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  1. #1
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    MITSUBISHI 700/70 Series ETHERNET PROCEDURES

    Hi to all,


    We bought a used Mitsubishi 700 series.

    However we are having a serious problem when it comes to transferring the files from the computer(B) to the machine(A) using the ETHERNET.

    Can someone gives me the procedures STEP by STEP to how to do that.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Obviously you'd have to give me your email if you want the actual document with the pictures and all. Anyways, here are the procedures, FTP with War Daemon V1.65.

    MELDAS Series
    M700_M70 Ethernet Setup E version system
    USA-E99091-006A
    MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AUTOMATION
    USA
    List of Revisions
    Rev Date of Revision Detail Author
    * 4/12/07 First Edition Created TSS
    A 12/14/07 2nd Edition(setup change with E version s/w) TSS
    -M70 M730 M750-
    M70 / M700 Series
    Work Sheet for Determining Ethernet Settings
    Make a complete back up of the control before changing any parameters (page 3).
    Obtain the following information:
    1ccc . . . **cc Parameter #1934 Local IP address
    2.ccc . . . ccc.. Parameter #1935 Local Subnet mask
    3.ccc . . . ccc.. TCP/IP address for machine (To be supplied by customer see *1).
    4ccc . . . ccc.. Subnet Mask for machine (To be supplied by customer see *1).
    5ccc . . . ccc.. TCP/IP address for customerfs Host computer (To be supplied by customer see *2).
    6ccc ccc.. Username to access Host computer (To be supplied by customer see *2).
    7ccc ccc.. Password to access Host computer (To be supplied by customer see *2).
    8ccc.YES / NO**ccc.. ccDo all of the digits with a double underlines in line 1 match exactly of those on line 3?
    9cc..____.____.____.____...........Parameter #11005 PC IP address
    *1 If the customer does not supply a TCP/IP address or Subnet Mask for machine, use TCP/IP address 192.168.200.1 and
    Subnet mask 255.255.255.0. Fill in the above blanks with this data.
    *2 If the customer does not supply Host address, username and password, use the following:
    TCP/IP address 192.168.200.10, username M700, Password M700 Fill in above blanks with this data.
    **If the answer to question number 8 is yes then change the info on line 1 to 192.168.99.1and go to Procedure 2 (page 6)
    **If the answer to question number 8 is no go to Procedure 1 (page 4)
    2
    Control Back-up procedure
    Press MAINTE hard key
    Press Mainte soft key
    Push Psswd input soft key
    Enter MPARA Push INPUT hard key
    Push All backup soft key
    Note: A memory card will
    have to be installed in the M70 control before the back up can be ran.
    Push Backup soft key
    Move highlighted area to Manual with arrow keys or select a
    different device to save backup to by pressing the Device select soft key and choosing a different
    location.
    After location is set push INPUT hard key.
    Push Y hard key and Y for Overwrite if necessary
    This will complete in a few minutes
    3
    Procedure 1 - Parameter Settings
    Press MAINTE hard key twice
    Press the Param soft key
    Use right arrow soft key until Ethrnet param soft key is displayed
    Change #1926 according to the value from line 3 on work sheet.
    Change #1927 to value from line 4 on work sheet.
    Set #9706 to 1
    Set #9711 to the value given on line 5 on work sheet
    Set #9712 to the username given on line 6 on work sheet (case sensitive)
    Set #9713 to the value given on line 7 on work sheet (case sensitive)
    Set #9714 to /
    Set #9701 - #9705 to 0 or leave blank.
    «
    Parameter #11005 PC IP address must be unique for every
    M700 series control on a customerfs network. If this is the
    first or only M700 series control, this parameter can remain unchanged. If there are other M700 series controls on
    the network, then the last set and only last set of digits of #11005 must be changed to an unused number.
    This parameter does not affect the operation of the M70 control in anyway. On the M70 control any setting will
    work.
    Cycle power on the control.
    If control does not come up, see Reinitializing procedure later in this manual (M700 Page 8)
    4
    Persistent route set up M700 series only
    A route through the NC to the PC side of the control has to be set up on the customerfs host FTP server computer and every
