To check the status, type the status command in CLI.
A correctly set status does not include warnings in Reporting destination or Data sending. The following is an example status:
Data communication Measurement :0: OK Reporting destination :0: OK Data generation :0: OK 0 files, status code 111 Data sending :0: OK 0
- Using an SSH/SFTP client, go to the location specified in Creating folder to SFTP server.
Confirm that netCDF files are generating to this location.
- Default sending interval is 5 minutes, a new file every 5 minutes.
- Default naming is live_<yyyymmdd>_<hhmmss>.nc.
The reporting parameters start with default values.
For more information on configuring parameters, as well as the netCDF file structure and contents, see CL61 User Guide (M212475EN).
Open a file and verify the data.
Use your preferred netCDF reader, for example Vaisala BL-View or Panoply (open source software made by NASA).
|Data is not coming through.||SSH is not enabled.||Check that SHH is enabled. Contact your IT department.|
|Wrong server key used.||Check that you have the host key of the SFTP server, not the (user/client) public key.|
|Measurement unit is not operational.||Check that you have removed the transportation lock inside the measurement unit.|
|Wrong hash used.||Check the hash. Configuring data sender|
|No access to server.||Check server log files.|