Real Time TCP Configuration

Keywords: local Interface, gateway, ip, imonnit, tcp,


Summary:

Quick user guide to the Real Time TCP Configuration



Description: Real-time TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) guarantees response within a specific deadline. TCP is responsible for making sure all data is correctly received by the IP address. A static IP must be set on the gatewayThe Real Time TCP settings for your gateway can be adjusted on iMonnit® and the offline local interface.

iMonnit

  • Open iMonnit.
  • Find and select Gateways in the main navigation menu.
  • Choose the gateway whose settings you want to adjust.
  • Pick the Edit tab.
  • If the Real Time Interface isn’t already active, it must be toggled on.
    • NOTE: If the Real Time Interface is active, disregard these steps.
    • Select Interface Activation.
    • Find Real Time Interface and toggle the switch on.
    • Select the “Save” button.
  • Go to the Real Time Interface. 
  • TCP Timeout Seconds – The amount of time the gateway waits for a request to be received by the server before the session times out and the connection is refused.  
  • Port – This is the number for where specifically in the server data from the gateway is received.
  • Ports 80 and 443 are reserved for http and https traffic. Web browsers use these ports to send requests to web servers.
  • After you’ve made your changes, choose the “Save” button.
Local Interface
The local interface is an alternate way to make changes to your gateway offline. The local interface is only accessible offline and on a desktop computer. If this is your first time setting up a gateway to access the local interface please review the article Gateway Local Interface Setup.
  • Open a web browser and enter "192.168.100." 
    • Lights on your gateway will turn solid green when this connection has been established
  • Select the tab for Data Interfaces.
  • Pick the Real Time TCP Configuration option.
    • The Interface Active check box will not be checked by default.
    • Socket Timeout – The amount of time the gateway waits for a request to be received by the server before the session times out and the connection is refused.  
    • Listening Port - This is the number for where specifically in the server data from the gateway is received.
  • After you’ve made your changes, select the “Save Changes” button.
  • Navigate up to the top right corner of the page and select the “Reboot” button.
  • Your gateway will reboot. Your Real Time TCP changes will now be active.

 

Repeat these steps any time you need to access the Real Time TCP Configuration.



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