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2020/02/05 08:21:51 (permalink)
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Harmony V3 does not save static Ip addresses

Hello,
 
I found a very irritating quirk in the Harmony V3 NETCONFIG module.
Whatever static IP address is used, it is reverted to 192.168.100.10 at reload. Even if there is no such address in the generated xml file. When it is changed, the generated source code is OK. And, the next time the IDE is started, these default values reappear. Even if I change them by hand in the xml file, it is ignored at loading.
it is very irritating because each time source code is generated, it silently overwrites the values. I've lost hours to find why suddenly nothing was working without reason.
 
Anybody has the same problem ?
 
Jerome.
 
 
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    RyanF
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    Re: Harmony V3 does not save static Ip addresses 2020/02/06 10:22:33 (permalink)
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    Hi
     
    I noticed that too.
    I always make MHC configurator use the ALL merge strategy.
    That way you see everything that it does.
     
    Just ignore the ip override.
     
    It is a bit cumbersome but will have to do until they address the issue.
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    Re: Harmony V3 does not save static Ip addresses 2020/02/06 11:16:29 (permalink)
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    Yes, currently the user value entered in MHC is overwritten when MHC is restarted.
    This is a known issue and has already been reported internally.
    It will be fixed in a future release.
    Meanwhile please use the merge ALL, as suggested.
     
     
     
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