Updating panelview firmware
But do note - if you are mapping directly to Controller Tags then the raw Controller Tag name must be used.If your Controller Tags have Descriptions assigned, which may read as though they are tag names; you cannot use these as they are not tag references, but merely descriptors. Under the "Controller" field you should now have a drop-down selection available with the name of the controller shortcut you defined back in the Communications settings.Some routers upgrade their firmware automatically, but this is only the case for newer, "smart" routers such as some mesh network routers.If you've heard that your router needs a firmware upgrade but you have one of these newer routers, check the update log in the app to see if the update has already been applied.If you've had your wireless router for years, chances are there's a firmware upgrade you could (and should) perform.
That is, unless you're using a multi-router compatible open source firmware such as DD-WRT.If you create Alias, Buffer, or Mapped Tags for your raw Controller Tags, then you can use their tag names instead. Selecting this will point the terminal's mapped tags to the correct device path.So, if you are simply mapping to the raw Controller Tags then their raw tag names need to be entered into the "Address" fields... If you originally did not have any controller shortcut defined, then there would have been no selection available here.You can name these the same as the controller tags they are mapped to, or you can assign them different names of your choosing.
For all of your particular controller BOOL tags, the "Data Type" field should be set for "Boolean" and not "16-Bit Integer", as your spreadsheet suggests you have selected. The "Address" field should match the exact tag name for your tags in the controller.Example: 192.168.1.50,1,0 External tab in CCW and check the following...