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SOFTNET-IE RNA
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Introduction
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Safety notes
SIMATIC NET
PG/PC - Industrial Ethernet
SOFTNET-IE RNA
Operating Instructions
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Product description
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Installing and uninstalling
Diagnostics and
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troubleshooting
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Further Information
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PRP-compatible devices
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Table of contents
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Introduction ............................................................................................................................................. 5
2
Safety notes ............................................................................................................................................ 9
3
Product description ............................................................................................................................... 11
4
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3.1
Product description .................................................................................................................11
3.2
Example of communication with PRP .....................................................................................14
Installing and uninstalling ...................................................................................................................... 17
4.1
Notes on setting up .................................................................................................................17
4.2
Installation ...............................................................................................................................17
4.3
Configuration ...........................................................................................................................26
4.4
License key .............................................................................................................................28
4.5
SNMP service .........................................................................................................................29
4.6
Uninstalling .............................................................................................................................30
4.7
Updating network adapters .....................................................................................................31
Diagnostics and troubleshooting............................................................................................................ 33
5.1
Diagnostics .............................................................................................................................33
5.2
Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................................42
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Further Information ............................................................................................................................... 45
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Introduction
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SIMATIC NET SOFTNET-IE RNA (Redundant Network Access)
The "SOFTNET-IE RNA" software is part of the SIMATIC NET product family.
The SIMATIC NET family comprises various software and hardware components that
complement each other and that are carefully tailored for specific automation tasks.
What is possible with SOFTNET-IE RNA?
The SOFTNET-IE RNA software allows the integration of PCs in redundant, parallel Ethernet
structures based on the Parallel Redundancy Protocol (PRP) functionality.
Purpose of this document
This document supports you during installation and commissioning of the "SOFTNET-IE
RNA" software on a PC system.
Path information in the document
Note
Path information is based on Windows 7
The path information described in this document is based on the Start menu of Windows 7.
As of Windows 8 you can also access many of the specified files using "Modern User
Interface".
Validity of this document
This document is valid for the following software of the SIMATIC NET product family:
SOFTNET-IE RNA
Note
This document is valid both for "SOFTNET-IE RNA V13 SP2" and "SOFTNET-IE RNA V14".
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Standards and approvals
SOFTNET-IE RNA was developed based on the "IEC 62439-3 Edition 2.0 2012" standard
taking into account the draft "IEC 62439-3:2011/FDIS" and with adaptation of the MIB.
Note
The "IEC 62439-3" standard is still in development and is expected to be finalized in 2016.
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Security information
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Important notes on the use of SOFTNET-IE RNA
Note
Transmission speed
The "SOFTNET-IE RNA" product is suitable for a transmission speed (T) of 100 Mbps with
long packets. With short packets, the transmission speed is reduced by a factor
corresponding to how much shorter the packets are than 1500 bytes.
T = 100 Mbps * packet length / 1500 bytes
At higher transmission speeds (T), the processor load of the PC can reach values at which
the PC works only with certain restrictions.
Note
Redundancy mechanisms influence the performance of the system. You should therefore
make sure that there are adequate resources for the processor, memory and network. If the
PC is overloaded for a long time (more than 80 % processor or memory utilization), this may
result in restrictions and functional disturbances.
Note
The quality of redundancy depends largely on the network adapters used. By updating the
adapter drivers, the response can be significantly changed.
Note
The current standard prescribes that any redundant packet that arrives with a delay greater
than 400 ms is treated as a new packet and not discarded.
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Note
The Ethernet adapters used must not be used actively from the point in time when the virtual
adapter is configured; in other words, for example, not configured or integrated in other
software.
The "SOFTNET-IE RNA" product must not be used alongside other link aggregation variants
(Server-, Intel-Teaming etc.).
After creating the virtual adapter, this is the only one to be used. If you use the real adapters
assigned to the virtual adapter, this can lead to functional disturbances.
Before you make changes to the hardware (real Ethernet adapters), you need to remove
corresponding virtual Ethernet adapters from the configuration.
Note
Depending on the components being used and the settings, "Wake on LAN" does not work
with self-assigned MAC addresses. In this case, use the original MAC addresses.
WARNING
SCALANCE X204RNA products (PRP-RedBox)
Note the warnings and security notices in the "SIMATIC NET Industrial Ethernet Switches
SCALANCE X204RNA / SCALANCE X204RNA EEC" operating instructions if you use
products of the SCALANCE X204RNA product line.
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Product description
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The "SOFTNET-IE RNA" product allows the cost-effective connection of a PC station to a
redundant network according to the PRP standard. Along with a brief introduction to this
standard, this section describes the connection of PC stations with "SOFTNET-IE RNA"
compared to the SCALANCE X204RNA product line based on examples.
3.1
Product description
What is the Parallel Redundancy Protocol?
The Parallel Redundancy Protocol is a redundancy protocol for Ethernet networks. It is
defined in Part 3 of the IEC 62439 standard. In the remainder of the text, PRP always stands
for the PRP-1 protocol. The areas of application of PRP are distributed applications with high
reliability demands that depend on the high availability of the network. Compared with classic
fault-tolerant networks, bumpless redundancy is possible with PRP. This redundancy
procedure can maintain data communication without interruption if there are interruptions in
the network. Other redundancy procedures have a reconfiguration time of the network of, for
example 200 ms (MRP, 50 nodes in the ring) or 300 ms (HSR, 50 nodes in the ring).
