For Promoters: LAN (Local Area Network)
RaceReady's Local Network Explaine
1. Always have your Live Timing operator connect to the local network (the Wifi Network Name should start with "raceready-5-")
2. In a web browser, navigate to http://172.16.10.2/
. THIS IS WHERE THE LIVE TIMING OPERATOR SHOULD STAY DURING THE ENTIRE RACE.
3. You can only connect to the local network when the Hardware box is powered on
You can find the network in your wifi connection on your laptop
always connect to raceready2.4G and not 5G
Diagram of Network
When logging in to the local version of the software, just use the same credentials as you use to log in to your online raceready account. If you have login trouble, you can reset your password on the local connection and it will update the same new password on your online account.
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For Promoters: Unpacking and Testing Your Live Timing Equipment
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