Use the following to troubleshoot general networking problems with your Haas CNC. For specific problems refer to the Symptom table below:
NOTE: Signal can look excellent, but if a microwave oven or other source of electromagnetic interference is nearby it can cause intermittent connection issues that are difficult to troubleshoot.
|Symptom||Possible Cause||Corrective Action|
|The CNC cannot connect to the Netshare||User Name and Password are incorrect||Use your PC user name and password for login into the network. Do this for troubleshooting purposes, to determine if the user name/ password created for the CNC has the correct security settings as your user name/password.|
|Remote Net Share Enabled is turned Off||Make sure the network setting "REMOTE Net Share Enabled" is set to On.|
|The IP address is not correct.||
Make sure the Wired or Wireless Connection is UP. Refer to Wired / Wireless Network - NGC procedure.
Note: To prevent conflicts only use one connection method, wired or wireless.
|The Remote Server Name is not correct.||Make sure the Remote Server Name is set to the Computer Name. If the Computer Name does not work try to use the IP address of the Remote Server.|
|The wired and wireless connection are Enabled at the same time.||Use only one connection method wired or wireless.|
|The Enable SMBv1 Support setting is not correct.||As of 100.18.000.1020 software version the control uses SMBV2.0. If your network requires SMBV1 turn this setting ON. To view this setting Go to Settings>Network>Net Share>.
On Windows: Go to Control Panel>Programs>Programs and Features>Turn Windows features on or off and see if SMB 1.0/CIFS File support is enabled. Refer to Future Discontinued Support of SMB1 Network Protocol service update for more information.
|The CNC no longer connects to the Netshare||A windows security setting update is blocking the CNC connection.||Windows PC: Go to Control Panel>Programs>Programs and Features>Installed Updates. Determine if a security update was installed during the time the machine stop connecting. Uninstall the update, log out and back in and see if the machine now connects.|
|If connected via WiFI, the WiFi connection is weak.||Go to the Wireless connection settings and make sure the signal strength is more than 35%. Add a WiFi extender to increase the signal strength. In Settings go to the Net Share tab and adjust setting "Remote Share Connection Retry".|
|The CNC cannot connect to the Remote Display||The Remote Display setting is turned Off.||Go to Settings>Remote Display> and make sure the Remote Display is set to On.|
|The Remote Display password has not been set.||Go to Settings>Remote Display> and make sure the Remote Display password is set.|
|Remote display glitch.||Set Remote Display to OFF. Press [F4]. Set Remote Display to ON. Press [F4].|
|The PC cannot connect to the CNC Local Net Share||The Local Net Share Enabled is turned Off.||Go to Settings> Network>Net Share tab and make sure the Local Net Share Enabled is set to On.|
|The Local Net Share Security is turned On and the User Name and Password are incorrect.||Go to Settings> Network>Net Share tab and make sure the Local User Name and Password are set correctly.|
|The Local Net Share Security is turned On and the Local Security Policy on the User PC does not allow remote connections.||Ask your Network administrator to try to access the Local Net Share from their PC. If they can connect they will need to review your Local Security Policy on your PC. Make sure the Local Policies>Security Options> Network security: LAN Manager authentication level is set to "Send NTLMv2 response only". After making the change cycle the power on the PC and try again. Important: Always check with your network administrator before changing any security settings.|
The WiFi Camera is not connecting
The WiFi connection is low.
|The Aluminum housing is hindering the connectivity.||Contact the Haas Service Department to order a WiFi camera with the new housing that decreases signal interference.|
|The machine is connected to the internet via a wired network with an Ethernet cable.|
|The machine is connected to the internet via a wireless network and has 70 - 100% signal strength.|
|The machine is connected to the internet via a wireless network and has 30 - 70% signal strength.|
|The machine is connected to the internet via a wireless network and has 1 - 30% signal strength.|
|The machine was connected to the internet via a wireless network and is not receiving any data packets.|
|The machine is successfully registered with HaasConnect and is communicating with the server.|
|The machine had previously registered with HaasConnect and has a problem connecting to the server.|
|The machine is connected to a remote Netshare.|