View Full Version : LNS <-> XL10 over L-IP
LNeX on BMS's pc says "Cannot communicate with the device (XL10)" , L-IP chan list shows Everything OK, but LNeX on Care'e pc shows Commision State: Current (Care's pc is connected directly to the XL10). Where shoud be the problem (Care's project, L-IP or pc of BMS)
PS: LNS db exported/imported corectly
02-23-2005, 10:08 AM
Is this care5.0 or 4.0?
I tried on both, right now working on 5 b90
02-23-2005, 11:01 AM
As I understand it LnEx works with the LNS DB and must be able to access this DB to work with devices and LNS will use the the interface medieum ie: IP chan or pclta to communicate with the actual device. Are you trying to use it from your care laptop or the head end? From the front end this is srtaight forword, if from your care laptop this is much more complex, basiclly LnEx can access the LNS on the head end through the LAN or through the Lon Bus itself either way you must be running LNS remote server on the head end. Hope this helps.
when im cheking it over LON (pcc10) - everything is ok, but over LAN - FAILD. so i think problem can be on L-IP (from loytec) or in the project of care. The LNS server is running but as i understand LNeX comunicates between LNS db and lon-devices over LAN (in my situation). As its writen in the AN003E_LIPandLNS.pdf l-ip have to support my system (ip-10L on the Backbone and FT-10 on channel_1). So maybe its in care? But what option can coz connection trought the LAN and make no different to the LON. So maybe its router? im confused
02-23-2005, 01:44 PM
Do you have the LnEx users guide, this spells out how to connect over the LAN. You said you can connect to the LNS DB on the head end using the lon connect method so mI assume have configured the LNS remote server to use this method. If you are going to use the (connect over LAN) method you must reconfigure the remote LNS server utility to use this method. Also can you ping the head end PC? If you must be able to see it on the LAN, are you running a software fire wall?
Hi I support the Loytec product and though I may be of some help. You stated that the L-IP had the chan list OK. Besides all the other routers that should be listed, the PC that is running your applications should also be in the channel list. When in configuration you can run test on all the devices on the channel list and they should come up green. If you have done this then all is good. This means that the L-IP is communicating to the the PC and all the other routers.
If you still have problems it is in your applications.
what if i have 3 devices listed and only 2 are in Green (1router and pc), i guess it should be ok, i dont think it can matter my project
The LIP Ethernet to Lonworks router has the option of establishing one LIP to be the configuration Server. so you will list both the PC and all the LIP's on the list. IF you only have one PC and ONE LIP showing green, then the master LIP is not communicating to the LIPs that do not show a green light. You may want to try Pinging it from the PC to insure that you have a correct path. Possibly a connection problem or even an IP number error.
03-16-2005, 11:31 AM
Just a quick note Care 5.0 build 100 is the latest and greatest i guess.....
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