I have benefited from many other blogs, wikis, and forums. I hope there are nuggets in this blog wunderground users find helpful.
By: GWBoone, 7:55 PM GMT on May 16, 2013
My first blog entry highlighted why I wanted to do a better job of using my home network resources while posting weather pictures to my PWS site. The driver for change was the impact of the FTP stream being sent from my IP enabled webcam to wunderground. The real impact from this FTP activity was network sensitive applications were not functioning at an optimum. In truth, the Cisco IP phone I use when working from home was dropping packets. The result was jitter com...
Updated: 8:02 PM GMT on May 20, 2013
By: GWBoone, 8:16 PM GMT on May 15, 2013
For my first blog entry I figured commenting on my latest effort to implement a better set up for posting the weather pictures for my PWS site would be a good starting point.
In January of this year, I added a dLink DCS 932L camera to my home network for the purpose of posting weather condition shots from my home to my wundergound PWS page. The camera features make it convenient to post the pictures to wunderground via FTP. However, with the convenience came ...
Updated: 7:58 PM GMT on May 20, 2013
By The Bay
Saint John, NEW BRUNSWICK
|Dew Point:||31.1 °F|
|Wind:||3.2 mph from the WNW|
Updated: 7:03 AM AST on December 27, 2014