no support was never implemented.
> Hey Guys, I've noticed this topic has sort of been covered in previous
> post. However in reading I'm not getting the answers I'm looking for.
> So let me ask my questions and see what kind of answers I get. Can I
> have one central server location, but have the BlueTooth Dongles at
> multiple locations connected to something like the raspberry pi or a
> re-purposed thin client to send out my campaigns.
> For example I have my "Central Server" and first blue tooth dongles at
> client location "A". Now my client has another store located in a town
> 30 miles away. We'll call that location "B". How do I configure the
> devices at site "B" to communicate with site "A" or would I be
> required to have a server at both locations.
> I'm only asking because the documentation for lack of better words is
> lacking. I see something referred to as "agent" in the downloads.
> However no documentation on it that I can find to explain what it does.
> Can somebody please explain to me the process to that I can present my
> finding to my investors. As I seemed to somehow got volunteered to
> look into proximity marketing and how to implement and sell it.
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