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2000ivs2 direct connect

2000ivs2 direct connect

2000ivs2 direct connect

We have a 2000ivs2 that we can not direct connect too, we have ruled out the cable, the pc,and the cp14.Could their be a problem in the programming,we connect remotely just fine.The error message comes up: Error Ox20053,unknown divice error on device,Direct://Ocala Springs Direct@converted folder.Thanks for any help.

RE: 2000ivs2 direct connect

Have you tried direct connecting to port 1 on the cpu by shutting off switch 4 when direct connecting, then turning it back on for modem connections?

RE: 2000ivs2 direct connect

Yes but it also failed,any other suggestions,thanks.

RE: 2000ivs2 direct connect

Yes but it also failed.any other suggestions,thanks.

RE: 2000ivs2 direct connect

Next I would look at command 4000>0>and be sure it says none. Also try manipulating the other 40 commands for port 0.  

RE: 2000ivs2 direct connect

what are you using to connect with Matworx studio or Matworx IPS

RE: 2000ivs2 direct connect

After you have verified your baud rate in command 4008>
Try connecting with hyper terminal.
The commands are as follows
Turn on your Caps Lock
Also set up you properties as vt100
F2 . (period)

F3 : (Colon)

F4  Enter

F6 - (dash)

F8 Space bar

F9 / (forward Slash)


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