This is an old thread, but I had the same problem with a different solution.
I had one working Basler Camera, and on non working Basler camera.
Turns out I needed to disable test packets on the non working camera by this procedure:
The test packet timeout error can also be handled by configuring the Test Packets Enabled attribute for the camera to be disabled in Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX). Follow these steps to set this attribute:
That will generate a new error of 0xBFF60493 which will be fixed by this accepted solution:
In MAX (Tools->NI Vision->Remote Image Options...) and turn off the option to "Display images on remote monitor."
I've spent the last several hours trying to troubleshoot a GIGE camera, and this ended up being the issue. Thank you so much for posting this!
I'm getting this same error using a Dalsa Spyder 3 camera. Drivers are updated, the firewall has been bypassed, Test Packets are disabled, and Jumbo Frames have been enabled, but still I'm getting a timeout error. The camera can take images in Teledyne's Sapera software, so I know it's triggering properly.
Is there something else that needs to be changed?
I am having similar issues with a FLIR A700 camera. I've tried disabling test packets and other recommended changes. In MAX, grab works for a little while (30 seconds - 3 minutes), and then I get a timeout. I was wondering if you had found a solution or can recommend other settings to try.