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watchdog restart limit
#1
Hi,
we are using a many LAN Controller tinycontrol units in our systems, mainly for the 6 remote ON/OFF Control Outputs feature and the IP Ping Watchdog feature.
We have v2.0 LAN Controller units as well as v3.0.
In the v2.0 units, the watchdog works forever, but in v3.0 it stops restarting after a defined limit up to 255 times in the settings field [Max Restarts] or [Limit of Restarts] in the newest v1.56a firmware.

Is there any way to make it work forever, without Restart limits, as in v2.0 ?

Thanks
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#2
(12-29-2020, 02:54 PM)kkontak napisał(a): Hi,
we are using a many LAN Controller tinycontrol units in our systems, mainly for the 6 remote ON/OFF Control Outputs feature and the IP Ping Watchdog feature.
We have v2.0 LAN Controller units as well as v3.0.
In the v2.0 units, the watchdog works forever, but in v3.0 it stops restarting after a defined limit up to 255 times in the settings field [Max Restarts] or [Limit of Restarts] in the newest v1.56a firmware.

Is there any way to make it work forever, without Restart limits, as in v2.0 ?

Thanks

If you set limit restart to 0?
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#3
(01-12-2021, 12:31 AM)wilkxt napisał(a):
(12-29-2020, 02:54 PM)kkontak napisał(a): Hi,
we are using a many LAN Controller tinycontrol units in our systems, mainly for the 6 remote ON/OFF Control Outputs feature and the IP Ping Watchdog feature.
We have v2.0 LAN Controller units as well as v3.0.
In the v2.0 units, the watchdog works forever, but in v3.0 it stops restarting after a defined limit up to 255 times in the settings field [Max Restarts] or [Limit of Restarts] in the newest v1.56a firmware.

Is there any way to make it work forever, without Restart limits, as in v2.0 ?

Thanks

If you set limit restart to 0?

That would be the most logical way to implement the "forever" feature I seek.
I'm using this trick myself, when I write my own firmware for projects.

But I have tried that and: 
- in LK3 with Firmware Version 1.49b6, zero(0) value reacts as value 1. Meaning that it performs one restart cycle and stops the wathcdog.
- in LK3 with latest Firmware Version 1.56a, zero(0) value is not accepted at all. When pressing SAVE button, it replies with this error message "All fields are required".

Anything from 256 and above is treated as 8 bit value and it is truncated.
For example, 256 becomes 0, 257 becomes 1, 258 becomes 2, ...
For some reason, it accepts negative values but they are truncated as well.
-1 becomes 255 and so forth.

It should be a simple fix in the firmware.
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#4
(01-13-2021, 04:29 PM)kkontak napisał(a):
(01-12-2021, 12:31 AM)wilkxt napisał(a):
(12-29-2020, 02:54 PM)kkontak napisał(a): Hi,
we are using a many LAN Controller tinycontrol units in our systems, mainly for the 6 remote ON/OFF Control Outputs feature and the IP Ping Watchdog feature.
We have v2.0 LAN Controller units as well as v3.0.
In the v2.0 units, the watchdog works forever, but in v3.0 it stops restarting after a defined limit up to 255 times in the settings field [Max Restarts] or [Limit of Restarts] in the newest v1.56a firmware.

Is there any way to make it work forever, without Restart limits, as in v2.0 ?

Thanks

If you set limit restart to 0?

That would be the most logical way to implement the "forever" feature I seek.
I'm using this trick myself, when I write my own firmware for projects.

But I have tried that and: 
- in LK3 with Firmware Version 1.49b6, zero(0) value reacts as value 1. Meaning that it performs one restart cycle and stops the wathcdog.
- in LK3 with latest Firmware Version 1.56a, zero(0) value is not accepted at all. When pressing SAVE button, it replies with this error message "All fields are required".

Anything from 256 and above is treated as 8 bit value and it is truncated.
For example, 256 becomes 0, 257 becomes 1, 258 becomes 2, ...
For some reason, it accepts negative values but they are truncated as well.
-1 becomes 255 and so forth.

It should be a simple fix in the firmware.


try this soft
.zip   lk3_firmware_1_57a.zip (Rozmiar: 360.49 KB / Pobrań: 4)
for set 255 watchdoog should run forever
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tomek
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