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Old 09-20-2011, 01:18 PM
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Question Problems connecting Icom to INPA/Ediabas

I have an ICOM diagnostic head and I tried different values in ediabas.ini to setupo a connection to ICOM.

Here's what I did:
I put the laptop's network adapter to the following settings:
IP 192.168.68.30
Mask 255.255.255.0
Gateway 192.168.68.1

I put the ICOM's LAN-settings to these values:
IP 192.168.68.55
Mask 255.255.255.0
Gateway 192.168.68.1

Also I put the ICOM to "STATIC IP"

In ediabas.ini I changed interface to Remote and in line RemoteHost I put in the IP of the ICOM. Port was changed from 3000 to 6801.

In Windows I can ping the ICOM without any problems, but I always get an "Timeout connection error" when running INPA or NCS.

What's wrong?

P.S. ICOM works without any problems with ISTA/d and /p standalone versions.
INPA-Version 5.02
NCS-version 3.10
Ediabas-version 7.2


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Enter via http on your ICOM and press ICOM Allocate button in Channel/Device Configuration.
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You need to lock ICOM. Do you have ICOM password?
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Thanks for your help. Will try later.
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you need either the password for the icom or itools radar.
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Hi. I have searched the internet for about 4 hours to find icom webif username and password. Why is it so secret?
Anyways I would be forever greatful if someone could pm me or just post it.
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Hi. I have searched the internet for about 4 hours to find icom webif username and password. Why is it so secret?
Anyways I would be forever greatful if someone could pm me or just post it.
You have a real ICOM or clone?
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Hi. I have searched the internet for about 4 hours to find icom webif username and password. Why is it so secret?
Anyways I would be forever greatful if someone could pm me or just post it.
In browser goto [Only for registered users... ] of the ICOM]:60080

User: root
Password: NZY1150263
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Install Standard Tools 2.12 and iTool radar. Start iTool radar and wait till ICOM will appear with proper IP address (write this address in EDBIAS.INI), then click on it and click RESERVE.
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Default Problems connecting ICOM/INPA & EDIABAS

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I have the same problem as KaiO. Can anyone tell me the solution?

Thank you.


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I have an ICOM diagnostic head and I tried different values in ediabas.ini to setupo a connection to ICOM.

Here's what I did:
I put the laptop's network adapter to the following settings:
IP 192.168.68.30
Mask 255.255.255.0
Gateway 192.168.68.1

I put the ICOM's LAN-settings to these values:
IP 192.168.68.55
Mask 255.255.255.0
Gateway 192.168.68.1

Also I put the ICOM to "STATIC IP"

In ediabas.ini I changed interface to Remote and in line RemoteHost I put in the IP of the ICOM. Port was changed from 3000 to 6801.

In Windows I can ping the ICOM without any problems, but I always get an "Timeout connection error" when running INPA or NCS.

What's wrong?

P.S. ICOM works without any problems with ISTA/d and /p standalone versions.
INPA-Version 5.02
NCS-version 3.10
Ediabas-version 7.2
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