PRP has the advantage that it uses parallel, separate networks made up of standard
network components. End devices not capable of PRP can be connected to a PRP network
via a device with PRP capability, for example a SCALANCE X204RNA or RuggedCom
RS950G. This means that the frame of the end device can be transferred at the same time
via both networks. If a transmission path is interrupted, the frame arrives at its destination via
the second path.
Note
When using SOFTNET-IE RNA, you can only use the CP 1612 A2 or gigabit Ethernet
network adapters that support long Ethernet frames (Jumbo Frames) as the communications
adapter.
Which network topologies can be implemented with SOFTNET-IE RNA?
With Gigabit Ethernet network adapters, PCs can be connected to a PRP network.
Note
Make sure that the maximum permitted cable lengths for the relevant devices are not
exceeded. You will find the permitted cable lengths in the Operating Instructions of the
relevant device.
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Product description
3.1 Product description
What is possible with the PRP-Redbox SCALANCE X204RNA?
The devices of the SCALANCE X204RNA product line allow the cost-effective setup of
Industrial Ethernet structures with PRP functionality.
The SCALANCE X200RNA product line provides you with the following products:
SCALANCE
Description
Article number
X204RNA
The SCALANCE X204RNA has two RJ-45 jacks for connection of 6GK5204-0BA00-2KB2
end devices or network segments not capable of PRP (P1 and
P2) and two RJ-45 jacks for connecting the PRP networks LAN A
and LAN B (PRP A and PRP B).
X204RNA EEC
The SCALANCE X204RNA EEC has four RJ-45 jacks and two
slots for SFP modules. The SFP modules can be used as an
alternative to the two RJ-45 jacks P1 and P2 that are designed
for connection of end devices or network segments that are not
capable of PRP. The two RJ-45 jacks PRP A and PRP B are
used to connect networks LAN A and LAN B.
6GK5204-0BS00-3LA3
Note
You will find further information about the SCALANCE X204RNA / SCALANCE X204RNA
EEC products in the "SIMATIC NET Industrial Ethernet Switches SCALANCE X204RNA /
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC" operating instructions.
Note
For PCS7 plants in which the frame length should at no point exceed an MTU-Size of 1500
bytes, the cascading of SCALANCE X204RNA with SCALANCE S is not recommended
because SCALANCE S forms frames with 1500 bytes of user data that are extended by
SCALANCE X204RNA to 1506 bytes according to the PRP standard.
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Example of use
With the Parallel Redundancy Protocol (PRP), each node must transmit frames on two
independent, parallel networks (in the graphic LAN A and LAN B). These are two physically
separate networks with a bus (linear), star or ring topology. The PRP destination device must
also be connected to the two networks. This then receives each frame twice. The first frame
is forwarded to the application. The second received frame is then detected and discarded if
this reaction is configured. This achieves N-1 redundancy without reconfiguration (=
bumpless switchover).
The so-called DANs (double attached nodes) that use this method are connected to both
networks via two integrated device interfaces e.g. onboard network adapters of the of the
SIMATIC IPC computers or additional plugged in network adapters or via a PRP-Redbox
SCALANCE X204RNA or a SCALANCE X204RNA EEC. This means that the frame of the
end device can be transferred at the same time via both networks. If a transmission path is
interrupted, the frame arrives at its destination via the second path.
Generally, the two separate networks are known as LAN A and LAN B. Since the frames
created for the particular LAN have an ID indicating the LAN, it is possible to identify frames
sent via the wrong network.
Devices that are connected to only one network, such as switches are known as SANs
(single attached nodes).
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3.2 Example of communication with PRP
3.2
Example of communication with PRP
How is a redundant PRP network set up?
A network topology in which the Parallel Redundancy Protocol is used (PRP network)
consists of two separate Ethernet subnets. The structure of the two subnets does not need
to be identical.
A PRP network can be set up both with end devices with PRP capability as well as with
standard components. The following devices can be used:
● End devices with PRP capability (Double Attached Nodes PRP, Double Attached Node
implementing PRP, DANP), for example:
– CP 443-1 RNA
– PC with SOFTNET-IE RNA
– SIPROTEC protective devices with PRP capability
● Standard components (Singly Attached Nodes, SAN)
Standard components without PRP functionality, for example, can be connected to a PRP
network via SCALANCE X-204RNA or RuggedCom RS950G.
SANs can, also be connected to a PRP network without supporting the PRP functionality.
All devices that are intended to use the PRP function in redundant networks must be able to
process frames with length of up to 1532 bytes (Jumbo rames). If this function is not
supported, data may be lost.
Note
For PCS7 plants in which the frame length should at no point exceed an MTU-Size of 1500
bytes, the cascading of SCALANCE X204RNA with SCALANCE S is not recommended
because SCALANCE S forms frames with 1500 bytes of user data that are extended by
SCALANCE X204RNA to 1506 bytes according to the PRP standard.
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3.2 Example of communication with PRP
Example of a configuration for a PRP network
The following figure shows the options for connecting devices in a network topology in which
the Parallel Redundancy Protocol (PRP) is used.
Image 3-1
Example of the configuration of a network topology with PRP
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3.2 Example of communication with PRP
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4.1
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Notes on setting up
Read the following notes before you start to set up your system:
1. Identify the networks clearly, for example by labeling them (LAN A / LAN B).
2. Use a uniform setup.
Example: Always assign the left / top adapter on a PC to the network of LAN A and the
right / bottom adapter to the network of LAN B.
3. The assignment of the hardware to the corresponding entry in the system can be difficult.
To simplify this, you can, for example, connect the adapter for LAN A to an active
network, this is then noted in the network view and you can now assign this adapter to
LAN A and rename it accordingly.
