1 1 USING THE XPERT2 / 9210B ON A TCP/IP NETWORK Prepared by: R&D January, 2009 Sutron Corporation Ridgetop Circle Sterling, Virginia TEL: (703) FAX: (703) WEB:
2 2 1. INTRODUCTION This application note discusses how to use the Xpert2/9210B in a TCP/IP networked environment. While basic network functionality was included as early as Xpert firmware version 3.0, the majority of the capabilities described in this document require Xpert firmware version 3.2 or higher. Note: from here out, the term Xpert is used to refer to both the Xpert2 and 9210B Sutron data loggers. 2. CONNECTION TO A NETWORK Connect the Xpert to a TCP/IP network using an Ethernet cable. The Ethernet cable plugs into the ETH jack on the end panel of the Xpert (see pictures, below). The other end of the Ethernet cable plugs into a router connected to the network. Alternatively, the other end may connect directly to a PC/Laptop, when you are using a crossover cable and static IP. To connect in this latter fashion, see Direct Connection to a PC or Laptop, later in this document. End panel of the Xpert2, showing Ethernet port End panel of the 9210B, showing Ethernet port
3 3 3. LAN SETTINGS Once the Xpert is connected to a network (or PC/Laptop via crossover cable), the next step is to configure the Xpert s LAN Settings. You do this using the LAN Settings entry on the Xpert Setup tab. The Xpert setup tab, showing LAN Settings entry Highlight the LAN Settings entry and click Edit. The following dialog is shown. The LAN Settings Entry on the Setup Tab The current state of the LAN (its power state, i.e., On or Off), is shown in the Current State text box. The Lan Configuration buttons ( On, Auto, and Off ) determine the state of the LAN when the Xpert first boots. On causes the LAN to be turned on at boot, and stay on until explicitly turned off. Auto turns the LAN on only when something is connected to the Ethernet jack. Auto is typically only set when you plan to connect your PC or laptop directly to the Xpert (which requires a special Ethernet crossover cable; see below). When Auto is selected and a device is not connected to the Ethernet port, the system draws only about 1mA more power than if the state was set to Off.
4 4 The LAN is in use by area displays the list of elements that have requested the LAN to be on. The list includes User when the LAN Configuration setting is On, Modbus when a Modbus process has requested the LAN to be on, and so on. This can be useful when trying to determine why the LAN is on, when you have requested it to be off. Press the View Config button to view details (IP address, DNS server, etc.) about the current connection. When you press the Settings button, the system will ask whether you want to run the Network Wizard, which will ask several questions and then set LAN settings based on your answers. If you answer No to running the wizard, you instead are prompted with a dialog from which you can manually configure network properties, as shown below: The Network Properties dialog, accessed from the LAN Settings dialog The Network Properties dialog is used to specify how the Xpert gets an IP address. Typically, when the Xpert is connected to a network that provides DHCP services, select Obtain an IP address via DHCP. If DHCP services are not available, or if you desire a static IP address for other reasons, select Specify an IP address, and enter the IP address and Subnet Mask. You can press the Name Servers button to enter DNS and WINS address information, if desired. 4. DIRECT CONNECTION TO A PC OR LAPTOP The Xpert may be connected directly to a PC or Laptop Ethernet port using a special kind of Ethernet cable called a crossover cable. An Ethernet crossover cable is a special kind of Ethernet cable that acts similar to a null modem cable where Tx and Rx are crossed in order to facilitate host to host communications. The crossover cable allows you to connect the Xpert directly to a PC or laptop, without the need for a router between the two. This cable can be purchased most anywhere standard Ethernet cables can be purchased. To configure the Xpert for use with a crossover cable, run the LAN Settings Wizard and answer the questions regarding how you intend to use the Xpert in a networked environment, answering Do you wish to be able to access the unit using a laptop (or PC) using a crossover cable? with a Yes. To run the LAN Settings Wizard, go to the Setup tab, open the LAN Settings entry, and press the Settings button. If you prefer to set the settings manually, then set the LAN Configuration either to On or to Auto, and set a static IP using the Network Properties dialog. The static IP should be in the range x.x/ , if you want it to be compatible with the way a laptop will assign itself a default IP.
