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Constructor for Network and RemoteDevice


  • Hi, I am new to using bacnet4j. I am having trouble understanding:

    1. Does a Network object represent a bacnet network? If yes, wouldn't just the network number in the constructor have been sufficient, to uniquely identify the object? What is the meaning of the NetworkAddress in that constructor? Is it the subnet part padded with zeros of the IP address of any device on the IP-subnet?

    2. I would think the Address, by itself, would be able to uniquely identify a RemoteDevice object. Why do we need the int instanceNumber and the Network network in the contructor of RemoteDevice?

    Thank you for your reply.
    Prajesh


  • There are many lost souls out there with this basic question. Can someone please answer?


  • @drubin said:

    There are many lost souls out there with this basic question. Can someone please answer?
    Drubin, there's some place where we could find some documentation about bacnet4j ?