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Controller security against network hacking?

Every so often, I get a spate of controller lockups across my campus (10+ Netlinx controllers), and the controller and panel has to be rebooted before the panel will come back online. Right now the controllers are all 'out of the box' condition in terms of security and passwords.

I suspect it's either our network group or a rogue student with access to our wired network doing invasive scanning / hacking. Is there a "best practice" for locking controllers down so they are reasonably secure against hackers? Or should I try to have our networking group firewall the device from everything but the panel and the local and my own remote subnet?

Thanks,

Comments

  • Jimweir192Jimweir192 Junior Member Posts: 502
    Does the master become unresponsive to IP - ie can you still Ping it or not? It might be worth checking your Buffers and Threshold values (& max values) as this is more likely to be the cause...

    The other issue that shows up in this way is strong wireless interference - are you using MVP panels? If so it might be worth looking around with Netstumbler to see what activity is going on locally.

    Surely the network admin, doesn't allow scanning of the network regardless. The password protection on the Masters is unlikly to foil a determined hacker, but it is definately worth deploying if randoms have access to the network, at least it will deter casual browsing of the masters web and telnet interfaces.
  • fogled@mizzou[email protected] h4x354x0r Posts: 549
    In the instances I've been able to investigate (rather than having the controller power cycled to get a class or presentation going), I have not been able to ping the master. I've checked the buffer and threshold values on some controllers, but not the one I was dealing with today.

    I am using one MVP8400 panel. I used to have it running from a discreet WAP, but was experiencing this problem. I finally removed the discreet WAP and got the panel set up on our campus wireless network, and the problem - at least on this system - went away for several months, but has come back. There's a microwave about 15 feet away from the equipment, but there shouldn't be much of anything else in terms of possible wireless interference. Oh, I haven't investigated for new cordless phone handsets yet, either.

    I think I may be working at 2 different problems here:

    One is a campus-wide, extremely intermittent controller lockup problem. The last time it happened was when our Networking group started a new scanning policy to find and eradicate "unauthorized" devices (discreet hubs, switches, and WAPs) from the network. But just late last week and early this week, I've seen a handful of controller lockups pop back up.

    I think this one I'm working on today may have additional problems - likely what Jim noted above, or something similar along those lines, or possibly some other glitch coming from our network system.

    Thanks for the tips!
  • fogled@mizzou[email protected] h4x354x0r Posts: 549
    This thing is locking up all the time now. Can't connect or ping via IP, but I connected via serial OK. Can anyone help me understand what this all means? Here's the log:
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------\par
      1: 01-10-2031 FRI 15:59:25 Interpreter           \par
         CIpEvent::OffLine 10001:1:1\par
      2: 01-10-2031 FRI 15:59:25 ConnectionManager     \par
         No Ping Response (s=1 d=10001) wait time=30000 mS\par
      3: 01-10-2031 FRI 16:48:23 Interpreter           \par
         CIpEvent::OffLine 32001:1:1\par
      4: 01-10-2031 FRI 16:46:27 Interpreter           \par
         CIpEvent::OnLine 32001:1:1\par
      5: 01-10-2031 FRI 16:46:12 Interpreter           \par
         CIpEvent::OffLine 32001:1:1\par
      6: 01-10-2031 FRI 16:12:22 ConnectionManager     \par
         Memory Available = 41632984 <57296>\par
      7: 01-10-2031 FRI 16:10:50 ConnectionManager     \par
         Memory Available = 41690280 <14400>\par
      8: 01-10-2031 FRI 16:10:49 ConnectionManager     \par
         Memory Available = 41704680 <11808>\par
      9: 01-10-2031 FRI 16:10:47 ConnectionManager     \par
         Memory Available = 41716488 <16064>\par
     10: 01-10-2031 FRI 16:10:45 ConnectionManager     \par
         Memory Available = 41732552 <77776>\par
     11: 01-10-2031 FRI 16:10:37 ConnectionManager     \par
         Memory Available = 41810328 <66208>\par
     12: 01-10-2031 FRI 16:10:08 TelnetSvr             \par
         Accepted Telnet connection:socket=32 addr=128.206.58.13 port=50634\par
     13: 01-10-2031 FRI 16:09:37 Interpreter           \par
         CIpEvent::OnLine 32001:1:1\par
     14: 01-10-2031 FRI 16:04:46 ConnectionManager     \par
         Memory Available = 41876536 <18480>\par
     15: 01-10-2031 FRI 16:04:45 ConnectionManager     \par
         Memory Available = 41895016 <25936>\par
     16: 01-10-2031 FRI 16:04:35 ConnectionManager     \par
         Memory Available = 41920952 <14816>\par
     17: 01-10-2031 FRI 16:04:34 ConnectionManager     \par
         Memory Available = 41935768 <160824>\par
     18: 01-10-2031 FRI 16:04:31 ConnectionManager     \par
         Memory Available = 42096592 <13528>\par
     19: 01-10-2031 FRI 16:04:31 Unknown               \par
         16:04:31.749 EVENT  Started HttpContext[/]\par
     20: 01-10-2031 FRI 16:04:30 ConnectionManager     \par
         Memory Available = 42110120 <79544>\par
    

    BTW, I did reset the date / time in the controller. I have no idea how it got so wacked out. Could that contribute to the problem?

