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Using GaCo Pinger to diagnose FRC Network problems.
by: PhilBot

The new 2009 FRC Control System uses the TCP/IP protocol to communicate between the various driver and robot components. The GaCo Pinger is a handy tool to verify correct setup, or diagnose network issues.

The new 2009 FRC Control System uses the TCP/IP protocol to communicate between the various driver and robot components.

Therefore a critical part of any robot setup is the correct allocation of IP addresses to the control nodes.

The GaCo Pinger is a handy tool to verify correct setup, or diagnose network issues.

Using_GaCo_Pinger_to_diagnose_FRC_Network_problems.pdf (283 KB)
GaCo_Pinger.zip (149 KB)
GaCo Pinger.jpg
Pinger.zip (191 KB)