Changing IP settings
For the internal NTRIP client to work over the wifi the units IP address must match this of the WIFI card. By default both are set to the IP range 195.0.0.XX so should work if the settings haven't changed.
If you do want to change the IP settings you will need to change the WIFI settings first. This is because the unit needs to be on the same range as the wifi to send the config changes. This is changed in NAVconfig:
Once you have applied this config to the unit and reset you should wait around 5 minuets for the WIFI card to take this change and come back online. You can check if the card is back online and taken the config correctly by trying to ping the new WIFI card IP address.
Once you are able to ping the wifi card on the new address you can change the unit IP address in NAVdisplay. The command for this is:
!config ip XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
Once both IPs have been changed you should be able to see the avalible wifi networks in NAVconfig and once configured correctly you will be able to use NTRIP over wifi.
If you are able to see and connect to wifi networks but they disappear when you enable the internal NTRIP client this likely means that the IP address' are not on the same range. If this is the case try setting the IP back to default.
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