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    So for the past couple of days I've been trying to understand how these commands work, they seem pretty straight forward so far, except for one part, and that's the "Where" part.

    Lets say I have a light on Area 8 Light number 6, how would I have to structure my command in order to point to that area (8) and light (6) on my *Who*What*Where## command?

    Most of the guides I've read seem to explain that somewhat well, but they fail to emphasize on how the command should be structure when dealing with areas and such on the "Where" section.

    Thanks!




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    dchramcow
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    Dear [mention:0882cfcbaf7f4cf2a2e33847fcb5b9c0:e9ed411860ed4f2ba0265705b8793d05],

    The where for the lligh point is the following

    Where (normal)

    • [0-9] -> Area: Area = 8 *who*what*8##
    • [0-9][0-9] -> Area light Point : Area = 8 Light= 6  *who*what*86##
    • [#0-#9] -> Group: Group = 2 *who*what*#2##
    • 0 -> General

    Where (extended) -> through virtual configuration

    • [0-10] -> Area: Area = 8 *who*what*8##
    • [0-10][1-15] -> Area light Point : Area = 8 Light= 12  *who*what*86##
    • [#0-#9] -> Group: Group = 2 *who*what*#2##
    • 0 -> General

    Giulia




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    *1*1*86## means *light*ON*AREA8 LIGHTPOINT6

    Initially I had problem too.

    Cheers.




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    DIGITHAI
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    Thanks for the help you guys, I'm gonna try that early next week.

    Thanks again!




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    dchramcow
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    So guys, sorry for the massive delay, but I had to work on other projects before going back to this one.

    I've been having problems trying to send commands via Putty following these videos closely:

    1) http://www.youtube.com/watch

    2) http://www.youtube.com/watch

    What I'm seeing is that when I press ENTER to send a command (*1*1*86##), Putty closes immediately, and it shouldn't be doing that. What is causing this? I'm using the settings on Putty that are shown in one of the videos above.

    Secondary question, why is the person in the video sending this command *99*0## every time he starts a connection?

    Thanks, and sorry for the massive delay.




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    dchramcow
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    the protocol does not accept any lf or cr combinations…




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    sxpertle
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    Ciao ,

    the *99*0## is the command to open the command session.

    Inside the command session you can write commands and ask dimensions

    Giulia




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    Thanks for clearing that up.

    What about my terminal (Putty.exe) closing abrutly after entering a command or even after hitting the ENTER key?

    I followed the instructions on those 2 videos very closely.




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    dchramcow
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    whenever it sees CR or LF, the gateway closes the socket




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    sxpertle
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    Oh, I wasn't aware of that.

    How does one send the command after typing it without a CR?




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