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SERVIS IP-Serial
1p Converter
FX-3001SR
FX-3001SRF
User's Guide
Version 02
SERVIS IP-Serial
i
1p Converter
User's Guide

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    SERVIS IP-Serial 1p Converter FX-3001SR FX-3001SRF User's Guide Version 02 SERVIS IP-Serial 1p Converter User's Guide...

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    (R) and TM symbols are omitted in this document. Fujitsu Component Limited holds the copyright on this product and its documentation. Reproduction, duplication, redistribution, or modification of this product and its documentation in whole or in part without permission is prohibited by law.

  • Page 3: About This Guide

    This guide is common to both the standard version without a CompactFlash slot (FX-3001SR) and the advanced version with a CompactFlash slot (FX-3001SRF). Unless otherwise specified, this guide describes the standard version FX-3001SR.

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    CAUTION : HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE. SERVICE ENGINEER ONLY TO OPEN COVER. CAUTION : FOR CONTINUED PROTECTOIN AGAINST RISK OF FIRE. REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE AND RATING OF FUSE. SERVIS IP-Serial 1p Converter User's Guide...

  • Page 5: Notes On Maintenance

    The firmware shipped with this product and update firmware for this product provided by Fujitsu Component Limited must not be used with systems other than this product, and must not be modified or disassembled.

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    Do not use this product unless taking appropriate measures to ensure safety in such situations. Neither Fujitsu Component Limited nor its affiliates shall be responsible for any damages that occur to the user of this product or a third party due to the use of this product in a situation that requires advanced safety measures.

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    Green Products This is a "Green Product" that has met the severe environment standards of the Fujitsu Group. It is an earth-friendly product with a low impact on the environment. Major features Compact and resource saving Low power consumption Lead free For environmental efforts of the Fujitsu Group, visit the "Environmental Activities"...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Contents Chapter 1 - Setup..................1 1.1. External Component Names and Functions............2 1.1.1 Front..........................2 1.1.2 Rear ..........................4 1.2. Placement ......................6 1.2.1 Rack Mount .......................6 1.3. Cable Connection....................7 1.3.1 Preparations......................8 1.3.2 Target Device Connection..................9 1.3.3 Local Console Connection ..................10 1.3.4 Network Connection....................

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    4.1.11 userlist Command ....................64 4.1.12 useradd Command ....................65 4.1.13 userdel Command....................66 4.1.14 userkill Command ....................67 4.1.15 passwd Command ....................68 4.1.16 userreject Command....................69 4.1.17 port Command ......................70 4.1.18 version Command ....................72 4.1.19 menu Command......................73 4.1.20 redirect Command ....................74 4.1.21 vt100 Command......................75 4.1.22 terminal Command....................76 4.1.23...

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    5.1.4.14 export ..........................128 5.1.4.15 change ...........................129 5.1.4.16 return to MAIN MENU ....................129 5.1.5 USER MENU......................130 5.1.5.1 list...........................131 5.1.5.2 add ..........................132 5.1.5.3 delete ..........................133 5.1.5.4 kill ...........................134 5.1.5.5 reject ..........................135 5.1.5.6 change password ......................136 5.1.5.7 return to MAIN MENU ....................136 5.1.6 SERIAL MENU......................137 5.1.6.1 set target port .........................138...

  • Page 11: Chapter 1 - Setup

    Chapter 1 - Setup This chapter covers information required for setting up this product. Please read this chapter before performing the setup. Contents of this chapter 1.1 External Component Names and Functions page 2 1.1.1 Front page 2 1.1.2 Rear page 4 1.2 Placement page 6...

  • Page 12: External Component Names And Functions

    1.1. External Component Names and Functions 1.1.1 Front (Shown: advanced version FX-3001SRF) (6) CompactFlash slot (1) Power switch (5) RESET button (2) DIP switch (4) Init button (3) Status LED (1) Power switch The switch for turning the device power ON and OFF. (2) DIP switch The following settings are available by flipping the switches to ON/OFF.

