I noted such at http://forums.cnet.com/7726-7589_102-5412417.html?tag=posts;msg5412417 and you'll need to verify that it's off for a test run.
I've recently added solar power to my office roof and I'm trying to set up monitoring for it.
My office has a repotec n-way switch which connects my PC and printer to my home network using a wired connection to a DSL-244N D-Link router/modem.
I connected the solar inverter to the hub and I can ping it and log data on my office PC using the address I entered into the inverter (192.168.1.228).
However, when I'm using the wireless network provided by the router/modem, I cannot ping the 192.168.1.228 address so I can't get the monitoring software on my smartphone to work.
It is not practical for me to cable directly from the inverter to the router/modem so I have to plug the inverter ethernet cable into the switch.
How can I configure the router (or system) so that devices on the wireless network can see the inverter?