Network scan

The Network scan page displays an overview over the scan status. Here, scan for data points can be started and a list of previous scan results can be downloaded.

  1. Network scan: Displays information about previous scans.
  2. Download results: Download results of previous scan.
  3. Scan network: Scans network for data points.

Network scanning global toggle

When global toggle switch is enabled, it broadcasts a BACnet global Who-Is request. When global toggle switch is disabled, it sends a local BACnet Who-Is request, discovering only devices in the local BACnet network. Devices connected behind the BACnet router (for example MSTP devices via BACnet Router) are not discovered.

Discovery Range

The Scan range dialog is available for the network scan. Enable the Scan range switch and enter the Minimum BACnet Device ID as well as the Maximum BACnet Device ID. This option is used to optimize scanning procedures.

Activated data points

The Activated data points page displays all data points that are activated for this connector.

To activate the data points in Connect Hub see Activating data points.

  1. Information pane: Displays the number of active data points.
  2. Refresh: Refreshes the view.
  3. Last update: Displays the date and time of the last recorded value of the data point.
  4. Quality of value: Displays the quality of reading of the value of the data point. Ranging from 0 to 2. Where 0 is the best reading of the data point and 2 is no connection to the data point.
  5. Value: Displays the value of the data point.
  6. Poll interval: Displays polling frequency in seconds. Default polling frequency is set to 900 seconds. You can adjust polling frequency in Data Setup.
  7. Name: Displays the name of the activated data point.

Network configuration

In the Network configuration page, you can manage the network configuration and configure foreign devices.

  1. Update: Update a network or device after the addition, edit or deletion.
  2. Add network: Opens dialog to add a new network or foreign device.
  3. Delete network: Deletes the network or foreign device.
  4. Edit: Opens dialog to edit network port.
  5. Info: Displays information about the foreign device.


The Logs page displays the log. The log file can be downloaded here.

  1. Status bar: Displays current app logging status.
  2. Log Level: Select the logging type from the drop-down list to display that type of logging level.