Only for the XnTcp sub library.
The hostname must be a TCP/IP address or a solvable DNS name.
The LZV only have a small buffer for stacking accessory commands at power off. It will reply with "Busy" messages if there is no more room for more commands.
Check the position of all switches after power off on a ghost train event in automatic mode before turning power back on.
The LI-USB manual says to use no hardware handshake, but if buffer overflows are encountered it is recommended to set this to CTS.
fboffset="X" allows you to shift the addresses of the sensors up or down.
The default startup power state is off. You can change this behavior by checking this option.
Some XpressNet Command Stations, like OpenDCC, are supporting the fast clock operation.
Check this if Rocrail should send this command every layout minute.
|Lenz LI101*||default||RS232 Interface||OK|
|XnTcp||xntcp||XpressNet over TCP/IP||-|
|Atlas||atlas||Same implementation as 'default'.||-|
|CtTran||cttran||Same implementation as 'default'.||OK|
The calculation is done like this:
|Rocrail address = ( XpressNet address - 1) *8 + port|
ranges: XpressNet address [1..128], port [1..8]
XpressNet address → Rocrail address (from..to)
|1||1..8 → 1..8|
|2||1..8 → 9..16|
|64||1..8 → 505..512|
|65||1..8 → 513..520|
|66||1..8 → 521..528|
and so on …
You can set up the Address in rocrail style, or what is more cool in PADA Style: http://wiki.rocrail.net/doku.php?id=addressing-en-flat#port_accessory_decoder_address_pada. Then the address of the decoder will match with the address in your LH*.