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NMEA & AIS Extra WiFi
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more detailed information.
(Only SEAiq Pilot) : This is used to set the IP address of a TCP-based NMEA feed. You can specify either a hostname or IP address (decimal and dot). IP addresses are preferred because they do not require a Dynamic Name Server (DNS) to be configured.
This field is not normally used for UDP feeds. For UDP, it can be set to an IP address in decimal and dot format. When set, only data from the given address is accepted. Currently, this is only required for Trelleborg CAT I (v3) devices.
(Only SEAiq Pilot) : This is used to specify the port number for your NMEA data feed. It is required for both TCP and UDP based feeds. A port is an integer number in the range 1-65535.
(Only SEAiq Pilot) : This setting selects whether to use TCP (the default) or UDP connections. Most devices only support TCP. For devices that support both UDP and TCP, UDP is normally preferred. Products that support UDP include the Digital Yacht iAIS and Trelleborg CAT ROT, CAT I, and CAT XT devices.
(Only SEAiq Pilot) : Current status of your connection.