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SIMATIC NET
S7-400 - Industrial Ethernet
CP 443-1 Advanced (GX30)
Manual
Manual Part B
03/2019
C79000-G8976-C256-05
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Preface
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Properties and services
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Performance data
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Requirements for use
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LEDs
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Installation and
commissioning
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Configuration and operation
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Diagnostics and upkeep
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Technical specifications
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Approvals
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  • Page 1 ___________________ Preface ___________________ Properties and services ___________________ SIMATIC NET Performance data ___________________ Requirements for use S7-400 - Industrial Ethernet CP 443-1 Advanced (GX30) ___________________ LEDs ___________________ Installation and commissioning Manual ___________________ Configuration and operation ___________________ Diagnostics and upkeep ___________________ Technical specifications ___________________ Approvals ___________________...
  • Page 2 Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
  • Page 3: Preface

    Preface Legend: X = placeholder for hardware product version CPLUG (at rear) Firmware version LEDs Gigabit interface: 1 x 8-pin RJ-45 jack Security function: The padlock symbol identifies the interface to the external, non-secure sub- net. PROFINET interface: 4 x 8-pin RJ-45 jack Security function: Interface to the internal, protected subnet Label with MAC addresses Figure 1...
  • Page 4 Preface Validity and product names This description contains information on the following product: ● CP 443-1 Advanced Article number 6GK7 443-1GX30-0XE0 ● CP 443-1 Advanced (conformal coating) CP with coated printed circuit board Article number 6GK7 443-1GX30-0XE1 Hardware product version 1 Firmware version V3.2 Communications processor for SIMATIC S7-400 / S7-400H Product names...
  • Page 5: Manual, 03/2019, C79000-G8976-C256

    You will find the current version of this document and further information (e.g. FAQs) on using the CP on the Internet at the following address: Link: (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/ps/15353) Select the appropriate entry type in the filter settings. CP documentation in the Manual Collection (article number A5E00069051) The "SIMATIC NET Manual Collection"...
  • Page 6 You will find license conditions in the following document on the supplied data medium: ● OSS_CP4431_99.pdf Firmware The firmware is signed and encrypted. This ensures that only firmware created by Siemens can be downloaded to the device. Security information Siemens provides products and solutions with industrial security functions that support the secure operation of plants, systems, machines and networks.
  • Page 7 You will find the SIMATIC NET glossary on the Internet at the following address: Link: (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/50305045) Training, Service & Support You will find information on training, service and support in the multilanguage document "DC_support_99.pdf" on the Internet pages of Siemens Industry Online Support: Link: (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/38652101) CP 443-1 Advanced (GX30) Manual, 03/2019, C79000-G8976-C256-05...
  • Page 8 Preface CP 443-1 Advanced (GX30) Manual, 03/2019, C79000-G8976-C256-05...
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Preface ..............................3 Properties and services ......................... 13 Properties of the CP ........................ 13 Enhanced functions ........................ 14 Communication services ......................16 Further services and characteristics of the CP ............... 18 Performance data ..........................23 General characteristic data ..................... 23 Characteristics of S7 communication ..................
  • Page 10 Table of contents 5.1.1 Notices on use in hazardous areas..................53 5.1.2 Notices on use in hazardous areas according to ATEX / IECEx ........... 54 5.1.3 Notices on use in hazardous areas according to UL HazLoc ..........55 Installing and connecting up ....................56 Commissioning........................
  • Page 11 Table of contents 6.11 Time-of-day synchronization ....................83 6.12 SNMP ............................84 6.13 Ping: Permitted length of ICMP packets ................. 86 6.14 Use in the H system ........................ 86 6.15 Using the CP for PROFINET CBA ..................87 6.15.1 CBA interface in the user program ..................87 6.15.2 Preparing for configuration with STEP 7.................
  • Page 12 Table of contents A.5.1 /17/ ............................121 A.5.2 /18/ ............................121 For application and configuration of PROFINET IO............. 122 A.6.1 /19/ ............................122 A.6.2 /20/ ............................122 On project engineering of PROFINET CBA ................. 122 A.7.1 /21/ ............................122 A.7.2 /22/ ............................
  • Page 13: Properties And Services

    Properties and services Properties of the CP Application The CP is intended for use in an S7400 or S7400H (faulttolerant) automation system. It allows the S7400 / S7400H to be connected to Industrial Ethernet. Security Integrated With a combination of different security measures such as firewall, NAT/NAPT routers and VPN (Virtual Private Network) over IPsec tunnels, the CP protects individual S7-400 stations or even entire automation cells from unauthorized access.
  • Page 14: Enhanced Functions

    Properties and services 1.2 Enhanced functions Enhanced functions Compatibility with predecessor modules The CP 443-1 Advanced (6GK7 443−1GX30−0XE0) with firmware version V3.2 supports all functions of the following predecessor modules: ● 6GK7 443−1GX30−0XE0, Firmware version V3.0 / V3.1 ● 6GK7 443−1GX20−0XE0, Firmware version V2.4 / V2.3 / V2.2 / V2.1 / V2.0 / V1.0 For information on replacing modules, read the section Replacing older modules: Module replacement / upgrading (Page 97) Functional expansions of the current firmware version V3.2...
  • Page 15 Properties and services 1.2 Enhanced functions ● PROFINET IO – IRT with the option "high performance" – Full PROFINET IO diagnostics on the gigabit interface – Full PROFINET IO diagnostics on all interfaces also in the expansion rack ● Use in fault-tolerant systems (H systems) is also possible on the gigabit interface. Expansions on the interface to the user program ●...
  • Page 16: Communication Services

