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COMPROTware:Testtool 2.21

Release T.2.21.1 — Builddate 2021-03-12 — Tested Release

Download

Download the CPTT 2.21 installation file from cptt_2.21.msi (approx. 4650K). For installation, double click the MSI file and follow the installation instructions.

What is new?

  • General:
    • (2.21.1) At start resp. end of simulation or monitoring, the protocol profile, serial device/network info, simulation and monitoring statistics are shown with Formatting Option "Brief" with limited and with Formatting Option "Full" in full detail.
    • (2.21.1) Serial line receiving improved:
      • Raw data serial: Fast, en masse char stream handling improved.
      • On MS Windows, all protocols: Handling of fast, en masse stream of unexpected non-Frame characters and of bad parity/bad framing chars improved.
      • On MS Windows, all protocols: Behavior in high system load situations improved.
    • (2.21.1) In CPTT 2.19.4 we started to remove support for User Engine Classes UECV1 and UECV2. With this release UECV1 and UECV2 are fully removed.
    • (2.21.1) CPTT now is a RIO-Server, too!
      We integrated a RIO-Server into CPTT. You can turn on the in CPTT integrated RIO-Server (no protocol license, no dongle necessary) in Edit, General, Preferences ... After it is turned on, this RIO-Server can be controlled by a remote CPTT. You can remotely monitor via the serial ports, via Pcap and via SockRaw.
    • Many minor improvements ...

  • GUI:
    • Many minor improvements ...

  • Transmission Protocols:
    • (2.21.1) All protocols: At the beginning of a line a orange marker indicates a warning and a red marker indicates an error. For an error the descriptive text is always shown. For a warning the descriptive text is shown if in Formatting Options the corresponding toggle switch is on.

    • (2.21.1) IEC 60870-5-101:
      • Dissector: Now a warning is shown if on Link Layer the function code, the address, FCV, ACD or DFC is incorrect.
      • Dissector: Now a warning is shown if improper Common Address or improper Information Object Address is used for a Type Ident.
    • (2.21.1) IEC 60870-5-104:
      • Dissector: Now a warning is shown if improper Common Address or improper Information Object Address is used for a Type Ident.

    • Many minor improvements ...