@kluszczyn - I was doing that last night and it wasn't working. However, it has started to work this morning. I have no idea why it wasn't doing it last night (Probably user error, admittedly). I have the issue sorted this morning. Will update the title of this thread now. MODs are welcome to remove the post if needed.
I personally use MQTT.fx to monitor my MQTT channels, just in case you ever needed to change for some reason or would like to check out the if it has any features you require.
@landpatterson Great! /dev/ttyUSBx is Linux machine id for serial port. In windows it would be like COMx. So you can enter as follows,
Driver: For windows you can select either jssc or jSerialComm. I would recommend you to leave it as Auto. It will select best driver for your OS. We no need to specify a driver until there is a situation.
I guess in windows port name should be without space COM5.
Retry frequency: When there is a loss in serial port connection between MyController and your gateway, MyController will try to reconnect after this x seconds. here I have mentioned 120 seconds.
After successful connection, you can see debug logs on Status >> Resources logs
@gopal_N I know this is outdated response, I am sorry for long delay(I didn't notice this). I do not know still you are using MyController.org. I have updated serial port driver. This particular issue might be resolved in current build.
Using MySensors I have set up a serial gateway with a NRF24l01 and a distance sensor on a pro mini both are working. I get gateway startup complete on the serial monitor. When I add a gateway in My Controller the status is down. It is Enabled, type is Serial, Network, Type is MySensors, Connection detail is Port:/dev/tty/USB0,Baud rate 115200, Driver Auto. error message unable to open. Do I have to have a specific port
Hi in Linux USB-serial port will be something like /dev/ttyUSB* not /dev/tty/USB0. To know available USB-Serial port use this command ls -lh /dev/ttyUSB*