"I have had the same issue on an es78. I am about to change my local boat network to something in another reserved network such as 192.168.0.0 or 172.27.0.0 but it sure irks me that I have to change my entire network just for the Raymarine…"
"I apologize for not using Search before posting, but I just found the following info and this suggests that the backbone MUST be powered in order for any comms to go through. Correct?
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"In the simplest of networks,, is a Power supply needed to power the backbone if none of the spur devices need power? In my case, I have a a98 MFD and am working on interfacing it to a custom engine interface that will send engine n2k data. I am…"
"Hi Troy! I sent you a friend request but pushed the button before saw the insert personal message button. I have a similar issue upgrading from a C120W network. It would be great to get your insights with what you did. Not having the Seatalk wires…"
"Ugh. Thanks, but that's not worth it to me just to get cardinal wind (which I can instead just calculate in my head from the apparent wind angle and my binnacle compass).
It would be $169 to add all that cabling and junction boxes to my…"
Good Day:I just got this from a customer:" I have a 37 ft steel Ted Brewer Cutter that has a gross weight of 24,000 lbs, is 37 ft overall, 10.5 ft beam and draws 6 ft. The wheel from centre is hard over at 12 inches of travel on the quadrant. I have been considering the raymarine VE 200 with if required due to the 12 inches long arm. Can you supply this unit ? Second is this the unit that you would recommend for the boat on a Pacific crossing? Please let me know your thoughts as to what would…See More
"okay, thanks. Tried a few more things that did not work:
1) retyped the password again several times to ensure correct value entered. Password is a 5 digit number which is a valid WEP passcode and works on other devices. Know I was typing it…"
Thanks for the quick response. I was primarily seeking to ensure that the wireless access point did not utilize a Class A IP address ... which it does not. We have not received any similar reports. I would only recommend…"
"Where did you check these voltages at the back of the display? Are there any splices in the cable? What else is connected to the unit, you would need Speed through the water and heading data for True Wind data? Those voltages are…"