4. Do not connect to the network until after the installation. With the help of SOFTET-IERNA diagnostics, you can then recognize whether an adapter was connected to the
wrong network as long as an active redundancy partner exists.
5. Try to set up the network as symmetrically as possible. Due to differences in the number
of received frames on the LAN as shown by RNA diagnostics (redundancy status), you
can identify redundancy problems in the network more easily.
6. Use identical network adapters and make sure that these have the same driver version.
4.2
Installation
User experience
To install SIMATIC NET PC software products, you should have experience of installing
software under the Windows version you are using.
To configure the communications modules, you should have experience and knowledge of
the following:
● Structure of the plant involved
● Configuration of the plant
You should only undertake the installation and configuration described below if you have this
knowledge.
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4.2 Installation
Requirements and necessary permissions
To be able to operate "SOFTNET-IE RNA" on your PC, you require the following:
● 2 Ethernet network adapters (onboard network adapters of the PC or additional pluggedin INTEL network adapters) for connection to a PRP network.
● Administrator privileges for installation
● Per PC and product one software license
General information
Note
Screen savers
Using a screen saver during operation can cause system overload.
Some screen savers do not release parts of memory again. This leads to a continuous
reduction in usable memory.
Note
Virus scanners
The use of a virus scanner during runtime can impair or severely slow down communication.
Dynamic virus protection, in particular using gatekeeper mechanisms, is therefore not
advisable. This is especially the case when trace files of the communication are written at
the same time.
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4.2 Installation
Procedure during installation
To install "SOFTNET-IE RNA" follow the steps below:
1. Insert the data medium in a DVD drive.
Note
If Setup is not started automatically, start it by double-clicking on the "Setup.exe" file in
the main directory of the data medium.
2. Click "Install software".
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3. Read the message about turning off the power save mode and click "Install software".
4. Select a Setup language and click "Next".
5. Read and accept the license conditions.
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6. Click "Next".
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7. Select the entry "SOFTNET-IE RNA" and click "Next".
8. Read and accept the changes to the system settings.
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9. Click "Next". Depending on the selected components, the content of the dialog box may
differ.
10.Wait until all necessary components have been installed.
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11.Depending on the installed software components, the "License Setup" dialog box opens.
In this dialog box you have the option of transferring license keys during the installation.
You have the following options for transferring the license key:
– To transfer the license key now during the installation, click on "Transfer license key".
The "Automation License Manager" is started. Enter the license key and return to the
installation (License key (Page 28)).
– To transfer the license key later, click "Next".
If the dialog box does not open, start the "Automation License Manager" when you have
completed the installation and enter the license keys.
12.To complete the installation, select the option "Yes, restart the computer now." and click
"Finish".
The computer is restarted.
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4.2 Installation
Extension for the SNMP service
Note
Note that to be able to use this functionality, the Windows SNMP service must be installed
(SNMP service (Page 29)).
The extension of the SNMP service, the "SNMP extension agent" software allows
communication via SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol). It supports the
Community-based SNMP Version 2 (SNMPv2c). The "SNMP Extension Agent" software
makes the defined PRP MIB of the standard available (OID=.1.0.62439.3). The MIB
(IEC62439_120217.mib) is on the data medium (cd\sw\snmp\mibs) and contains
descriptions of the individual objects.
Run "Installation SNMP extension agent"
1. Install the software from the Start menu:
"Start" > "All Programs" > "Siemens Automation" > "SIMATIC" > "SIMATIC NET" >
"SOFTNET-IE RNA" > "Installation SNMP extension agent"
After installation, a dialog window is opened.
2. Close the dialog with "OK".
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Run "Uninstall SNMP extension agent"
1. Uninstall the software from the Start menu:
"Start" > "All Programs" > "Siemens Automation" > "SIMATIC" > "SIMATIC NET" >
"SOFTNET-IE RNA" > "Uninstall SNMP extension agent"
After it is uninstalled, a dialog window is opened.
2. Close the dialog with "OK".
4.3
Configuration
Procedure during configuration
Note
Configuring the software is only possible with administrator privileges.
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4.3 Configuration
To configure the software, follow the steps below:
1. Open the properties page of the SOFTNET-IE RNA configuration via the Start menu:
"Start" > "All Programs" > "Siemens Automation" > "SIMATIC" > "SIMATIC NET" >
"SOFTNET-IE RNA" > "SOFTNET-IE RNA Configuration"
2. Wait until the dialog for configuration opens and then make the required settings.
You can select from the following settings:
– Display configured adapters
The "Configured adapters" area shows the existing virtual adapters.
– Delete configured adapters
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To delete a virtual adapter, select it in the list in the "Configured adapters" area and
click "Remove".
– Configure further adapters
To create a new virtual adapter, enter a name for the adapter in the "Adapter name"
box in the "Configure further adapters" area.
Then assign real network adapters for LAN A and LAN B of the virtual adapter.
Available adapters are displayed in the list boxes. If an adapter is selected on one
side, it is no longer available on the other.
Set the MAC address address of the virtual adapter in the "MAC address of virtual
adapter" box. To do this, use the MAC address of one of the two real network
adapters or enter a valid MAC address. No multicast/broadcast address and no
address that already exists in the network may be entered. The character set for
permitted adapter names is as follows: 0-9; a-z; A-Z; - (hyphen); _ (underscore); ' '
(space); # (hash)
– Add a configured adapter
With the "Add" button, you enter the configured adapter in the list in the "Configured
adapters" area.
– Apply changes
With the "Finish" button, you exit the configuration screen and the changes are
adopted in the system.
– Discard changes
With the "Cancel" button, you close the dialog without adopting the changes.
