Modern machines are comprised of various complex subsystems that communicate via the Internet Protocol (IP). The machine builder pre-defines each subsystem IP address and the range of addresses devoted to each machine. This addressing convention may conflict with the addressing policies of the customer, potentially jeopardizing a speedy integration of the machine to the plant. An IP router can quickly and effectively integrate machines to the customer's existing IP infrastructure benefiting both customer and machine builder alike. This video explains how the IP router can be used successfully to integrate machines.
Skorpion IP Router Introduction
Link two Internet Protocol (IPv4) networks together, passing appropriate traffic while blocking all other traffic. (5:32)
Skorpion IP Router Advanced Features
Control the traffic between two Internet Protocol (IPv4) networks, allowing you to specify which traffic is passed. (3:16)