    computer that will be sharing the hard drive. It is called persistent because it will be valid even after cycling power on the
    customerfs computer. This has to be set in the command prompt. This is not necessary on a M70 control
    To run the Command prompt, go to the Start menu on the customerfs computer and select Run
    Type CMD in the command line and select OK
    At the > prompt type in the instructions. Note the spaces in
    between each set of commands.
    The address denoted by 192.168.100.nnn is from parameter
    #11005.
    The address sss.sss.sss.sss is the value that was set from line 3
    on work sheet (Parameter #1926).
    This is what it should look like:
    > route add .p 192.168.100.nnn sss.sss.sss.sss
    It will give an error if it is not set correctly.
    Type gExith at command prompt to close window.
    To check and see if the data was input correctly type
    >route print
    This will show the persistent routes.
    War Daemon FTP server instructions v1.65 (M700 and M70)
    File can be downloaded from: products.jgaa.com
    Other versions are available but only this one tested OK with all versions of windows and control models
    After installing software click on the lightning bolt in upper left corner to make server on-line.
    To set up a new user click on Properties then move to Security and move to Edit User.
    Under User tab click on Add.
    Input name of user from line 5 on work sheet then click OK.
    Input password in both boxes from the password from line 6 on work sheet. This is case sensitive. Click OK.
    While new user is highlighted uncheck the box labeled Disable (deny login) under User tab.
    Set a path to locate programs for transferring to control and back. While new user is highlighted select the File Access tab.
    Click on the Add button and browse to the folder the programs will be pulled from. Click OK.
    Select all boxes on the right except the DENY box. All boxes should have a white background with a black check mark.
    If you click on the boxes with the grayed out check marks they will change to this setting. Click OK.
    The customer can change access rights and such after
    everything has been proven.
    To test go to the machine and press MAINTE hard key
    Press Input/Output soft key
    Device A: Ethernet
    Push List update soft key
    You should see the list of files that the War FTPD was
    set up to look at on the Host computer.
    Finished with Procedure!
    5
    Procedure 2 - Parameter Settings
    Press MAINTE hard key twice
    Press the Param soft key
    Use right arrow soft key until Ethrnet param soft key is displayed and press it
    Change #1934 to 192.168.99.1 Local IP address
    Change Connect NC address to
    192.168.99.1
    These do not exist on M70
    Change #11005 to 192.168.99.* see note below on last set of digits PC IP address
    Change PC Gateway to 192.168.99.1
    Change #1926 according to the value from line 3 on work sheet.
    Change #1927 to value from line 4 on work sheet.
    Set #9706 to 1
    Set #9711 to the value given on line 5 on work sheet
    Set #9712 to the username given on line 6 on work sheet (case sensitive)
    Set #9713 to the value given on line 7 on work sheet (case sensitive)
    Set #9714 to /
    Set #9701 - #9705 to 0 or leave blank.
    *Parameter #11005 PC IP address must be unique for every
    M700 series control on a customerfs network. If this is the
    first or only M700 series control, this parameter can remain unchanged. If there are other M700 series controls on
    the network, then the last set and only last set of digits of #11005 must be changed to an unused number.
    This parameter does not affect the operation of the M70 control in anyway. On the M70 control any setting will
    work.
    Cycle power on the control.
    6
    Persistent route set up M700 series only
    A route through the NC to the PC side of the control has to be set up on the customerfs host FTP server computer and every
    computer that will be sharing the hard drive. It is called persistent because it will be valid even after cycling power on the
    customerfs computer. This has to be set in the command prompt. This is not necessary on a M70 control
    To run the Command prompt, go to the Start menu on the customerfs computer and select Run
    Type CMD in the command line and select OK
    At the > prompt type in the instructions. Note the spaces in between each set of commands.
    The address denoted by 192.168.99.nnn is from parameter #11005.
