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Owner's Manual
PJ Network Manager For Windows
This is the manual for the PJ Network Manager software.
This software is Windows-compliant, but non-Mac-compliant.
Read this manual thoroughly to operate the PJ Network Manager software.
First, read the owner's manual of the projector to understand the basic oper-
ation of the projector and the safety instructions.
The safety instructions in the owner's manuals should be followed strictly.
SNMP Manager Software

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    Owner's Manual PJ Network Manager For Windows This is the manual for the PJ Network Manager software. This software is Windows-compliant, but non-Mac-compliant. Read this manual thoroughly to operate the PJ Network Manager software. First, read the owner's manual of the projector to understand the basic oper- ation of the projector and the safety instructions.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Chapter 1 Introducing ............3 Introducing ..............................3 SNMP ...................................3 Trademarks ...............................3 Operating Environment ...........................4 Chapter 2 Set up ..............5 PJ Network Manager installation ......................6 PJ Network Manager un-installation ....................6 Chapter 3 Basic Operation ........... 7 Launching and quitting PJ Network Manager ................8 Name of status window ...........................8 Quitting PJ Network Manager ......................9 Menu tree .................................9...

  • Page 3: Chapter 1 Introducing

    Chapter 1 Introducing Introducing This PJ Network Manager is a SNMP manager software for the network equipment which supports the private MIB (Management Information Base). By installing the PJ Network Manager to the computer, you can monitor the equipment simply such as the projector, the projection monitor and the flat display monitor connect- ed to the network.

  • Page 4: Operating Environment

    Chapter 1 Introducing Operating Environment Item Minimum Recommended Pentium 4 2.0GHz or higher for Windows XP Pentium III 400MHz or higher Pentium 4 3.0GHz or higher for Windows Vista 256MB or higher for Windows XP Memory 128MB or higher 1GB or higher for Windows Vista More than 20MB of free disk space Screen SVGA (16 colors or more)

  • Page 5: Chapter 2 Set Up

    Chapter 2 Set up PJ NETWORK MANAGER OWNER'S MANUAL...

  • Page 6: Pj Network Manager Installation

    Chapter 2 Set up PJ Network Manager installation Set the supplied CD-ROM into the CD-ROM SetupTool. drive of your computer. Double click icon in the "PJ Network Manager" folder in the CD-ROM. Select "[English [United States]" from the pull- down menu on the "Choose Setup Language" window and click OK button to start installing and then follow the installation wizards.

  • Page 7: Chapter 3 Basic Operation

    Chapter 3 Basic Operation PJ NETWORK MANAGER OWNER'S MANUAL...

  • Page 8: Launching And Quitting Pj Network Manager

    Chapter 3 Basic Operation Launching and quitting PJ Network Manager To launch PJ Network Manager, take one of the following. - Select "PJ Network Manager" from the menu "Start" - "All programs". - Double click a management file* Name of status window Menu Tool bar Status column...

  • Page 9: Quitting Pj Network Manager

    Quitting PJ Network Manager [Note] * The PJ Network Manager cannot open multiple status windows at the same time. Quitting PJ Network Manager To quit the PJ Network Manager, click the close box on top right of the status window, or select "Exit"...

  • Page 10: Name Of The Button On The Tool Bar

    Chapter 3 Basic Operation Name of the button on the tool bar The following commands are assigned to the buttons on the tool bar. Save Target display Event log display Alert display Open Target monitoring Start/Stop Button Operation New ..........Creates a new management file. Open ..........

  • Page 11: Addition Of The Target

    Addition of the target Addition of the target Select Target Addition from Target menu. The target information registering window appears. Items Description Name ......Enter a management name of the target equipment. IP address ....Enter IP address of the target equipment. Community ...

  • Page 12: Setting Up The Warning Value

    Chapter 3 Basic Operation Setting up the warning value PJ Network Manager provides a function to display the alert when the use time of the set- ting item reaches a specified setting time. The available setting items (use time) are depend- ing on the target equipment.

  • Page 13: When Happens The Alert On The Target

    When happens the alert on the target When happens the alert on the target If the abnormality or connection error happens on the target, PJ Network Manager indi- cates target name, icon and status column item with red color to let you know the abnor- mality.

  • Page 14: Stopping Monitoring The Target

    Chapter 3 Basic Operation Stopping monitoring the target To stop monitoring the target, click button again on the tool bar. Displaying all the status information of the target Select a target and click button on the tool bar. The following status window appears and displays all the available status information of the target.