    Properties and services 1.3 Communication services Communication services The CP supports the following communication services: ● PROFINET IO controller PROFINET IO allows direct access to PROFINET IO devices over Industrial Ethernet. PROFINET IO can only be used via the ports of the PROFINET interface. –...
  • Page 17 Properties and services 1.3 Communication services ● Open communication services with the following functions: – SEND/RECEIVE interface over ISO transport connections – SEND/RECEIVE interface over TCP connections, ISO-on-TCP and UDP connections With the SEND/RECEIVE interface via TCP connections, the CP supports the socket interface to TCP/IP available on practically every end system.
  • Page 18: Further Services And Characteristics Of The Cp

    Properties and services 1.4 Further services and characteristics of the CP Further services and characteristics of the CP ● Security functions Depending on the configuration, the security functions of the CP provide protected communication beyond network boundaries and within a network. –...
  • Page 19 Properties and services 1.4 Further services and characteristics of the CP ● Media redundancy Within an Ethernet network with a ring topology, the CP supports the media redundancy protocol MRP. You can assign the role of redundancy manager to the CP. ●...
  • Page 20 Properties and services 1.4 Further services and characteristics of the CP ● IP configuration For the PROFINET interface and the gigabit interface, you can configure how and with which method the CP is assigned the IP address, the subnet mask and the address of a gateway.
  • Page 21 Properties and services 1.4 Further services and characteristics of the CP ● Detection of double IP addressing in the network To save you timeconsuming troubleshooting in the network, the CP detects double addressing in the network. The reaction of the CP when double addressing is detected varies as follows: Characteristics of the PROFINET interface –...
  • Page 22 Properties and services 1.4 Further services and characteristics of the CP CP 443-1 Advanced (GX30) Manual, 03/2019, C79000-G8976-C256-05...
  • Page 23: Performance Data

    Measured values of transmission and reaction times in Ethernet, PROFIBUS and PROFINET networks for a series of configurations can be found on the Internet at the following address: Link: (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/25209605) Note Configuration limits for security functions Configuration limits for security are described in /17/ (Page 121).
  • Page 24: Characteristics Of S7 Communication

    Performance data 2.2 Characteristics of S7 communication ● 10 UDP connections ● 8 ISO transport connections ● 4 FTP connections (for FTP client mode) See section Characteristic data for FTP / FTPS mode (Page 36). Characteristics of S7 communication S7 communication provides data transfer via the ISO Transport or ISO-on-TCP protocols. Characteristic Explanation / values Total number of S7 connections on Industrial...
  • Page 25 Performance data 2.3 SEND/RECEIVE interface The following characteristics are important: Characteristic Explanation / values Number of SEND/RECEIVE connections TCP connections: 1...64 • 1) 2) ISO-on-TCP connections: 1...64 • ISO transport connections: 1...64 • Total number of UDP connections (specified and free) that can be •...
  • Page 26: Number Of Simultaneous Send/Receive Calls

    Performance data 2.3 SEND/RECEIVE interface Characteristic Explanation / values Maximum data length for AG_SSEND and AG_SRECV allow the transfer of user data with the AG_SSEND and AG_SRECV program blocks following lengths: 1. ISO-on-TCP, TCP, ISO transport: 1 to 1452 bytes 2.
  • Page 27 Performance data 2.3 SEND/RECEIVE interface Limitation by the CPU In productive operation, the number of SEND/RECEIVE calls that can be used at one time depends on the CPU resources being used. Note the information on the available CPU resources in section System environment (Page 41). The following CPU resources are required: ●...
  • Page 28: Characteristics Of Open Tcp/Ip Communication

    Performance data 2.4 Characteristics of open TCP/IP communication Table 2- 2 Dependency of the maximum number of RECEIVE calls long (AG_LRECV FC60) used at the same time on the number of SEND calls (CPU 416/417) Number of simultaneous 3, 4 8, 9 SEND calls Max.
  • Page 29: Characteristic Data For Profinet Cba

    Performance data 2.6 Characteristic data for PROFINET CBA Characteristic Explanation / values Size of the IO data area per submodule of a module in an IO device Inputs • 240 bytes • Outputs • 240 bytes • Size of the consistency area for a submodule 240 bytes The number of operable PROFINET IO devices can be reduced if the devices being used require extensive configura- tion data due to large numbers of submodules.
  • Page 30 Performance data 2.6 Characteristic data for PROFINET CBA If one of the limit values specified for the interconnections is exceeded, they cannot be downloaded to the module. When the interconnections are downloaded, the SIMATIC iMap configuration tool generates an error message to this effect. If a limit value relating to the number or size of components is exceeded, the CPU will not change to RUN! Characteristic Typical value...
  • Page 31 Performance data 2.6 Characteristic data for PROFINET CBA Characteristic Typical value Limit value with FB88 with FB90 Data length of all incoming intercon- 1000 bytes 2000 bytes 1452 bytes nections Note: The data length of all incoming inter- connections limited to 484 bytes gross per transmission frequency and per partner station.
  • Page 32: Cycle Times

