Does SLR350Ni has Telnet/SSH/Syslog features?

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    Yoshikatsu Otsubo

    P.S.
    Before I post this, I read the following post(5 years ago). Unfortunately, there were no comments.

     - SLR350ni stopped working
       https://help.marinetraffic.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/115000728592-SLR350ni-stopped-working

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    Yoshikatsu Otsubo

    This issue has happened again.
    Marine Traffic site sent me an "off line notice" to me.
    At that time, SLR350Ni's WebUI displayed vessels on the map that it had caught. And also SLR350Ni could send AIS signals to my home through a VPN, and I could see vessels on the OpenCPN chart.

    (1) I restart SLR350Ni using its WebUI, but this could not resolve the issue.
    (2) Then I rebooted the remote site's router, but this could not resolve the issue.
    (3) I did a "power-off and power on" operation to SLR350Ni  using a remote power distributer equipment from my house. Then the issue was resolved. After a few minutes, I got an "online notice" from the Marin Traffic site.

    The interesting thing is, at that time,  I got AIS signals on my home from SLR350NiI through VPN, this shows network features of SLR350Ni had running normally I guess. Was there server trouble on the Marin Traffic server side?

    Why I said this is that I sometimes see "OFFLINE STATE" on other AIS stations. I know they are very stable AIS receiving stations more than mine.

    I took some screenshots at that time, so, if needed I can send them to the Technical Support team by email.

    Anyway, if SLR350Ni has Telnet/SSH/Syslog features, I think these are very effective to analyze the issue.

    I hope this helps.

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