OEM628 Ethernet Configuration

OEM628 Ethernet Configuration
OEM628 Ethernet Configuration
Application Note
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OEM628 Ethernet Configuration
Table of contents
1 Overview ........................................................................................................................3 2 Required Hardware ........................................................................................................3 3 Static IP Address Configuration .....................................................................................4 3.1 PC Static IP Address configuration – Windows XP with SP3 ..................................5 3.2 PC Static IP Address configuration – Windows 7 ..................................................10 3.3 Confirming Ethernet Setup ....................................................................................16 4 Dynamic IP Address Configuration ..............................................................................17 5 Ethernet Power On/Off .................................................................................................20 6 NovAtel Base/Rover Configuration through Ethernet Connectivity ..............................21 7 Large Com port Data Throughput ................................................................................23 8 Network Transport of RTCM via Internet Protocol (NTRIP) Configuration ...................24 8.1 NTRIP Server (NovAtel Base) ...............................................................................25 8.2 NTRIP Client (NovAtel Rover) ...............................................................................25 A. Ethernet Commands and Logs ................................................................................26 B. CAT5 Cross-over Ethernet Cable Wiring Schematic ...............................................34 APN-057 Rev 1
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1 Overview
This application note describes how to communicate with the OEM628 receiver by sending
commands and obtaining logs through Ethernet interface and gives the step-by-step process for
connecting the OEM628 through the Ethernet interface using NovAtel CDU or terminal, setting
up a base/rover configuration through Ethernet connectivity, and utilizing the NTRIP interface.
PC/laptop Ethernet port connections are also described for both Windows XP (with SP3) and
Windows7 operating systems.
2 Required Hardware
The following hardware is required to setup an Ethernet interface to an OEM628 unit:
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user supplied PC/laptop with an available Ethernet, serial and/or USB port
OEM628 with an OEM628 Dev Kit, power cable and serial communication cables
one (1) RS-232 null modem cable
two (2) CAT5 Ethernet cables
optional USB-to-serial adaptor
user supplied Ethernet network, hub or wired router
one (1) or two (2) GNSS antenna – GPS 702-GGL antennas
one (2) or two (2) standard 5 meter 50 ohm TNC-to-TNC antenna cable
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3 Static IP Address Configuration
For this configuration, unique IP addresses are assigned to both OEM628 and PC. TCP/IP will be
used to for the connection in this simple network. This configuration can be used in a bench test
environment to confirm Ethernet functionality. Connect the OEM628 as shown in the diagram
below.
Figure 1: Cross-Over RJ45 Ethernet Cable Configuration
Note:
The following static IP addresses will be assigned to the OEM628 to illustrate the setup:
IP address = 192.168.74.10
Subnet mask = 255.255.255.0
Gateway = 192.168.74.1
1. Connect to your OEM628 through a cross-over serial cable or a USB port with either
NovAtel CDU or another terminal program such as Windows HyperTerminal. For more
information on receiver communication, please refer to our online video tutorial
Communicating with the Receiver found at http://www.novatel.com/support/knowledgeand-learning/video-tutorials-and-tech-presentations/.
2. Send the following commands:
ETHCONFIG ETHA AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO
ICOMCONFIG ICOM1 TCP :2000
IPCONFIG ETHA STATIC 192.168.74.10 255.255.255.0
192.168.74.1
SAVECONFIG
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Note:
The receiver will echo with an <OK acknowledgement for each command
entered.
To confirm the TCP/IP configuration, issue the following command:
LOG IPCONFIG ONCE
To configure your computer with a pre-assigned static IP address, follow the steps listed in
Section 3.1 for Windows XP running Service Pack 3 or skip to Section 3.2 for Windows7.
3.1
PC Static IP Address configuration – Windows XP with SP3
Follow these steps to set up a pre-assigned static IP address. The following static IP addresses
will be assigned to the PC:
IP address = 192.168.74.11
Subnet mask = 255.255.255.0
Gateway = 192.168.74.1
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1. Select START | Settings | Network Connections.
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2. Right click on Local Area Connection and select Properties.
3. Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) | Properties.
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4. Define the static IP address configuration on your PC’s Ethernet port, select OK to
incorporate the settings.
Note: This value ranges from 0-255. It also
excludes the value already assigned to the
static IP address
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5. Click Close when finished.
6. Once completed, please proceed to Section 3.3.
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3.2
PC Static IP Address configuration – Windows 7
1. Select Start | Control Panel.
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2. Select View network status under Network and Internet.