    Performance data 2.6 Characteristic data for PROFINET CBA Characteristic Typical value Limit value with FB88 with FB90 Access to S7extended variables Maximum number of S7 connections 32 maximum for access to variables with the (not checked by iMap) Note: You should also keep in mind the maxi- PROFINET attribute "s7extended".
  • Page 33: Reaction Times

    Performance data 2.6 Characteristic data for PROFINET CBA Comparing CPU and CP 4431 Advanced In the documentation of the CPU 3172 PN/DP, for example, you can see the influence as shown in the following graphic. Measurement series 1 and 2 show this influence when the CPU interface is used for PROFINET CBA.
  • Page 34 Performance data 2.6 Characteristic data for PROFINET CBA Influences The actual reaction time is subject to certain fluctuations. The achievable reaction times for PROFINET CBA communication depend on the following factors: ● Type of interconnection (cyclic or acyclic) and the transfer frequency or scanning frequency;...
  • Page 35: Characteristics Of E-Mail Mode

    Performance data 2.7 Characteristics of e-mail mode Note: With shorter cycle times, the reaction times are further reduced and with longer cycle times they are correspondingly extended. Measurement results From the following diagram, you can see the average values for the reaction time of the cyclic interconnections depending on the size of the interface DB.
  • Page 36: Characteristic Data For Ftp / Ftps Mode

    Performance data 2.8 Characteristic data for FTP / FTPS mode To send emails, precisely one email connection must be set up per CP. The e-mail connection specifies the mail server of the e-mail provider via which all the mails sent by the Advanced CP are delivered.
  • Page 37: Characteristic Data Of Tcp Connections For Http / Https

    Performance data 2.9 Characteristic data of TCP connections for HTTP / HTTPS The block execution time in FTP depends on the reaction times of the partner and the length of the user data. A generally valid statement is therefore not possible. Older program blocks for FTP client mode The program blocks used in the predecessor modules for FTP transfer can continue to be used.
  • Page 38: Memory Organization In The Cp 4431 Advanced

    Performance data 2.11 Memory organization in the CP 4431 Advanced 2.11 Memory organization in the CP 4431 Advanced The data areas of the CP 4431 Advanced are organized as follows: Figure 2-4 Data areas of the CP Meaning of the memory areas ●...
  • Page 39: Characteristic Data Of The Integrated 4Port Switch

    Performance data 2.12 Characteristic data of the integrated 4port switch ● RAM area (/ram volatile memory): In contrast to the flash area, the RAM can be written to and read from any number of times. The data in the RAM is retained as long as the CP is supplied with power. The RAM is intended to store data that changes during operation and needs to be recorded (data recording services).
  • Page 40 Performance data 2.12 Characteristic data of the integrated 4port switch CP 443-1 Advanced (GX30) Manual, 03/2019, C79000-G8976-C256-05...
  • Page 41: Requirements For Use

    Requirements for use Configuration limits When using the CP type described here, the following limits apply: ● Number of operable CPs within a rack: 14 ● Number of CPs operating as PROFINET IO controllers within an S7 station: 4 ● Number of CPs that can be configured for PROFINET CBA communication within an S7 station: 1 Note Number of CPs operating as PROFINET IO controllers...
  • Page 42 Requirements for use 3.2 System environment ● H communication – H CPUs do not support PROFINET CBA. – Supported with an H-CPU as of firmware version 4.5. For CPUs with version < V6 the CP works as a CPU proxy. ●...
  • Page 43 Requirements for use 3.2 System environment Article number of the as of firmware a = multiprocessor mode CPU: 6ES7... version b = number of operable CPs c = CPU resources for SEND/RECEIVE jobs d = LOCK/UNLOCK e = PROFINET IO CPU 412-2PN ..412-2EK07-0AB0 V7.0...
  • Page 44 Requirements for use 3.2 System environment Article number of the as of firmware a = multiprocessor mode CPU: 6ES7... version b = number of operable CPs c = CPU resources for SEND/RECEIVE jobs d = LOCK/UNLOCK e = PROFINET IO CPU 417-4 ..417-4XL04-0AB0 V4.1...
  • Page 45: Project Engineering

    • Innovations of firmware version V3.2 • * You will find the HSP on the Internet pages of Siemens Industry Online Support at the following address: Link: (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/23183356) ** You will find the program block library on the Internet pages of Siemens Industry Online Support at the following address: Link: (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/109481127)
  • Page 46: Softnet Security Client For Vpn Tunnels With Pcs

