Mark_F
I did not find this explicitly stated anywhere:

Inside the ICD there is an Ethernet Hub, two ports are broken out to the main connector, this allows
users to connect other Ethernet devices to the ICD, for example an IPS32 or ECU etc.

Also ensure that you are using ethernet cable to provide maximum speed and reliability.

IPS32 to ICD Hub Wiring:

 

IPS32                     ICD

49                           39

48                           38

52                           52

51                           51

                                GND-SHIELD for E-Net Wires

 

ICD to Download Conn

 

ICD                         D/L Conn - Traditional Cosworth Autosport download connector

23                           13

24                           12

8                              11

9                              10

GND-SHIELD for E-Net Wires

M272, 2JZ, EJ25 Power!

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demlotcrew
Thanks Mark!

What if one has SQ6M and other enet peripherals? 
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Milan Spicak
Hi demlotcrew,

Basically you can use the Ethernet HUB inside the ICD for any Cosworth devices.

The usual Ethernet infrastructure looks like the following:

SQ6M --> ICD Eth 1 
                 ICD Eth 2 --> PC

Cosworth Support
Cosworth Electronics 

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demlotcrew
Thanks Milan! 

I have SQ6M, ICD Pro and IPS32, Guess one will not be on the same network? 

Andrew
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David_Moeremans
Hi Milan,

the question:
demlotcrew wrote:
Thanks Milan! 

I have SQ6M, ICD Pro and IPS32, Guess one will not be on the same network? 

Andrew


Was never answered, and I would like to do the same, there is no solution for this I guess?

Thanks,
David
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CosworthSupport
Hi David,

The original comment from demlotcrew was correct. If the devices you have are SQ6M, ICD Pro and IPS32 you will not be able to fit all of these items onto the same network as there are not enough ethernet ports.
ICD has 2
SQ6M has 1
IPS32 has 1

Therefore you can co PC to ICD to 1 other device. you would then need a second connection to the remaining device.

You could look at adding in our RLU Remote Logger Unit which has 3 ethernet ports and enables the ability to log data from any Toolset device (IPS32 and ICD in your case) to a USB stick for USB offload as well as the additional ethernet ports to network your vehicle.
Cosworth Support
Cosworth Electronics
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