Learn to set up network connections for the RTDS Simulator in three ways: stand-alone local area network (LAN) setup, main network setup, or remote access. At the end of this blog post, you’ll find the TCP and UDP ports information related to RTDS .
Advantages of VPN Network
Disadvantages of VPN Network
Advantages of jump server network
Disadvantages of jump server network
TCP Ports Used By RSCAD:
4068,4069,4070,4071 (Required To Download/Run Cases)
TCP Ports Used By Local Computer:
23 (To Telnet to a rack, or other hardware)
There are also various TCP ports that are user controlled, such as:
502 (If Using Modbus Script Functionality on the Default Port)
— (Any Port Specified in the Listen on Port Runtime Script Command)
— (Any Port Specified by the PMU Component in Draft)
2,4455,4456,53693 (Required To Download/Run Cases)
The *SOURCE* TCP and UDP port numbers are randomly allocated by your PC (this is typical of most TCP/IP client software).
However, there are times when RTDS racks need to send asynchronous commands back to the RSCAD clients which can cause issues when the traffic goes through a NAT firewall. For this reason using a NAT firewall between RSCAD clients and the RTDS racks is not recommended. Using simple TCP/IP routing between RSCAD clients and RTDS racks works fine