    Using current block versions We recommend that you always use the latest block versions for all module types. You will find the current blocks to download from the Internet in Siemens Industry Online Support at the following address: Link: (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/ps/15335/dl) With older module types, this recommendation assumes that you are using the latest firmware for the particular module type.
  • Page 47 Requirements for use 3.5 Programming Using program blocks for the SEND/RECEIVE interface For data transfer on the SEND/RECEIVE interface, there are program blocks for short and long blocks of data. For fast data transmission up to a data length of 1452 bytes, the SPEED SEND/RECEIVE program blocks AG_SSEND (FC53) and AG_SRECV (FC63) are supported.
  • Page 48 Requirements for use 3.5 Programming CP 443-1 Advanced (GX30) Manual, 03/2019, C79000-G8976-C256-05...
  • Page 49: Leds

    LEDs LED display The display on the front panel consists of the following LEDs that indicate the operating mode and communications status. Figure 4-1 LEDs front panel CP 443-1 Advanced The LEDs have the following meaning: ● INTF: Internal error ●...
  • Page 50 LEDs INTF EXTF BUS1F (red) STOP CP operating mode BUS2F (red) * (red) (red) (green) (yellow) Starting up (STOP->RUN) Running (RUN) Stopping (RUN->STOP) Stopped (STOP) In STOP mode, configuring and per- forming diagnostics on the CP remain possible. STOP with internal error or memory reset.
  • Page 51 LEDs INTF EXTF BUS1F (red) STOP CP operating mode BUS2F (red) * (red) (red) (green) (yellow) The gigabit interface is networked • in STEP 7 but no Ethernet cable is connected. A duplicate IP address was de- • tected after the CP was in RUN. Difference in the transmission •...
  • Page 52 LEDs CP communications status / LED display patterns Display Meaning TXD (green) CP sending over Ethernet. Note: Sending over PROFINET IO is not signaled here. RXD (green) CP is receiving over Ethernet. Note: Receiving over PROFINET IO is not signaled here. X1P1 Port has no connection over Ethernet.
  • Page 53: Installation And Commissioning

    Installation and commissioning Important notes on using the device Safety notices on the use of the device Note the following safety notices when setting up and operating the device and during all associated work such as installation, connecting up or replacing the device. WARNING Safety requirements for installation The devices are "open equipment"...
  • Page 54: Notices On Use In Hazardous Areas According To Atex / Iecex

    Installation and commissioning 5.1 Important notes on using the device WARNING Power supply The equipment is designed for operation with Safety Extra-Low Voltage (SELV) by a Limited Power Source (LPS). This means that only SELV / LPS complying with IEC 60950-1 / EN 60950-1 / VDE 0805-1 must be connected to the power supply terminals.
  • Page 55: Notices On Use In Hazardous Areas According To Ul Hazloc

    Installation and commissioning 5.1 Important notes on using the device WARNING Cable If the cable or conduit entry point exceeds 70 °C or the branching point of conductors exceeds 80 °C, special precautions must be taken. If the equipment is operated in an air ambient in excess of 50 °C, only use cables with admitted maximum operating temperature of at least 80 °C.
  • Page 56: Installing And Connecting Up

    Installation and commissioning 5.2 Installing and connecting up Installing and connecting up Installing and connecting up the CP The steps for installing and connecting up the CP are explained below. 1. Turn off the power supply when you have configured the CP for PROFINET IO communication.
  • Page 57 Installation and commissioning 5.2 Installing and connecting up 5. Connect the CP to Industrial Ethernet via one of the RJ45 jacks. Note Operation with security on the external network Make sure that the interfaces function correctly if you use the Security function of the CP. If you use the security function of the CP, only connect the gigabit interface port X1P1 to the network after the configuration with security enabled has been loaded.
  • Page 58: Commissioning

    Installation and commissioning 5.3 Commissioning Note MRP configuration With an MRP configuration, keep to the setup guidelines for MRP. You will find examples of network attachments and MRP setup guidelines in the general Part A of this manual /2/ (Page 118). Separating the PROFINET and the gigabit interface It is advisable to connect the PROFINET interface and gigabit interface physically to separate networks.
  • Page 59 Installation and commissioning 5.3 Commissioning Follow the steps outlined below: 1. Download the configuration data from your STEP 7 project to the S7400 station. Requirement: You have configured the CP in a STEP 7 project for the properties and services you want to use. You can connect the PG when configuring the CP as follows: –...
  • Page 60: Cplug (Configuration Plug)

    Installation and commissioning 5.4 CPLUG (configuration plug) CPLUG (configuration plug) Exchangeable C-PLUG The CP has an exchangeable configuration plug (CPLUG). This can store up to 32 MB of data in nonvolatile memory. ● The retentive parameters include: – IP address and IP parameters –...
  • Page 61 Installation and commissioning 5.4 CPLUG (configuration plug) Figure 5-2 Inserting a C-PLUG Removing the C-PLUG Remove the C-PLUG from the compartment using a screwdriver. Figure 5-3 Removing the C-PLUG It is only necessary to remove the C-PLUG if a fault occurs on the CP. Function If the C-PLUG has not been written to (factory status), when the device starts up all configuration data of the CP is automatically backed up.
  • Page 62 Installation and commissioning 5.4 CPLUG (configuration plug) Formatting a C-PLUG Note the restrictions when a protection level is configured for the CPU. See section Effects of protection levels (Page 67) for information on this. Diagnostics / displays on the device General malfunctions of the C-PLUG are signaled by the diagnostics mechanisms of the CP (LED display).
  • Page 63: Configuration And Operation

