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    Lightbulb File transfer via Ethernet TCP/IP

    Hello Friends,

    Currently have a Milltronics CNC Machine, which model is Centurion 7.

    The issue that, I am unable to set a communication via Ethernet TCP/IP protocol (ethernet cable is connected to Machine and the other end is connected to wireless modem). May be I am trying to connect somehow wrongly, I don't know.
    What kind of settings should I do on my PC and on CNC Machine directly, in order to share that folder with CAM files to Machine? Something is going wrong in communication...
    Please advise...

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    Re: File transfer via Ethernet TCP/IP

    All depends on the PC. Transfer the files to a XP computer then try it. If you are using Widows 10, good luck. If you are using Windows 7, it may work. Search this forum, There have been a few discussions about this topic.

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    Re: File transfer via Ethernet TCP/IP

    I don't think you can hook up a wireless modem directly to your machine. You hook a PC (and yes, older Windows 7 or XP works best) to the machine and then wireless to that PC from your other PC if you like. The operating systems that Milltronics uses, at least in the older Centurion 5 and 6 machines was DOS, so no wireless directly to the machines control.

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    Re: File transfer via Ethernet TCP/IP

    ...this link may or may not help you.
    https://www.cnczone.com/forums/millt...cam-posts.html

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    Re: File transfer via Ethernet TCP/IP

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