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  • You can't.


    Back then you needed an additional Ethernet board and if my memory serves me right it only supported NFS, plus the robot was a client, so you had to run an external server which the robot connected to.... no transferring of programs TO the robot.


    The cool thing was that you also could run a BootP server and cold-boot the robot via the network, which usually took ~5 min (with modified install scripts to eliminate the questions) compared to probably 30min or more with the old floppy way.

  • Hi SAABoholic,


    Thanks for your reply.


    My Robots have the ethernet board installed


    I have win 10 PC with services for NFS enabled which is connected to a netgear switch and I can connect the robot to this also,


    How do I connect between PC & Robot for example is there a similar command as connecting to another PC - \\192.168.x.x\c$


    Thanks.

  • Hi,Shane100Irish

    You can use Total Commander software with this configuration:

    Session: your favorite name

    Host name [:Port]:192.168.125.1

    User name: abb

    Pass:007

    Local dir.: your favorite path on your PC

  • Here are the parameters for a M97A running BW3.0 that had an exterior mounted S4C-PC.

    Besides the DSQC336, it came with the RAP and Ethernet Services options.



    SIO:CFG_1.0:3:0::
    #
    COM_PHY_CHANNEL:

    -Name "sio1:" -Type "sio" -Baudrate 19200

    -Name "sio2:" -Type "sio" -Channel 2

    -Name "eth1" -Type "ethernet"
    #
    COM_TRP:

    -Name "tcp/ip" -Type "TCP/IP" -PhyChannel "eth1"\
    -LocalAdress "192.168.100.2"
    #
    COM_APP:

    -Name "rap1" -Type "RAP" -Trp "tcp/ip" -SpSysEvent 1\
    -ServerAddress "192.168.100.1" -EnableSUBSCW 1

    -Name "nfs" -Type "NFS" -Trp "tcp/ip" -ServerAddress "192.168.100.1"\
    -LocalPath "pc:" -ServerPath "/c"

  • What FTP client are you using?


    I have used the Floppy to USB unit also. Very useful because you can set up 99 floppy ids from Floppy0 to Floppy99.

    I usually but the dystem disks into Floppy1 to whatever number there are, and store the programs and parameters on Floppy0

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