|NetEdit v3 Revision History|
|Version||Date||Description of Problems / Additions / Changes|
Added support for BX-DMIO, BX-EBC100 and BX-MBIO.
For Devices that support Modbus/TCP, added ability to disable using port 502 and specify a range of alternate port numbers to use.
Added support for BX-ECOMLT.
Note: if you ever update the boot loader in
the BX-ECOMLT you must also reload the operating system.
Fixes a crash that would occur on some computers when a NIC
was selected from the list of available Adapters.
Adds the ability to connect to a single device by manually specifying
the MAC address or IP address; removes need to do a network broadcast.
Installs IPConfigTool which can set the IP
Address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway Address of out Ethernet devices using
a directed broadcast to the MAC address of the device. This provides a
way to reconfigure the IP addressing of a device whose current IP
addressing makes it unreachable on the current TCP/IP network and IPX
protocol is not available on the Operating System being used.
Live Update now uses a different process to detect and then
download updated firmware files from the Host Engineering website.
Note: As of this update,
earlier versions of NetEdit3 will no longer be able to detect and
download updated firmware files. It is highly recommended that you
upgrade to the latest version of NetEdit3.
Added the Network-> Adapter menu option. On computers that
have multiple NICs (Network Interface Card), this option allows the user
to specify which NIC that NetEdit should use.
Added the following three configuration options to the
ECOM/ECOM100 Advanced dialog:
Fixed a problem that would sometimes leave the 100Base-T devices stuck in
the boot loader after a failed firmware update.
Fixed a problem with
the firmware update progress bar.
Added support for
Fixed a bug that was
introduced in 3.7a that would cause the firmware update process to fail.
Added a field to adjust the Modbus Slave Timeout
value under the Advanced dialog. When the ECOM100 is operating as a
Modbus TCP/IP slave, this timeout value is used to delete Modbus
connections that haven't been accessed within the defined time period.
This feature requires matching firmware in the ECOM100 modules.
Added ability to adjust the timeout value for
Modbus/TCP requests in the H2-ECOM100. If the ECOM100 is begin used as a
Modbus/TCP master, this is the timeout value used by the ECOM100 when it
processes the RX / WX instructions which are used to do the master /
Fixed a problem that prevented NetEdit v3 from being
able to upgrade a device that had a release 2.xx.yy boot loader.