Next Generation Control - Net Share

This procedure tells you about the settings for Net Share.

Step 1

Push SETTING.

Select the Network tab [1].

Select the Net Share tab [2].

Go to Step 2 for more information on these settings.

Step 2

Remote Net Share A Remote Net Share connection gives the control access to a shared folder on the network.
Local Net Share A Local Net Share connection gives a computer on the network access to the control's User Data directory.

Remote Net Share
Value Meaning
Remote Net Share UP The machine is connected to a shared folder on the network. Push List Prog. Select Net Share to folder.
Remote Net Share DOWN The machine is not connected to a shared folder on the network.

Local Net Share
Value Meaning
Local Net Share UP The User Data directory on the control is accessible to computers on the network. Remote users can log in and access files on the User Data folder. Use the Local User Name and the Local Password to log in from a computer.
Local Net Share DOWN The User Data directory on the control is not accessible to computers on the network.

Step 3

Network Share Settings
Setting Name Value
CNC Network Name The name of the machine on the network. The default value is HAASMachine, but you must change this so that each machine on the network has a unique name.
Domain/Workgroup Name The name of the Domain or Workgroup that the machine belongs to.
Remote Net Share Enabled Activates or deactivates Net Share on the machine.
Remote Server Name The remote network name or IP address of the computer that has the shared folder.
Remote Share Path The name of the shared folder on the network.
note: Do not use spaces in the shared folder name. The full path of the shared folder is not necessary. Only enter the name of the shared folder. Do not use forward slashes.
Remote User Name The User Name that is used to log in to the remote server or domain. User names are case-sensitive and cannot contain spaces.
Remote Password The password to use to log in to the remote server. Passwords are case-sensitive.
Local Net Share Enabled Activates and deactivates access to the User Data directory on the control.
Local User Name The Local User Name is "haas" and cannot be changed. This is the user name that is used when you log into the User Data directory on the control from a network computer.
Local Password Create and enter a password in this setting. This password is used when you log into the User Data directory on the control from a network computer.

Function Keys
Function key Action
F3 Discard Changes Push F3 to discard all changes made to the field boxes.
F4 Apply Changes Push F4 to apply the changes made to the field boxes

Step 4

Do this step to enter a value for CNC Network Name.

Select CNC Network Name.

Enter a unique name for the machine.

Push Enter.

Step 5

Do this step to enter a value for Domain/Workgroup Name.

Select Domain/Workgroup Name.

Enter the domain/workgroup name network name.

Push Enter.

Conclusion

To set up local net share, refer to Next Generation Control - Net Share - Local.

To set up remote net share, refer to Next Generation Control - Net Share - Remote.

Be aware: Many service and repair procedures should be done only by authorized personnel. The service technicians at your Haas Factory Outlet (HFO) have the training, experience, and are certified to do these tasks safely and correctly. You should not do machine repair or service procedures unless you are qualified and knowledgeable about the processes.

Danger: Some service procedures can be dangerous or life-threatening. DO NOT attempt a procedure that you do not completely understand. Contact your Haas Factory Outlet (HFO) and schedule a service technician visit if you have any doubts about doing a procedure.

Feedback