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    (3) Status LED The status of the device is represented by the color and light status (on or blinking). The following explains in more detail. Green Orange Normal running Error detected Blinking Booting At shift to boot from Writing in ROM CF mounting shutdown CF unmounting...

  • Page 14: Rear

    1.1.2 Rear (5) Adapter holding clamp (4) Power jack (3) Local console port (2) Target port (1) Ethernet port (1) Ethernet port A socket for Ethernet connection supporting 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX. Both UTP and STP cables may be used. This product uses this port to connect to a network and to provide its various functions.

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    Using an RJ45−D-Sub conversion adapter (9-pin or 25-pin), which is sold separately, it can be modified to a D-Sub connector via this port and a CAT straight cable. Therefore, this product can be connected to types that have RJ45 sockets (Sun products and CISCO products) or types that have a D-Sub (most devices).

  • Page 16: Placement

    1.2. Placement 1.2.1 Rack Mount With the optional rack mount kit, the product can be installed to an EIA standard 19" rack. Refer to 6.3 Optional Accessories (page 153) Rack mount kit Rack mount tray Unit/tray screw … 4 Tray/rack support screw … 4 Rack mount placement example Up to four units of this product can be placed into an EIA standard 1U rack mount.

  • Page 17: Cable Connection

    1.3. Cable Connection In order to utilize each of the functions of this product, the following cable connections are required. Target device connection Local console connection Network connection The following sections will discuss the cable connections required to achieve the configuration below.

  • Page 18: Preparations

    1.3.1 Preparations The following are required in order to use this product: (1) Serial connection device A device that has a serial console port. (2) Conversion adapter (RJ45−D-Sub) (Optional: FP-AD009RJ, FP-AD025RJ) This is required to connect to a serial connection device that has a D-Sub 9-pin or 25-pin port.

  • Page 19: Target Device Connection

    1.3.2 Target Device Connection Connect the conversion adapter to the target device. Connect the adapter (optional: FP-AD009RJ) to the RS-232C connector of the device that is to be connected to this product. Target device FP-AD009RJ COM port Connect the target device to this product. Connect the adapter just connected to the target device to the target port of this product using a Cat5 straight cable.

  • Page 20: Local Console Connection

    1.3.3 Local Console Connection Connect the FP-AD009RJX adapter (accessory) to the terminal device (local console). Connect the adapter to the RS-232C connector of the terminal device (local console). Terminal device (local console) FP-AD009RJX COM port Take a note of the PC serial port number (normally COM1). This will be required when setting up the emulator application.

  • Page 21: Network Connection

    1.3.4 Network Connection Connect the product to a network. Using a Cat5 straight cable, connect the Ethernet port of this product to a hub or Ethernet switch. No cables are included. Ethernet port Cat5 straight cable Switch hub, etc. SERVIS IP-Serial 1p Converter User's Guide...

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  • Page 23: Chapter 2 - Basic Operations

    Chapter 2 - Basic Operations This chapter describes the procedures and steps for basic operations using this product to control serial console devices from a remote terminal. Contents of this chapter 2.1 Basic Operation Flow page 14 2.2 DIP Switch Settings page 16 2.3 Emulator Application Settings page 16...

  • Page 24: Basic Operation Flow

    2.1. Basic Operation Flow This section shows the basic steps for using this product to operate a device connected to the serial port from a remote terminal. Step 1 Connect this product. Connect this product to a network, target device, and terminal device (local console).

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    Step7 Set the IP address of this product (default settings). Set the IP address of this product and restart it. Refer to 2.7 Setting the IP Address (page 21) Step8 Configure the target port. Configure the target port of this product according to the serial device connected to it.

  • Page 26: Dip Switch Settings

    2.2. DIP Switch Settings Set the DIP switches in the front of the product according to your network environment, IP address setting method (manual/DHCP), and startup operation (internal flash ROM/CF). Refer to 1.1.1 Front (page 2) The following explanation uses the product setting scenario below as an example. Manual IP address setting →...

