Fort Posted January 23, 2011 Report Share Posted January 23, 2011 Dear all, I have been a reader of the old and new forum since 2007, when I installed a V570 in my living room as my home domotics controller. I found very usefull information on the forums in the past. Anyway, would like to post following issue after upgrading to V9.0.1 Pre upgrade situation V570-57-T40 OS 2.1 Boot 2.01 Programming pc : Windows 7 x64 UAC ON - Visilogic 22.214.171.124 Always was able to download projects to the plc via TCP/IP After upgrade situation V570 OS3.3(03) Boot 2.2 Programming pc : Windows 7 x64 UAC ON - Visilogic 9.0.1 Issue Not able to connect to plc via tcp/ip - Not able to get oplc information via tcp/ip - communication driver error (210) - not able to establish tcpip connection Tried * Upgrade to OS3.3 was done via a 2nd pc (not programming pc) Win7 x32 UAC ON , because that one still had a serial port. Clean install of Win7 x32 , clean install of visilogic V9.0.1. Same issue with tcp/ip, upgrade done via serial, download projects via serial = ok * PLC has the correct plc name as in the project, and has socket 1 set to port 20256; projects inits tcp card and sets plc name * On the programming pc (win7 x64) tried the following : - packet sniffing as specified in topic http://forum.unitronics.com/index.php?/topic/102-ethernet-connection-v570/ - ping to plc - works - access webserver on plc - works - followed instructions as specified in the pdf in another forumpost : turnoff uac, deinstall, remove folders in progam files, common files and appdata/local/virtualstore, reboot, reinstall - to no avail. As a last resort installed V9.0.1 in a WinXP virtual machine on the same Win7 x64 programming pc. Works right off the bat via tcp/ip. This proves to me that the plc and project are correctly configured, and the issue is due to Win7 installation. Any tips on how to get it to work in native Win7 ? Kind regards, John Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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