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KRC4 Unable to connect.
#1
Hey guys,
Followed the instructions on setting up the Kuka Driver. Copied KukaVarProxy and made shortcut in startup folder. Added NAT rule for port 7000 tcp/udp.
Updated the config.dat in STEU. Copied the src in programs. 
Now from RoboDK when I ping the robot it says success, but when I click "connect" it hangs.
Managed to do this successfully on a KRC2.

   
#2
Do you have a KRC4 based on Windows 10?

New KUKA KRC4 controllers use Windows 10 IOT operating system. If your controller is using Windows 10 you should stop the process nginx.exe before starting the KUKAVARPROXY application to allow using the port 7000. We recently added a note in our documentation:
https://robodk.com/doc/en/Robots-KUKA.html#DriverKUKA
  




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