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Configuration of communication line of TCP/IP-UDP category.

Line of category TCP/IP-UDP was designed for the needs of communication protocols which are built directly on UDP layer of TCP/IP stack. It enables also implementation of redundant communication (redundant network lines, redundant network interfaces) and configuration of two IP addresses of a communication partner.
Following protocols are supported at the present time:

TCP/IP-UDP line configuration


Primary server - Host

IP address or a network name of a computer. Depending on a specific communication protocol, it may be IP address of a computer where D2000 KOM process is running (in this case a symbolic IP address ALL, representing all network interfaces where D2000 KOM process can listen, can be entered). This is true for protocols:

In other communication protocols, this is an IP address of a partner computer, with which D2000 KOM process communicates. This is true for protocols:

Primary server - Port

Either the number of UDP port on which D2000 KOM process should listen on or the number of UDP port on which a partner computer listens (see the description of parameter Primary server - Host).

Use Backup server

If this option is not selected, D2000 KOM process does not work with backup IP address/port  and the line works without redundancy.

Backup server - Host

Backup IP address or network name of a computer. Depending on a specific communication protocol, it may be IP address of a computer where D2000 KOM process is running .

Backup server - Port

Either the number of a backup UDP port on which D2000 KOM process should listen on or a backkup number of UDP port on which a partner computer listens (see the description of parameter Backup server - Host).


Currently, the backup server parameters are supported in the protocols SNMPMicrotel 700 and Terminal LFC (IEC 870-5).


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