• cwangv

    @nathanrona
    do a search on upgrade or re-install or have a look at the documentation website. I saw an article not that long ago that helped me on a similar situation.

    Victor.

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  • cwangv

    @mattfox

    Hi, Matt
    I am just curious about your hardware configuration in this case. Is it a HTS or Mango running on your own Linux box?

    Victor

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  • cwangv

    @oru_david
    i think you can setup an event based on Delta value.

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  • cwangv

    @craig
    Craig
    trying using chrome. I had similar issue when I used Brave.

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  • cwangv

    @phildunlap
    Phil,
    On the PICS of device 70105, it states below:
    0_1570141527173_3fa29a34-0873-49d2-83f9-30015e21cc27-image.png .
    I then mapped the segmentation property out in Mango, it shows value of '0' which does correspond to supporting both direction of segmentation of messages.
    0_1570141820740_9639192c-2b67-49b0-8312-085b443a64fb-image.png

    Would you be able to email me back the captures that shows Mango sending out segmented request but not receiving segmented responses?

    Then , I will ask our technical support about device 70105 actual capability of supporting 'receive segmented messages'.

    Thanks.

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  • cwangv

    @phildunlap
    I tried again and experienced the same problem with massive timeout issue with every single points.
    I will send the links for the wireshark captures for your guys to review.
    At the meantime, i will continue to monitor the interval logging function on points with COV enabled.

    thanks.

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  • cwangv

    @phildunlap
    Phil,
    you guys rock. I will give it a go.
    Thanks.

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  • cwangv

    @ralf
    Right. I understand.
    the only way is one Data Source for each BACnet/IP-PLC then. Just have a go and put in all 150. What is the worse can happen? :)

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  • cwangv

    Ralf
    what do you mean by 'runtime status'? Is it on/off line status you are after? Alarms will be generated in Mango if a data source is offline automatically.
    From my experience with integrating BACnetIP device to Mango, the polling time on 200 points with COV enabled, it normally takes less than 10 ms. So 150 devices with 200 points each will be less than 2 seconds. Given in PLC, most of the points are binary anyway, so if you use a powerful enough PC to run Mango, you should be fine.
    Can you update us know how you go if you decide to use Mango to do the integration?
    I am keen to know its performance in the wild when it comes to integrating BACnet devices.

    thanks!

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