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The default behavior of enabled FTP/TFTP and HTTP Service at module boot up has changed On power up the NOE module will have the FTP/TFTP servers and HTTP service enabled when in non-configured mode, or when configured by an older version of Unity Pro/DTM that does not have FTP/HTTP Cyber Security control.
Concept will not have any changes to enable/disable FTP/TFTP or HTTP in the configuration. When using Concept, both FTP/TFTP and HTTP will be enabled in the configuration at all times allowing MSTR to control the enable/disable of the services.
The MSTR block now supports the OpCode 0xFFF0 to be used by the user to enable and disable FTP/TFTP and HTTP services in the module on-the-fly, when Unity has enabled the service.
Once the enabled state of the services are changed by a MSTR they remain unchanged until the next MSTR block call with OpCode 0xFFF0, or the load of a new application, or the module is reset/power cycled . This OpCode works on Concept and Unity controller installations. In Concept the Web server/pages must be updated by the user to be able to control HTTP state of enable/disable, using the file NOE77101_WEB.zip. Bring the Web version up to V5.00 or above.
New Log Out Web Page Users click on Diagnostics and go to Controller Status in the side menu. Below the applet is the logout button.
Web Restrictions: When the FTP is disabled and HTTP is enabled there will be some Web restrictions as they require a FTP access.
Data Editor/Viewer is not fully functional: the user does not have the ability to save or retrieve tables, or get variables from the namespace.
When FTP/TFTP is disabled the corresponding ports 21(FTP), and 69(TFTP) are be closed . If the ports have an open connection when the MSTR is executed to disable FTP, the connection is be closed.