Once you've registered your IXrouter to the IXON Cloud and connected your Allen-Bradley to one of the LAN ports, you're ready to remotely access it.
- UDP broadcast traffic needs to be allowed. It's disallowed by default, but needs to be allowed for you to browse for your Allen-Bradley.
- Add 44818 as UDP broadcast port to your IXrouter settings at Fleet Manager > Devices > Your device > Network > LAN.
- Set up a VPN connection to your IXrouter.
You can now use either FactoryTalk Linx or RSLinx Classic to browse for your Allen-Bradley.
- Connect to your Allen-Bradley. For detailed steps, click below.
- Open FactoryTalk Linx and add an Ethernet driver.
- Select Broadcast as the Discovery Method, and select Remote Broadcast.
- Enter IXON's VPN range:
- Browse for and connect to your Allen-Bradley as you normally do. If no devices are found, try the device list method instead:
- Open RSLinx Classic and add an EtherNet/IP driver.
- Select Browse Remote Subnet and enter IXON's VPN range:
- Browse for and connect to your Allen-Bradley as you normally do. If no devices are found, try the station mapping method instead:
Unable to connect?Use our troubleshooting article to help you solve the problem.