LEMON FOAM

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  1. ETHERNET COMMUNICATION

    I see, thank you for ur explanation. As conclusion, if we need to connect PLC and GOT by built in ethernet port, we need to set them into different station and IP. Am i right? And what did u mean a clean PLC and GOT, is it a new PLC and GOT?
  2. ETHERNET COMMUNICATION

    Sir, u mean i need to set the PLC and GOT into different station? Beside than that, am I needed to set the IP address port no to different value as shown in the picture below?
  3. ETHERNET COMMUNICATION

    Sir, what u mean by same station no? Is it the same IP address? So i need to set the IP address for GOT at picture 3 to 192.168.3.40 and set the IP address for PLC in picture 4 to 192.168.3.39? But why i need to set them as 40 and 39? Because when i see from the Mitsubishi manual, it set the IP address for GOT and PLC as 18 and 39 Beside than that, in the manual it had stated that setting in PLC side is not needed.
  4. ETHERNET COMMUNICATION

    I'm new to Mitsubishi PLC programming. I want to communicate my Q13UDEHCPU (Q-series PLC CPU) and GT2308-VTBA (GOT2000 HMI) by using the built-in Ethernet port on the 2 devices Picture 1 to 3 shown the setting in the GOT2000 HMI using GT-Designer program, Picture 4 shown the setting in the PLC CPU using GX-Work program Picture 1: I/F Communication Setting Picture 2: Controller Setting Picture 3: GOT Ethernet setting Picture 4: Built-in Ethernet port Setting   Beside than the setting in the 4 pictures, is there any other setting i need to do so that the 2 devices can communicate via built-in Ethernet port