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3. Left mouse click on Local Area Connection.
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4. Click on Properties.
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5. Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and click on Properties.
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6. Enter the following static IP addresses:
7. Select OK when completed and proceed to Section 3.3.
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3.3
Confirming Ethernet Setup
1. Connect using NovAtel CDU’s Network connection or any third party terminal program
that supports TCP/IP connections.
2. Enter the assigned static IP address and predefined port number
Note:
The port number is defined from the ICOMCONFIG log. ICOM1 is the assigned virtual
port for Ethernet connectivity.
[ICOM1] appears in the console window when communication has been successfully
established (see below).
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4 Dynamic IP Address Configuration
For this configuration, a direct connection is made from the OEM628 to a Dynamic Host
Communication Protocol (DHCP) network and into a PC. The DHCP server will automatically
assign IP addresses to the OEM628, based on its predetermined free IP addresses. Use this
configuration in a bench test environment to confirm Ethernet functionality.
Figure 2: Dynamic IP Address Configuration through a DHCP Server
To set up a Dynamic IP Address Configuration, follow these steps:
1. Connect to your OEM628 through a serial or USB port with either NovAtel CDU or
another terminal program such as Windows HyperTerminal. For more information on
receiver communication, please refer to our online video tutorial Communicating with the
Receiver found at http://www.novatel.com/support/knowledge-and-learning/videotutorials-and-tech-presentations/.
2. Send the following commands:
ETHCONFIG ETHA AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO
Note:
Enable the Ethernet port after a factory reset command.
LOG IPSTATUS ONCE
Note:
This obtains the assigned IP address to the OEM628 from the network
LOG IPCONFIG ONCE
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ICOMCONFIG ICOM1 TCP :2000
Note:
This command assigns the TCP/IP port number
LOG ICOMCONFIG ONCE
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This command confirms the assigned port number to ICOM1
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3. Using NovAtel CDU or another terminal program, establish connection with the dedicated
IP address and port number assigned in Step 2. IP address is provided by the IPSTATUS
log.
[ICOM1] appears in the console window when communication has been successfully
established.
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5 Ethernet Power On/Off
The OEM628 is equipped with the ability to enable or disable the Ethernet com port. With the
Ethernet port disabled, the power consumption of the board is reduced by approximately
250 mW. The factory default of the OEM628 has power to the Ethernet disabled.
Factory default is:
ETHCONFIG ETHA AUTO AUTO AUTO
Following these steps to enable the Ethernet port:
1. Connect to your OEM628 through a serial or USB port with either NovAtel CDU or
another terminal program such as Windows HyperTerminal. For more information on
receiver communication, please refer to our online video tutorial Communicating with the
Receiver found at http://www.novatel.com/support/knowledge-and-learning/videotutorials-and-tech-presentations/.
2. Send the following commands:
ETHCONFIG ETHA AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO
SAVECONFIG
Note:
The Ethernet module will be powered down after a factory reset. Issue the
SAVECONFIG command to save this setting.
For more information about the ETHCONFIG command, see Section A.3.
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6 NovAtel Base/Rover Configuration through Ethernet Connectivity
You can either assign a static IP address or connect through the DHCP server on your network.
For full static/DHCP IP address configurations, see Sections 3 and 4.
1. Establish communication with the base and rover OEM628 receivers. Refer to the
OEM6 Family Quick Reference Guide and the OEM6 Family Installation and Operation
Guide found on our Website at http://www.novatel.com/support/firmware-software-andmanuals/product-manuals-and-doc-updates/oem6/ for more details about how to do this.
2. Connect the power cable to the OEM628 receiver(s) and apply power to the unit(s).
Figure 3: Base/Rover Ethernet Setup
3. Connect the Ethernet cables to both Ethernet ports on the OEM628 receivers.
4. Establish your Ethernet connection, either static or dynamic configurations, by referring to
Sections 3 or 4, respectively.
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5. Send the following commands to each receiver either through serial, USB or Ethernet
ports:
Base:
FIX POSITION <lat> <long> <height>
interfacemode icom1 none rtca off
log icom1 rtcaobs2 ontime 1
log icom1 rtcaref ontime 10
log icom1 rtca1 ontime 5
SAVECONFIG
Rover:
ICOMCONFIG ICOM1 TCP <base ip address>:<base port #>
INTERFACEMODE ICOM1 RTCA NONE OFF
LOG BESTPOSA ONTIME 1 (optional)
SAVECONFIG
Use the BESTPOS log to confirm that the OEM628 rover is in RTK mode.
