12-14-2016 11:04 AM
127.0.0.1 is the loopback address and used mostly for testing. It allows you to test without relying the actual network.
Here is a short description:
04-20-2016 05:12 PM
I'm sure this is too late to help this time but next time give this a try:
get to the command line
and ping 127.0.0.1
if this returns an error try imaging the display to solve any TCP/IP stack issues . If that doesn't work you can bet the NIC is failing.
01-15-2016 04:09 PM - edited 01-15-2016 04:11 PM
We ended up doing a "more simple" test and grabbed a borrowed G610, installed software on it, configured for IP and network settings, and then installed it on the dozer. It worked when installed and so the presumtion is that the original display "failed" in that the ethernet card wasn't working. We are now working on getting the failed display ready for a warranty claim.
I guess what I was originally "hoping for" would be some sort of onboard diagnostic on the display to let me know that there was a physical problem with the NIC.
01-13-2016 07:36 PM
Please see below a response from one of our Subject Matter Experts here in Brisbane.
01-13-2016 11:11 AM
Is there a way or "trick" to check for ethernet connection from the G610 displays? We've checked connectivity from the harnessing through to the connection to the radio and it all ohms out just fine. We've also checked the switch and the various ports on the switch and they all work. The error that we're getting on the display after running NETconfig.exe and inputting the IP, subnet, and gateway is that "local media disconnected"; so no recognition of the NIC. We've set everything up on connection #2 through the NETconfig.exe interface as we have with the other machines. Even got to a point that we tried it on connection #1 just to test but neither recognized any locally set IP or LAN connection...