Archived: NI-WSN 1.1 Known Issues

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This document contains the NI-WSN 1.1.0 known issues that were discovered before and since the release of NI-WSN 1.1.0. Not every issue known to NI will appear on this list; it is intended to only show the severe and more common issues that can be encountered.

Known Issues

The following items are known issues for NI-WSN 1.1.0.

CAR ID CAR Description Workaround
204188 Nodes connecting to RT Gateway introduce up to 9 milliseconds of jitter.  
  Rebooting a gateway does not automatically deploy nodes that have never been deployed. Create a LabVIEW Project, and manually deploy the nodes.
213599 In certain situations, the 9792 Wireless Activity light may remain on.  
210976 Configuration Import/Export in MAX reports errors when using the .nce file type. Ignore the errors and continue, or use the .wsn file type.
176348 Deploying Configuration while running a VI causes VI to temporarily return invalid data Stop VI before deploying configuration
176451 Firmware version in MAX does not distinguish programmed nodes from non-programmed nodes.  
156917 MAX does not show progress of node firmware update without manual refresh Manually refresh MAX
154363 Changing Node ID in Project Does Not Update Node Name When changing ID, also update node name
174982 Windows 2000 does not display some drop down lists correctly  
174980 End Nodes remain on longer than anticipated when it has failed to join a network  
159167 Cannot Change Node Type (3202, 3212) After Node has been Added Ensure proper node type is selected when adding


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