How a Venue Owner can view and edit the Fogsense Probe data

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If the Fogsense feature is enabled for the Venue, the Venue Owner (or the Tenant, after descending to the Venue level) can access the Devices section on the quick access toolbar. Here, it is possible to search for existing HotSpots (through the Search button) or Fogsense Probes, add new devices, view and manage the existing ones, or display them in a map.

If HotSpots and Fogsense Probes are both enabled for your Venue, you need to select Fogsense in the drop-down menu at the top of the page, if present.

By doing this action, you access to the list of all entered Probes.

By clicking on the name of a Probe, you can see the list of all available details, including:

  • Name: unique name for the Probe
  • Last Seen: the latest date and time the probe was detected as online
  • Serial Number: the Serial Number of the Probe. You can find this information on a label on the back of the FogSense device.
  • SSID: the name of the SSID of the network where the probe was connected during the last detection of the info (not necessarily the "Last seen" date/time).
  • RSSI: the measurement of the power of the network where the probe was connected during the last detection of the info (not necessarily the "Last seen" date/time)
  • IP Address: the last IP address of the probe during the last detection of the info (not necessarily the "Last seen" date/time)
  • Netmask: the subnet mask of the probe during the last detection of the info (not necessarily the "Last seen" date/time)
  • Gateway: the IP address of the probe during the last detection of the info (not necessarily the "Last seen" date/time)
  • Leds: shows if leds on the probe were ON or OFF during the last detection of the info (not necessarily the "Last seen" date/time)
  • Last Command: information about the last command sent to the probe
  • Description: the description given by the system user
  • Country, City, Address, State/Province/Region, ZIP/Postal Code, Latitude, Longitude: geolocation data for the Probe.
Furthermore, if the Probe has been connected at least once to the Internet, you can see the drop-down menu, and from there you can send the following commands to them:
  • Ping: after receiving this command, the led of the probe starts blinking. This command can be useful to recognize the probe.
  • Reboot: after receiving this command, the probe is rebooted.
  • Turn on led / Turn off led: after receiving this command, the led of the probe is turned on or off.
  • Update info: this command forces the probe to send updated details to the Control Panel (such as "SSID", "RSSI", "IP address", etc.).
  • Logs: this command returns the list of the commands that have been sent to the selected probe.

Some of these commands are not available if the probe is offline.

 

By clicking on the Edit button, you can edit the following information of the Probe:
  • Name
  • Serial Number
  • Description
  • Country
  • Address
  • City
  • State/Province/Region
  • ZIP/Postal Code
  • Latitude
  • Longitude

 

By Clicking on the Delete button, you can remove the probe from the system.
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