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PostPosted: Fri Jan 03, 2020 11:33 am 

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I have a PFC200 (750-8207) with 3G and would like to reach this controller for maintenance and reprogramming work via the cell phone connection. I want to create an IP table on the 8207 so that I could remotely revise my program through eCockpit. I would know which eCockpit ports are important for port forwarding? I read the manual: (11740: Codesys Port, 6626 WAGO Connection).
For remote access, I first send an SMS with my cell phone to the controller, which then replies with an SMS that contains the current IP address. In Codesys V2 I use the current IP address + port.
I can revise the program based on my IP table. (See Attachment)

in Codesys V2 works without problems. But in eCockpit you cannot enter port. I can only enter an IP address in the fields and can not connect through PFC200 (750-8207) with 3G to other PLC (the 750-8207 can be connected)

Thank you in advance for your efforts and I look forward to your feedback.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 17, 2020 6:00 pm 

Joined: Tue Dec 04, 2018 7:45 pm
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With e!Runtime I used 11740 for remote access. 6626 is for IOCheck software as far as i know.

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