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Old September 16th, 2020, 10:54 AM   #1
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Giddings & Lewis Pic 90 Question

First I'd like to say this was a working system before anything was done. The processor failed. I replaced it with an exact kind. I have a PIC 90 that I can communicate to via serial. I downloaded the Main ldo to the processor. I change my comms in PicPro to TCP/IP. It won't connect. I checked the setup in the G&L TCP/IP module and it is correct. I can ping the ip address but the software still will not connect. When I reconnect serially and animate the main ldo I can see the OPC_Enet UDFB has an erro of 1003 which tells me the processor isn't talking to the ethernet module either.

Can anyone help me please?????????
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