AdminWes wrote:Thanks miataguy,
Just to rule out connection or service issues, are you using MobiLinc Connect or the UDI version of their portal?
If MobiLinc Connect, did you turn on the location notification for boundary changes? If so, is this what you are looking at for boundary state changes? This notification will fire as soon as iOS tells MobiLinc that the iPhone is inside or outside of the geo-fence.
One thing to try is to adjust the radius of your geofence from 100 meters to 200 or 300 meters. The key here is to line the boundary in an area where there are other Wi-Fi spots (neighborhood) so that iOS has a good way to detect when you cross the boundary.
AdminWes wrote:Hi miataguy,
Try turning on boundary notifications for the geofence so that you can track if iOS isn't even telling MobiLinc about the boundary crossing or if the issue is trying to reach the ISY over cell data instead.
The notification fires as soon as iOS tells MobiLinc the boundary has been crossed.
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