    ● Keep the firmware up to date. Check regularly for security updates of the firmware and use them. ● Check regularly for new features on the Siemens Internet pages. – Here you can find information on Industrial Security: Link: (http://www.siemens.com/industrialsecurity) –...
  • Page 64 Configuration and operation 6.1 Security recommendations Security functions of the product Use the options for security settings in the configuration of the product. These includes among others: ● Protection levels Configure access to the CPU under "Protection". ● Security function of the communication –...
  • Page 65 Configuration and operation 6.1 Security recommendations If you want to later change parameters in a DB, for example a password, remember the following: The contents of a DB with know-how protection are no longer visible and can only be changed via the source or by direct assignment of parameters. Passwords ●...
  • Page 66 Configuration and operation 6.1 Security recommendations Service/ Protocol/ Default port Configurable Authentication Encryption Protocol port number status Service Port PROFINET CM UDP/34964 Open PROFINET-RPC 2x UDP/552xx Open PROFINET-PN-EPM PROFINET-CBA TCP/135 Closed Explanation for table: ● Service/Protocol Protocols that the device supports. ●...
  • Page 67: Controlling The Mode

    Configuration and operation 6.2 Controlling the mode Controlling the mode You can change the mode of the CP between RUN and STOP using the STEP 7 configuration software or using STEP 7 special diagnostics. Note the restrictions when a protection level is configured for the CPU. See section Effects of protection levels (Page 67) for information on this.
  • Page 68: Configuration In Step 7

    Configuration and operation 6.4 Configuration in STEP 7 ● Formatting the C-PLUG Note the additional restriction if a protection level of the CPU is enabled. ● Loading firmware using the Firmware Loader. Further restrictions on access to the CP result from configuring a protection level for the CPU.
  • Page 69: Interface Configuration

    Configuration and operation 6.5 Interface configuration Interface configuration 6.5.1 Network settings 6.5.1.1 IP address assignment and communications path Networking the gigabit interface and PROFINET interface If the communications partner can be reached via the PROFINET interface and a router, you should not network the gigabit interface with the subnet of the communications partner at the same time.
  • Page 70 Configuration and operation 6.5 Interface configuration Automatic setting or individual network settings As default, the CP is configured for automatic detection (autosensing). Note In normal situations, the basic setting ensures troublefree communication. You should only change this in exceptional situations. If you create a manual configuration for the CP and disable the autonegotiation option, the automatic negotiation of the network settings (autonegotiation) is no longer effective.
  • Page 71: Transmission Speed Of The Gigabit Interface

    Configuration and operation 6.5 Interface configuration Further notes: ● 10/100 Mbps network components without "autonegotiation" If you use 10/100 Mbps network components that do not support "Autonegotiation", it is possible that you will have to set the mode manually. ● Forcing a specific mode instead of "Automatic settings" If your application requires a specific mode instead of the automatic settings, you will need to match up the partner devices.
  • Page 72: Ip Configuration And Dhcp

    Configuration and operation 6.5 Interface configuration 6.5.2 IP configuration and DHCP 6.5.2.1 S7 connections and DHCP Configured S7 connections cannot be operated if the IP address is assigned over DHCP Note If you obtain the IP address using DHCP, any S7 connections you may have configured will not work.
  • Page 73: Unused Profinet Interface Without Bus2F Indicator

    Configuration and operation 6.6 Port configuration with redundant partners 6.5.3 Unused PROFINET interface without BUS2F indicator BUS2F display for a PROFINET interface that is not connected If no cable is connected to any port of the PROFINET interface, with a networked PROFINET interface in the configuration this causes the "BUS2F"...
  • Page 74: Profinet Io Mode

    Configuration and operation 6.7 PROFINET IO mode PROFINET IO mode 6.7.1 How PROFINET IO devices start up in a large configuration When operating the module with a large configuration (up to 128 communications connections and up to 128 PROFINET IO devices), it may take several minutes when the station starts up before all PROFINET IO devices have received configuration data from the PROFINET IO controller.
  • Page 75: Irt Communication: Types Of Synchronization

    Configuration and operation 6.7 PROFINET IO mode There is a significant improvement in speed even in the following situations: ● Applications that generally require a fast start-up time for the IO devices after turning on the power or following station failure/station return. ●...
  • Page 76: Operating Profinet Io Devices With A Current Firmware Version

    ● IM151-3PN with article number 6ES7151-3AA20-0AB0 ● IM151-3PN with article number 6ES7151-3BA20-0AB0 You will find the current firmware versions on the Internet at the following address: Link: (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/22810435) 6.7.6 Shared device - using the router address Shared devices allow more than one PROFINET IO controller to access different submodules of the same PROFINET IO device.
  • Page 77: Media Redundancy

