xale12
I do evreything like your guid in openPLC project but it is not working yet . Here is my runtime logs in OpenPLC runtime when i started my PLC project  . OpenPLC Runtime starting...
Interactive Server: Listening on port 43628
Warning: Persistent Storage file not found
Issued start_modbus() command to start on port: 502
Server: Listening on port 502
Server: waiting for new client...
Issued start_dnp3() command to start on port: 20000
DNP3 ID manager: Starting thread (0)
DNP3 ID DNP3_Server: Listening on: 0.0.0.0:20000
Issued start_enip() command to start on port: 44818
Server: Listening on port 44818
Server: waiting for new client...
Issued stop_pstorage() command
   
It is m first time do it so I hope that you can help me Thahnk ou alot 😃
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xale12
The problem that i can not turn on the light by button so i don't know that a problems is b my hardware or my software 
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thiagoralves
Hard to tell because you haven't shown us neither your hardware or your software.
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xale12
Thank you for replying my question sir. I just  solved it yesterday . As you can see the error start when the sever listening on port 44818 (ethernet ip sever) . I think that the error happened because i did not use ethernet ,and i used wifi  .So that i untick ethernet/ip sever in setting page, and the project active recently. Anyway , Thank you alot sir 🙂 .
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thiagoralves
This makes absolutely no sense. EtherNet/IP (the “IP” here stands for “Industrial Protocol”) has nothing to do with WiFi or Ethernet cable. There isn’t any error on your log. The server was just started and waiting for someone to connect. 
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xale12
Hmm... Sorry thiago .. I mistook it with internet protocol (IP) .But luckily ,I fixed it by untick the current that is "Enable ethernet/IP sever like in the image .Before i did it, I could not turn on my led by button  in my hardware .It run perfectly now .By the way,i have a project about "  Research on building IoT control solutions for industrial applications using Raspberry PI and OpenPLC" . Do you have any suggestion for me? Thank alot .
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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thiagoralves
I'm pretty sure if you enable EtherNet/IP server it will continue working the same way. About your research project, just pick something you want to automate (garage door, irrigation system, etc) and create an HMI for it (either on ScadaBR or any other HMI software). Then deploy the HMI on the cloud and there you have an IoT control solution.
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xale12
i want to control industrial equipment with cloud computing and openplc , but I can not think about any solution yet . I try to use node red to deploy with open PLC but the app node red contrib open PLC does  not work any more . Do you have any document or link to help me with this problem .
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thiagoralves
You don’t need node red for this. As I said, all you need is an HMI. PLCs talk using automation protocols. OpenPLC can talk Modbus, DNP3 and EtherNet/IP. Using any of those protocols you can control your PLC application. If you want a smooth start, I recommend Modbus since it is the simplest and most widespread protocol. Start by creating an HMI on your local machine using ScadaBR, and let it read values from your application using Modbus. Then, once it is working, get an Amazon instance, install ScadaBR in there, make an SSH tunnel from your amazon instance to your PLC and then you’re good. You can access ScadaBR from anywhere since it is in the cloud and therefore you can control your PLC from anywhere
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xale12
I don`t really like Scadabr because approximately all the tutorial video that I can find in youtube of  scadabr is  using spainish  so I choose nodered . But your suggestion still help me . Now , I can use nodered to comunicate with open PLC properly .Thank you alot 🙂)
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xale12
Another problem , I want to remote access Port Forwarding 8080 but It is already in use .SO can I change the port 8080 of open PLC 
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thiagoralves
https://openplc.discussion.community/post/change-listen-port-from-8080-to-another-10270851?pid=1309540877&highlight=8080
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