5 5 5. NETWORK SECURITY The Xpert does not provide any means of securing a network beyond its standard user name and password access facilities. All network security needs must be provided through the network routers and other hardware. Note that Xpert does not encrypt user names and passwords in network communications. 5.1 FireWalls If you have Windows Firewall enabled (like most PCs do these days) you will need to add an exception for XTerm.exe in order for it to support all of it s networking features. If you use a different type of firewall, you may need to add an explicit access rule for some of the following service ports that are used by XTerm or the Xpert : Service Port Protocol Host Description GUI TCP Xpert, XTerm Remote TCP Remote, XTerm Used by XTerm to perform log dumps and detect that the Xpert application is running. XTerm also hosts this port in order to support proxy connections. Serial and Telnet connections make use of XTerm s proxy. Used by XTerm to access GUI screens and perform file transfers. XTerm also hosts this port in order to support proxy connections. Serial and Telnet connectons make use of XTerm s proxy. Auto UDP Remote Used by XTerm to detect Xperts running on the network. Detect SSP TCP Xpert Used by Remote when it needs to communicate with the Xpert application. This port is used locally by the Xpert and there s no reason to open the port on the PC or in a firewall. Doing so may create a security risk. Telnet 23 TCP Remote Used to support telnet based command line or GUI access (screens and file transfer). Web 80 TCP Xpert, XTerm Used by the the Xpert s web server and XTerm s proxy web server. 6. XTERM OVER TCP/IP XTerm can connect to an Xpert using TCP/IP, making for a very fast connection, as compared to a serial connection. Of course, many Xpert s in the field are not connected to a network. Even so, you can still take advantage of this speedy connection using a crossover cable and the Auto mode as set in LAN Settings. See Direct Connection to a PC or Laptop above, for more information on how to make this connection. To connect using TCP/IP, if the IP address of the Xpert is known, simply enter it and a User Name and Password, if required, in the XTerm Communications connect dialog that appears after first starting XTerm (see below).
6 6 XTerm Connect Dialog 6.1 Detecting Xperts with XTerm If the IP address of the Xpert is unknown, you can press the Detect button to have XTerm attempt to detect any Xpert s on the network. Only Xpert s having firmware version 3.2 or greater can be detected. After pressing the Detect button, you ll see the following dialog: List of Xpert s found after pressing Detect button To connect to one of the stations found during the detect process, simply select the Xpert in the list and press OK. Refer to the section, Firewalls, for information on how to ensure your firewall allows detect operations.
7 7 6.2 Using XTerm as a Proxy A lesser known feature of XTerm is its ability to serve as a network proxy for connection to a nonnetworked Xpert. To make this proxy connection, start the XTerm to serve as a proxy on a PC or laptop that is connected to the network. Then open a connection in the proxy XTerm to the Xpert. Then connect the remote XTerm via a TCP/IP connection to the IP address of the proxy machine. At this point, the remote XTerm is connected to the Xpert via proxy. Refer to the section, Firewalls, for information on how to ensure your firewall allows proxy operations. 6.3 Upgrading Over TCP/IP The Xpert firmware can be upgraded much more quickly when TCP/IP is used to perform the image transfers. However, since upgrading Xpert firmware involves the use of the command line during system boot, you cannot upgrade an Xpert using a TCP/IP connection alone. Instead, you must use a Direct connect, but specify the /LAN switch to enable TCP/IP support. The best way to achieve this kind of connection is to create a shortcut with the required settings. To do so, start XTerm and configure the connection properties as you would to connect serially, and then press the Create Desktop Shortcut button. Then edit the shortcut created, adding the text /LAN to it. Hence, if the shortcut were originally XTerm COM1: /U M, it would be XTerm COM1: /U M /LAN after your edit. Start XTerm using the shortcut. Once XTerm is connected with the /LAN switch active, you initiate a firmware upgrade the same as any other upgrade, i.e., by pressing the Upgrade button on the right pane of the XTerm window. The upgrade will occur much more quickly since most operations occur over TCP/IP, as opposed to the serial port. Note: make sure the LAN Configuration setting in LAN Settings on the Setup tab of the Xpert software is set to either On or Auto before attempting to upgrade in this way.
