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Netbotz 250 Wireless sensor inactive value throws off averages Nlyte

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Netbotz 250 Wireless sensor inactive value throws off averages Nlyte

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jason Hatcher on 2020-01-06


When a wireless sensor goes inactive due to loss of connectivity the reported SMNP value is a very large negative value. something like -128495734 degrees

This makes DCIM capture of average temperatures impossible to track and the average temperature of my 400 sensors always stays at zero.

Are there any solutions to this problem. Perhaps a way to continue to report the last value temperature before the loss of connectivity?

Thanks

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