  • Page 27: Starting The Product

    ........RAM ok ........ROM ok ...now system loading......done! SERVIS IP-Serial 1p Converter/CF (FX-3001SRF) Copyright (c) 2005-2006 FUJITSU COMPONENT LIMITED Version 1.00 Build 387 Checking system hardware... Real time clock : ok ....Network controller : ok ....

  • Page 28: Login Via The Local Console

    2.5. Login via the Local Console By default, only the administrative level user account "admin" is registered. The following are the procedures for logging in as the admin user: Once the system starts up and the "login:" prompt is displayed, enter the user name "admin".

  • Page 29: Preparing The Cf Card

    Advanced version only 2.6. Preparing the CF Card Insert the accompanying CF card into the CompactFlash slot of this product to save log information and manage configuration files. In order to utilize the CF related functions, insert the CF card into the CompactFlash slot and format it.

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    Ejecting the CF card Perform the following steps to eject a CF card that has been recognized. Press the CF/Init button using an object such as a pen. CF/Init button Once the STATUS LED changes from orange to green, the CF card is ready to be ejected.

  • Page 31: Setting The Ip Address

    ........RAM ok ........ROM ok ...now system loading......done! SERVIS IP-Serial 1p Converter/CF (FX-3001SRF) Copyright (c) 2005-2006 FUJITSU COMPONENT LIMITED Version 1.00 Build 387 Checking system hardware... Real time clock : ok ....Network controller : ok ....

  • Page 32: Setting The Target Port

    2.8. Setting the Target Port Configure the target port of this product according to the connected device. The target port settings are configured using the port command in the shell console. port command Syntax port [-t | -l] [speed] [bit] [parity] [stop] [flow] [xon] [xoff] Refer to 4.1.17 port Command (page 70) The following explanation uses the target port settings below as an example:...

  • Page 33: Connecting From A Remote Terminal

    2.9. Connecting from a Remote Terminal Function overview This product can be accessed by telnet or ssh encrypted communication from a terminal on a network. To configure the product from a terminal on a network, log in to the product using telnet or ssh, and then execute commands from the shell console.

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    Enter a user account. (The following is an example of logging in with the admin user.) 11:58AM on Thursday, 25 May 2006 login: admin Enter When the "Password:" prompt is displayed, enter the password. The password is not displayed to the screen. Password: Enter Once logged in, the shell console launches.

  • Page 35: Controlling Target Devices Via A Terminal Emulator

    2.10. Controlling Target Devices via a Terminal Emulator Function overview Executing the terminal command from the shell console launches a control application called a "terminal emulator", which can control serial devices connected to the target port of this product. The terminal emulator can be launched from either a local console or a remote terminal.

  • Page 36: Product Logout And Exit

    2.11. Product Logout and Exit Overview After configuring this product or operating a target device, use the logout command to log out. 4.1.3 logout Command (page 55) Refer to When connecting from a remote terminal with telnet/ssh, logging out automatically terminates the session.

  • Page 37: Chapter 3 - Function Details

    Chapter 3 - Function Details This chapter describes each function of this product. The syntax of each command explained in this chapter will be discussed in Chapter 4. Contents of this chapter 3.1 User Account Settings page 28 3.2 Terminal Emulator page 29 3.3 Ether-Direct Connection page 32...

  • Page 38: User Account Settings

    3.1. User Account Settings Function overview Depending on the privileges assigned, there are two user levels in this product: administrator user and general user. The "admin" account, which is registered by default, is the only administrator user. The admin user can perform the following controls against general users by executing commands in the shell console: Registering a general user Forcing a general user to log out...

  • Page 39: Terminal Emulator

    3.2. Terminal Emulator Function overview A terminal emulator is the user interface used to control a serial device connected to the target port of this product. The terminal emulator is launched by executing the terminal command from the shell console. Refer to 4.1.22 terminal Command (page 76) The terminal emulator can be executed via a local console or network.

