Yeah, ok it is kind of obvious that the
status node may be what I want.
I would like to confirm this.
I have an
MQTT node and just now there is no comms to the broker.
And so the node is in the
(Fair enough, but it won't any time soon)
So I am now aware of this failing and would like to monitor the state of the node so if it is
connecting or better
connected I know.
Thanks in advance.
(Sorry I have been so quite of late. A lot of stuff has happened and I am trying to get things working again and am sort of overwhelmed with things to get done)
(and using other similar forums but are so BAD it is not funny. This is head and shoulders better.)
Belated seasonal gratuities to all.
For the sake of it I made a new "tab" and put a basic flow with an
MQTT IN node and a
status node connected to a
status node was ONLY looking at the
MQTT IN node.
I changed the IP address in the browser form the IP address to
All was good. The node showed
I unplugged the CAT-5 cable. NO CHANGE!
(Aw, c'mon! That's not fair! The broker is on the interweb so it can't be connected!)