– When the dialog is open, the adapters are locked
When the dialog is open, the functionality of the SOFTNET-IE RNA module is not
affected. However, when the dialog is open, the SOFTNET-IE RNA module cannot be
changed with other configuration tools, e.g. VMWare ESXi. If you wish to configure the
SOFTNET-IE RNA module, you need to close the dialog first.
Note
Not all applications recognize changes to the running system. To retain full performance,
restart the system after making changes to network adapters.
Note that the configuration of the adapters can take several minutes (maximum 5 min)
depending on the number of adapters involved and the system. The progress can be
followed in the Device Manager or in the Network and Sharing Center.
4.4
License key
Transferring the license key
A suitable license key is required for SOFTNET-IE RNA.
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4.5 SNMP service
You can manage the license keys for running SIMATIC NET programs with the "Automation
License Manager".
Note
For more detailed information on the "Automation License Manager", refer to the online help
for the program.
Follow the steps below to transfer a license key:
1. Start the "Automation License Manager".
2. Select the data medium containing the required license key in the left-hand list
(navigation area).
3. In the right-hand list (object area), select the license key you want to transfer.
4. Click on the menu command "License Key" > "Transfer..." > "Transfer License Key"
dialog box.
5. Select the local drive of your PC to which you want to transfer the license key and confirm
with "OK".
Releasing licenses in use
Note
To release a license that is in use, remove all virtual adapters from the system. Enabling the
license can take some time (maximum 5 minutes).
4.5
SNMP service
Installing the SNMP service
The SNMP functionality of SOFTNET-IE RNA requires the SNMP service in the operating
system.
Following standard installation of Windows, the full SNMP service is not yet available in the
operating system.
To be able to use the full SNMP functionality of SOFTNET-IE, work through the following
steps in order:
● Installing the SNMP service
● Adapting the network security settings to your own security needs
To do this follow the same steps as described in the installation instructions for the "SIMATIC
NET PC Software". This is in the "doc" subdirectory of the "SIMATIC NET PC Software"
DVD.
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4.6 Uninstalling
SNMP - MIB file for SOFTNET-IE RNA
The MIB file to be used for SOFTNET-IE RNA is on the "SIMATIC NET PC Software" DVD in
the folder "\sw\snmp\mibs" > "IEC62439_120217.mib"
4.6
Uninstalling
Procedure for uninstalling
To uninstall the "SOFTNET-IE RNA" software, follow these steps:
1. Close all open programs.
2. Open the list of installed programs from the Start menu:
"Start" > "Control Panel" > "Programs" > "Programs and Features"
3. Right-click on the component "SIMATIC NET SOFTNET-IE RNA".
4. Select the "Uninstall" entry in the shortcut menu.
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5. Confirm the prompt with "Yes".
6. Restart the PC to complete the uninstall procedure.
Note
If you have not used any other Siemens products, you can then also uninstall the
"Siemens Automation License Manager". To save your licenses prior to uninstalling the
"Siemens Automation License Manager", follow the steps below:
1. Use the "SIemens Automation License Manager" to back up the licenses.
2. Uninstall the "Siemens Automation License Manager" if you no longer require it.
4.7
Updating network adapters
If you operate Ethernet network adapters via SOFTNET-IE RNA, and want to update them,
follow the steps below:
1. Remove the Ethernet network adapter from SOFTNET-IE RNA operation using the
configuration (refer to the section "Configuration (Page 26)".
2. Update the drivers of the Ethernet network adapter.
3. Configure the SOFTNET-IE RNA mode of the Ethernet network adapter again, see
section "Configuration (Page 26)".
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5.1
5
Diagnostics
Start "SOFTNET-IE RNA diagnostics" from the Start menu:
"Start" > "All Programs" > "Siemens Automation" > "SIMATIC" > "SIMATIC NET" >
"SOFTNET-IE RNA" > "SOFTNET-IE RNA Diagnostics".
Note
If you start diagnostics with administrator privileges, you can make additional settings.
With "SOFTNET-IE RNA diagnostic", you can setup the system and monitor it to obtain
pointers to disruptions in the redundant network. If you require more information, you can
use a "diagnostics" SAN to perform more precise diagnostics on a LAN with conventional
network tools.
The next section describes the menus of "SOFTNET-IE RNA diagnostic".
The following general elements exist in every menu:
● Overview
With this button, you open the "Overview" menu.
● Adapters 1-4
With these buttons, you select the adapter via which the information will be displayed. A
separate button appears for each adapter you create.
● Update
With this button, you update the values.
● Help
With this button, you open the online help.
● info
With this button, you open a window with information about the product (article number,
version etc).
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"Overview" menu
The overview page lists all the existing virtual adapters with the following information:
● Adapter name
Name of the virtual Ethernet adapter
● Network name
Network name of the virtual Ethernet adapter
● Link status
The link status of the relevant adapter is displayed for each interface.
Symbols
Cause
Remedy
There is a network connection.
-
There is no network connection.
Check the network connectors.
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● Redundancy status
The redundancy status monitors the communication
Symbols
Cause
Remedy
PRP frames are transferred via the
intended LAN. Both LANs are working.
Redundancy problem, redundant
•
communication is currently not guaranteed:
•
• PRP frames on the wrong LAN
•
•
There are more PRP frames being
received via one LAN A than via
the other LAN B (can also occur
due to a heavy data load).
Check whether PRP frames are being
received via the wrong LAN (in the
"Statistics" tab and in the "Node table").
•
Check whether PRP frames are being
received via both LANs from all DANs
(in the "Node table" tab).
•
Reduce the communication load
A network connection is disrupted.