    Thanks,
  • Spire_JeffSpire_Jeff Formerly Caffeinated Programmer Posts: 1,917
    Are you able to disconnect it from the main network and use a crossover cable to connect your computer directly to the processor? (You should have static IP address on both devices for this to be reliable) If this doesn't work, try disabling the program from running and see if it works afterward.

    You might also want to try going into debug to see if it complains about the program tkn not matching. If that is the case, it's possible someone hijacked your processor :(. With that thought in mind, I am not sure if you are doing it now, but I would advise not putting the code on the processor so it can't be extracted.

    Just a couple thoughts,
    Jeff
  • fogled@mizzou[email protected] h4x354x0r Posts: 549
    Direct crossover network cable: not tried yet, but it's very unlikely. A reboot of the controller always brings everything back up. I'll try disabling the program as soon as I get another FAIL. Hasn't happened yet.

    No complaints about non-matching tokens in Debug. That seems to work OK. I do have code stored on the master. In a big org like this, with me, others, and sometimes outside vendors working on systems, I've been bitten - totally hosed really - by not having the code stored on the master. I'll consider changing that practice, but I want to make sure I've always got good backups of the code somewhere. Any installs I've done in the last year, I've burnt a copy of the code to a CD whenever I change it, and slip the CD in a sleeve in the cabinet. But before that, and before I started doing the AMX programming, it was just luck and pluck whether or not I could even get code to do updates.
  • HedbergHedberg Junior Member Posts: 671
    Look at TN 544. I don't know if this is your problem, of course, but it should be easy to reset the masters to turn UDP off. There are a couple other tech notes which talk about problems with UDP.

    I've only seen one problem like this and it was on a system that we were required to use the existing network. I think there were seven or eight masters linked up and one or more were locking up very frequently -- within ten minutes of being put on line. The situation was one of those with a tightly controlled network with managed Cisco switches and no real access to network configuration or information. Just about the only thing we could get from the network people was the IP addresses they wanted us to use and even that was a problem. Typical OCD network people. We tried everything we could think of without success but when we turned off UDP (after stumbling on TN544) we never saw the problem again. Not sure if that was what fixed it or not, but it's probably worth a test.
  • fogled@mizzou[email protected] h4x354x0r Posts: 549
    Hedberg wrote: »
    Typical OCD network people.

    That made me laugh out loud. Thank you for making my day. And here at MU, yes: not just OCD, but the emotional maturity of 10-year-olds.

    And on a serious note, thanks for turning me on to the TN. That shoe fits my problem foot fairly well, I'll definitely wear it.
  • ericmedleyericmedley Senior Member - 4000+ posts Posts: 4,177
    And here at MU, yes:

    My old alma matter.
    :)
  • fogled@mizzou[email protected] h4x354x0r Posts: 549
    Hedberg wrote: »
    Look at TN 544. I don't know if this is your problem, of course, but it should be easy to reset the masters to turn UDP off.

    I can't find the actual "set udp bc rate" command in any references anywhere except that TN - not the NetLinx software history or the Netlinx Keywords help, or anywhere else. I would think this command would either go in the DEFINE_START or an ONLINE event for the master, but where is the best place to park this command?

    thanks,
  • Marc ScheibeinMarc Scheibein Junior Member Posts: 669
    The "set udp bc rate" command is only available in terminal/telnet. If it is noted in a manual, then in the corresponding master's operation manual.
    The value you set is saved permanently, so it only has to be done once.
  • fogled@mizzou[email protected] h4x354x0r Posts: 549
    The "set udp bc rate" command is only available in terminal/telnet.

    Oh... duh. Being a little bit dense of late.

    FYI - I updated the master firmware on this unit from 3.21.something to the latest 3.30.371, and the device firmware from 1.12.140 to 1.13.7. So far, the system has not had any more problems since that firmware update.
  • fogled@mizzou[email protected] h4x354x0r Posts: 549
    The panel seems to be staying online, but I still don't understand why it looks like the NSX Application keeps going offline and back online again. I have not updated the UDP broadcast setting yet, and don't entirely understand whether or not the buffers and threshold values are OK. Can anyone lend an eye to this log? It's the whole shebang since the reboot after the firmware upgrade. Thanks...
    1	08-06-2008 WED 15:45:22	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 41615160 <15360>
    2	08-06-2008 WED 15:45:18	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 41630520 <85168>
    3	08-06-2008 WED 15:45:15	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 41715688 <80656>
    4	08-06-2008 WED 15:45:14	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 41796344 <70152>
    5	08-06-2008 WED 15:37:09	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 41866496 <10936>
    6	08-06-2008 WED 15:34:58	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 32001:1:1
    7	08-06-2008 WED 15:34:58	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 41877432 <36064>
    8	08-06-2008 WED 15:34:08	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 41913496 <34240>
    9	08-06-2008 WED 15:33:08	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 41947736 <13536>
    10	08-06-2008 WED 15:29:34	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 41961272 <39808>
    11	08-06-2008 WED 15:29:20	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 42001080 <18080>
    12	08-06-2008 WED 15:29:19	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 42019160 <110984>
    13	08-06-2008 WED 15:29:18	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 42130144 <75968>
    14	08-06-2008 WED 15:29:10	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 42206112 <82520>
    15	08-06-2008 WED 15:29:09	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 42288632 <110448>
    16	08-06-2008 WED 15:29:08	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 42399080 <10384>
    17	08-06-2008 WED 12:51:23	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 32001:1:1
    18	08-06-2008 WED 09:28:54	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 32001:1:1
    19	08-06-2008 WED 09:13:16	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 32001:1:1
    20	08-05-2008 TUE 16:59:08	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 32001:1:1
    21	08-05-2008 TUE 15:14:17	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 32001:1:1
    22	08-05-2008 TUE 15:14:17	ConnectionManager	 No Ping Response (s=1 d=32001) wait time=30000 mS
    23	08-05-2008 TUE 13:51:39	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 32001:1:1
    24	08-05-2008 TUE 13:22:42	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 32001:1:1
    25	08-05-2008 TUE 13:22:35	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 32001:1:1
    26	08-05-2008 TUE 13:22:11	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 32001:1:1
    27	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:23	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 32001:1:1
    28	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:17:1
    29	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:16:1
    30	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:15:1
    31	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:14:1
    32	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:13:1
    33	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:12:1
    34	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:11:1
    35	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:10:1
    36	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:9:1
    37	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:8:1
    38	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:7:1
    39	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:6:1
    40	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:5:1
    41	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:4:1
    42	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:3:1
    43	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:2:1
    44	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:1:1
    45	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 5001:17:1
    46	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 5001:16:1
    47	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 5001:15:1
    48	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 5001:14:1
    49	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 5001:13:1
    50	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 5001:12:1
    51	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 5001:11:1
    52	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 5001:10:1
    53	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 5001:9:1
    54	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 5001:8:1
    55	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 5001:7:1
    56	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 5001:6:1
    57	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 5001:5:1
    58	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 5001:4:1
    59	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 5001:3:1
    60	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 5001:2:1
    61	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:07	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 5001:1:1
    62	08-05-2008 TUE 13:21:05	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 32001:1:1
    63	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:31	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 42409464 <32784>
    64	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:30	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 32001:1:1
    65	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:13	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OffLine 32001:1:1
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    67	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:11	Unknown	 IPDeviceDetector.run(): joined multicast group
    68	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:10	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 32001:1:1
    69	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:10	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 42462728 <41056>
    70	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 10001:1:1
    71	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:17:1
    72	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:16:1
    73	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:15:1
    74	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:14:1
    75	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:13:1
    76	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:12:1
    77	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:11:1
    78	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:10:1
    79	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:9:1
    80	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:8:1
    81	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:7:1
    82	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:6:1
    83	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:5:1
    84	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:4:1
    85	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Unknown	 (Reader=tInterpreter writer=tDeviceMgr)- CMessagePipe::Max = 50
    86	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Unknown	 (Reader=tInterpreter writer=tDeviceMgr)- CMessagePipe::Max = 25
    87	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:3:1
    88	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:2:1
    89	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 5001:1:1
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    93	08-05-2008 TUE 13:20:09	Interpreter	 CIpEvent::OnLine 33006:1:1
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    161	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:49	InternalMessageRouter	 Preparing to initialize java.lang.Class
    162	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:49	Unknown	 (0000007568) Preparing to initialize java.lang.Class
    163	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:49	Unknown	 JVM Logger Thread Started
    164	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:47	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 49493184 <11280>
    165	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:46	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 49504464 <486536>
    166	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	ConfigurationManager	 Extracting Morpheus files
    167	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpUffHandler::Load - NV Ram Used 36632
    168	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpUffHandler::Load - NV Ram Total 1047536
    169	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpUffHandler::Load Good Incoming was 37% of Actual Size 120KB
    170	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpSymbol::LoadModuleInfo 18 0
    171	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpBreak::LoadBreakPointInfo 39198 780
    172	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpSymbol::LoadStackParaInfo 2924 70
    173	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpSymbol::LoadGlobalLocalInfo 10472 264
    174	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpSymbol::LoadFunctionInfo 1064 33
    175	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpSymbol::LoadStructureInfo 1110 10
    176	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpSymbol::LoadFileInfo 358 6
    177	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpTempMan::LoadTemplate 8546 1
    178	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpDeviceList::LoadDeviceList 878 1
    179	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpMutual::LoadList 486
    180	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpCodeMan::LoadTable 14 1
    181	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpDirect::LoadDirect 2496 1
    182	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpListMan::LoadNonVolatile Restore 1
    183	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpListMan::LoadVolatile 11484 1
    184	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpCodeMan::LoadCode 41626 1
    185	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpUffHandler::Module Header
    186	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpUffHandler::Project Name=PCC_v4
    187	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpUffHandler::Root
    188	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpUffHandler::Load - Begin...doc:PROG.TKN
    189	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpNvMemory::NvInitalize NvRam Tested OK Used=36632 Available=1010904
    190	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	Interpreter	 CIpInterpreter::Run - Unlocking Interpreter Mutex Early (Device Hold off is off)
    191	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:44	ConnectionManager	 Memory Available = 49939448
    192	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:43	ConfigurationManager	 JVMStartParam(2): -Djava.security.manager -Doscar.profile.name=Duet org.ungoverned.oscar.Main
    193	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:43	ConfigurationManager	 JVMStartParam(1): v1.1 runJava -XsafeExit -Xms3M -Dpath.separator=; -Djava.class.path=doc:/lib;doc:/lib/Oscar.jar
    194	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:43	ConfigurationManager	 UDP Blink Message Time = 5 seconds (0=off)
    195	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:43	ConfigurationManager	 Log Entry Count = 1000
    196	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 TCP Timeout = 45000mS
    197	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 NetLinx Sockets Message Queue Size = 50
    198	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 PhastLink Receive Message Queue Size = 500
    199	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 ICSNet Receive Message Queue Size = 200
    200	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 LontalkHost Message Queue Size = 500
    201	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 Lontalk Message Queue Size = 500
    202	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 UDP Transmit Message Queue Size = 500
    203	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 ICSP 232 Transmit Message Queue Size = 500
    204	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 ICSNet Transmit Message Queue Size = 500
    205	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 PhastLink Transmit Message Queue Size = 500
    206	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 Axlink Transmit Message Queue Size = 800
    207	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 Message Dispatcher Message Queue Size = 1000
    208	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 IP Connection Manager Message Queue Size = 800
    209	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 TCP Transmit Threads Message Queue Size = 600
    210	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 Diagnostic Manager Message Queue Size = 500
    211	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 Device Manager Message Queue Size = 1500
    212	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 Route Manager Message Queue Size = 400
    213	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 Connection Manager Message Queue Size = 2000
    214	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 Notification Manager Message Queue Size = 2000
    215	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 Interpreter Message Queue Size = 2000
    216	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 Routing Flags = $0
    217	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 AMX URL = www.amx.com
    218	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 CRL Check level = 0
    219	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 IPSec Enabled = 0
    220	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 Timeline Loopcnt = 10
    221	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 IP Threshold = 1500
    222	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 Lontalk Threshold = 50
    223	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 Interpreter Threshold = 1500
    224	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 Device Holdoff = 0
    225	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 URL Entry Count = 0
    226	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 DNS Entry Count = 0
    227	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 Domain Name =
    228	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 Serial Number = '210505x0970272'
    229	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 System = 1
    230	08-05-2008 TUE 13:19:42	ConfigurationManager	 LoadConfiguration Complete (26920).
    
  • Marc ScheibeinMarc Scheibein Junior Member Posts: 669
    NetLinx Studio (NSX) is not permanently connected with the system. It is just connecting i.e. when starting a file transfer, load the online tree, etc. It is online for longer period if you let run notification, diagnostics and/or the debugger. A touchpanel would come online when it has booted (or it is booted and the master has been restarted). A wired panel in normal case would not go offline at any time, a wireless panel may be detected as offline when it has reached the shutdown time (or the battery is empty ;) ), or it looses Wifi connect for longer time (about 45 seconds).

    One more word to the UDP broadcast.
    The broadcast is only required if you run a panel in System Setting Mode "Auto".
    Auto: panel listens to master UDP broadcast messages, and will connect to a master if the system number set in the system settings matches
    URL: panel directly tries to connect to the master URL defined, system number in panel is not considered
    Listen: master must try (by an URL list entry) to connect to a panel's url, system number in panel is not considered
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