MIRAI Robot LAN IP:
MIRAI IP - Internet access:
192.168.101.1 (Port 6543)
MIRAI Hotspot IP:
FANUC Roboter Controller:
port #2 / CD38B
Download APK: 192.168.101.1:6543/mint/apk
These values are key to successful installation. There are four separate configuration layers to complete the network setup from scratch. First make sure you have all connection securely plugged-in to the correct components.
- Robot Network
- Mirai Training App
- Force Torque Sensor
For the Mirai Training App, you will want to configure the settings outlined in this article:
Mirai Training App - Network Configuration
Each force torque sensor, there are different configuration steps for each make/model. Please see the following article for in-depth instructions:
OnRobot: Configuring the OnRobot Compute Box
ATI: Configuring the ATI Net Box
FOR FANUC SYSTEMS:
It is important to connect all the components (MIRAI controller, CRX-iA/L robot, and the F/T sensor) in
the same subnet:
- You can configure your robot and the F/T sensor to match the IP settings of the MIRAI
controller. Configure the robot to use 192.168.100.100 on port#2, and the OnRobot F/T
sensor to use 192.168.100.15 (ATI sensor: 192.168.100.20). The MIRAI controller has the preconfigured IP address 192.168.100.5. This preconfigured IP will be automatically entered in the FANUC Tablet TP when installing the SETUP.CM.
NOTE: After changing the IP settings in the FANUC Tablet TP the robot controller requires
- Alternatively, after installing the SETUP.CM file on the FANUC Tablet TP, In the MIRAI
Training App, (main menu button → Network Configuration), enter the IP address of your
robot – make sure it is the IP address of port#2 in the Tablet TP. When the IP address of
the robot has been entered in the MIRAI Training App, the first three IP digit-fields are
automatically updated for the MIRAI controller and the F/T sensor(s). Assign the
remaining field accordingly.
NOTE: In the Tablet TP make sure to also update the MIRAI controller IP and always keep
the Host Name: Mirai.
For Troubleshooting and other resources:
How to PING a Network for testing connectivity
Can the IP address of the MIRAI controller be reconfigured?
How can I check if the IP address of the MIRAI controller is set correctly?
The connection between the MIRAI controller and the tablet often breaks down.
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