8 8 7. TELNET (COMMAND LINE OVER TCP/IP) The Xpert supports telnet connections, allowing a terminal program like HyperTerminal to connect to an Xpert over TCP/IP and provide access to command line functions, including downloading the log, setting system time, etc. The Xpert listens for telnet connections on port 23. To open a telnet session using HyperTerminal, start HyperTerminal and set the properties of the session to connect to the IP address of the target Xpert, using Port number 23. See the picture below for an example. HyperTerminal s connection properties dialog. Note port 23 for telnet. Once you have made a telnet connection to the Xpert, you will see the \Flash Disk> prompt, and you can interact with the unit in the same way you would if you were connected serially to COM1. See the Xpert or 9210 user manual s Appendix G: Autoexec.bat and Remote.exe for more information on using the Xpert command line.
9 9 8. NORMAL AND ALARM REPORTING OVER TCP/IP The Xpert can be configured to report tagged data over TCP/IP to a remote host, at normal and alarm intervals. Tagged data means all ComsTag blocks entered in the graphical setup, all sensors created in EzSetup that have the COM: TAG checkbox checked, and any Tags created in a basic program on the Flash Disk. The report can be formatted for SSP (Sutron Standard Protocol) or text, and can therefore be consumed by both computers that know how to read and interpret SSP, and by humans. The normal reporting rate is the rate at which the report would be sent when the system is not in alarm. The alarm rate is the rate at which the report is sent when the system is in alarm. The reporting intervals and other properties are setup in the Coms control panel entry on the Setup tab. Select the Coms entry and press the Edit button. Then press the TCPIP button on the Com Port Setup dialog. The Xpert setup tab showing the Coms entry, and the Com Port Setup dialog Pressing the TCPIP button on the Com Port Setup dialog brings up the following TCPIP Alarm Setup dialog:
10 10 URL Type Tx Normal Rate Tx Alarm Rate Send to All Disable Alerts The TCPIP Alarm Setup dialog, showing the Normal and Alarm TCPIP reporting properties TCPIP alarm reporting was introduced in Xpert firmware version 3.2. The TCPIP Alarm Setup dialog allows alert and/or alarm messages to be configured to be sent to a base station over the LAN connection. Each specified URL is attempted in order (1 then 2, then 3) until the message has been successfully delivered, unless Send to All is enabled, in which case the message is sent to all URLs, regardless of the success of the delivery. As long as alerts are not disabled, when an alert occurs, TCPIP delivery will be attempted first before other communication methods. The properties in this dialog are defined in the following table: Machine name or IP address to send a message to. Leaving an entry blank will cause it to be skipped. Typically, this machine will be running a session of XConnect, AutoPoll, or HyperTerminal, in order to receive and process the TCPIP reports. The type of message to send. When the type is SSP, an SSP message is sent, and the Xpert waits for an acknowledgement to be received to confirm reception. When the type is Computer, a text message is sent, followed by a prompt to press ENTER to confirm reception. When the type is Data, a text message is sent, but the Xpert does not wait for a confirmation, and instead assumes the message was delivered successfully, as long as the TCP/IP stack does not report an error making the connection and sending the message. Defines the interval at which a message will be sent when the system is in the NORMAL state (entering 00:00:00 will disable reporting at the normal rate). Defines the interval at which a message will be sent when the system is in the ALARM state (entering 00:00:00 will disable reporting at the alarm rate). If checked, messages are sent to all defined URLs. If left unchecked, then each URL is tried in order until a message has been delivered. If checked, alert messages are disabled (not sent). Note that this does not disable reporting on the normal and/or alarm intervals, just the alert message that would otherwise be sent on transition into, or out of, the alarm state.
