Look here: How to read the 1B/DE file with Esys software. (Also applies to the file 1B)
connect esys to the car, and open FSC-exented, and compiled as in photos.
follow the processes shown by the arrows, and have saved your file DE, in hex format.
Now if you open this file with hex editor, you will find the VIN of the CIC / NBT (in case you did not know)
Now convert the hex file, in base 64, as in the photo. (I use the online tools)
and you will get the file FSC (rename it as: F123456_000DE001.fsc) ready to be used with FSC generator.
Yes, the ENET cable can be used with CIC in E series.
(But it must be wired by the cic to the OBD port
use access login, and save the file: generalPersistencyData_DiagnosticSWTControlle
in position : // HBpersistence / normal
(do not ask data login thanks)
This file contains the file 1B.
open with hex editor, and look for the ‘index: 01 01 00 1B (early 1b files)
and copy 319 decimal successive,included 01 01 00 1B.
The conditions to works for E series:
- The CIC in your car must be factory fitted. When it is retrofit there is no Ethernet connection between OBD and CIC.
2. CIC must get IP address from DHCP to be accessible by ftp. Easy way is to connect enet cable to router and restart the CIC. After CIC restart it will have it’s own IP.
1- Yes, the ENET cable can be used with CIC in E series. (But it must be wired by the cic to the OBD port)
2- CIC, can have IP in DHCP or a static ip her, you just know.
Just use Tool32