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    Waiting for command input: A state where a prompt was displayed after a hotkey was pressed from the target communication status, the communication with the target was suspended, and the system is currently waiting for input of a terminal emulator command key. $ terminal port1 [launch Terminal-Emulator -- press `^Ec?' to help] Red Hat Linux release 9 (Shrike)

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    Hotkey functions Entering a hotkey combination causes, the terminal emulator to suspend communication via target port and enables the execution of a terminal emulator command. Default hotkey setting: Ctrl + E, C Terminal emulator commands Terminal emulator commands are executed by entering one of the following command keys after pressing a hotkey combination to suspend communication with the target.

  • Page 42: Ether-direct Connection

    3.3. Ether-Direct Connection Function overview Ether-direct connection is a connection method that directly accesses the target port of the product by specifying the TCP port number via a network terminal without going through a terminal emulator, and then executing the telnet connection. Use the following syntax to connect from a network terminal.

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    Procedure The following explanation uses an example scenario when accessing the target port (read/write) with a telnet connection. Power on the terminal PC on the network, and then execute the telnet connection from the emulator application. (Assume the IP address of "192.168.0.50"...

  • Page 44: Com Direct Connection

    3.4. COM Direct Connection Function overview COM direct connection is a connection method that directly controls the target port from a local console without going through a terminal emulator. You can log in from a remote terminal and execute the redirect command to establish a COM direct connection.

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    Procedure Log in to the product from a terminal PC on a network, and then match the settings of the target port and local port. Execute the redirect command. $ redirect on com Enter The connection to the target device can be verified when connected to the local console.

  • Page 46: Dual Connection Mode

    3.5. Dual Connection Mode Function overview Dual connection is a connection mode where two products are connected via the Internet and two target ports are simultaneously controlled. SSL encrypted security is achieved for the network between the client device and the server device.

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    Procedure The following explains how to establish and disconnect a dual connection. Match the serial settings of the target ports of the client device (Device A) and the server device (Device B). Log in to the client device (Device A), and then execute the redirect command using the IP address or server name of the dual connection destination.

  • Page 48: Setting The Ip Address With Dhcp

    3.6. Setting the IP Address with DHCP Function overview When turning on this product with DIP switch 4 ON, a DHCP server on the network can automatically set the IP address of the product. indicates a switch. To view the auto-set IP address, perform the following steps. Procedure From a local console, log in to the product as the administrator user "admin", and execute the network command without any parameters to display the...

  • Page 49: Settings Via The Menu

    3.7. Settings via the Menu Function overview The settings of this product can be configured by two interfaces: via the command line from the shell console environment and via a menu screen. When logged in to the product, initially the command line interface is displayed; however, the menu screen can be displayed by executing the menu command.

  • Page 50: Snmp Functions

    3.8. SNMP Functions Function overview This product supports SNMP; therefore, snmpd can be turned on/off by executing the snmp command. Refer to 4.1.7 snmp Command (page 60) Custom settings can be used by importing the /CF/conf/snmpd.conf file modified according to the environment and purpose of use. In default setting all users are allowed to gain access via a read community called "public".

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    Inert the edited CF, press the CF/Init button to have it recognized, and then execute the import command. Refer to 4.1.31 import Command (page 87) Compact Flash slot : 122MB media detected. $ import Enter imported /etc/ntp.conf. imported /etc/localtime. imported /etc/portmng.cf. imported /etc/hosts.

  • Page 52: Logging Functions

    Advanced version only 3.9. Logging Functions Function overview The product can log the following data, and if a CF card is inserted, logs can be stored to the CF card in text format. Save directory File name Content /CF/log port1 Target port I/O log portmng Operation log...

  • Page 53: Cf Management Of Environment Settings

    Advanced version only 3.10. CF Management of Environment Settings Function overview This product can record in text format the various configuration files, which are required for running the product, to a CF card. Configuration files in the RAM disk/flash ROM are saved to the /CF/conf directory by executing the export command.

