system failure when boot up omnicore

Hewise
Hewise China
I am trying to connect omnicore(IRB1300) to a router on LAN port by using Ethernet cable before system boot up, but every time, omnicore give system failure signal with code 36600 and 36601, please see attached pictures. I have tried to boot up the omnicore first, then plug Ethernet cable, it works fine, and it also works fine when plug Ethernet cable to a computer before boot up. Change router wouldn't fix the problem, I suspect the problem is coming from DHCP setting, please give me some advice, thanks in advance.

BRs
Wise
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  • seggan
    seggan Västerås
    Hello, 

    You are correct that the DHCP server in the router is the root cause of your problems.
    There is a note in manual that reads:
    "Do not connect another DHCP server to this port."
    This applies to both the Management Port and the LAN port.
    There is already a DHCP server in the Omnicore Controller running on these ports.

    Use the WAN port if you want the controller to receive an IP-address from your router.


  • Tompanhuhu
    Tompanhuhu Sweden
    seggan said:
    Hello, 

    You are correct that the DHCP server in the router is the root cause of your problems.
    There is a note in manual that reads:
    "Do not connect another DHCP server to this port."
    This applies to both the Management Port and the LAN port.
    There is already a DHCP server in the Omnicore Controller running on these ports.

    Use the WAN port if you want the controller to receive an IP-address from your router.


    Might be worth adding a new row in the "Cause" section. 
  • Hewise
    Hewise China
    seggan said:
    Hello, 

    You are correct that the DHCP server in the router is the root cause of your problems.
    There is a note in manual that reads:
    "Do not connect another DHCP server to this port."
    This applies to both the Management Port and the LAN port.
    There is already a DHCP server in the Omnicore Controller running on these ports.

    Use the WAN port if you want the controller to receive an IP-address from your router.


    Dear Seggan:
    Thank you very much, I have fix the problem by using your method!

    Cheers!
    Wise