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Containment notification basics

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Created by: Robert Crowe on 13-06-2013 01:01:00 PM
Containment Triggers can be set up to send notifications on either "in" or "out".  The 7.4 docs are unclear on whether a station has to be "in" before they can be "out", or out before they can become in.  Does the trigger only fire on a transition?  Or will it fire for everything that is currently in, or currently out?

Subject: RE: Containment notification basics
Replied by: Matthew J Denapoli on 13-06-2013 01:46:53 PM
Hi Robert,

It only fires on transition...you have to be "in" before "out".

Matt

Subject: RE: Containment notification basics
Replied by: Robert Crowe on 13-06-2013 06:14:26 PM
Matthew J Denapoli:
Hi Robert,

It only fires on transition...you have to be "in" before "out".

Matt
Hi Matt,

Testing with an "out", it really doesn't seem like it works that way.  When we enable an out on a floor with only a few stations physically inside that area, we get hundreds of notifications for all the stations that are outside of it.  This is with a setting of "MAC address like *"

Robert

Subject: RE: Containment notification basics
Replied by: Matthew J Denapoli on 13-06-2013 06:55:19 PM
Then I digress   I was always under the impression that is out it worked...
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