Connection details

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HMIs, human machine interfacesThin Client ET/MT-5x6OperationRemoteHMI Menu V5.xRemote-MenuConnection details


Hier erhalten Sie Informationen zu den Verbindungen und deren Optionen.


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Primary connection:


A main connection (primary connection) is the one that the <%DEVNAME%>will establish first after starting up.

If this connection cannot be established within a certain time the connection next in the list will be established.

Currently, only one connection can be specified as primary connection in a <%DEVNAME%>.



Fallback connection:


A fallback connection is a connection that is automatically established by the <%DEVNAME%> once the existing main or fallback connection is unavailable for a predefined period of time.


If a connection (main or fallback) fails for a longer time than that specified, the next connection on the list will be activated (established).


A fallback connection does not necessarily have to have the same remote server on a host PC as its target.

The connection can also be established via a different host PC and a different remote server protocol (VNC / RDP).



Normal connection:


A connection specified as "normal" is one that can only be established by clicking on the button for this connection.


If the option "Allow Multiple Connections" has been activated, a normal connection can be established in addition to other connections.

In this case, such a connection when activated is shown on the <%DEVNAME%> whilst a connection that has been established before continues to be held.



A set up connection can have 4 different connection statuses.



Indicates that the connection could not be established via the Ethernet

Indicates that the connection server has been recognised

Indicates that a connection to the server has been established

and is shown in the Thin Client


Indicates that a connection to the server has been established

and is currently NOT shown in the Thin Client



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