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522 Practical Modern SCADA Protocols: DNP3, 60870.5 and Related Systems 05640DC405001A006378C6C601010200003F3806056 451441A0005004F65DFC681000001020100003F0081 018101BB390181010181818101818101010101010117 AC01010101010101010101010101010101BBC301010 101010101010101010101010101BBC30101010101010 10101010101E481 What are the Control Bytes for the packets. Hex Binary The First Packet Bits The Second Packet Bits A to B Primary/Sec B to A Primary/Sec FCB / Res FCB / Res (FCB) FCV/ Ignored FCV / Ignored First bit of Function First bit of Function MSB What are the Functions of the packets? 1. 2. LSB

05640DC405001A006378C6C601010200003F3806056 451441A0005004F65DFC681000001020100003F0081 018101BB390181010181818101818101010101010117 AC01010101010101010101010101010101BBC301010 101010101010101010101010101BBC30101010101010 10101010101E481 Appendix D: Practicals 523 What is the Transport Layer Header information in the first packet? Hex = Binary FIN FIR Sequence Hex Decimal Is there more than one fragment? What is the Transport Layer Header information in the second packet? Hex = Binary FIN FIR Sequence Hex Decimal Is there more than one datagram / fragment?

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Contents Preface ..................

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Contents vii 12.6 Frame reception .

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Preface ix Chapter 3: Open SCADA pr

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1 Introduction Objectives When you

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Introduction 3 Figure 1.2 PC to IED

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Introduction 5 The interconnection

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Introduction 7 a number of sub-path

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Introduction 9 The Internet protoco

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Introduction 11 Outside the utiliti

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Key features of SCADA software incl

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2.2.2 Control processor unit (or CP

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2.5.2 Multi-point architecture (Mul

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2.6 Communication philosophies Fund

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Pin 8 - Data carrier detect (DCD) F

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2.7.6 Synchronous communications 2.

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The two most common modes of operat

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2.8.3 Error control/flow control Fu

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3 Open SCADA protocols DNP3 and IEC

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3.2.2 DNP 3.0 and IEC 60870 protoco

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4.2 Interoperability and open stand

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Preview of DNP3 69 The DNP3 User Gr

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Preview of DNP3 71 The capability t

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5 Fundamentals of distributed netwo

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Fundamentals of distributed network

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Fundamentals of distributed network

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5.3.6 Full-duplex procedures Fundam

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The message sequences are shown in

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These rules are illustrated in the

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Freeze functions are typically used

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6.2 Interoperability between DNP3 d

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6.3.2 Data classes and events Advan

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Recommendations: 6.3.9 Multiple obj

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6.3.15 Time-tagged binary input eve

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Preview of IEC 60870-5 171 7.2 Stan

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Preview of IEC 60870-5 173 Under IE

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Preview of IEC 60870-5 175 over cor

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8 Fundamentals of IEC 60870-5 8.1 T

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8.1.9 IEC 60870-5-101 1995 Fundamen

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Fundamentals of IEC 60870-5 185 MAS

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8.4 Data link layer Fundamentals of

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8.4.2 Order of information Fundamen

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8.4.5 Unbalanced and balanced trans

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Fundamentals of IEC 60870-5 197 The

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Function codes from secondary stati

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The following notes apply to these

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Fundamentals of IEC 60870-5 213 8.5

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Fundamentals of IEC 60870-5 221 Key

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Fundamentals of IEC 60870-5 225 Key

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8.6.4 Qualifier information element

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Key - QOC Qualifier of command QU Q

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Fundamentals of IEC 60870-5 235 LOF

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Type 11 Measured, scaled value Fund

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Type 20 Packed single-point with st

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Basic application functions: 9.2.3

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10 Differences between DNP3 and IEC

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Data objects: Differences between D

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10.2 Which one will win? Difference

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Intelligent electronic devices (IED

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11.2.5 Communications Intelligent e

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Ethernet and TCP/IP networks 317 tr

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Ethernet and TCP/IP networks 319 Th

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Ethernet and TCP/IP networks 325 si

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12.11.8 Fast Ethernet Ethernet and

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Figure 13.9 High speed Ethernet and

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14.2 UCA development UCA protocol 3

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14.3.1 Uniform communications infra

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UCA protocol 367 14.3.4 Uniform app

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14.3.5 Uniform data model UCA proto

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Figure 14.6 Device object model ove

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UCA protocol 373 An excellent refer

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Applications of DNP3 and SCADA prot

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16 Future developments Objectives W

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Appendix A Glossary 3GPP 10Base2 10

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Appendix A: Glossary 395 ATM Attenu

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Appendix A: Glossary 397 Capacitanc

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Appendix A: Glossary 399 Decibel (d

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Appendix A: Glossary 401 ESS Etherl

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Appendix A: Glossary 403 I/O addres

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Manchester encoding Appendix A: Glo

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Appendix A: Glossary 407 Packet PAD

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Appendix A: Glossary 409 RFI Ring R

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Appendix A: Glossary 411 TDMA TDR T

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Appendix A: Glossary 413 X.25 CCITT

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Appendix B: Implementers of DNP3 41

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DNP3 device profile Appendix C: Sam

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Appendix C: Sample device profile d

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Software setup Appendix D: Practica

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Appendix D: Practicals 431 1. Set u

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Objectives • To show how a basic

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Implementation/setting up TCP/IP Cl

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Appendix D: Practicals 437 Click on

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Appendix D: Practicals 441 Now rese

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Appendix D: Practicals 443 Practica

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Appendix D: Practicals 445 This sho

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Appendix D: Practicals 447 Once you

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: Appendix D: Pract

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Appendix D: Practicals 451 (This is

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Appendix D: Practicals 453 PRACTICA

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Appendix D: Practicals 459 Assume t

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