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II. Initial Configuration
The ARMC/3P´s communication
b) for the LINUX Psetup Tool:
interface is based on TCP/IP. Initially,
the ARMC/3P network interface is
configured with the parameters
shown here:
IP auto configuration: DHCP
IP address: none
Net mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: none
IP access control: none
If this initial configuration does not
meet your local requirements, the
following describes the initial IP con-
figuration that is necessary to access
the ARMC/3P for the first time.
II (a) Using the Psetup Tool via
Graphical User Interface
You can choose between a psetup
tool for Windows, that requires a MS
Windows 2000 and higher, and a
psetup tool for LINUX. Both can be
found on the CD delivered with this
package. You can follow the proce-
dure described below. For other OS
you may either use the serial con-
sole.
Steps for configuration:
For detecting the right MAC address
1. Connect the ARMC/3P to your
of the ARMC/3P, press the Refresh
computer via local network.
Devices button (a) Windows
Version) or Refresh button (b)
2. Start the psetup tool from the CD
LINUX Version) and then choose the
on the computer that the ARMC/3P is
right MAC address in the selection
installed or any other computer which
box. The displayed MAC address is
is part of the same local network. A
the same MAC address printed on
window opens as shown in Figure a)
the white sticker placed on the back
for the Windows or b) for the LINUX
of the ARMC/3P.
Psetup Tool.
Furthermore there are two buttons:
Note: If your network provides a
Query Device and Setup Device.
properly configured DHCP server the
ARMC/3P should be automatically
assigned an IP address. Please ask
Press the Query Device button to
your DHCP admin for the IP address
display the preconfigured values of
the ARMC/3P got from the DHCP
the network configuration. The val-
server.
ues are displayed in the text fields
a) for the Windows Psetup Tool:
II (b) Running the LINUX Psetup Tool
via Command Line
To setup the ARMC/3P via Command Line
please open a command line terminal. The fol-
lowing list shows the command syntax and
their usage:
--mac <MAC address of the device>
Shows the current network
configuration.
--ip <neue IP address>
Set a new IP address.
--ipacp <dhcp|bootp|none>
Set the auto configuration.
--netmask <net mask>
Set a new netmask.
--gateway <gateway address>
Set a new gateway address.
--login <username>
Admin rights are required to
change the network configura
tion.
--pw <password>
Password of the specified
above user.
--pw-new <password>
The specified above user get a
new password.
An example shows the described commands
and their effects:
located below (Windows Version)
and above (LINUX Version). If nec-
essary, adjust the network settings to
Displaying the current network settings:
your needs. To save the changes
test@teststation:~# /home/test/psetup --mac
enter a super user name and an
00:0D:5D:00:65:78
according password. Then press the
IP auto configuration: dhcp
Setup Device button.
IP address: 192.168.5.135
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
To close the window and accept the
Gateway: 192.168.5.1
changes, press the OK button, oth-
test@teststation:~#
erwise Cancel at the Windows
Version. To accept the changes
press the OK button in the new
Changing the network settings:
opening window. After successful
test@teststation:~# /home/test/psetup
operation you can close the LINUX
--mac 00:0D:5D:00:65:78 --ipacp none
Setup window.
--ip 192.168.5.55 --gateway 192.168.5.1
--netmask 255.255.255.0 --login super
--pw pass
Device configured successfully.
test@teststation:~#
II (c) Initial Configuration via Serial
Console
To configure the ARMC/3P via serial interface
both a serial port replicator cable and a null
modem cable are required. Using a serial termi-
nal, the ARMC/3P has a serial line interface
(rear bracket). This connector is compliant with
the RS 232 serial line standard. To establish a
serial connection use a standard null modem
cable. The serial line has to be configured with
the parameters belowe. When configuring with
a serial terminal, reset the ARMC/3P and imme-
diately press the ESC key. You will see some
device information, and a "=>" prompt. Enter
config, press Enter and wait for a few seconds
for the configuration questions to appear.
III Web Interface
The ARMC/3P may be accessed using a stan-
Bits/second: 115200
dard Java enabled web browser. You may use
the HTTP protocol or a secure encrypted con-
Data bits: 8
nection via HTTPS. Just enter the configured
Parity: no
IP address of the ARMC/3P into your web
Stop bits: 1
browser. The initial login settings are:
Flow Control: Hardware
Login: admin
Password: password
As you proceed, the following questions will
Changing these settings to user specific val-
appear on the screen. To accept the default
ues is strongly recommended and can be done
values which are shown in square brackets
on the User Settings page.
below, press Enter.
IP auto configuration
IV Remote Console
(none/dhcp/bootp) [dhcp]:
The Remote Console is the redirected screen,
IP [none]:
keyboard and mouse of the remote host sys-
Net mask [255.255.255.0]:
tem in which the ARMC/3P is installed. The
web browser which is used for accessing the
Gateway (0.0.0.0 for none) [0.0.0.0]:
ARMC/3P has to supply a Java Runtime
Environment version 1.1 or higher. However,
a) IP autoconfiguration
we strongly recommend to install Sun JVM
1.5. The Remote Console will behave exactly
With this option you can specify whether
the same way as if you were sitting directly in
the ARMC/3P should get its network
front of the screen of your remote system. That
settings from a DHCP or BOOTP server.
means that both the keyboard and mouse can
For DHCP, enter dhcp, and for BOOTP
be used in the usual way. Open the console
enter bootp. If you do not specify any of
by clicking the preview picture on the main site
these, the IP autoconfiguration is disabled
of the HTML frontend. The picture below
and subsequently you will be asked for
shows the top of the Remote Console.
the following network settings.
b) IP address
There are some options to choose from the
The IP address the ARMC/3P uses.
menu, the important ones are the following:
This option is only available if IP autocon-
figuration is disabled.
c) Net mask
Auto Adjust Button
The net mask of the connected IP subnet.
If the video displayed is of bad quality or dis-
This option is only available if IP autocon-
torted in some way, press this button and wait
figuration is disabled.
a few seconds while the ARMC/3P tries to
adjust itself for the best possible video quality.
d) Gateway address
The IP address of the default router for
the connected IP subnet. If you do not
Sync Mouse
have a default router, enter 0.0.0.0. This
Choose this option in order to synchronize the
option is only available if IP autoconfigu-
local with the remote mouse cursor. This is
ration is disabled.
especially necessary when using accelerated
mouse settings on the host system. In general,
Finally, you will be asked if the values are cor-
there is no need to change mouse settings on
rect, and may adjust them if necessary. After
the host. *)
your confirmation the ARMC/3P performs a
reset using the new values.
*) Note: At first start, if the local mouse pointer
is not synchronized with the remote mouse
pointer, press the Auto Adjust Button once.

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