done, multiple times
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rebooting PC, the attempted hourly uploads of archive data etc.
done but on the Mac.
And to inspect the uploaded data I have to request a new DID as the old one is not free anymore.
And I do not want to "block" the IP-logger connected to the MB

Wim
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I tried multiple times, this works for sure.
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OK, that sounds like a neat workaround. No obvious reason why it shouldn't work for WLfW, but obviously needs testing to be sure and hope that it's also robust to closing/reopening WL, rebooting PC, the attempted hourly uploads of archive data etc.
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ah, so you are tricking weatherlink software then
and that works?
It worked both ways at my test site, but that is Mac=>VM Fusion => Windows7 => WLfW
To much "hardware" is replaced by "software" compared to a windowsPC with WLfW.
I got a Windows10 PC for loan this weekend, so I can test it without the Mac/Fusion..

But in all cases the "Setup:Network Upload (on if checked)" should be checked and the connection to internet should be functional.  Tested with at least 1 upload to a website.

Wim
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ah, so you are tricking weatherlink software then
and that works?
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. . . shortened . . .
So, as I see it now, the Setup:WeatherLink Network menu item is greyed out, as is Setup:Network Upload (on if checked).
It will NOT work if you have NO mark at the bottom "Setup" setting "Network upload on . . "
It needs to be checked as without a valid network connection to the internet, uploads to 'whatever' are impossible.

I am not sure, if that is your problem.

But I tried another way. Leave the logger connected  to the MB
In WLfW just use Serial for a few minutes (although there is nothing connected by serial):
"Setup"  =>  "communications port" => Serial => OK
"Setup" =>  "Weatherlink network" => fill in your DID and key and save the settings
then
"Setup"  =>  "communications port" => "TCP/IP" =>  "Remote IP address"  and the IP and port number should be still there

I tried multiple times, this works for sure.
But my WLfW has multiple uploads to do, so "Setup:Network Upload (on if checked)" is always checked.
I will get a brand new DeviceID and KEY this weekend, install another WLfW  and will test it step by step making screenshots.
The problem is that i have only one console/logger.

Wim
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