To test the ZonicBook618E connection a Click the Test Hardware tab b Click the

To test the zonicbook618e connection a click the test

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In the IP Address field, enter the IP address obtained from your network administrator. To test the ZonicBook/618E connection. a. Click the “Test Hardware” tab. b. Click the < Resource Test > button. c. Perform a TCP/IP test per Appendix B.
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Appendix B – TCP/IP and Resource Tests B Before you run a test Before testing the system, make sure the device has been properly installed and powered-on. Make sure all cables are properly and securely connected. When testing a ZonicBook/618E, if the unit does not respond within 30 seconds perform the following steps: 1) reboot the system 2) upon power-up, re-open the Daq* Configuration applet 3) select another configuration setting 4) reinitiate the test How to run the TCP/IP Test (The TCP/IP test is for Ethernet devices only) The TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) test is for Ethernet devices only. The test is accessed and initiated as follows. a. Open the Control Panel by navigating from the Windows’ Desktop as follows: Start Menu Settings Control Panel b. From the Control Panel, double-click the Daq* Configuration icon. c. Double-click on the ZonicBook/618E from the Device Inventory configuration tree. d. Click the “ Test Hardware ” tab. e. Click the < TCP/IP Test > button. The Test Hardware Tab Appendix B 987295 TCP/IP and Resource Tests for ZonicBook/618E B-1
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B-2 TCP/IP and Resource Tests for ZonicBook/618E 987295 Appendix B What does the TCP/IP test tell me? The TCP/IP test provides test results for “Pinging Device” and “TCP Connection Test.” Pinging Device . The Pinging Device test is an ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol) ping test. In addition to indicating either “Passed” or “Failed,” the test displays; (a) The round-trip time of the ping, for example, <10 ms. (b) Packet Loss expressed as a percent of data lost. A long ping round trip time, for example, >50 ms and/or any packet loss indicates a slow network that is not optimized. If the Pinging Device Test fails a < Details > button will appear just above the < Resource Test > button. If this is the case, click the < Details > button to obtain possible causes and possible solutions. TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) Connection Test . The result of the TCP test will be either passed or failed . If the TCP test failed a < Details > button will appear just above the < Resource Test > button. If this is the case, click the < Details > button to obtain possible causes and possible solutions. How to run the Resource Tests For Ethernet devices, such as ZonicBook/618E, you can run the Resource Test after a successful completion of the TCP/IP test with a simple click of the < Resource Test > button. What does the Resource Test tell me? The Resource Test includes two categories of test, Resource Tests and Performance Tests . Resource Tests . The resource tests are intended to test system capability for the current device configuration. Resource tests are pass/fail . Test failure may indicate a lack of availability of the resource, or a possible resource conflict.
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