Re: Find my CP4!!! How annoying!
Three things I would try:
1) You could use an IP scanner utility (such as https://www.advanced-ip-scanner.com/) and scan the entire subnet (use the 3 first bytes of your computer's IP address + .0/24. e.g. if your IP is 192.168.0.16, type-in 192.168.0.0/24 in the search bar of the scanner app). If your CP4 actually has an IP address in the same subnet as your computer, it should find and list it.
2) Use the following math (from the CP4 manual) to calculate the default IP address and connect directly to your CP4 through an ethernet cable. Then change the IP address of your network card to 169.254.0.1 with subnet mask 255.255.0.0 :
3) If you still can't find it, use the IP scanner app again to scan the entire 169.254.0.0/16 subnet. That could take a couple of minutes as it needs to go through the 65,000+ possible adresses, but should find it in the end.
Hope this helps...
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Envoyé : 29 janvier 2021 19:42
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Objet : [ap-gto] Find my CP4!!! How annoying!
Well, after a power failure I go out to use my scope and the IP address is changed. Looking through my router, there is no indication of it.
So, read the manual and I have to download a JAVA applet.
It needs a user name and password!!!
Any alternatives or do I have to wait until Monday for the shop to open?
First time in my life I have seen a network interface with no possibility to do anything except guess.