No PRP frames are transferred. Connection disruption on both LANs.
Check the link status of both physical
adapters.
Check the network connectors and make
sure that the computer is connected to an
active LAN.
"Statistics" tab
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After selecting the virtual adapter, the "Statistics" tab shows several counters that are
important for diagnostics broken down according to the real Ethernet adapters being used.
These are the following:
● Adapter name
Name of the real Ethernet adapter
● Network name
Network name of the real Ethernet adapter
● Link status
Display of the connection status (up/down)
● Frames sent (Tx)
PRP frames sent over this LAN
(range of values: 0 to 4,294,967,295)
● Frames received (Rx)
PRP frames received from this LAN
(range of values: 0 to 4,294,967,295)
● Bad frames
Number of bad PRP frames received on the LAN. Errors occur either due to an incorrect
or missing RCT (Redundancy Check Tag) or due to a bad supervision frame.
● Frames (Rx) on wrong LAN
PRP frames that according to their identifiers were received on the wrong LAN
● Generated supervision frames
Number of generated supervision frames
● "Reset" button
Resets the values of the statistics
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"Node table" tab
Each node in the table consists of two rows. Each row stands for a LAN. The first row stands
for LAN A and the second row for LAN B. General information is shown only in the first row
of a node (MAC address, type etc).
In addition to the information in the table, the "Node table" tab contains the following
information and buttons:
● Number of nodes
Number of nodes with which there was no contact during a specific period.
This period is set in the "Settings" tab with "Forget node after".
● Maximum number of nodes
Maximum number of stored nodes in the node table
● "Reset" button
Removes all entries from the node table
● "Export" button
Exports the table to a CSV file
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The following table describes the parameters of the node table:
Parameter
Description
MAC address
Shows the MAC addresses of the connected nodes in the network
Type
Shows how a node is connected:
•
"SAN" (Single Attached Node)
Extra parameter that shows the LAN via which the node is connected:
•
–
"A"
–
"B"
–
"A+B"
"DAN" (Double Attached Node)
Extra parameter that shows the standard of redundancy:
–
"P" for Parallel Redundancy Protocol (PRP)
–
"H" for High-availability Seamless Redundancy (HSR)
•
"REDBOX" for red boxes, such as the SCALANCE X204RNA
•
"VDAN" for nodes connected via a red box
D filter
Shows whether or not a node discards duplicate frames (1 - discard, 0 - forward) and whether outgoing frames have an RCT frame.
Seq no.
Contains the (RCT) sequence number of the last received frame of the node
SF seq. no.
Contains the sequence number of the last received supervision frame of the node
Received frames
Contains the sum of all frames received on a LAN
Sent frames
Contains the sum of all frames sent on a LAN
Last frame
Time of the last frame received from a node
Last SF
Time that has elapsed since the last supervision frame received from a node
Received red.
Number of received PRP frames
Sent red.
Number of PRP frames sent
Received SF
Number of supervision frames received
Wrong LAN
Shows how many frames were received on the wrong LAN
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"Settings" tab
Note
Administrator rights required to make settings
Settings can only be made if diagnostics was started with administrator privileges.
Remember that changes to the settings can impair the general functionality and
communication.
The parameters IP address, Subnet mask and MAC address cannot be changed.
The "Settings" tab contains the following information or setting options:
● IP address
IP address used for the virtual adapter
● Subnet mask
Subnet mask used for the virtual adapter
● MAC address
MAC address used for the virtual adapter
● Multicast address
Multicast address of the protocol
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● Monitoring interval [ms]
Interval in milliseconds at which supervision frames are sent.
● Forget node after [s]
Time after which a node is removed from the node table.
● Transparent reception
If this is enabled, the RCT frame of frames is not removed before they are forwarded to
the application.
Note
Enabling the "Transparent reception" option can cause problems with the communication
capability with various applications. These applications need to remove the RCT frame.
● Duplicates buffer
Setting of the input and output buffer.
Note
Changes to the "Duplicates buffer" cause a brief interruption of the connection. With
certain protocols, this interruption can lead to a connection abort.
● Statistics refresh rate [ms]
Time in milliseconds after which the statistics are updated.
● Language
Sets the language of the Diagnostic dialog box
● "Save" button
Applies the changes made
The following table shows the parameters you can set in the "Settings" menu:
Name
Value
Multicast address
01:15:4E:00:01:00 - 01:15:4E:00:01:FF
Only the last two characters can be changed.
The default value is set to 01:15:4E:00:01:00.
Monitoring interval
500 ... 3 600 000 [ms] (= 0.5 s ... 1 h)
Forget node after
10 ... 3 600 [s] (= 10 s ... 1h)
The default value is set to 2000 ms.
The default value is set to 60 m.
Duplicates buffer
Statistic Update Time
32 ... 1024 frames
The default value is set to 512 frames.
100 ... 3 600 000 [ms] (= 0.1 s ... 1 h)
The default value is set to 5000 ms.
Language
German or English
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"Info" menu
The "Info" menu opens a dialog box in which all important information about the product is
shown.
Function check
You can use "SOFTNET-IE RNA Diagnostic" or the SNMP functionality to check the
functionality. The following properties provide you with a general overview:
● LAN A and LAN B are connected.
● The counters for "Frames sent (Tx)" and "Frames received (Rx)" increase when data is
transferred. The counters are not generally identical.
● The error counter for LAN A and LAN B should both be 0. Bad frames occur, in particular,
following restarts and reconfiguration of SOFTNET-IE RNA. If the error counters rise
continuously, you should check your network for errors/faults.
