CBA 1.4/2 ONB Issues with AC450
I have a System 800xA for Advant Master (6.0.3-2) installed and working. The system also have 3 CBA servers installed, one CBA server running in each Connectivity Server nodes and another one installed as a CBA Stand alone node.
The 800xA Connectivity server are working find for the operation, them are getting data from the MB300. but when I try to connect the CBA - ONB to the AC450 controller a serie of messages are showed and one of then is a overload message.
The CBA server running as a stand alone node, cannot connect to the AC450 controller, a "Failed to boot the PU410" error message show up when I try to connect the CBA - ONB.
Anyone have an idea about what is wrong? There are pictures attached for your references.
Thanks in advance.
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It cannot get data from the DSCA01* subscription handlers in Node 32, 33 and 35 of unknown reason.
Is node 23 an AC450 controller ? It seems to be the case.
If you always have problem when connecting to your controller using CBA you must register a support case, or you
Regarding the stand alone installation, you must have failed with some part of the setup,
Make sure that you have connection between the PC and the PU410 unit
Can you ping the PU410?
- You have two "Connectivity Servers" for MB300 ? - These are not engineering stations and should not really be used to run Control Builder ( It is possible, its not recommended)
- You have one "Engineering Station" for MB300 ? - This is only for Control Builder and All engineering should be done here.
Does your engineering station have it's own dedicated RTA Board ?
- If yes - restart the RTA and review the messages.
- If No - This is where problems can arise. Sharing the RTA board between connectivity and engineering tasks "works" but can occasionally fail. Specifically - do not use the "SLTARG" command to change between active nodes. This can cause the RTA board to become unresponsive for all engineering tasks (connectivity to 800xA via Object Subscription is unaffected). To resolve this - Restart the RTA board. ( No need to boot the station, just the RTA board).