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Manta G-235C Cameras and MAX

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Hello: I have 2 new Manta 235C cameras installed on a Ni PCIe-8233 Adapter. Both found and function as expected under Allied Vision Vimba Viewer. When I run NI Max, camera 1 functions great, but the other gives a timeout error 0xbff6901b. Windows firewall is off. Any suggestions?

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Have you set them in different IP ranges?


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Antoine Chalons

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Hello:

 

I have the IP addresses set up as follows:

 

Camera 0: 169.254.100.2, 255.255.255.0; Adapter 0: 169.254.100.1

Camera 1: 169.254.200.2, 255.255.255.0; Adapter 1: 169.254.200.1

 

Both cameras show up in MAX with the above IP's

 

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you also can chech that both ports are configured to use NI GigE Vision driver, this is in Windows network settings, you have to select the driver manually :

 

see also : http://www.ni.com/product-documentation/5846/en/#toc3

 

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Antoine Chalons

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Accepted by topic author Chrispy555
05-04-2016 07:44 AM

Hello again:

 

Went thru all the steps in the document and nothing solved the problem.

 

I went into MAx to see what, if any differences were in the settings between the 2 cameras. The second camera, the one giving the timeout error was set up under acquisition and the acquisition mode was set to MultiFrame. I set this back to Continuous and now everything works fine.

 

Thanks for all your help

 

 

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@TiTou wrote:

Have you set them in different IP ranges?



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