11 11 Pressing the Options button next to any of the URL entries brings up a dialog used to configure more details of the connection to be made: The TCPIP Options dialog The TCPIP Options dialog is used to configure the connection properties for one of the URLs in the TCPIP Alarm Setup. The properties of the dialog are defined in the following table: User Name Password Port SSP alarms may require a user name in order to login to the server before the alarm message can be sent. Leave it blank if login is not required. SSP alarms may require a password in order to login to the server before the alarm message can be sent. Leave it blank if a password is not required. The messages are sent using TCP socket communications with auto-detection of the Telnet protocol. The standard port for a telnet server (including the Xpert s) is 23, but on a base station that port may not be available (or desirable). 8.1 Using AutoPoll to Receive TCPIP Reports AutoPoll is a program for the PC developed by Sutron that can be used to receive and store TCPIP Data reports from Xperts in the field. Data reports are textual reports made without expectation of a response. AutoPoll simply collects these reports and stores them in a file you specify in the AutoPoll setup. An example AutoPoll setup is shown below. Note the IP address and port properties. They specify the IP address and port of the Xpert.
12 12 An example AutoPoll setup used to receive and store TCPIP reports from an Xpert. A free-trial version of AutoPoll can be downloaded from here: 9. XPERT TO XPERT TCP/IP COMMUNICATIONS Xpert s can exchange tagged data using the GetTag and SendTag blocks in the graphical setup ( tagged data means all ComsTag blocks entered in the graphical setup, all sensors created in EzSetup that have the COM: TAG checkbox checked, and any Tags created in a basic program on the Flash Disk). In addition, one Xpert can set the time in another unit using a SendTime block in the graphical setup. All of these transactions can occur over TCP/IP. A GetTag block gets the value of a tag defined in another Xpert. The Tag Properties dialog (below) is used to define from whom the tag should be retrieved. Set Port to TCP/IP, and enter the target Xpert s IP address in the Path/URL text box. Enter the name of the tag to be retrieved in the Tag text box. Press the Options button to enter the IP Port number used by the target Xpert (typically 23, the standard telnet port). You can also enter login information (user name and password) into the Options dialog, if the target Xpert requires a user login.
13 13 Properties dialog for the GetTag and SendTag blocks A SendTag block sets the value of a tag defined in another Xpert. The same Tag Properties dialog is used as that for GetTag (see above), and the same properties should be defined. For GetTag and SendTag operations, the target Xpert must be on the network, ready to communicate over TCP/IP, and must have a ComsTag (or basic tag) defined having the name given in the Tag text box. A SendTime block sets the system time of a remote/target Xpert to the system time of the Xpert that defines the block. SendTime Properties dialog To use the block to set the time in another Xpert, set the Port to TCP/IP and set the Path/URL to the IP address of the target Xpert. Set the IP Port number, and user login information, if required, in Options. The target Xpert requires no configuration other than being on the network, ready to communicate over TCP/IP.
14 WEB SERVER The Xpert can be configured to serve-up web pages over TCP/IP using the HTTP protocol. You can display current data on this web page, or customize it to display other information, as well. The simplest way to display current data on a web page is to add WebLog blocks to the graphical setup, anywhere you want to establish a data point to display. When WebLog blocks are defined, you simply connect to the Xpert using your favorite browser, and the browser will display the current values of the WebLog blocks. The values are updated every 10 seconds. The picture below shows an example where a browser is connected to which defines 2 WebLog values, Stage and RawTips, whose values are currently and 69.00, respectively. Browser connected to Xpert showing WebLog block values You can override the display of web server values, and have the Xpert display your own custom web page stored on the Xpert s Flash Disk. To do this, create your web-page with the name index.html, and put it in a subdirectory off of Flash Disk named Web (i.e., "\Flash Disk\Web\Index.html"). You can still display the WebLog values in this case by adding a link in Index.html to the virtual "WebLog" page (i.e., <a href="weblog">).