    Configuration and operation 6.8 Media redundancy Remedy The IO device being used as a shared device will only take part in data exchange if the higher-level I/O controllers are configured identically in terms of using routers. You should therefore configure the PROFINET interfaces on the other IO controllers as follows: ●...
  • Page 78: Programmed Communication Connections With Ip_Config

    Configuration and operation 6.9 Interface in the user program 6.9.2 Programmed communication connections with IP_CONFIG Downloading the configuration using FB55 FB55 allows programcontrolled transfer of the configuration data. Note If the CP is in PG STOP mode and the configuration is downloaded using FB55; the CP then changes automatically to RUN.
  • Page 79: Programmed Communications Connections - Assigning Parameters To The Ports

    Configuration and operation 6.9 Interface in the user program 6.9.4 Programmed communications connections - assigning parameters to the ports The CP now supports the following settings when assigning parameters to the ports in the parameter block for TCP connections and UDP connections: ●...
  • Page 80: Recommendation For Use With A High Communications Load

    Configuration and operation 6.9 Interface in the user program Note: The TSAPs can be 2-16 bytes long. The first two bytes must be occupied as described, you can use the other bytes to suit your task. Note Note that the number of dynamically established connections also depends on the number of configured, statically established connections.
  • Page 81: Security

    Configuration and operation 6.10 Security Remedy Note the following recommendations: ● Do not call communication program blocks cyclically in OB1! Communication should be called timecontrolled in a suitable cyclicinterrupt OB. The call interval of this OB should be significantly higher than the average cycle time of OB1. ●...
  • Page 82: Activating Ip Access Protection

    Configuration and operation 6.10 Security 6.10.3 Activating IP access protection Dynamically expanding the IP access protection list with the firewall deactivated If security is activated while the firewall is deactivated, there is no IP access protection. In other words IP access in this device status is not restricted to the IP addresses entered in the IP access protection list.
  • Page 83: Time-Of-Day Synchronization

    Configuration and operation 6.11 Time-of-day synchronization Effect: In this STEP 7 status, the properties of the CP cannot be configured. Solution: Close STEP 7 special diagnostics to obtain access to the properties dialog of the CP. 6.11 Time-of-day synchronization General rules The CP supports the two modes explained below for timeofday synchronization: ●...
  • Page 84: Snmp

    Configuration and operation 6.12 SNMP 6.12 SNMP SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) SNMP is a protocol for managing networks. To transmit data, SNMP uses the connectionless UDP protocol. The information on the properties of SNMPcompliant devices is entered in MIB files (MIB = Management Information Base).
  • Page 85 Configuration and operation 6.12 SNMP Exceptions / restrictions: ● Write access is permitted only for the following MIB objects of the system group: – sysContact – sysLocation – sysName A set sysName is sent as the host name using DHCP option 12 to the DHCP server to register with a DNS server.
  • Page 86: Ping: Permitted Length Of Icmp Packets

    If you use an SNMP tool, you will find the MIB files relevant to the CP in the STEP 7 installation in the following folder: <Drive>\<Installation folder>\Siemens\Step7\S7DATA\snmp\mib For the Automation System MIB, for example, these are the following files: ● automationPS.mib ●...
  • Page 87: Using The Cp For Profinet Cba

    Configuration and operation 6.15 Using the CP for PROFINET CBA Depending on the firmware version of the CPU you are using, set the monitoring time with the following method: ● H CPU with firmware as of V6.0 The setting is made in the properties parameters of the configured connection. ●...
  • Page 88: Preparing For Configuration With Step 7

    Configuration and operation 6.15 Using the CP for PROFINET CBA The activities of the program blocks FB90 and FB88 on the interface to the user program are practically the same. The following points apply: ● The interface parameters are identical; ●...
  • Page 89: Profinet Cba Configuration With Simatic Imap

    Configuration and operation 6.15 Using the CP for PROFINET CBA 6.15.3 PROFINET CBA configuration with SIMATIC iMap Function in the PROFINET CBA environment The CP 4431 Advanced is a PROFINET CBAcompliant device. An S7400 station equipped with this CP can be interconnected in SIMATIC iMap as a PROFINET CBA component. The project engineering of the interconnections between the PROFINET CBA components is done in the plant view of SIMATIC iMap.
  • Page 90 Configuration and operation 6.15 Using the CP for PROFINET CBA S7400 stations with CP 443-1 Advanced Figure 6-2 Plant view in SIMATIC iMap Assigning addresses and properties You assign addresses and properties depending on the component type of the S7400 station as follows: ●...
  • Page 91 Configuration and operation 6.15 Using the CP for PROFINET CBA Case B: S7400 station as standard component To download with SIMATIC iMap, follow the steps below: 1. Download the user program and configuration data to the S7400 station with SIMATIC iMap.
  • Page 92: Using Profinet Cba Communication And Standard Communication At The Same Time