  • Page 54: Encrypting/decrypting A Cf Card

    Advanced version only 3.11. Encrypting/Decrypting a CF Card Function overview This product can encrypt and decrypt configuration files and log files on the CF card. Item Overview Command - Encryption encrypt command - Decryption decrypt command * To execute the command, an encryption key is required. Encryption key - Encryption key for configuration files Create/modify with the changekey command (parameter: -c)

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    Encryption procedure The following explanation uses an example scenario where the configuration files under the /CF/conf directory are encrypted. When encrypting, an encryption key must be set. Execute the changekey command to create/modify the encryption key. Refer to 4.1.34 changekey Command (page 92) $ changekey -c Enter administrator password:...

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    Decryption procedure The following explanation uses an example scenario where the encrypted configuration files under the /CF/conf directory are decrypted. Execute the decrypt command to perform the encryption. Refer to 4.1.30 decrypt Command (page 86) $ decrypt -c all Enter Do you decode all file? (y or n) y Enter decoded ntp.conf.

  • Page 57: Ftp/sftp Connection

    Advanced version only 3.12. FTP/SFTP Connection Function overview This product can download/upload CF files with FTP/SFTP. With this functionality, log files can be downloaded or configuration files can be uploaded to modify settings from a remote location. FTP connections can be performed by admin users or general users. When logged in as an admin user, the /CF directory is the top directory;...

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    Execute "get" to download files (product to FTP client); execute "put" to upload files (FTP client to product). The target I/O log file is downloaded here. ftp> get port1 Enter The file is transferred. 200 PORT command successful. 150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for ’port1’ (3747 bytes). 226 Transfer complete.

  • Page 59: Cf Boot Mode

    Advanced version only 3.13. CF Boot Mode Function overview In this mode, the file system is loaded, not from the internal flash ROM, but the CF card. By placing the binary, which should be in the internal flash ROM, to the CF card, an entirely different system can be launched.

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  • Page 61: Chapter 4 - Command Descriptions

    Chapter 4 - Command Descriptions This chapter describes the syntax of various commands used to control this product. Contents of this chapter 4.1 Shell Console Commands page 52 4.1.1 shutdown Command page 53 4.1.2 reboot Command page 54 4.1.3 logout Command page 55 4.1.4 network Command page 56...

  • Page 62: Shell Console Commands

    4.1. Shell Console Commands for admin user The following is a list of commands that are executable in the shell console environment. Only admin user can execute the shell console commands. Command list Command Function Note shutdown Shuts down the device Password required reboot Reboots the device...

  • Page 63: Shutdown Command

    4.1.1 shutdown Command Overview Shuts down the system. Syntax shutdown Parameter(s) None Password required? Yes (* same as the administrator password) Example (from the local console) Shuts down this product. (The password is not displayed.) $ shutdown Enter↵ administrator password: Enter↵...

  • Page 64: Reboot Command

    ........RAM ok ........ROM ok ...now system loading......done! SERVIS IP-Serial 1p Converter/CF (FX-3001SRF) Copyright (c) 2005-2006 FUJITSU COMPONENT LIMITED. Version 1.00 Build 387 Checking system hardware... Real time clock : ok ....Network controller : ok ....

  • Page 65: Logout Command

    4.1.3 logout Command Overview Logs out of the product system and displays the login prompt. Syntax logout Parameter(s) None Password required? Example (from the local console) Logs out of the product system. $ logout Enter↵ 2:36PM on Friday, 24 February 2006 login: SERVIS IP-Serial 1p Converter...

  • Page 66: Network Command

    4.1.4 network Command Overview Displays/sets the current network information of product. Syntax network <ipaddress> <subnetmask> <gateway> network [-I | -m | -g ] [name] Parameter(s) None = Displays current network settings. ipaddress = Specifies the IP address. subnetmask = Specifies the subnet mask. gateway = Specifies the default gateway.

  • Page 67: Hostname Command

    4.1.5 hostname Command Overview Displays/sets the current host name. Syntax hostname [name-of-host] Parameter(s) None = Displays the current host name. name-of-host = Sets the specified host name. Password required? Notes (1) The host name has a limit of 63 characters. If it is 64 or more characters long, only the first 63 are set.

