Contents - Web Server

1  Use of the Web Server for the AC500

1.1  Introduction

1.2  Capabilities of the Web Server

1.2.1  Variant 1: Examples with One PLC and Without an On-Site PC
1.2.2  Variant 2: Examples with One PLC and an On-Site PC
1.2.3  Variant 3: Examples with Several PLCs and Without an On-Site PC
1.2.4  Variant 4: Examples with Several PLCs and an On-Site PC

2  Installing the Web Server/Gateway Server

2.1  Installing on a PC with the Control Builder PS501 (Version 1.3.0 or Higher)

2.2  Installing on a PC Without the Control Builder PS501

2.3  Installing with a Modified CoDeSys Installer

2.4  Licensing the Web Server

2.5  Files and Directories of the Web Server

3  Creating a Website with the Control Builder PS501

3.1  Enabling the Web Visualization in the Target System Settings

3.2  Creating a Website for a Web Visualization

4  Example Projects for the AC500 with a Web Server

4.1  Overview of the Example Projects for the AC500 with a Web Server

4.2  Variant 1: Examples with one PLC and Without an On-Site PC

4.2.1  Example 1: PM581-ETH Connected Directly to the Diagnosis PC via Ethernet
4.2.2  Example 2: PM581 Connected Directly to the Diagnosis PC via Serial Interface
4.2.3  Example 3: PM581-ETH Connected to the Intranet via Ethernet, Diagnosis PC Connected to the Intranet
4.2.4  Example 4: PM581 Connected to the Intranet via Ethernet, Diagnosis PC Connected to the Internet
4.2.5  Example 5: PM581 Connected to the Internet via GSM-Router, Diagnosis PC Connected to the Internet
4.2.6  Example 6: PM581 Connected to the Internet via DSL-Router, Diagnosis PC Connected to the Internet

4.3  Variant 2: Examples with one PLC and an On-Site PC

4.3.1  Example 1: PM581 Connected Directly to the On-Site PC via Serial Interface, Diagnosis PC Connected to the Intranet
4.3.2  Example 2: PM581 Connected Directly to the On-Site PC via Serial Interface, Diagnosis PC Connected to the Internet
4.3.3  Example 3: PM581 Connected to the On-Site PC, On-Site PC Connected to the Internet via GSM-Router, Diagnosis PC Connected to the Internet
4.3.4  Example 4: PM581 and the On-Site PC Connected to the Intranet via Ethernet, Diagnosis PC Connected to the Internet

4.4  Variant 3: Examples with Several PLCs and Without an On-Site PC

4.4.1  Example 1: 3xPM581 and the Diagnosis PC Connected to the Intranet
4.4.2  Example 2: 3xPM581 Connected to a DSL-Router via Ethernet, Diagnosis PC Connected to the Internet
4.4.3  Example 3: 3xPM581 Connected to a GSM-Router via Ethernet, Diagnosis PC Connected to the Internet

4.5  Variant 4: Examples with Several PLCs and an On-Site PC

4.5.1  Example 1: 3xPM581 Connected to the On-Site PC via Serial Interface, Diagnosis PC Connected to the Intranet
4.5.2  Example 2: 3xPM581 Connected to the On-Site PC via Serial Interface, Diagnosis PC Connected to the Internet
4.5.3  Example 3: 3xPM581, On-Site PC and Diagnosis PC Connected to the Intranet via Ethernet
4.5.4  Example 4: 3xPM581, On-Site PC Connected to the Intranet via Ethernet, Diagnosis PC Connected to the Internet

5  Using the PLC-Handler for the AC500

5.1  Serial Driver

5.2  Ethernet Driver

Glossary