For more security between Process Network and Office Network, we try to change the firewall-settings of the Netnode.
What do we have to do? (From Netnode to OPC-server)
Present the firewall is disabled.
Please refer to this KB article for more information about what ports need to be opened for a PI Server
2820OSI8 - Which firewall ports should be opened for a PI Server?
If you have an AF Server, this is the KB to look at too.
KB00751 - Which firewall ports should be opened for PI AF Server?
none of the links are working. can u pls help? @eugenelee Dan Fishman
Here you go
The settings seem to be the right ones.
Two interfaces are able to send data to the PI-server, the third interface doesn’t
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You mention "PI-Firewall", are you referring to the built in PI Firewall of the PI Data Archive? Generally that isn't recommended in favour of external firewalls.
OSIsoft: PI Firewall. v2010 - YouTube
For PI OPC Interface we have following.
2973OSI8 - Configuring ports for DCOM for use with the OPC Interface. NAT and Firewall considerations
It's good to hear you are seeking to enable the Windows Advanced Firewall.
A firewall that allows OPC traffic between just the API node and OPC Server is better than allowing any computer to connect to the OPC server. Note you'll need to enable the Windows firewall on both computers.
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