    The address 192.168.100.sss is the value that was set from line 3 on work sheet (Parameter #1926).
    This is what it should look like:
    > route add .p 192.168.99.nnn 192.168.100.sss
    It will give an error if it is not set correctly.
    Type gExith at command prompt to close window.
    To check and see if the data was input correctly type
    >route print
    This will show the persistent routes.
    War Daemon FTP server instructions v1.65 (M700 and M70)
    File can be downloaded from: products.jgaa.com
    Other versions are available but only this one tested OK with all versions of windows and control models
    After installing software click on the lightning bolt in upper left corner to make server on-line.
    To set up a new user click on Properties then move to Security and move to Edit User.
    Under User tab click on Add.
    Input name of user from line 5 on work sheet then click OK.
    Input password in both boxes from the password from line 6 on work sheet. This is case sensitive. Click OK.
    While new user is highlighted uncheck the box labeled Disable (deny login) under User tab.
    Set a path to locate programs for transferring to control and back. While new user is highlighted select the File Access tab.
    Click on the Add button and browse to the folder the programs will be pulled from. Click OK.
    Select all boxes on the right except the DENY box. All boxes should have a white background with a black check mark.
    If you click on the boxes with the grayed out check marks they will change to this setting. Click OK.
    The customer can change access rights and such after
    everything has been proven.
    To test go to the machine and press MAINTE hard key
    Press Input/Output soft key
    Device A: Ethernet
    Push List update soft key
    You should see the list of files that the War FTPD was
    set up to look at on the Host computer.
    Finished with Procedure!
    7
    Reinitializing and Restore Control Procedure M700 series
    Shut off control
    Locate NC control and rotary switch CS2
    Move switch to letter C
    Power on
    When the display on NC to reads 0y all the parameters and NC programs
    have been erased.
    Parameter #1926 is now 192.168.200.1 and #1934 is 192.168.100.1
    If the control is coming up with a NC-PC communication error, you will have to change the TCP/IP address and MELCFG
    addresses back to the original values. This can be done without having the control ready.
    Original values of MELCFG TCP1=192.168.100.1,683
    Original value of Windows TCP/IP IP address 192.168.100.2
    Subnet mask 255.255.255.0
    Default Gateway 192.168.100.1
    See the following pages on restoring the original values to the windows side of the controlc
    8
    Changing the MELCFG file to original values M700 series
    1. Press CTRL hard key
    2. Press ALTER hard key
    3. Press DELETE hard key
    4. Use arrow keys and move to Task Manager, then push INPUT hard key
    5. Push ALTER hard key, then push F hard key
    6. New Task(Run) will be highlighted, push INPUT hard key
    7. Use up/down arrow keys and scroll until C:\WINDOWS\explorer.exe is in the box
    8. Use tab key to highlight OK and push INPUT hard key
    9. Press down arrow hard key to highlight My Computer
    10. Press right arrow hard key to expand it
    11. Press down arrow hard key to highlight Local Disk (C
    12. Press right arrow hard key to expand it
    13. Press down arrow hard key to highlight WINDOWS
    14. Use tab key to move to the panel on the right
    15. Press down arrow key until melcfg is highlighted
    16. Press INPUT hard key
    This will open the file
    17. Use page down button or arrow down key to get to the last line of
    the file
    Edit if needed so it looks like the following:
    [HOSTS]
    TCP1=192.168.100.1,683
    Push ALTER hard key, then push F hard key
    Use arrow keys to highlight Save and then push INPUT hard key
    Push ALTER hard key, then push F hard key
    Use arrow keys to highlight Exit and then push INPUT hard key
    Now close the explorer window, push ALTER hard key, then push F hard key
    Use arrow keys to highlight Close and then push INPUT hard key
    9
    Change TCP/IP address of Windows PC side of M700 series
    With Windows Task Manager already started
    Push ALTER hard key, then push F hard key
    New Task(Run) will be highlighted, push INPUT hard key
    Use up/down arrow keys and scroll until C:\WINDOWS\system32\control.exe is in the box
    Use tab key to highlight OK and push INPUT hard key
