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deformation:testsetup1 [2012/08/29 04:51]
Jim Lovell [PC Software]
deformation:testsetup1 [2012/11/29 05:19] (current)
Jim Lovell [PC Software]
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         * Came up on COM3, 9600 baud, 8 bit, parity none, stop bits 1, flow control none.         * Came up on COM3, 9600 baud, 8 bit, parity none, stop bits 1, flow control none.
       * Connected power to logger via DC power-pack. No luck. Direct connection to battery works       * Connected power to logger via DC power-pack. No luck. Direct connection to battery works
-      * MAC address for Array 1 00d02c04b057,​ Array 2 00d02c04b051+      * MAC address for Array 1 00d02c04b057,​ Array 2 00d02c04b051 ​and temporary IP addresses are 131.217.62.92 and .93 respectively and called AUScope-Array1.phys... and AUScope-Array2.phys... 
 +      * In Device Config Utility,  
 +        * Connection over serial with ethernet plugged in, shown DHCP working and TCP port set to 6785 
 +        * In Datalogger tab, Station name is Array1, PakBus Address 1, security code 0 
 +        * edited .cipasswd file (New Services Tab) to give usual observer password for admin, FTP password for anonymous is the same 
 +        * In logger Control, hit Set clock (synchs with PC clock, so that needs to be on an NTP server) 
 +        * In data monitor, can see logged data (after plugging in sensors), other stats like batther level etc. 
 +        * Finished, so disconnect. 
 +      * Now in EZSetup Wizzard 
 +        *  IP address set to 131.217.62.92:​6785,​ pakbus 1, security code 0 
 +        * Comm test worked! 
 +      * Configured Array2 as above, just different name and I address, PakBus Address 1 (tried 2 but failed the comms test).
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