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The device simulator allows for easy simulation of two-way communication between a GPS tracking device and the Cygnus Track web portal. By using the two-way communication tab, users can access a list of device commands that have been received by their device. To initiate a device command, users should start by logging into their Cygnus Track web portal and navigating to the tracking screen. From there, users can click on the small green blip icon next to one of their devices in the sessions panel. A dialog will appear, allowing users to send a command to the selected device. As an example, users can choose the "unlock doors" command from the commands list and click send. Once the command is sent, a message will confirm that the device command was sent successfully. Users can then send another command with a custom message attached, such as informing the driver that their doors have been unlocked. After sending the message, the device command confirmation will appear again. To view the commands that have been sent, users can go to the device simulator and click the refresh button next to the receive commands list on the two-way communication tab. The list will update, displaying the most recent commands sent from Cygnus Track. The device simulator will also display the message sent to the driver, and users can view the actual XML code behind the selected command by clicking the view XML button. This feature is useful for debugging and writing custom device listeners. To send a response back to Cygnus Track, users can choose from common responses in the sender response section and click the send response button. This will clear the command from the list in the device simulator. Users can verify the received commands from the Cygnus Track web portal by...