one port of controller is a DHCP server.
I need to disable it since it spam a network it is connected to.
We have a Jaka camera connected and we need to have an access to robot (and camera software) from various computers over network and this DHCP thing is killing the idea.
I don’t really get it.
A user has no access to a controller OS (and filesystem), no access to switch control… Why? How can I control a network switch of a robot controller or robot IP adress if for example we will have more than 1 robot installed?
To which port are you connected with Switch ? Front or bottom port ?
One of the port is indeed static and can’t access inner software for camera inside the controller.
You need to connect the switch to bottom port which is dynamic IP address and will be able to change if through JAKA app and be same root as camera and computer. Then you will be able to connect.
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