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Still cannot Connect to UR10e Robot
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I thought I had solved some of my issues yesterday, but the same "Waiting" response when trying to connect to the robot is happening again today. Here's the log file:

Disconnected
Stopped
Starting robot driver: C:/RoboDK/api/robot/apiur.exe
Starting...
Not started
Sending command...
RoboDK driver for UR v3.9.0
Loading settings: C:/Users/brk57/AppData/Roaming/RoboDK-Drivers/apiur.exe.ini
MoveJ with Joints: Yes
MoveL with Joints: Yes
MoveL as: movel(...)
Controller Version: 3
Communication Timeout (ms): 1000
Disconnected
Available local IP addresses (IPv4):
192.168.1.24
192.168.1.52
Server established: 192.168.1.24:30000
Connected to 192.168.1.25:30002. Sending program :/progrobodk.script...
Updating computer IP on program: 192.168.1.24
Updating computer port on program: 30000
Program sent.
Waiting...
Sending command...
Closing previous connection...
Available local IP addresses (IPv4):
192.168.1.24
192.168.1.52
Server established: 192.168.1.24:30000
Connected to 192.168.1.25:30002. Sending program :/progrobodk.script...
Updating computer IP on program: 192.168.1.24
Updating computer port on program: 30000
Program sent.
Waiting...
Sending command...
Disconnected
Sending command...
Closing previous connection...
Available local IP addresses (IPv4):
192.168.1.24
192.168.1.52
Server established: 192.168.1.24:30000
Connected to 192.168.1.25:30002. Sending program :/progrobodk.script...
Updating computer IP on program: 192.168.1.24
Updating computer port on program: 30000
Program sent.
Waiting...
Sending command...
Disconnected
Sending command...
Closing previous connection...
Available local IP addresses (IPv4):
192.168.1.24
192.168.1.52
Server established: 192.168.1.24:30000
Connected to 192.168.1.25:30002. Sending program :/progrobodk.script...
Updating computer IP on program: 192.168.1.24
Updating computer port on program: 30000
Program sent.
Waiting...

I thought yesterday the connection turned to "Ready" when I dropped the RoboDK_driver script file onto the robot in Robodk which I had downloaded attached to a thread in the forum yesterday, but it didn't seem to matter this morning. (I tried a couple of times this morning) Obviously I must be missing some steps in establishing connection to the robot...

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Sorry about posting a "newbie" question! I had forgotten to turn off my Windows Firewall which I had done yesterday!

Can someone post the exact steps I need to do to setup an exception in the firewall so this doesn't happen again?

Mucho thanks!
  




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