I did not quite understand from the manual how the master and slave controllers work with each other.
For example: in the slave controller there is a trigger with the action of sending UDP. In this case, the slave controller does not have an ethernet bus in the properties. How does this action work?
Only the Network Primary sends and receives UDP when there are multiple controllers in a project.
Actions in triggers associated with UDP are ignored?
I will explain the situation: I have 3 controllers in the project,
and also in the project there is a trigger that sends UDP to a third-party device.
As a result, 3 datagrams come to a third-party device.
If only a master can send UDP, why do I get 3 feedbacks?
Ah right I see. Sorry. Make sure these settings are selected. I think this will reduce the output to just running on a single controller
Someone else just posted about this in the other thread.
Thanks for the help!
Good day, jabadger . Your proposal to solve our trouble did not give a positive result, response messages from controllers continue to be sent in a large number. What else do you think can influence this?
From the other thread it seems like this is still not working. I still would only suspect the Network Primary to be sending the UDP string. I suggest emailing support directly.
Please send your config to aesupport at etcconnect dot com and we will take a look to see what the issue is. Have a great day!
Good day, ctprice! Sent a config file.
I have not seen the config yet....replace at with @ and dot with a . in the previous email address mentioned please.