15 MODBUSTCP The Xpert supports the ModbusTcp protocol, which is a version of the Modbus protocol, adapted for TCP/IP networks. The Xpert supports both Master and Slave modes over ModbusTcp ModbusTcp Slave To setup a ModbusTcp Slave, highlight the Modbus Slaves entry on the Setup tab and press New. Setup Tab showing Modbus Slaves entry The next dialog will prompt for the kind of slave to create, either Serial or TCP. Select TCP and press OK. Select TCP in Select Type dialog After selecting the TCP slave type, the Xpert prompts for the IP port and parser type to use. TCP Slave Properties dialog
16 16 The IP Port is the port on which to listen for ModbusTcp master commands. The Parse Opt selection should be left at Default, unless you have defined a custom parser using the Xpert SDK (software development kit). Pressing OK in the TCP Slave Properties dialog completes the creation of a ModbusTcp slave. The slave starts listening for messages from a Modbus master, and processes them as they come in ModbusTcp Master The Xpert MBOut and MBSensor blocks in the graphical setup can act as ModbusTcp masters when performing their functions. The MBOut block writes registers in a Modbus slave, while the MBSensor block reads registers from a Modbus slave. The following dialogs are used to configure MBOut block: The MBOut dialog and the TCP Client Properties dialog obtained by pressing Device To create a ModbusTcp master with the MBOut block, set Device type to Tcp, press the Device button, and set the IP address and port of the target Xpert. The MBSensor block is configured in much the same way. See the Xpert user manual for more information on how to setup the MBOut and MBSensor blocks. 12. XCONNECT TCP/IP XConnect can connect to the Xpert using TCP/IP. (Also see XConnect documentation.) Overview XConnect was designed by Sutron to provide a complete solution for data collection, data processing, data viewing, and data storing. It is compliant with 32-bit Windows operating systems and provides several tools and options for users. There are several applications within XConnect to perform different operations. XC Setup and XC Desktop are used for system setup and configuration of XConnect, such as conventional system or satellite system, communication facilities, data storage, data poll schedule, site and sensor setup, etc. For conventional system, XC Rtu is used to retrieve data from a field site via SSP protocol with direct, radio, modem, and TCP/IP, to process data thru SSP decoder based on the configuration of each sensor and each site, and to store the data into the data storage such as a database. For satellite system, XC Mux, XC DAPS, XC DDS, and XC Decode are used to perform the data retrieval, data processing, and data storing processes.
17 17 XC RTDisplay, XC DataView, and XC Reports perform the data display from either the real-time data or the database. XC Calc, XC PostProc, and XC Export are used to perform the pre-calculation and post-calculation against the data, and also to export the SHEF format data Using TCP/IP in XConnect This application note discusses how to use TCP/IP with XConnect and Xpert2/9210B. Although basic network functionality started from the Xpert firmware version 3.0, the most of capabilities were available from Xpert firmware version 3.2 or above Configuration on 9210B Datalogger For version 3.2 or above of Xpert Data Logger Connect the data logger and your PC via a router with Ethernet cable. If you don t have a router, you can use a special Ethernet cable, a crossover cable, to directly connect the data logger to your PC. Connect to Xpert (the data logger) using Xterm over serial connection by choosing a certain COM port and Direct. Click on Setup Access button for station setup, go to Setup tab with highlighting LAN Settings, and then click Edit button. Once LAN Setting screen appears, user would see the LAN Configuration is Off. By clicking on Settings button, you can use the Network Wizard to setup the TCP/IP configuration automatically until complete entire TCP/IP settings. Once the Xpert has been rebooted, user should be able to view the LAN configuration by clicking on View Config button after redoing (3) and (4). Remember the Xpert IP address (as the example here, it is ) and make sure your PC IP address has the same first three numbers (i.e ) in order to communicate each other.
18 18 After that, you can close the IP Config Results window and the LAN Settings window, and then disconnect the Xterm from the Xpert via serial connection. To test TCP/IP communication from the Xterm, enter IP address into URL ( ), select TCPIP, and then click OK.