  • Page 68: Ping Command

    4.1.6 ping Command Overview Sends an ICMP ECHO_REQUEST packet to a host on the network. Syntax ping [-dfnoqrvDPQRL] [-c count] [-g gateway] [-I interval] [-l ifaddr] [-l preload] [-p pattern] [-s packetsize] [-t tos] [-T ttl] [-w maxwait] <host> Parameter(s) -c count = Stops sending ECHO_RESPONSE packets after sending out the packet for as many times as specified by the count parameter (and after waiting for...

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    "Network Unreachable" for the sent ECHO_REQUEST. -R = Records the path. This includes the RECORD_ROUTE option to the ECHO_REQUEST packet, and displays the path buffer of the packet that is returned. Note that due to the size of the IP header, it can only contain eight paths.

  • Page 70: Snmp Command

    4.1.7 snmp Command Overview Sets SNMP to ON/OFF. When SNMP is enabled, all users are allowed to gain access via a read community called "public". This setting can also be changed by editing the /CF/conf/snmpd.conf file (Advanced version only). Syntax snmp [on | off] Parameter(s) None = Displays the current SNMP setting.

  • Page 71: Time Command

    4.1.8 time Command Overview Sets the date and time. Specifying the date/time parameters sets the date/time settings. Specifying the time zone parameter displays the date/time of that time zone. Syntax time [ccyymmddhhmm.ss | zone] Parameter(s) None = Displays the current date and time. cc = The first two decimal digits (century) of the year.

  • Page 72: Timezone Command

    4.1.9 timezone Command Overview Sets the time zone. Without any parameters, this displays the current time zone. Syntax timezone [zone] Parameter(s) zone = Time zone zone setting Time zone Region Japan Japan Pacific US (Pacific) Mountain US (Mountain) Central US (Central) Eastern US (Eastern) Coordinated universal time...

  • Page 73: Ntp Command

    4.1.10 ntp Command Overview Sets the start/stop of ntpd and specifies the NTP server. Syntax ntp [-o | -f] [server name] Parameter(s) None = Displays the current settings. -o = Starts the ntpd. -f = Stops the ntpd. server name = Specifies the NTP sever. Password required? Notes (1) When executing ntpd, set the date and time in advance using the time...

  • Page 74: Userlist Command

    4.1.11 userlist Command Overview Displays the registered users and the user’s reject status, login status. Syntax userlist Parameter(s) None Password required? Example (from the local console) Displays a list of registered users. $ userlist Enter↵ user reject login ------------------------------------------------ admin o (shell) test1 o (terminal)

  • Page 75: Useradd Command

    4.1.12 useradd Command Overview Registers a user with the specified user name. Syntax useradd <username> Parameter(s) username = The user name to be registered. Password required? Notes (1) Up to four users can be added. If more than four users are specified, an error occurs when registering.

  • Page 76: Userdel Command

    4.1.13 userdel Command Overview Deletes the specified user. Syntax userdel <username> Parameter(s) username = The user name to be deleted. Password required? Yes (* same as the administrator password) Example (from the local console) Deletes the registered general user "tester1". $ userdel tester1 Enter administrator password:...

  • Page 77: Userkill Command

    4.1.14 userkill Command Overview Forces the specified user to log out. Syntax userkill <username> Parameter(s) username = The user to be forced to log out. Password required? Yes (* same as the administrator password) Example (from the local console) Forces "user1" who is logged in to log out. (The password is not displayed.) $ userkill tester1 Enter administrator password:...

  • Page 78: Passwd Command

    4.1.15 passwd Command Overview Modifies the password of the specified user. Syntax passwd [username] Parameter(s) None = Changes the password of the currently logged in user. username = Specifies the user name of the password to be changed. Password required? Yes (* same as the user password) Notes (1) Only the logged in user or admin can change a password.

  • Page 79: Userreject Command

    4.1.16 userreject Command Overview Blocks the specified user from logging in. Specifying a user that is already blocked from logging in and then executing the userreject command will release the blocked user. The status of the blocked user can be confirmed by the userlist command.