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7 Large Com port Data Throughput
For high data rate Ethernet logging using TCP/IP, Window’s DAA (Delayed Ack Algorithm)
needs to be disabled for complete data logging because data gaps are present due to Window’s
Ethernet buffer.
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DISCLAIMER: Proceed at your own risk. Registry may damage the operation of your PC if done
incorrectly. Editing the Windows Registry is for advanced Microsoft Windows users. NovAtel
Inc. is not able to provide any technical support for any actions you take regarding information
found in Microsoft’s Knowledge Base.
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Windows XP (SP3) and Windows Server 2003:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/328890
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/815230
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8 Network Transport of RTCM via Internet Protocol (NTRIP)
Configuration
NTRIP is an application protocol used to stream GNSS differential correction data over the
internet. NovAtel provides NTRIP server and client functionality. For more information about
NovAtel’s NTRIP, refer to our NTRIP Product Sheet on our Website at
http://www.novatel.com/assets/Documents/Papers/Ethernet_NTRIP.pdf
NovAtel gives you the capability of configuring either an NTRIP server or an NTRIP client. The
NTRIP caster is an HTTP internet service provided by third party sources, acting as a
communication medium between NTRIP servers and NTRIP Clients.
NTRIP Client 1
NTRIP Client 2
DGPS/RTK
Rover Receiver 1
DGPS/RTK
Rover Receiver 2
HTTP Streams
NTRIP Caster
HTTP Streams
NTRIP Server X
NTRIP Source
(Base 1)
NTRIP Server Y
NTRIP Source
(Base 2)
Figure 4: NTRIP System
For a full list of NTRIP casters, refer to the following link: http://www.rtcm-ntrip.org/home. The
following configuration is recommended for optimal RTK performance, configuration of a
NovAtel base and a NovAtel rover through a third party NTRIP caster.
1. Establish communication with the base and rover OEM628 receivers. Refer to the
OEM6 Family Quick Reference Guide and the OEM6 Family Installation and
Operation Guide found on our Website at http://www.novatel.com/support/firmwaresoftware-and-manuals/product-manuals-and-doc-updates/oem6/ for more details about
how to do this.
2. Connect the Ethernet cable to the Ethernet ports on both the OEM628s. For this setup,
it is suggested to use a cross-over Ethernet cable.
3. Establish your Ethernet connection, either static or dynamic configurations, by
referring to Sections 3 or 4, respectively.
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8.1
NTRIP Server (NovAtel Base)
Use the following commands to enable the OEM628 as an NTRIP Server:
NTRIPCONFIG NCOM1 SERVER V2 1 <endpoint>1 <mountpoint>1
1
<username> <password> ETHA
INTERFACEMODE NCOM1 NONE RTCA OFF
FIX POSITION <lat> <long> <height>
LOG NCOM1 RTCAOBS2 ONTIME 1
LOG NCOM1 RTCAREF ONTIME 10
LOG NCOM1 RTCA1 ONTIME 1
SAVECONFIG
8.2
NTRIP Client (NovAtel Rover)
Use the following commands to enable the OEM628 as an NTRIP Client:
ETHCONFIG ETHA AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO
NTRIPCONFIG NCOM1 CLIENT V1 1 <endpoint>1 <mountpoint>1
<username>1 <password > ETHA
Note:
If you are using a specific Network RTK system, certain NMEA strings are required to be sent
from the rover back to the RTK network. For example, if you are connected to the VRS mount
point, the rover is required to send its position to the network in a standard NMEA (National
Marine Electronics Association) GGA message. This can be achieved by issuing the following
command: LOG NCOMx GPGGA ONTIME 5, until data is received by the caster. For more
information about Network RTK options and properties, refer to our Application Note on
Network RTK for OEMV Receivers found on our website at
http://www.novatel.com/support/knowledge-and-learning/published-papers-anddocuments/application-notes/.
The following is an NTRIP Client configuration example without the use of a Network RTK
system:
INTERFACEMODE NCOM1 RTCA NONE OFF
RTKSOURCE AUTO ANY
PSRDIFFSOURCE AUTO ANY
LOG BESTPOS ONTIME 1 (optional)
SAVECONFIG
1
For information about published NTRIP casters, refer to this Website: http://www.rtcm-ntrip.org/home.
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A.
ETHERNET COMMANDS AND LOGS
A.1 DNSCONFIG Command
This command is part of the Ethernet set up. It configures the Domain Name Servers (DNS) so
that hostnames can be used instead of IP addresses.
