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Thread: Communication Problem with Simens S1500

  1. #1
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    Default Communication Problem with Simens S1500

    Good morning,
    I write because I have a problem with the communication between PLC and Zenon Runtime v7.50 installed on an industrial pc with Win7 x86.
    I've alredy set up the driver (S7-TCP IP) with the correct CPU adresses, put the remote TSAP 02.01, give to the take the Net adress corresponding to the driver (0), set up the cpu's parameter for enabling GET\PUT communication. I'm not using optimized blocks inside my software.
    Usually in other panels configured this way, they work properly, but in this case no. 
    Maybe I forgot something.

    Thank you very much in advance for you kind help,
    the best regards,
    Dorian

  2. #2
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    Default Re: Communication Problem with Simens S1500

    Hello Dorian,

    Did you allow "Full access" in the PLC configuration -> Safety ?

    BR,
    Georg

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    Default Re: Communication Problem with Simens S1500

    Hi Georg,
    yes, done.
    But I have to rectify what I've written before. I found some optimized blocks in the SW, I will modify and let you know. Probabily they will affect also the communication.

    Thank you for your rapid answer!

    Dorian

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