    Use arrow hard keys to move to Network Connections
    Push INPUT hard key
    Use arrow keys to highlight Local Area Connection (make sure it is highlighted)
    Push ALTER hard key, then push F hard key
    Use arrow keys to highlight Properties and then push INPUT hard key
    Push down arrow until Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) is highlighted
    Push ALTER hard key, then push R hard key
    Use tab key to highlight first set of numbers in IP address
    Input 192.168.100.2 in the IP address area
    Press the tab key twice to highlight Default gateway
    Input 192.168.100.1 in the Default gateway
    Use tab key to highlight OK and push INPUT hard key
    Use tab key to highlight Close and push INPUT hard key, to close Local Area Connection
    Properties
    Now close the Control Panel window, push ALTER hard key, then push F hard key
    Use arrow keys to highlight Close and then push INPUT hard key
    To close the Windows Task Manager, push ALTER hard key, then push F hard key
    Use arrow keys to highlight Exit Task Manager and then push INPUT hard key
    Turn off power on the control
    Locate NC control and rotary switch CS2
    Move switch to number 0
    Power on
    10
    If the control comes up ready the parameters and files can be restored
    Press MAINTE hard key
    Press Mainte soft key
    Push Psswd input soft key
    Enter MPARA Push INPUT hard key
    Push All backup soft key
    Push Restore soft key
    Move highlighted area to Manual with arrow keys or select a different
    device to restore backup to by pressing the Device select soft key and
    choosing a different location.
    After location is set push INPUT hard key.
    Push Y hard key twice
    This will complete in a few minutes
    Press MAINTE hard key
    Press the Param soft key
    Use right arrow soft key until Ethrnet param soft key is displayed and press it
    Change #1926 to 0.0.0.0 Global IP address
    Change #1934 to 192.168.100.1 Local IP address
    Change Connect NC address to 192.168.100.1
    Change #11005 to 192.168.100.2 PC IP address
    Change PC Gateway to 192.168.100.1
    Cycle power on the control.
    11
    HDD Sharing procedure M700 series only - WinXP
    Open Windows Explorer.
    Type in the address from Parameter 11005 proceeded by g\\h
    without the quotes.
    When the Control connects a logon window will pop up.
    User name: administrator
    Password: CNC
    Click on the ncfile folder. This is the HDD for the control.
    To create a shortcut to add to your desktop. Open My Network
    Places. Browse until you find the IP address of the control. Right
    click on the ncfile folder.
    Select Map Network Drive from the popup list.
    Select a drive letter and check the Reconnect at logon option.
    Then click on Finish
    Click on My Computer and find the drive you just added.
    You can drag this folder to the Desktop folder or copy and paste it there.
    12
    Troubleshooting
    These are some procedures to test and try if the directions in this manual are not working.
    The M700 control is set up to auto configure. Most newer PCs, laptops, switches and routers can do this also. This means that it
    does not matter if you use a cross-over cable or a patch cable, as long as you get the link lights on the NC and the PC, it is
    connected. The link lights are usually located right next to the Ethernet connection ports and stay on a steady green when
    connected. If you donft get a connection then the device you have wired to the control is not set up for Auto Configure and you
    must use the appropriate cable.
    On the Host PC:
    Go to the CMD screen and try to ping the addresses found in parameters #1926 and #11005. To run the Command prompt, go to
    the Start menu on the customerfs computer and select Run
    Type CMD in the command line and select OK
    A reply for the address in #1926 indicates that the PC
    and NC are physically connected. If you do not get a
    reply check the addresses and cable connections.
    A reply from the address in #11005 indicates that HD
    sharing and FTP communication should work. If you
    do not get a reply check some of the address from the
    control side as listed below.
    On the Control:
    1. Press CTRL hard key
    2. Press ALTER hard key
    3. Press DELETE hard key
    4. Use arrow keys and move to Task Manager, then push INPUT hard key
    5. Push ALTER hard key, then push F hard key
    6. New Task(Run) will be highlighted, push INPUT hard key
