Device Discovery Documents

To start detecting and profiling devices connected to your industrial network, Qualys Network Passive Sensor needs to generate traffic required for device identity and retrieve device information. The device information is retrieved from the software you use for programming, configuring, and diagnosing your network devices.

Following table shows the OT protocols supported by Industrial Control System.

- Siemens S7 Comm

- Siemens S7 comm plus

- Profinet

- Ethernet IP

- CIP (Common Industrial Protocol)

- PCCC

- Modbus TCP

- BACnet

- Niagara Fox

- Johnson Controls Metasys

- DNP3

- IEC 104

- IEC 61850 – MMS

- Beckhoff AMS / ADS

- Omron​​​​​​​ Fins

- Mitsubishi Melsoft

- Mitsubishi CC Link

- Mitsubishi SLMP

- EtherCAT

 

- Emerson Delta-V

- Redlion Crimson

- Toyopuc

- Microsoft Discovery Protocol

- Schneider UMAS

- Honeywell Centcomm

- Proconos

- GE-SRTP

- MQTT

 

Following table shows the IT protocols supported by Industrial Control System.

- TCP

- UDP

- DHCP

- HTTP

- DNS

- SSH

- SSL

- Kerberos

- CDP

- LLDP

- UPnP

- SMTP

- SNMP

- Netbios

- SIP

- ARP

- IPv6 Neighbor Discovery

 

Refer to the following Device Discovery Documents which contain the procedure to generate the traffic flow from your network without any additional configuration in your control system. The procedure varies depending on the programming software you use. Pick up the vendor software of your choice, and go ahead with the device discovery procedure.

ABB AC 500 Controller

ABB AC 800M Control Builder

Beckhoff TwinCAT 3- eXtended Automation Engineering (XAE)

Emerson ControlWave Designer

GE Proficy Machine Edition

Johnson Controls Metasys (NAE/NCE)

Keyence KV Studio

Mitsubishi GX Works 3

Omron CX Programmer

Red Lion Crimson 3.1

Rockwell RSLinx Classic Gateway

Rockwell Studio 5000 Logix Designer

Schneider EcoStruxure Control Expert

Siemens SIMATIC Manager

Siemens TIA Portal V15.1

Siemens Desigo DXR controller

Toyopuc PCwin

WAGO BACnet Configurator

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