Hello. It’s well established that the (GSM) EV-07S and (“3G”) EV-07W made by Shenzhen Eview follow the protocol for “MiniFinder” and can be registered here as such, but I’ve never used any server but Eview’s smart-tracking.com which they are shutting next month, making me search now for a tracking provider that can handle different types of units.
But the EV-07B is very different than the older units and it has a very different protocol with many more settings and alarms possible. Eview sales manager told me that besides their new smart-locator.com where I’ve had numerous problems, the only other place in the entire universe of pay-for-tracking-industry where this tracker can be registered is Wialon.
So I looked up the EV-07B at Wialaon and sure enough it had 23 units registered as “EV-07B” and 4 were online simultaneously. That’s quite a number for such a new device. Please forgive my error but I did not realize that creating a personal-use account for three devices at Ruhavik might be a very different thing than opening an account at Wialon.
You’re all under the same company, Gurtam. It really seems that you don’t support the Eview EV-07B through Ruhavik, because, well, there’s no mention of the EV-07B on this forum and also in trying to find out why Ruhavik tells me it’s been offline always, i’ve looked at the message trace and have created numerous alerts, and nothing is sent to, or nothing recognizable is sent to 220.127.116.11 port 21535 which is what it gave me for MiniFinder Zepto 2.0 and it seems to be a consensus at the Traccar forum that the EV-07B follows what they refer to there as the “minifinder2” protocol. And at Traccar forum they have several threads mentioning the EV-07B and how it differs from the older EV-07S and EV-07W.
Should I give up on Ruhavik and try to do it through Wialon as a Personal Account? Please advise.