You can specify upload intervals from every 5 seconds of up to every hour, when you want to keep your outgoing traffic low. Meteobridge makes use of "rapid fire mode" of Weather Underground when data is sent more than once a minute.
Drop-down list on the right allows you to specify how many retries should be processed, when upload of a record does fail.
ID and Key/ Password
When you selected an upload interval Meteobridge also needs your weather networks user ID and password, as most weather networks do need this to authenticate your data upload. Please don't use special characters in the password as this is known to be error-prone when used in URLs and/or web input fields.
Also, the password for your weather station is no longer the same as the password for your wunderground.com account. It is now a separate key that is generated specifically for each Weather Underground station ID. You can find the station key/password associated with each weather station in your list of weather stations here:
The Weather network icon on the right is clickable and does bring you to the weather network's home page where you can assign for an account and when you are already listed there the link might directly lead to your account and display of data you have uploaded so far.
When you press "Save" your settings are stored permanently and Meteobridge does test for all weather networks with valid upload intervals, if the weather network accepts your credentials a green mark will be displayed beside user ID and password of the corresponding weather network. If credentials are not accepted, weather network will be marked with red crosses beside user ID and password.
More information on configuring your Meteobridge ip address can be found here: