First of all, I appreciate your advice. It was very helpful.
By the way, I have tried to use port 5024 and 5025.
But, now IOC worked with port 5024, not port 5025.
Can I ask you a question one more?
When I use port 5024, the device worked with telnet automatically.
Like a Image file(16:18:10) that I attached a image file.
However, I guess it should more fast without connecting telnet.
At least, when I connect other device, didn't connect telnet.
and when I use port 5025, it doesn't work.
So, Could you let me know how can I use this oscilloscope on IOC without
telnet connecting like other devices?
On 02/16/2017 11:15 PM, Rod Nussbaumer wrote:
In your telnet connection, you use port 5024, but in the asyn port
connection, you are attempting to use port 5025. This is quite likely
one cause of your problem.
On 02/15/2017 10:29 PM, Pilkyu Jung wrote:
First of all, I am trying to connect from a oscilloscope which name is
Agilent Technologies DSO-X 3052A (500 MHz 4 GSa/s) to IOC.
As you can see in the
this oscilloscope support a few ways (e.g. the IO Library, Telnet
Sockets, and using Browser Web Control) for sending SCPI.
However, When I connect to IOC, I got a problem. Until now, I just
connected only adjust IP address in st.cmd.
When I connect by telnet, it is done successfully (please check the
I don't know why this device can't be connected to IOC in this case.
Definitely I am done with this way before, but now I can't.
Here is my question,
1. Normally, when you connect from device to IOC, what kind of method
2. In my case, How can I connect to IOC?
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