How to Start Timing Relay
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Information How to Start Timing Relay
NOTE: A 'Firewall Exception' for SpeedFeedService.exe should be automatically added during e-Laps installation. The following Firewall information is provided for reference.

Configure your Firewall by clicking the 'Allow a program or feature through Windows Firewall' menu item in Windows Firewall.

The program you need to allow through is "SpeedFeedService.exe". This program is installed in C:\Users\[USER ACCOUNT]\AppData\Roaming\eLapsBufferHandler

Your Firewall settings for SpeedFeedService.exe should look like the following screen shot:

[Image: SpeedFeedServerFirewall.JPG]

In e-Laps, on the Network Setup page (7th Menu from the top) click Start on the Timing Relay Server tab... the Output IP and Port fields should turn green.

Configure your Speed-Feed phone app to connect to the displayed IP address and port number (and password if required).

If you are connected to a live decoder (with transponders passing), Speed-Feed will begin receiving the timing feed from e-Laps.

When 'clients' are connected to e-Laps Timing Relay Server, depending upon how they have their Speed-Feed configured, you can view which transponder they have tagged, and what name they have entered for the tagged transponder, as shown in the following screen shot:

[Image: SpeedFeedTimingRelay.JPG]

More information on configuring Speed-Feed can be found here:

Information on the Disconnect and Ban Client buttons is coming soon.

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(This post was last modified: 14-Feb-2016 01:01 PM by eLapsRaceTiming.)
19-Aug-2014 08:25 PM
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