● The counter for "Frames (Rx) on wrong LAN" must be 0 for LAN A and LAN B. If not,
check and correct your network configuration.
● The " Number of nodes" counter shows the number of redundant devices.
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5.2
Troubleshooting
Remedy if errors occur
Errors
Cause
Media status = down
•
No connection to network
Troubleshooting
•
Software not correctly installed
•
Check the connection to the network (cable correctly plugged in,
partner exists and active, change
the cable of the receiving port or the
partner)
•
Check the Link LED on the Ethernet
adapters
•
Reinstall the software
Frames are received on the wrong
LAN.
At least one node in the network is incorrectly connected.
The check and adapt the cabling and
assignment of the Ethernet adapters of
the redundant nodes. The MAC address of the incorrectly connected node
can be obtained from the node table.
LAN A or LAN B is up but no frames
are being received (Rx).
No communication
Check the firewall settings of the devices involved
More frames are being received on
one LAN than on the other.
•
More SAN devices on one LAN
•
There is an interruption in one of the
networks
•
Error in a LAN (damaged redundant
frames are being received).
Check the availability of the devices in
the network with less frames (for example, run ping tests using a SAN)
Transport lower data volumes or adjust
Overload of a LAN, for example when the slower LAN so that the same data
one LAN has 100 Mbps and the other rates can be achieved
LAN 1 Gbps and large data volumes
(> 100 Mbps) are being transported
•
Differences due to a high communication load
•
A node is sending damaged redundant frames
•
Redundant frames are being corrupted in the network
•
•
The receiving adapter is damaging
the redundant frames
Identification of the source of the
problem (for example by disconnecting nodes in the network affected and monitoring the number of
errors)
•
•
Different standard implementations
are being used
Replacement of devices (switches,
adapters)
•
•
A former DAN does not send any
further PRP frames because it was
reconfigured to become a SAN.
Make sure that all devices communicate according to the same
version of the standard
•
Before reconfiguring, disconnect
nodes from the LANs. (for longer
than the setting for "forget node after") and reset the statistics and the
node table
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Errors
Cause
The SNMP service is not supplying
any values.
•
The SNMP service is not installed.
•
Security settings were forgotten or
incorrectly set.
•
•
No communication is possible.
The node is not indicated as a redundant device on other nodes.
Troubleshooting
•
Check whether the SNMP service
and SNMP Extension Agent were
installed.
Firewall is blocking the SNMP port
•
Check the security settings for the
SNMP service and the configuration
of the firewall.
LAN is not active
•
Check the cabling and the network
settings (IP, subnet mask etc.).
•
Run a ping test
•
Installing the software again
•
Check the PRP address
•
Match up the time settings
•
Match up the time settings
•
The node uses an incorrect PRP
address.
•
The monitoring interval is greater than
the "Forget node after" time of the
other node.
The node table contains less stations
than actually exist.
•
The monitoring interval of some
nodes is greater than the "Forget
node after" time of this node.
Duplicate frames are being received.
•
The delay between LAN A and LAN B •
is greater than 400 ms or the commu- •
nications buffer is full and the later redundant frame is treated as a new
frame.
Reduce network load
Comparison of the network speeds
of LAN A and LAN B
Only duplicate frames are being
received.
•
The "Discard duplicates" function is
disabled so that both redundant
frames are forwarded.
•
Enable the "Discard duplicates"
function with SNMP.
License message appears permanently.
•
No license found.
•
Check whether a license was installed and used.
The Ethernet adapters can no longer
be activated.
•
The Ethernet adapters are disabled.
•
Restart the system.
Problems in communication
•
The duplicate filter was disabled.
•
Set the duplicate filter to active
again using SNMP (lreDuplicateDiscard)
An application is receiving frames
with an RCT frame.
•
The "Transparent reception" function
is enabled so that frames with an
RCT frame (trailer) are forwarded to
the application.
•
Disable the "Transparent reception"
function under Settings in the diagnostics.
Created adapters are not present.
•
The configuration is not yet finished.
•
Wait until the adapters are fully
configured (5 minutes).
•
Reconfigure the adapters and follow
the progress in the Device Manager
(network adapter).
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Errors
Cause
Troubleshooting
•
The adapters being used are not
compatible.
•
Use compatible adapters.
During adapter configuration, several
adapters disappear in the list of
available adapters.
•
Several adapters have the same
name and were not indexed by Windows.
•
Uninstall the affected adapters and
reinstall them with the same driver.
The configured adapters do not exist
in some user interfaces.
•
Applications do not register the
changes to the running system.
•
Restart the system.
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Readme file
All important information on SOFTNET-IE RNA can be found in the readme file (main folder
on the product DVD).
Additional Information on the Internet
Along with a wide range of other information, you can also obtain documentation on the
product from the Internet:
(https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/ps) → Technical Info (see "More on Product
Information" box) → Manuals/Operating Instructions
Other product-related Internet addresses include:
SIMATIC NET product catalog "IK PI"
(http://w3app.siemens.com/mcms/infocenter/dokumentencenter/sc/ic/Documentsu20Catalog
s/SIMATIC_NET_IKPI_chap02_PROFINET_IE_English_2015.pdf)
Technical support, contacts and training
You will find information on this in the file "TechnicalSupport.pdf" in the "\doc" folder of the
"SIMATIC NET PC Software" DVD.
See also
Industrial communication with SIMATIC NET: (www.siemens.de/net)
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PRP-compatible devices
Note
When using SOFTNET-IE RNA you may only use gigabit Ethernet network adapters that
support frames up to 1532 bytes (Jumbo Frames) as the communications adapter.
