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have two devices that communicate over Ethernet/IP - cannot get them conncted so found a Hub and connected them and my PC running Wireshark - what I see is the Client (192.168.144.11) device making a connection to the Server device (192.168.144.130) but then the Client goes to following:

239.192.17.32 IGMP V2 Membership Report Join group 239.192.17.32

when it should simply continue talking to the Server device - consequently the connection between my devices' fails

Can anyone help me understand where this could come from

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I'm not familiar with Ethernet/IP (by which I'm assuming you mean Industrial Protocol) so I'll just note the following:

IGMP is a protocol in it's own right completely separate from TCP (which is presumably the protocol being used in "making a connection").

The IGMP message is merely the client requesting to receive multicast messages from group 239.192.17.32 so I suspect "consequently the connection between my devices' fails" is not really correct.

What do you mean by "cannot get them connected" ? Does the TCP 3-way handshake complete ?

(17 Mar '11, 19:28) Bill Meier ♦♦

Bill, thanks for your reply - yes its industrial CAN bus over TCP/IP - once the Client device makes a connection then a CIP CM transaction opens - because the Client starts this IGMP request the Server device stops responding at the CIP level I have the Client device vendor working on the problem - but your answer helps me understand this much better - thing is Industrial Networks are deterministic and wont suffer timeouts (which begs why do they put such critical stuff through a non-deterministic transport layer)

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