    Configuration and operation 6.15 Using the CP for PROFINET CBA 6.15.4 Using PROFINET CBA communication and standard communication at the same time Note The information in this section applies only if a singleton component was created from the S7400 station. With a standard component, the connection information configured in STEP 7 is lost.
  • Page 93 Configuration and operation 6.15 Using the CP for PROFINET CBA For the PROFINET CBA device, this means the following procedure: 1. First configure unspecified connections in STEP 7 (only with TCP - see above). 2. Create suitable user programs in STEP 7 to handle communication with the conventional devices.
  • Page 94 Configuration and operation 6.15 Using the CP for PROFINET CBA CP 443-1 Advanced (GX30) Manual, 03/2019, C79000-G8976-C256-05...
  • Page 95: Diagnostics And Upkeep

    Diagnostics and upkeep Online security diagnostics via port 443 Security diagnostics via port 443 Requirement: Access to the Web server of the CP is activated via HTTPS. If you want to perform security diagnostics in STEP 7 Professional, follow the steps below: 1.
  • Page 96: The Cp As Web Server

    Diagnostics and upkeep 7.3 The CP as Web server ● STEP 7 Professional In the "Diagnostics" tab in the Inspector window, you will see the following information: – Entries in the diagnostics buffer of the CPU – Information on the online status In the "Online >...
  • Page 97: Replacing Older Modules: Module Replacement / Upgrading

    Diagnostics and upkeep 7.4 Replacing older modules: Module replacement / upgrading The current S7 Beans library can be downloaded from the Internet pages of Siemens Industry Online Support at the following address: Link: (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/22964892) Web diagnostics The CP also provides HTML pages for Web diagnostics. HTML pages are used to transfer and display information in a Web browser.
  • Page 98 Diagnostics and upkeep 7.4 Replacing older modules: Module replacement / upgrading Distinction When replacing existing modules with the module described here, the following variants must be distinguished: ● Replacing a device Describes the situation when an existing module can be replaced with a new module simply by pulling/plugging without changing the configuration.
  • Page 99 Diagnostics and upkeep 7.4 Replacing older modules: Module replacement / upgrading Module replacement with a CP 443-1 Advanced (GX20 / EX40 / EX41) Note the following procedure when replacing an older module (GX20, EX40 or EX41) with the new module (GX30): Step 1: Replacing the CP 1.
  • Page 100: Replacing Older Modules: Cps With Configurable Data Management

    Diagnostics and upkeep 7.5 Replacing older modules: CPs with configurable data management Replacing older modules: CPs with configurable data management Other older modules (GX11) can be replaced in different ways depending on the type of data management: Data management on the CPU: Replacing a device Here, it is not necessary to adapt or download the configuration data;...
  • Page 101: Replacing A Module Without A Programming Device

    Diagnostics and upkeep 7.6 Replacing a module without a programming device Result After downloading the configuration, the CP changes to RUN. The following table shows you which of the options described above are available with the module types that were available up to now. Note the description of the possible procedures above.
  • Page 102 Diagnostics and upkeep 7.6 Replacing a module without a programming device For information on replacing previous modules, refer to the information in section Diagnostics and upkeep (Page 95). Note Module replacement in PROFINET CBA With PROFINET CBA, interconnection information is stored only on the CP. As a result the benefits of "Module replacement without PG"...
  • Page 103: Loading New Firmware

    Diagnostics and upkeep 7.7 Loading new firmware Loading new firmware Options for a firmware update You can use the following alternative methods to download a new firmware file to the CP: ● The firmware loader supplied with STEP 7 V5 Requirement for downloading: –...
  • Page 104: Memory Reset / Reset To Factory Defaults

    Diagnostics and upkeep 7.8 Memory reset / reset to factory defaults Follow the steps outlined below: 1. Connect the CP module to the PG/PC via a LAN cable. 2. Start the download on your PG/PC using one of the firmware download functions described above.
  • Page 105 Diagnostics and upkeep 7.8 Memory reset / reset to factory defaults If you subsequently upload the configuration data from the CPU to a PG you will always obtain the configuration data that was previously on the CP (with parameters, connections, IP address).
  • Page 106 Diagnostics and upkeep 7.8 Memory reset / reset to factory defaults The CPU in the S7 station does not recognize that the CP memory was reset. The CP changes to the "stopped with error" state (see section LEDs (Page 49)). The configuration data must then be reloaded.
  • Page 107 Diagnostics and upkeep 7.8 Memory reset / reset to factory defaults Figure 7-2 Memory after Reset to Factory Settings Note Interconnection information for PROFINET CBA is deleted Interconnection information for PROFINET CBA is included in the retentively stored parameters on the C-PLUG. This interconnection information is therefore deleted in this procedure.
  • Page 108 Diagnostics and upkeep 7.8 Memory reset / reset to factory defaults CP 443-1 Advanced (GX30) Manual, 03/2019, C79000-G8976-C256-05...
  • Page 109: Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications Table 8- 1 Technical specifications of the CP 443-1 Advanced Technical specifications Article numbers CP 443-1 Advanced 6GK7 443-1GX30-0XE0 • • CP 443-1 Advanced (conformal 6GK7 443-1GX30-0XE1 • • coating) Attachment to Industrial Ethernet Amount 1 x gigabit interface 1 x PROFINET interface with 4port switch Design of gigabit interface Connector...
  • Page 110 Technical specifications Technical specifications Relative humidity During operation ≤ 95 % at 25 °C, no condensation Operating altitude ≤ 2,000 m above sea level Contaminant concentration Acc. to ISA-S71.04 severity level G1, G2, G3 Design, dimensions and weight Module format Compact module for S7-400, single width Degree of protection IP20...
  • Page 111: Approvals