PRP-compatible devices
The devices listed below are compatible for use in PRP networks. You can process frames
with excess length of up to 1532 bytes (Jumbo Frames).
Table 7- 1
PRP-compatible devices
Product
Article number
As of version *
SCALANCE XB004-1, unmanaged IE switch for 10/100 Mbps
6GK5004-1BD00-1AB2
ES: 01
SCALANCE XB004-1LD, unmanaged IE switch for 10/100 Mbps
6GK5004-1BF00-1AB2
ES: 01
SCALANCE XB004-1G, unmanaged IE switch for 10/100/1000
Mbps
6GK5004-1GL00-1AB2
ES: 01
SCALANCE XB004-1LDG, unmanaged IE switch for
10/100/1000 Mbps
6GK5004-1GM00-1AB2
ES: 01
SCALANCE X005, IE Entry Level-Switch unmanaged
6GK5005-0BA00-1AA3
ES:07
SCALANCE XB005, unmanaged IE switch for 10/100 Mbps
6GK5005-0BA00-1AB2
ES: 01
SCALANCE X005-TS, IE Entry Level-Switch unmanaged, -40 °C 6GK5005-0BA00-1CA3
+75 °C
ES:07
SCALANCE XB005G, unmanaged IE switch for 10/100/1000
Mbps
6GK5005-0GA00-1AB2
ES: 01
SCALANCE XB008, unmanaged IE switch for 10/100 Mbps
6GK5008-0BA00-1AB2
ES: 01
SCALANCE XB008G, unmanaged IE switch for 10/100/1000
Mbps
6GK5008-0GA00-1AB2
ES: 01
SCALANCE X104-2, unmanaged IE switch
6GK5104-2BB00-2AA3
ES: 01
SCALANCE X106-1, unmanaged IE switch
6GK5106-1BB00-2AA3
ES: 01
SCALANCE X108, unmanaged IE switch
6GK5108-0BA00-2AA3
ES: 01
SCALANCE X108POE, unmanaged IE switch
6GK5108-0PA00-2AA3
ES: 01
SCALANCE X112-2, unmanaged IE switch
6GK5112-2BB00-2AA3
ES: 01
SCALANCE X116, unmanaged IE switch
6GK5116-0BA00-2AA3
ES: 01
SCALANCE X124, unmanaged IE switch
6GK5124-0BA00-2AA3
ES: 01
SCALANCE X200-4P IRT, managed IE switch
6GK5200-4AH00-2BA3
V1.0
SCALANCE X201-3P IRT, managed IE switch
6GK5201-3BH00-2BA3
V1.0
SCALANCE X201-3P IRT PRO, managed IE switch
6GK5201-3JR00-2BA6
V1.0
SCALANCE X202-2IRT, managed IE switch
6GK5202-2BB00-2BA3
V1.0
SCALANCE X202-2P IRT, managed IE switch
6GK5202-2BH00-2BA3
V1.0
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Product
Article number
As of version *
SCALANCE X202-2P IRT PRO
6GK5202-2JR00-2BA6
V1.0
SCALANCE XF204 managed IE switch
6GK5204-0BA00-2AF2
V4.4
SCALANCE X204IRT, managed IE switch
6GK5204-0BA00-2BA3
V1.0
SCALANCE XF204IRT, managed IE switch
6GK5204-0BA00-2BF2
V1.0
SCALANCE X204IRT PRO
6GK5204-0JA00-2BA6
V1.0
SCALANCE X204-2, managed IE switch
6GK5204-2BB10-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE X204-2TS, managed IE switch
6GK5204-2BB10-2CA2
V4.4
SCALANCE X204RNA
6GK5204-0BA00-2KB2
V1.0
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
6GK5204-0BS00-3LA3 / 6GK52040BS00-3PA3
V1.0
RUGGEDCOM RS950G, managed PRP Redundancy Box
6GK6095-0GS1-... ("..." means,
depending on combination)
V3.11.1
6GK6095-0GS2-...("..." means,
depending on combination)
RUGGEDCOM RNA Module, managed PRP Redundancy Box
6GK60302EM200AA0 /
6GK60302EM200AA1 /
6GK60302EM100AA0 /
6GK60302EM100AA1
V1.0
SCALANCE XF204-2, managed IE switch
6GK5204-2BC00-2AF2
V4.4
SCALANCE X204-2LD, managed IE switch
6GK5204-2BC10-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE X206-1, managed IE switch
6GK5206-1BB10-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE X206-2LD, managed IE switch
6GK5206-1BC00-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE XF206-1, managed IE switch
6GK5206-1BC00-2AF2
V4.4
SCALANCE X206-2LD, managed IE switch
6GK5206-1BC10-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE XF208, managed IE switch
6GK5208-0BA00-2AF2
V4.4
SCALANCE X208, managed IE switch
6GK5208-0BA10-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE X208PRO, managed IE switch
6GK5208-0HA10-2AA6
V4.5
SCALANCE X212, managed IE switch
6GK5212-2BB00-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE X212-LD, managed IE switch
6GK5212-2BC00-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE X216, managed IE switch
6GK5216-0BA00-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE X224, managed IE switch
6GK5224-0BA00-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE X302-7EEC, 24 VDC
6GK5302-7GD00-1EA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X302-7EEC, 24 VDC redundant power supply unit
6GK5302-7GD00-2EA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X302-7EEC, 24 VDC power supply unit;
CONFORMAL COATING
6GK5302-7GD00-1GA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X302-7EEC, 24 VDC redundant power supply unit;
CONFORMAL COATING
6GK5302-7GD00-2GA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X302-7EEC, 100 ... 240 VAC/VDC power supply
unit
6GK5302-7GD00-3EA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X302-7EEC, 100 ... 240 VAC/VDC redundant power supply unit
6GK5302-7GD00-4EA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X302-7EEC, 100 ... 240 VAC/VDC power supply
unit; CONFORMAL COATING
6GK5302-7GD00-3GA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X302-7EEC, 100 ... 240 VAC/VDC redundant power supply unit; CONFORMAL COATING
6GK5302-7GD00-4GA3
V3.7.0
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Product
Article number
As of version *
SCALANCE X307-2EEC, 24 VDC power supply unit
