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FX Series RFID Readers Integrator Guide

IP Address Connect

Use the IP address to connect to the reader. Connect the reader to the local network and boot it up. See
Start-up/Boot LED Sequence on page
Open a browser. Recommended browsers are IE6, IE7, IE8, or Mozilla 3.
1.
Enter the IP address in the browser (e.g., http://157.235.88.99) and press
2.
The
3.
Console Login
Proceed to
Administrator Console Login on page 4-8
4.

APIPA (Automatic Private IP Addressing)

If a DHCP server is not available, the FX Series readers can use APIPA to automatically provide a unique network
IP address. The FX Series readers can then use TCP/IP to communicate with other computers also using an
APIPA-generated IP address.
NOTE APIPA does not function if DHCP is disabled in the reader. When using APIPA, the FX Series reader
cannot communicate with computers on different subnets, or that do not use automatic private IP
addressing. Automatic private IP addressing is enabled by default. For additional information go to:
http://support.microsoft.com/ and search on APIPA
Go to
>
1.
Start
Settings
DHCP to
(even though no DHCP server is reachable) and open a browser window.
On
In the
2.
General
Set Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Window
Figure 4-2
3-7. The green power LED indicates that the reader is ready.
window appears and the reader is ready.
>
Network Connections
tab, select
Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
to login to the reader.
>
Local Area Connection Status
and click Properties.
.
Enter
and select Properties. Set the
System

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