    Approvals Approvals issued Note Issued approvals on the type plate of the device The specified approvals apply only when the corresponding mark is printed on the product. You can check which of the following approvals have been granted for your product by the markings on the type plate.
  • Page 112 Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council of 8 June 2011 on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment The EC Declaration of Conformity is available for all responsible authorities at: Siemens Aktiengesellschaft Division Process Industries and Drives Process Automation...
  • Page 113 You should also note the information in the document "Use of subassemblies/modules in a Zone 2 Hazardous Area" that you will find on the Internet at the following address: Link: (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/78381013) ATEX The product meets the requirements of EC Directive 94/9/EC "Equipment and Protective Systems Intended for Use in Potentially Explosive Atmospheres"...
  • Page 114 Approvals Applied standards: ● EN 61000-6-4 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 6-4: Generic standards - Emission standard for industrial environments ● EN 61000-6-2 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 6-2: Generic standards - Immunity for industrial environments RoHS The CP meets the requirements of the EU directive 2011/65/EC on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.
  • Page 115 SIMATIC NET products are regularly submitted to the relevant authorities and approval centers for approvals relating to specific markets and applications. If you require a list of the current approvals for individual devices, consult your Siemens contact or check the Internet pages of Siemens Industry Online Support: Link: (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/ps/15351/cert)
  • Page 116 Approvals CP 443-1 Advanced (GX30) Manual, 03/2019, C79000-G8976-C256-05...
  • Page 117: Documentation References

    Documentation references Where to find Siemens documentation ● Article numbers You will find the article numbers for the Siemens products of relevance here in the following catalogs: – SIMATIC NET - Industrial Communication / Industrial Identification, catalog IK PI – SIMATIC - Products for Totally Integrated Automation and Micro Automation, catalog...
  • Page 118: A.1.2 /2

    A.1 On configuring, commissioning and using the CP A.1.2 SIMATIC NET S7 CPs for Industrial Ethernet Configuring and Commissioning - configuration manual manual Part A - General Applications Siemens AG Link: (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/30374198) A.1.3 SIMATIC NET Version History/Current Downloads for the SIMATIC NET S7 CPs History document...
  • Page 119: On Installing And Commissioning The Cp

    A.2 On installing and commissioning the CP On installing and commissioning the CP A.2.1 SIMATIC S7 Automation System S7-400, M7-400 Siemens AG ● Installation: Installation manual Link: (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/1117849) ● Module Data: Reference Manual Link: (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/1117740) ● CPU data: Device Manual...
  • Page 120: On Programming (Blocks, Opc)

    ● Programming with STEP 7 (ID: 18652056) ● Configuring Hardware and Connections with STEP 7 (ID: 18652631) ● From S5 to S7, Converter Manual (ID: 1118413) Siemens AG Order number 6ES7 810-4CA08-8AW0 (part of the online documentation in STEP 7) On programming (blocks, OPC) A.4.1...
  • Page 121: Industrial Ethernet Security

    Configuration manual Siemens AG Link: (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/ps/15326/man) A.5.2 /18/ You will find further information on IT security and on data security in industrial communication on the following Internet pages of Siemens AG: Link: (http://www.automation.siemens.com/mcms/industrial-communication/en/ie/industrial- ethernet-security) CP 443-1 Advanced (GX30) Manual, 03/2019, C79000-G8976-C256-05...
  • Page 122: For Application And Configuration Of Profinet Io

    A.6 For application and configuration of PROFINET IO For application and configuration of PROFINET IO A.6.1 /19/ SIMATIC PROFINET system description system manual Siemens AG Link: (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/ps/13715/man) A.6.2 /20/ SIMATIC From PROFIBUS DP to PROFINET IO Programming manual Siemens AG Link: (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/19289930)
  • Page 123: On Setting Up And Operating An Industrial Ethernet Network

    A.8 On setting up and operating an Industrial Ethernet network A.7.4 /24/ You will find more detailed information on SIMATIC iMap on the Internet under the following entry ID: Link: (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/ps/14366) On setting up and operating an Industrial Ethernet network A.8.1 /25/ SIMATIC NET...
  • Page 124 Documentation references A.8 On setting up and operating an Industrial Ethernet network CP 443-1 Advanced (GX30) Manual, 03/2019, C79000-G8976-C256-05...
  • Page 125: Index

    Index Applets, 96 Redundancy, 73 Router address, 76 Beans, 96 Safety notices, 53 Security diagnostics, 95 Service & Support, 7 Shared device C-PLUG, 60 Using router address, 76 SIMATIC NET glossary, 7 SIMATIC NET Manual Collection, 5 SIMATIC Safety, 17 Documentation, 4 STEP 7, 4 Downloads, 5...
  • Page 126 Index CP 443-1 Advanced (GX30) Manual, 03/2019, C79000-G8976-C256-05...