6GK5307-2FD00-1EA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X307-2EEC, 24 VDC redundant power supply unit
6GK5307-2FD00-2EA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X307-2EEC,24 VDC power supply unit;
CONFORMAL COATING
6GK5307-2FD00-1GA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X307-2EEC,24 VDC redundant power supply unit;
CONFORMAL COATING
6GK5307-2FD00-2GA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X307-2EEC, 100 ... 240 VAC/VDC power supply
unit
6GK5307-2FD00-3EA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X307-2EEC, 100 ... 240 VAC/VDC power supply
unit; CONFORMAL COATING
6GK5307-2FD00-3GA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X307-2EEC, 100 ... 240 VAC/VDC redundant power supply unit
6GK5307-2FD00-4EA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X307-2EEC, 100 ... 240 VAC/VDC redundant power supply unit; CONFORMAL COATING
6GK5307-2FD00-4GA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X304-2FE, managed IE switch
6GK5304-2BD00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X306-1LDFE , managed IE switch
6GK5306-1BF00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X307-3, managed PLUS IE switch
6GK5307-3BL00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X307-3LD, managed PLUS IE switch
6GK5307-3BM00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X308-2, managed PLUS IE switch
6GK5308-2FL00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X308-2LD, managed PLUS IE switch
6GK5308-2FM00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X308-2LH, managed PLUS IE switch
6GK5308-2FN00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X308-2LH+, managed PLUS IE switch
6GK5308-2FP00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X310-FE, managed PLUS IE switch
6GK5310-0BA00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X310, managed PLUS IE switch
6GK5310-0FA00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X320-1FE, managed IE switch
6GK5320-1BD00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X320-3LDFE, managed IE switch
6GK5320-3BF00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X308-2M , managed IE switch
6GK5308-2GG00-2AA2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X308-2M TS, managed IE switch
6GK5308-2GG00-2CA2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X308-2M POE, managed IE switch
6GK5308-2QG00-2AA2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-12M, managed IE switch, 24 VDC, cable
outlet front
6GK5324-0GG00-1AR2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-12M, managed IE switch, 24 VDC, cable
outlet rear
6GK5324-0GG00-1HR2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-12M, managed IE switch, 230 VAC, cable
outlet front
6GK5324-0GG00-3AR2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-12M, managed IE switch, 230 VAC, cable
outlet rear
6GK5324-0GG00-3HR2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-4M EEC, managed IE switch, 1 X 24 VDC,
cable outlet front
6GK5324-4GG00-1ER2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-4M EEC, managed IE switch, 2 X 24 VDC,
cable outlet front
6GK5324-4GG00-2ER2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-4M EEC, managed IE switch, 1 X 24 VDC,
cable outlet rear
6GK5324-4GG00-1JR2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-4M EEC, managed IE switch, 2 X 24 VDC,
cable outlet rear
6GK5324-4GG00-2JR2
V3.7.0
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PRP-compatible devices
Product
Article number
As of version *
SCALANCE XR324-4M POE, managed IE switch, 24 VDC,
cable outlet front
6GK5324-4QG00-1AR2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-4M POE, managed IE switch, 24 VDC,
cable outlet rear
6GK5324-4QG00-1HR2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-4M POE TS, managed IE switch, 24 VDC
6GK5324-4QG00-1CR2
V3.7.x
SCALANCE XR324-12M TS, managed IE switch, 24 VDC, cable 6GK5324-0GG00-1CR2
outlet front
V3.7.2
SCALANCE X408-2, modular IE switch
6GK5408-2FD00-2AA2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X414-3E, modular IE switch
6GK5414-3FC00-2AA2
V3.7.0
COMPACT SWITCH MODULE CSM 1277
6GK7277-1AA10-0AA0
ES: 01
COMPACT SWITCH MODULE CSM 377
6GK7377-1AA00-0AA0
ES: 01
SCALANCE XR552-12M, managed IE-Switch
6GK5552-0AA00-2AR2
ES: 1.0
SCALANCE XR528-6M, managed IE-Switch
6GK5528-0AA00-2AR2
ES: 1.0
CP 343-1 Lean
6GK7343-1CX10-0XE0
V2.4
CP 343-1 Bacnet
6FL4 343-1CX10-0XE0
V1.1
CP 343-1
6GK7343-1EX30-0XE0
V2.4
CP 343-1 Advanced
6GK7343-1GX30-0XE0
V1.2
CP 343-1 Advanced
6GK7343-1GX31-0XE0
V3.0
CP 443-1 Advanced
6GK7443-1GX20-0XE0
V2.1
CP 443-1 Advanced
6GK7443-1GX30-0XE0
V3.0
CP 443-1
6GK7443-1EX20-0XE0
V2.1
CP 443-1
6GK7443-1EX30-0XE0
V3.0
CP 443-1 RNA
6GK7443-1RX00-0XE0
V1.0
CP 442-1 RNA
6GK7442-1RX00-0XE0
V1.0
* Information about the product version (ES) or the firmware version (V) as of which PRP is supported.
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