19 19 For the version below 3.2.x.x of Xpert Connect to Xpert using Xterm over serial connection. Exit Xpert app, if running, from status tab. Click in lower left of screen to bring up the Start bar. Click Start button, and navigate to "Network and Dial-up Connections". Highlight CS8900A1 and click properties button in toolbar. Select "Specify an IP address" radio button. Enter "IP Address" and "Subnet Mask" ( and , should do, respectively). Leave "Default Gateway" blank. Press Ok. Make sure CS8900A1 is still highlighted. Right click your mouse button to enable it and press the refresh toolbar button a few times until the connection shows active (i.e., there's no X on the CS8900A1 icon). Configure your PC to have a static IP in similar fashion as the Xpert. Use a different IP address (e.g., ). Connect Xpert and PC using an Ethernet crossover cable (this is a special kind of cable, not just a standard patch cable, and is readily available from Best Buy, etc.). Reconnect Xterm to Xpert, this time using "TCPIP" connection type, with URL field set to
20 Configuration on XConnect From XC Desktop, right click on Communication Ports and check on New/Add from the dropdown menu to add a new communication component. From the Create New COM Port screen, select Virtual as COM Type and click OK button. Click OK button again when you see the screen.
21 21 After then, enter 23 into TX and RX IP Port, select Protocol as TCP, and then save changes by right clicking the mouse button. ****Note: 1. The Port Number has to be entered or modified under UDP protocol for the current version of XConnect; is the only port number for using TCP with Xpert 3.0 or above. From XC Desktop, select the station with using TCP/IP, chose the Connection Port as 23 for Primary Station Connection Parameters, enter the IP address for the station which is, as the example above, , and then save the configuration.
22 22 Now you should be able to retrieve the data from XC Rtu.
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DRO-210i LOAD BALANCING ROUTER Review Package Contents Make sure that the package contains the following items. DRO-210i Load Balancing Router 2 Straight Ethernet Cables 1 Cross Over Ethernet Cable 1 Power
Andover Continuum Remote Communication Configuration Guide 2010, Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced, read or stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted,
Prestige 202H Plus ISDN Internet Access Router Quick Start Guide Version 3.40 12/2004 Table of Contents 1 Introducing the Prestige...3 2 Hardware Installation...4 2.1 Rear Panel...4 2.2 The Front Panel
QUICKSTART GUIDE 1 Getting Started You will need the following items to get started: A desktop or laptop computer Two ethernet cables (one ethernet cable is shipped with the _ Blocker, and you must provide
H0/H2/H4 -ECOM100 DHCP & HTML 6 H0/H2/H4--ECOM100 DHCP Disabling DHCP and Assigning a Static IP Address Using HTML 6-2 H0/H2/H4 -ECOM100 DHCP DHCP Issues The H0/H2/H4--ECOM100 is configured at the factory
IP Power Stone 4000 User Manual Two Outlet Remote AC Power Controller Multi Link, Inc. 122 Dewey Drive Nicholasville, KY 40356 USA Sales and Tech Support 800.535.4651 FAX 859.885.6619 techsupport@multi
Dexter is a network device using the Ethernet protocol to connect and communicate with other devices on the network: Computers, routers, DHCP servers. Thus you have to setup your Dexter and your network
Setting up Digi Connect Wi-SP or Digi ConnectPort TS W Devices On a Secured Wireless Network for use with Veriteq viewlinc Contents Before You Start the Installation...2 Introduction...2 Veriteq vnet and
Panduit Corp. 2010 TDP43ME NetPS PA26306A01 Rev. 01 11-2010 Network Printer Server Control Center for Ethernet Module NOTE: In the interest of higher quality and value, Panduit products are continually
MODEL ATC-2000 TCP/IP TO RS-232/422/485 CONVERTER User s Manual 1.1 Introduction The ATC-2000 is a RS232/RS485 to TCP/IP converter integrated with a robust system and network management features designed
Key Feature New Feature Remote Maintenance: phone can be diagnosed and configured by remote. Zero Config: automated provisioning and software upgrading even through firewall/nat. Centralized Management:
Basics of Port Forwarding on a Router for Security DVR s The basic concept of setting up your router to allow for Off Site access to your DVR involves setting up the two necessary ports the Security DVR
WEB CONFIGURATION Configuring and monitoring your VIP-101T from web browser The VIP-101T integrates a web-based graphical user interface that can cover most configurations and machine status monitoring.
HRG Performance Series DVR DDNS Support Application Note (DynDNS) This document describes how to enable and configure Dynamic DNS (DDNS) functionality on the HRG Performance Series digital video recorder