Recent Posts

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10
1
Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Fall/Winter 2022
« Last post by ValentineWeather on Today at 07:59:37 PM »
This is looking like a cold winter for us with multiple arctic air intrusions since mid-November already. We've had 3 negatives already -9 the lowest. I had a conversation with our area forecast office they are being to think the same. Last winter was one of our warmest and this year starting well below normal I mean average. The November mean was  -6.
2
Chit-Chat / Re: Gas Prices
« Last post by stevebrtx on Today at 07:50:29 PM »
This would be the same stellar company that put a tanker on the rocks in Alaska? - yeah, I remember, that's when I cut up my Exxon CC.

Let me propose a little learning experience for any of you out there that buy into this claptrap. The next time you're near a book store, a big one (if there are any left?) go in and peruse the Positive Self Help section and see the vast selection of books on how to be positive etc. Then go to the Negative Self Help section of the store - - - and if you can't find it, there's a reason, there isn't one. Human nature exudes negativity, "I can't do it, I won't do it, we're going to die" etc, etc, etc. and that's why no one writes books on how to be negative and fail! You're buying into the oldest scam in history, it's easy to go negative, it takes character, strength and vision to go positive.
3
Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Fall/Winter 2022
« Last post by DRoberts on Today at 07:39:56 PM »
One of those 49 swing days from negative -5 to 44.
 [ You are not allowed to view attachments ]

Just a 40 degree range here in northern KS. Was rather surprised to see +2 this morning at 6:30 here. We haven't seen a negative temperature yet this season.

Stay warm!
4
Chit-Chat / Re: Gas Prices
« Last post by Wxhound on Today at 07:21:42 PM »
Hey  It's from Exxon Mobil.  If you want to argue with them, I'll bring the popcorn!!!

Here's their chart from 2016.  The url is this: https://peakoilbarrel.com/opec-update-november-17-2022/#comment-749377 I could not find the original link and it appears that Exxon has deleted the older data.  You can see the "peak" that everyone was concerned about in 2005 as a Dark Green hump.
It shows the 2005 peak in **Conventional** oil production with an area in light green showing resource depletion.  I think this is the one you are referring to.  Again it is from Exxon Mobil.  Their latest shows a shift to 2032 for a peak in world oil production and a peak around 2019 with a resurgence of a "final peak" around 2032.
5
Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Fall/Winter 2022
« Last post by ValentineWeather on Today at 06:53:03 PM »
One of those 49 swing days from negative -5 to 44.
 [ You are not allowed to view attachments ]
6
Chit-Chat / Re: Gas Prices
« Last post by stevebrtx on Today at 06:23:19 PM »
Uh huh??? Seems I've been hearing this BS since 1970's. We're out of food, oil, water, air, everything but BS! Check back with me in 10 or 20 years and let me know how it's going with your battery powered toys!
7
Chit-Chat / Re: Gas Prices
« Last post by Wxhound on Today at 05:57:49 PM »
The real problem is that we are nearing the peak of world oil production if we have not already past it. 
I refer to this graph from Exxon Mobil (4th graph down):
https://corporate.exxonmobil.com/energy-and-innovation/outlook-for-energy/energy-supply
anything below the Tight Oil top line is used for transportation fuel.  There was a peak in 2019 and the next one is lower and around 2032.
How this will play out is anybody's guess but moving away from the uses of crude oil would be helpful.

8
Any news? I'm having the same problem.. my GW1100A just randomly stops responding calling it from the web interface, even if it's still connected to the wifi network. Sometimes Cumulus MX still works, even with the web interface not responding,  but not trasmitting to Ecowitt.net. Sometimes even Cumulus MX lose connection to the gateway. A router reboot solves the problem, until the next hang..

Static IP and mac binding on the router, only 2.4ghz network, with and without usb cable extension, tried multiple power adaptors. Nothing, it will happen again

Please take a look at this thread of mine which shows I still have issues with my GW1100 which are similar to yours.

Stuart
9
Well now some feedback. I am fairly certain there is an issue with the GW1100.

To start with my GW1000 has now been working with CMX for over 36 hours with no disconnections whatsoever where with the GW1100 it would happen at least once per day and often more maybe 4 or 5 times in a 24 hour period. So the GW1000 is certainly better than the GW1100 in that respect.

Now yesterday I happened to notice the GW1100 wi-fi light was flashing slowly meaning it had stopped uploading to the cloud (Ecowitt) so I checked Weather Display and it was still getting data in the normal way from the GW1100. I could see that my custom server output to my website stopped after 11:53 on 2nd December with a strange date of 2022-05-11 and time of 17:00 very strange. I could ping it on the LAN no problem. I also have a small PHP script which opens a socket to gather data from the GW1100 and it was getting an error saying the recvfrom failed, so socket created and connected but no data received. I also tried the HTTP interface on the LAN but got connection reset by peer! A power off/on reset and everything started working again as it should

During the time the GW1100 was failing to send to Ecowitt the GW1000 was sending its data exactly as it should with no gaps and they are connected to the same wi-fi!

All this indicates to me that the GW1100 has an issue within its firmware which causes these issues. It is NOT a wi-fi issue as it is still connected but failing to work correctly with anything which is not already connected like Weather Display.

I must also point out that these two gateways are the only 2.4ghz devices I have, everything else is set up for 5ghz.

Now all I need is to get Ecowitt to understand this scenario and see what they come up with.

Stuart
10
That is good to hear. One of the differences between your Guest network and your main, depending on how much stuff you have on your main, is just the shear volume of broadcast packets that can occur on a main. Normally, in the past , there have been reported issues with using a guest network Lan.

I am very glad this has worked for you.


Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10
anything