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Mariangela Camarda posted a topic in NJ Series / Sysmac StudioGood Morning, I connect using a TCPSocket a remote node with my NJ501-1300. In order to test communication with the remote node I use a telnet communication and send from it messages to the remote node: it work correctly opening the connection and then sending all messages I want; the connection will close only at the end of the communication session. WHAT HAPPEN ON NJ? On NJ Open connection whit remote node; Connection is open; Send first message to remote node; Receive correct answer from remote node; Send another ore the same message to remote node; Receive an unknown command answer from remote node. WHY??? To solve previous problem I need to: Close the open connection; Wait the time to reopen it; Reopen connection; send the message; receive the correct answer from the remote node; Close connection Wait the time to reopen it; Reopen connection; send the message; receive the correct answer from the remote node; close connection and so on... Could someone help me to solve this problem opening the connection only once and then close it at the end of the end of communication session?! THANK YOU
Hi, I am connecting several computers and NS12 HMIs with a CJ2 PLC using EtherNet/IP protocol. And I would like to know the FINS Address (Net.Node.Unit) of the HMI and the computers. I would like to use the FINS Write Access Log Read (21 40) command to detect some commands from the HMIs and from the computers, however I am not sure how to differentiate the origin of each write access because the FINS Address is not related with the IP Address, in fact, different devices are using the same FINS Address. I suppose I need to fix their addresses using an IP Address Table. Right?? Anyway, I only know to do that with UDP, but I don't know how to do that under Ethernet/IP. Thank you.
I recently had an issue where a system shipped to a customer's site with a mismatch between the IP address loaded into the CJ1W-ETN21 card and the node dials on the card itself. We had been testing the settings of the card by pinging the address and had assumed if the node dials were wrong we would not be able to ping the card. As we just found out that is not the case! Both our quality department and our customer's end user were able to ping the Ethernet card, but the end user could not establish FINS communications because the node dials were not correctly set. Is there a way to test that the dials are correctly set? Thank you!!!