Neil Pate Posted May 18, 2020 Report Share Posted May 18, 2020 Hi all, I wonder if anyone can share some advice for me. I am working on a new project that is the pretty standard cRIO + Windows PC combination. The network topology is not super complicated and I have tried to diagram it. The use case I am trying to solve is this: How can I connect to the cRIO and the Windows PC from my dev PC which is connected via the internet and a mobile phone network? Phrased another way, how do I assign static, internet facing IP addresses to the cRIO and Windows PC? In my diagram all the IP addresses are totally made up, but are just to prove a point. If the cRIO is on 192.168.1.100 and the Windows PC is 192.168.1.200. As I understand I have to somehow get a static IP address from my mobile phone vendor (say the 220.127.116.11) and then modify the port forwarding on the Mobile Router so that traffic goes to the right place. What if I had two cRIOs, how would I address them independently? Sorry, these are probably quite basic networking questions. Given the proliferation of IoT and remote monitoring devices I would assume these kinds of things are commonly solved. Does anyone have any advice or info? Quote Link to comment
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