Ether-S-Bus is a protocol used for the communication with and between PCDs (Process Control Device) which are PLCs (Programmable Logic Controllers) manufactured by the company Saia-Burgess Controls Ltd. The protocol contains all necessary functions to completely configure, program a PCD and visualize its memory content and the states of the I/Os.
The first S-Bus (Saia Bus) was developed together with the first PCD type in 1990. At this time only the Serial-S-Bus on R
Ether-S-Bus uses UDP as its transport protocol. The port used by Ether-S-Bus is 5050.
The sbus dissector for Ether-S-Bus is fully functional (also it doesn't dissect every special command in detail). The plugin for Ethereal 0.99.0 (for Windows) is available at http://www.sbc-support.ch/faq.
There are no preference settings for the sbus dissector.
A complete list of PROTO display filter fields can be found in the display filter reference
Show only the Ether-S-Bus based traffic:
You cannot directly filter Ether-S-Bus protocols while capturing. However, you can filter on UDP port 5050.
Capture only the Ether-S-Bus traffic over the default port (5050):
udp port 5050
- http://www.sbc-support.ch/ Support page of Saia-Burgess Controls Ltd. - This page contains the manuals for S-Bus and Ether-S-Bus. For the full protocol description please mail to pcdsupport[AT]saia-burgess.com.
Imported from https://wiki.wireshark.org/EtherSBus on 2020-08-11 23:13:53 UTC