    7. Type CMD in the box and then OK
    8. When the CMD window opens try gpingingh the addresses found in parameters
    #1926, #1934, #11005 and #9711. You should get a greplyh for each address.
    If addresses from #11005 or #9711 do not reply you may need to add 2 persistent
    routes to the NC control. This would be done in the CMD window on the NC and
    the syntax is the same as described in the procedure to add persistent routes to the
    PC.
    At the > prompt type in the instructions. Note the spaces in between each set of commands.
    Persistent route 1: The first address is from parameter #9711 and the second address is from parameter #1934.
    Persistent route 2: The first address is from parameter #1926 and the second address is from parameter #1934.
    This is what it should look like:
    (#9711) (#1934)
    > route add .p nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn sss.sss.sss.sss
    (#1926) (#1934)
    > route add .p xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx sss.sss.sss.sss
    13
    To check and see if the data was input correctly type
    >route print
    This will show the persistent routes.
    You should be able to ping all of the addresses from the NC
    command prompt window.
    HD sharing issues
    You may find that you can drag files from the NC HD but not drop files on the NC HD. In this case the Windows XP on the NC
    will need to have the rights changed that reading and writing are possible to the D drive of the control.
    To set this up do the following:
    1. Press CTRL hard key
    2. Press ALTER hard key
    3. Press DELETE hard key
    4. Use arrow keys and move to Task Manager, then push INPUT hard key
    5. Push ALTER hard key, then push F hard key
    6. New Task(Run) will be highlighted, push INPUT hard key
    7. Use up/down arrow keys and scroll until C:\WINDOWS\explorer.exe is in the box
    8. Use tab key to highlight OK and push INPUT hard key
    9. Press the down arrow key until My Computer is highlighted
    10. Press the right arrow key
    11. Press the down arrow key until Local Disk (D is highlighted
    12. Press the right arrow key
    13. Press the down arrow key until ncfile is highlighted
    14. Press the ALTER hard key, then the F hard key
    15. Press the R hard key
    16. This should open the properties window. Press the tab key until General tab is highlighted.
    17. Use the right arrow key and highlight the Sharing tab
    18. Press the ALTER hard key, then the P hard key. The Share Permissions window should be open.
    19. Use the tab key until Full Control Allow is highlighted, and then press the SP hard key. This
    should put a check mark on the Full Control box. Repeat this until all Allow boxes are checked.
    20. When finished press the Input hard key 2 times to close both windows.
    21. Press the ALTER hard key, then the F hard key, then the C hard key to close the explorer.
    22. Press the ALTER hard key, then the F hard key, then the X hard key to close the Task Manager.
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    Thank you very much to Mr botha.y . You are such a Veteran. Keep the good job up!

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    Re: MITSUBISHI 700/70 Series ETHERNET PROCEDURES

    Quote Originally Posted by botha.y View Post
    Obviously you'd have to give me your email if you want the actual document with the pictures and all. Anyways, here are the procedures, FTP with War Daemon V1.65.
    Hi!

    I have M70 with old working ethernet parameters configured.
    (See attached screen image please)

    And i'm using Win7/x64.

    WarFTP is installed but i have problems with it's configuring..

    Now i have installed original Mitsubishi NC Explorer instead of WarFTP,
    but have problems with it too.

    Can You tell me how to determine the IP addresses of the M70 and PC and where to put them in the settings on M70?
    Its looks like the my PC address is 192.168.0.104

    ===============
    On PC:
    C>ping 192.168.100.1 - runs Ok. (Its #1934)
    ===============



    Thanks.

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    Re: MITSUBISHI 700/70 Series ETHERNET PROCEDURES

    )) Sorry, all OK.

    Thanks a lot.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails OK!.jpg  

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    Re: MITSUBISHI 700/70 Series ETHERNET PROCEDURES

    What is the working address in the end?

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