I have added some more functions in the services and to all of them I have the same problem. The functions are using ros_command() function and they are quite simple. But everytime the device goes in timeout and returns the other functions remain in timeout until I disable and re-enable manually routerOS in the devices's general tab.
Here is the function code:
Code: ros_command("[/interface wireless registration-table print count-only]")
and here the probe:
Error: if(wireless_connections()<25, "","Problem")
Has anyone else the same problem? We are running Dude4.0beta3 on windows. If you have any idea how to fix this please let me know!