Message ID: 1244
Abbreviated ASCII Syntax: DNSCONFIG number_of_DNS_server IP
Factory Default:
dnsconfig 0
ASCII Examples:
DNSCONFIG 2 192.168.1.223 192.168.74.10
Field #
ASCII
Value
Field Type
Binary
Value
-
-
Data Description
This field contains the
Format
Binary
Bytes
Binary
Offset
-
H
0
Enum
4
H
String
16
H+4
command name or the
1
DNSCONFIG
Header
message header depending
on whether the command is
abbreviated ASCII, ASCII or
binary, respectively
2
3
NumDNSServer
None
0
1 server
1
2 servers
2
Number of DNS server
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
(10.0.0.2)
IP address of primary DNS
server
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
(10.0.0.2)
IP address of secondary DNS
server
IP address
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A.2 ECHO Command
This command sets a port o echo.
Message ID: 1247
Abbreviated ASCII Syntax: ECHO [port] [echo]
Factory Default:
echo
echo
echo
echo
echo
echo
echo
echo
echo
echo
echo
echo
echo
com1 off
com2 off
com3 off
aux off
usb1 off
usb2 off
usb3 off
icom1 off
icom2 off
icom3 off
ncom1 off
ncom2 off
ncom3 off
ASCII Example: ECHO icom1 on
Field
#
ASCII
Value
Field Type
-
Binary
Value
-
Binary
Bytes
Binar
y
Offset
-
H
0
Data Description
This field contains the
Format
command name or the
1
ECHO
Header
message header depending
on whether the command is
abbreviated ASCII, ASCII or binary,
respectively
2
3
port
See Table 1: COM
Port Identifiers
Port to configure.
(default = THISPORT)
Enum
4
H
OFF
0
Echo is off.
Enum
4
H+4
ON
1
Echo is on
AUTO
2
Auto setting
DEFAULT
3
Default setting
echo
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Table 1: COM Port Identifiers
Binary
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ASCII
Description
1
COM1
COM port 1
2
COM2
COM port 2
3
COM3
COM port 3
6
THISPORT
The current COM port
8
ALL
All COM ports
9
XCOM1
Virtual COM1 port
10
XCOM2
Virtual COM2 port
13
USB1
USB port 1
14
USB2
USB port 2
15
USB3
USB port 3
16
AUX
AUX port
17
XCOM3
Virtual COM3 port
23
ICOM1
24
ICOM2
25
ICOM3
26
NCOM1
27
NCOM2
28
NCOM3
Virtual serial ports
(over Ethernet)
NTRIP ports
(over Ethernet)
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A.3 ETHCONFIG Command
This command allows Ethernet physical layer configuration.
Message ID: 1245
Abbreviated ASCII Syntax: ETHCONFIG interface_name [speed] [duplex]
[crossover] [power_mode]
Factory Default:
ETHCONFIG etha auto auto auto auto
ASCII Example: ETHCONFIG etha 100 full mdix normal
Field #
ASCII
Value
Field Type
-
Binary
Value
-
Data Description
This field contains the
Format
Binary
Bytes
Binary
Offset
-
H
0
Enum
4
H
Enum
4
H+4
Enum
4
H+8
Enum
4
H+12
Enum
4
H+16
command name or the
1
ETHCONFIG
Header
message header depending
on whether the command is
abbreviated ASCII, ASCII or
binary, respectively
2
3
interface
speed
duplex
crossover
power mode
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2
AUTO
1
Auto-negotiate speed (default)
10
2
Force 10BaseT
100
3
Force 100BaseT
AUTO
1
Auto-negotiate duplex
HALF
2
Force half duplex
FULL
3
Force full duplex
AUTO
1
Auto-detect crossover
MDI
2
Force MDI (straight through)
MDIX
3
Force MDIX (crossover)
AUTO
1
Energy detect mode
POWER
DOWN
2
NORMAL
3
Soft power down mode
Normal mode
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A.4 ICOMCONFIG Command
This command is used for Ethernet set up. It allows you to configure the transport/application
layer of the configuration.
Message ID: 1248
Abbreviated ASCII Syntax: ICOMCONFIG [port] protocol [endpoint]
[interface_name]
Factory Default:
icomconfig icom1 tcp :3001
icomconfig icom2 tcp :3002
icomconfig icom3 tcp :3003
ASCII Examples: ICOMCONFIG ICOM1 TCP :2000 ETHA
Note:
Field #
Due to security concerns, the configuration ICOMCONFIG UDP :3000 should only be used by
customers on a closed system, that is, board to board. NovAtel is not liable for any security
breaches that may occur if not used on a closed system.
