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ABB virtual controller connection
#1
Hello,

I read several information about real robot connection in the forum. But is it possible to make a connection between RoboDK and an ABB virtual controller? 

In my ABB virtual controller PC Interface option is activated and the IP address of the controller is 192.168.125.1

I have attached pack&go and robodk station to check it. An error message also appears in the abb teach pendant: "Socket error - the specified address is invalid. The only valid addresses are the LAN address of the controller or the service port address, 192.168.125.1"

here the attachments
#2
I believe you forgot to attach your files.

I never tested connecting to a virtual robot using ABB RobotStudio. Did you try setting the IP to "localhost" or "127.0.0.1"?

Or you can also try with a valid IP address on your computer.
#3
Hello,

I hope the files are correctly attached now. I tryied with localhost and IP 127.0.0.1 and I looked at which port we can connect to robotstudio by netstat in cmd. I am guessing it was port 5354. But roboDK can not connect. Maybe, I am doing something wrong. 

 
We added RoboDK as an exclusive to allow the program going through the firewall. I can't disable firewall in my company laptop due to company policies. 


You said you never tried to connect robodk to robotstudio. So, the option to connect to the robot (https://robodk.com/doc/en/Robot-Calibrat...robot.html) is only valid for a real robot controller?


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.rdk   test1.rdk (Size: 3.25 MB / Downloads: 38)
.zip   RoboDK_test1.zip (Size: 4.06 MB / Downloads: 26)
#4
We only did it with the real robot, but it doesn't mean it's not possible with Robotstudio, just that we never tried.

Jeremy
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