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by anonymous

Hi,

my new RUT955 works very well since 2 weeks without one issue.

Firmware version RUT9_R_00.07.00
Firmware build date 2021-07-15 07:33:29
Modem firmware version EC25EUGAR06A03M4G
Kernel version 4.14.221

I have setup the Router to send via TCP the GPS Date to my Traccar Server over the AVL settings. It works great.
But the Setting (Min distance) or (Min angle) on [AVL Settings] dont work.
I have all tryed (Min distance)=9999 or/and (Min angle)=360 it send allways all 5 sec (Send period) to the Server.

I understood it to mean that it only sends when distance or angle has been exceeded. correct?
Data should only be sent when the vehicle is moving. I know I could do it with a workaround and the 12v ignition on an input action as a subroutine. But that does not work if the car is moved by someone else, e.g. towed away.
If you still need something, e.g. log files, please let me know.

stay healthy and have a good time. Thank you

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by anonymous

Hello, 

Could you try downgrading the device to the legacy firmware and check: RUT9XX_R_00.06.08.3_WEBUI.bin

Kindly let me know the results.

Regards,
Mellow

by anonymous

I have the same problem with this version.
I tried in the main rule with min.distance 50 or 5000m the same with min.direction 30 or 360°
It is always send at the send interval. The same with the SubRules.

Mainrule set to send all 300sec and the Subrule set to 5sec interval and min.distance 5000m min.direction 360° Data will allways send every 5 sec.
I think there is a bug!

If you consciously leave empty in the send interval, nothing works anymore.

But what always works is the subrule on digital isolated input trigger.

Do you have any suggestions as to what I could still change or what could be the reason?

Regards,
Gamebeast

by anonymous
Hello,

Could you re-flash it with the legacy firmware without keeping the settings and reconfigure everything back again. After doing so check again if the RUT955 is still sending the AVL packets to your server with the configured settings of yours. If the situation is still the same kindly don't reboot the router or do anything just get the troubleshoot file and share it with me.

Thanks

Regards,
Mellow
by anonymous
Hello,

I now have the version RUT9XX_R_00.06.08.3 on it. After that I did a restore to factory defaults.
I have only established an Internet connection via WAN and set the AVL settings. Nothing more.
I try it with the following settings:

config section 'avl_rule_main'
    option enabled '1'
    option priority 'low'
    option send_period '5'
    option saved_records '1'
    option collect_period '5'
    option distance '500'
    option angle '360'

Send data to the server every 5 seconds.

If i try the following:

config section 'avl_rule_main'
    option enabled '1'
    option priority 'low'
    option send_period '1800'
    option saved_records '1'
    option collect_period '1800'
    option distance '50'
    option angle '360'

Does it work. I found this by try and error.
1800 seconds passed = send or 50m moved = send

I had assumed that for example every 5 seconds is sent when the vehicle has moved 50m.
Is that intended that only 1 option must be true there ?
Greetings,
Gamebeast
by anonymous

Hello, 

Regarding this query of yours, the main rule is working in an OR logic.

The settings of main rule is this: 

Collect period How often (in seconds) data will be collected.
Min distance Minimum distance change (in meters) before sending records.
Min angle Minimum angle change (in degrees) before sending records.
Min saved records Minimum amount of gathered records before sending.
Send period How often (in seconds) gathered data is sent.

If you have this configuration:

Min distance 50
Min angle 50
Min saved records 20
 

If a minimum 50m distance is achieved it will send the data to AVL
If a minimum 50 angle is achieved it will send the data to AVL
If minimum of 20 saved records are achieved it will send data to AVL

If either of the mentioned things is achieved the RUT955 will send to the AVL Server 

Regards,
Mellow