ASCII
Value
Field Type
Binary Value
Format
Binary
Bytes
-
H
0
Enum
4
H
Enum
4
H+4
Endpoint to wait on, or to
connect to where host is a
hostname or IP address and
port is the TCP/uDP port
number. If host is blank, act
as a server
String
80
H+8
All, or an interface that
supports TCP/IP
Enum
4
H+88
Data Description
Binary
Offset
This field contains the
command name or the
1
ICOMCONFIG
Header
-
message header depending
-
on whether the command is
abbreviated ASCII, ASCII or
binary, respectively
2
3
port
protocol
See Table 1: COM Port
Identifiers
endpoint
1
Disable this service
TCP
2
Use Raw TCP
UDP
3
Use Raw UDP
For example:
10.0.3.1:8000
mybase.com:3000:2000
ALL (default)
5
1
bindInterface
ETHA
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DISABLED
Host: Port
4
Name of the port
2
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A.5 IPCONFIG Command
This command configures static/dynamic TCP/IP properties for the Ethernet connection.
Message ID: 1243
Abbreviated ASCII Syntax: IPCONFIG [interface_name] address_mode [IP
[mask [gateway]]]
Factory Default:
ipconfig etha dhcp
ASCII Examples: IPCONFIG ETHA STATIC 192.168.74.10 255.255.255.0
192.168.74.1
Field #
ASCII
Value
Field Type
-
Binar
y
Value
-
Data Description
This field contains the
Format
Binary
Bytes
Binary
Offset
-
H
0
Enum
4
H
Enum
4
H+4
String
16
H+8
String
16
H+24
String
16
H+40
command name or the
1
IPCONFIG
Header
message header depending
on whether the command is
abbreviated ASCII, ASCII or binary,
respectively
ALL
2
interface
4
mode
1
ETHA
2
Name of the Ethernet interface
(default = ETHA)
DHCP
1
Use Dynamic IP address (default)
STATIC
2
Use Static IP address
5
IP address
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
(For example:
10.0.0.2)
IP Address – decimal dot notation
6
netmask
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
(For example:
255.255.255.0)
Netmask – decimal dot notation
7
gateway
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
(For example:
10.0.0.1)
Gateway – decimal dot notation
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A.6
ETHSTATUS Log
This log provides the current status of the Ethernet ports.
Message ID: 1288
Log Type: Async
Recommended Input: log ethstatusa once
ASCII Example:
#ethstatusa,com1,0,89.5,finesteering,1609,500138.174,00000000,e89
d,6259;1,etha,"00-21-66-00-05-a2",100_full*98d86b04
Field #
1
2
Field Type
ETHSTATUS
Header
#of interfaces
Data Description
Format
Binary
Bytes
Binary
Offset
-
H
0
Ulong
4
H
Enum
4
H+4
String
18
H+8
4
H+28
Log header
Number of records to follow
3
interface
ETHA
4
MAC address
This is an identifier assigned to your
network adapters or network interface
card
Reserved
5
interface
configuration
Relates to the connectivity, speed and
duplex settings of the Ethernet interface
xxxx
32-bit CRC (ASCII and Binary only)
[CR][LF]
Sentence terminator (ASCII only)
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A.7 IPSTATUS Log
This log provides the configuration of IP address, netmask, gateway and a list of DNS servers
currently in use.
Message ID: 1289
Log Type: Async
Recommended Input: log ipstatus once
ASCII Example:
#ipstatusa,com1,0,90.5,finesteering,1609,500464.121,00000000,7fe2
,6259;1,etha,"10.4.44.131","255.255.255.0","10.4.44.1",1,"198.161
.72.85"*ec22236c
Field #
1
Field Type
IPSTATUS
Header
Data Description
Format
Binary
Bytes
Binary
Offset
-
H
0
Ulong
4
H
Log header
2
IP status
Number of records to follow.
3
interface
ETHA
Enum
4
H+4
4
IP address
IP Address - decimal dot notation
String
16
H+8
xxxx
32-bit CRC (ASCII and Binary only)
Hex
4
H+34
[CR][LF]
Sentence terminator (ASCII only)
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B.
CAT5 CROSS-OVER ETHERNET CABLE WIRING SCHEMATIC
Figure 5: CAT5 Cross-over Ethernet Cable Pin Out Diagram
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