Originally Posted by Taarnskov
As i read the documentation
, it should not be nessesary to put in the guid for the boundry
4.1.1301 Build 2016-01-01
The alarm you have set up is not really an anchor
alarm is meant to alarm you when you get outside a specific boundary (and then you have to tell Watchdog the GUID of that specific boundary).
The alarm you have set up is a Boundary-Distance
alarm. In your setup it should get triggered when you get nearer than 3 nm from any boundary. In that setting there is indeed no need to insert a Boundary GUID.
If I draw a boundary and set up an alarm exactly the same way you did, it works on my system. The alarm gets triggered as soon as the boat
gets nearer than 3 nm from a boundary.
You could try the following:
1. Make sure you are using the latest version of Watchdog pluging (WD). That is version 1.9021.
2. In the Watchdog Configuration
Window you could click "disable all alarms" and "OK". Then call up the Watchdog Configuration Window again and click "enable all alarms" and "OK".
3. Make sure the alarm is indeed enabled in the Watchdog
Window (is there a black X in the checkbox?) next to "Boundary Distance"?
In the manual for Watchdog the Watchdog
Window is shown in picture S-WDpi-06 and the Watchdog Configuration
Window is shown in picture S-WDpi-07.