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iOS Console Configuration
The iOS Console can be found at Apple Store
The console will start at the Settings screen (unless you exited the application previously while a panel was loaded) and the controller auto discovery process will begin asynchronously, any controllers found on your LAN will automatically be added to the controller list. You can add additional controllers using the 'Add New Controller' button you can also edit existing ones using the arrow to the right of each controller. If you want to try out the "Example Home" demo, select demo.openremote.com:8688/controller.
Controller Status Indicator
Next to each controller is a status indicator, a swirling icon indicates that the app is trying to communicate with the controller, a red circle with a line through it indicates that the controller is unavailable and a green tick indicates that the controller is available. You will only be able to load a controller that has a green tick. To refresh the status pull down on the controller list and release.
Add New Controller
When you add a new controller, you can specify the following: -
- Controller URL (required) - URL address of the controller to connect to, 'http://' prefix is optional
- Login: Username & Password (optional) - Credentials to use to connect to the controller (requires security setup on the controller)
- Available Panel Identities
Panel Naming Convention
The iOS console will automatically select the correct Panel which fits your Device resolution. See Device Templates.