In this week's episode of The Automation Show, we take a look at how you set the IP Address of a new Siemens S7-1200:

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Great video: short; sweet; to the point. Also I just went through the same thing with the License on the USB.

    Actually, it’s kind of funny: the TIA software turned you into Shawn the DHCP server. Of course the direction of the initial query in the process is reversed so you’re not a server in the canonical client-server paradigm, but after that the process is functionally the same.

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