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  1. You'll have to move the Wi-Fi from the switch to the WAN and take the Ethernet port currently being utilized as the WAN and put it in the LAN. Look under quick set there should be an option to do everything you need under that tab. We don't typically set them up that way so I'm not sure of all the settings. Send me PM if you need more info as it's not really Unitroincs item. Alternatively you could use the new UCR to do the same job.
  2. Lot of it depends on what you are trying to do with the mAP.
  3. See the linked post and see if that solves the issue. You would need to be running 1.30.58 in order to do it though.
  4. @Prem Lanka What is all connected to the system for IO and other devices?
  5. Is there a way to know if a VNC screen has been touched? We are doing a project with a Uni PLC and I’m trying to setup a watchdog timer to activate a screen saver. In a standard Uni-Stream I’d use the General.Touched Bit as the bit that controls the timer. During testing with a VNC panel this bit never activates and I have been unable to locate a system bit that indicates this. Or am I stuck going their the project and adding an action to every single button that acts as the General.Touched Bit to achieve the same result?
  6. Doesn’t the project settings radio button provide this ??
  7. Idle will stop the whole process for however you set it. This includes I/O updates, as Alex said your probably better off using timers.
  8. Is there any logic occurring accidentally on the home sensors negotiate transition? Or in getting the unit to stop does the home sensor remain on or does the slide actually move past the home sensor and end up re-triggering a piece of logic with an unexpected positive transition that it shouldn’t be during your first move?
  9. Check page three of the install guide about the RG pins. If they aren’t connected properly you can get incorrect operation of the DI and AI.
  10. I seem to recall that there is a read socket status command under the COM>TCP/IP menu
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