Question about Computers & Internet
I have a robot cell with 5 kawasaki D-controller. I am very strong in the Slogic programming but I am unfamiliar with KLadder/KLogic which happens to be what this cell uses. Currently I need to use my laptop and connect via RS-232 to communicate with the controller using the KLadder software. I would like to set up the cell to communicate with each robot from the main cpu at the cell. My basic question is....where do I begin? I can't seem to communicate via ethernet from my laptop directly to the controller as it is right now.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Will not detect
Ok well all I can suggest is this... first try a NON-crossover cable.. 2nd.. try the address of 10.1.1.1 The server should be setup according to the manual.. and should be detected upon connection, Also is the server to be set up to ASSIGN an address via it's DCHP or to RECIEVE one from ya lappy? I mean basically it is just a network device that sends stuff when asked, not unlike a networked Hard Drive etc. Usually ya set up the lappy for DHCP and the Video Server gets it's address from the lappy, & when "Polled" sends data to whomever "Polled" it.
Posted on Aug 03, 2007
solved the problem. Had to set DSL modem to bridge mode and then set the router PPoE, provide ISP name and password information and bingo! works!!
Posted on Nov 13, 2007
SOURCE: maxtor 500g network drive
Describe to me exactly how you are set-up. Include the IP addresses of each device and exactly what ports are being used on each device. Could like an IP mistake or in some cases an X-over cable is still required IF your switch does not have does not have a x-o button on it. But that depends how things are connected. These are the 2 most likely but need the above info to diagnose.
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
If it were me, i would return the airstation. then i would buy a linksys WRT54G. They are about 50 dollars. Then use that to set up your wireless network and you will find it quite easy.
Posted on Apr 27, 2008
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