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Hi, It looks like you can. The 'Turbo PMAC User Manual' explains it a little. [quote]Both TCP/IP and UDP/IP protocols are supported. The simpler UDP/IP protocol is strongly recommended, as it is more efficient, and the additional packet information and handshaking acknowledgments of TCP/IP are not required for the point-to-point communications used here. Use of the TCP/IP protocol with a computer running a Microsoft Windows operating system is particularly inefficient, due to an operating system time-out on every command/response event. [/quote] There's some more info on the setup from page 428 and on. Here's a direct link to it http://www.deltatau.com/manuals/pdfs/TURBO%20PMAC%20USER%20MANUAL.pdf?
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Thanks for your reply! It's so interesting that two Geo Bricks (Turbo) can talk to each other over UDP/IP, Is TCP/IP OK? How to achieve that? I think that's must be very useful for some application and as i know two Turbo(UMAC) can only talk to each other over user defined Serial Port.
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Thanks for your reply! It's so interesting that two Geo Bricks (Turbo) can talk to each other over UDP/IP,is TCPIP OK? How to achieve that? I think it must be very important for some application and as I know two Turbo(UMAC) only can talk two each other over Serial Port.
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Hello Richard, I really want to know how two Geo Bricks (Turbo) can talk to each other over UDP/IP,Because my customer want to use two Clipper to talk to each other. By the way I know two Clipper can use Serial Port to talk each other as the way of user define, I don't know whether Clipper(Turbo) use the way as Serial Port. Thank you very much!
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Hello Richard, Can you tell me how two Geo Bricks (Turbo) can talk to each other over UDP/IP? Because my customer want to use two UMAC to talk to each other. By the way I know two UMAC can use Serial Port to talk each other as the way of user define, I don't know whether UDP/IP use the way as Serial Port. If there was a document tell about that will be better. Thank you very much!
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