  • Page 15: Setting Up Default Setting

    Setting up default setting Setting up default setting The monitoring information and e-mail information can be set up by the procedure below. Select System default setting from System menu. The setting window will appear. Switch by clicking Monitoring information or E-mail information tab for each setting. Monitoring information Monitoring information Items...

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    Chapter 3 Basic Operation E-mail information E-mail information Items Description SMTP server ..... Sets up the IP address of SMTP mail server or server host name. Administrator's mail address Sets up the e-mail address of administrator ...... Destination mail address ........ Sets up the destination mail address when the event (ALERT, TRAP, SYSERR) happens on the target.

  • Page 17: Customizing The Status List

    Customizing the status list Customizing the status list Changing the status column indication Select Column selection from System menu. The col- umn selection window will appear. On the window, check the column name to be indi- cated on the status list. 0 The mark [*] next to the column name indicates alert item.

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    Chapter 3 Basic Operation Column Description IP address ........IP address of the network equipment Community ........Community name of the network equipment (public) Introduction date* ....Date of the network equipment installed Product info.......Name of the network equipment System name ......System name of the network equipment (Proj_05) Contact ..........Contact information of the network equipment Location ........Installed location of the network equipment Input signal ........Information of the input mode (Input1, Input2, etc.)

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    Customizing the status list To change order or width of the column Drag the status column name you want to change the order and move it on a new place and drop it. To change column width, set a mouse cursor onto the right edge of the col- umn to change, drag the mouse on it and adjust the column width.

  • Page 20: Viewing The Alert Information

    Chapter 3 Basic Operation Viewing the alert information Click button on the tool bar. The alert display window appears and the alert informa- tion of all the targets which are having an alert is listed on this window as the below. To export the alert information as text file (CSV file), click Export button.

  • Page 21: Viewing The Event Log

    Viewing the event log Viewing the event log Click button on the tool bar. The event log display window appears and the events which have been happened on the targets are listed on this window as the below. To export these events as text file (CSV file), click Export button. To delete the event log, select the accrual date item you intend to delete by clicking and then click Delete button.

  • Page 22: Description Of Event, Type, Warning Column, Warning Value

    Chapter 3 Basic Operation Description of Event, Type, Warning column, Warning value Event Type Warning Column Warning Value Description Un-connected Connect Connected Acquisition error PowerFailure TemperatureError NormalAfterTempError Power status RS232CFailure Power management Shutter management LampFailure SignalIsInterrupted ON : Abnormality has Input status SignalIsInputted happened...

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    Description of Event, Type, Warning column, Warning value Description of warning value Warning Column Warning Value Description Projector has been disconnected from the network Un-connected Projector has been connected to the network Connect Connected * PJ Network Manager could not acquire the MIB information Acquisition error from the equipment Power failure...

  • Page 24: About Event Treatment

    Chapter 3 Basic Operation About event treatment If the PJ Network Manager receives an event, it executes following event treatment items which are selected in the system default setting. p Sound warning alarm p Send e-mail p Display warning dialogue Sound warning alarm If the PJ Network Manager receives an event, the computer beeps an alarm sound.

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    About event treatment Display warning dialogue Following dialogue window appears on the screen if event occurs. 0 For the further information of event, type, warning column and warning value, see item "Viewing the event log"(+p.21). PJ NETWORK MANAGER OWNER'S MANUAL...

  • Page 26: Storing The Management File

    Chapter 3 Basic Operation Storing the management file When you monitor the network equipment with the PJ Network Manager, you can save the registered target information, system setting and event log information into the man- agement file with a free file name. It is useful if you manage multiple equipment in the net- work.

  • Page 27: Registering The Target Information From The Defined File At Once

    Registering the target information from the defined file at once Registering the target information from the defined file at once The PJ Network Manager provides a function to import the target information from the defined file at once. Prepare the defined file (CSV data format) in which the target informa- tion is written along the format shown below.

  • Page 28: Format Of The Defined File

    Chapter 3 Basic Operation Format of the defined file The defined file is a CSV data file created by the spreadsheet application and is defined as follows; Column Description (example) Target name ..Name of target equipment (Proj_01, Proj_03, PDP_01, etc.) IP address ....

  • Page 29: Login To The Target Equipment

    Login to the target equipment Login to the target equipment After double clicking the target name on the status list, the computer launches web browser and displays the login window of the target equipment. You can control and set up the projector remotely by using the web browser. For the fur- ther information of instruction, see the separated network owner's manual.

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    PM-KV7A PJ NETWORK MANAGER OWNER'S MANUAL FOR WINDOWS SANYO Electric Co., Ltd.

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