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venus-os:mfd-navico [2019-04-30 00:17]
mvader [2. Compatibility]
venus-os:mfd-navico [2019-08-15 12:42]
guy_stewart replace venus-device with GX device
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 ===== 3. Wiring ===== ===== 3. Wiring =====
  
-The Navico device needs to be connected to the Venus-device using Ethernet. Its not possible to connect over WiFi. For the ethernet connection, a Navico adapter is required:+The Navico device needs to be connected to the [[venus-os:​start|GX ​device]] using Ethernet. Its not possible to connect over WiFi. For the ethernet connection, a Navico adapter is required:
  
   * ETHADAPT-2M 127-56   * ETHADAPT-2M 127-56
   * CABLE RJ45M-5F ETH ADPTR NONWATERPRF   * CABLE RJ45M-5F ETH ADPTR NONWATERPRF
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 ===== 4. Configuration ===== ===== 4. Configuration =====
  
-==== Venus-device settings ====+==== GX device settings ====
  
    - Go to Settings -> Services, and there enable MQTT.    - Go to Settings -> Services, and there enable MQTT.
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 ==== Networking ==== ==== Networking ====
-No settings are necessary. The Venus-device and the Navico devices connect to each other using a technology called linklocal addressing.+No settings are necessary. The [[venus-os:​start|GX ​device]] and the Navico devices connect to each other using a technology called linklocal addressing.
  
 It is possible to connect the a router to the same LAN; and that way provide for internet access. It is possible to connect the a router to the same LAN; and that way provide for internet access.
venus-os/mfd-navico.txt · Last modified: 2020-05-01 11:10 by mvader