  • Page 80: Port Command

    4.1.17 port Command Overview Sets the target port or local console port (when the terminal emulator is running). The port settings are saved to the port file. Syntax port [-t | -l] [speed] [bit] [parity] [stop] [flow] [xon] [xoff] port [-r1 | -r2 | rw] [port-no] port [-n] Parameter(s) -t = Sets the target port...

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    Example (from the local console) The current serial port settings is displayed. $ port Enter↵ port name baud d p s f xon xoff ------------------------------------------------ Local port 115200 8 0 1 n 0x00 0x00 Target port 115200 8 0 1 n 0x00 0x00 Sets the target port with the settings of baud rate: 115200 bps, bit length: 8, parity bit: none, stop bit: 1, flow control: none.

  • Page 82: Version Command

    4.1.18 version Command Overview Displays the version number. Syntax version Parameter(s) None Password required? Example (from the local console) Displays the version number. $ version Enter↵ Version 1.00 387 SERVIS IP-Serial 1p Converter User's Guide...

  • Page 83: Menu Command

    4.1.19 menu Command Overview Displays the menu screen. Syntax menu Parameter(s) None Password required? Example (from the local console) Displays the menu screen. $ menu Enter == MAIN MENU ======== 1. switch 2. network 3. time 4. file 5. user 6.

  • Page 84: Redirect Command

    4.1.20 redirect Command Overview Configures redirect connection. Syntax redirect [on | off] [com | ip xx.xx.xx.xx [-s | -c]] Parameter(s) None = Displays the current settings of the redirect connection. on = Establishes a redirect connection. off = Disconnects the redirect connection. com = Specifies the direct connection of the target port and local console port.

  • Page 85: Vt100 Command

    4.1.21 vt100 Command Overview Configures the VT100. The specified number of lines determines where the command line is displayed. Syntax vt100 [line] Parameter(s) None = Displays the current number of lines. line = Specifies the number of lines. Password required? Notes (1) Specify the number of lines within the range of 1 - 9999.

  • Page 86: Terminal Command

    4.1.22 terminal Command Overview Launches the terminal emulator. Syntax terminal port1 Parameter(s) port1 = Indicates the target port. Password required? Example (from the local console) Starts the terminal emulator and connects to the target port. $ terminal port1 Enter↵ [launch Terminal-Emulator -- press `^Ec?' to help] Refer to 3.2 Terminal Emulator (page 29) SERVIS IP-Serial...

  • Page 87: Fmount Command

    4.1.23 fmount Command Overview Mounts or unmounts NFS filesystem. The mount point is /mnt (fixation). Syntax fmount <device> fmount -u Parameter(s) device = Specifies the full path of the mount directory -u = unmount option Password required? Example (from the local console) Mounts NFS filesystem.

  • Page 88: Readflash Command

    4.1.24 readflash Command Overview Writes flash ROM files to CF or NFS. Syntax readflash <filepath> Parameter(s) filepath = Specifies the full path (destination + filename). The following are the files that can be saved. List of files File name Content ntp.conf NTP config file localtime...

  • Page 89: Writeflash Command

    Command Overview Writes CF or NFS files to flash ROM. The firmware can be updated by specifying the path of the binary image file supplied by Fujitsu Component Limited. The LED blinks orange when writing the files. Syntax writeflash <filepath>...

  • Page 90: Display Command

    Advanced version only 4.1.26 display Command Overview Displays a list of the log files and their contents. This lists the filename, time stamp, size, and free space of the files under the /CF/log and /CF/sys directories. Syntax display [-l | -s] [filename] Parameter(s) None = Lists the log files.

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    When displaying the contents of the file name "/CF/log/port1", the following file contents are displayed in the editor. $ display -l port1 Enter Red Hat Linux release 9 (Shrike) Kernel 2.4.20-8 on an i686 localhost.localdomain login: root Password: Last login: Mon Mar 15 23:56:00 on ttyS0 You have new mail.

  • Page 92: Delete Command

    Advanced version only 4.1.27 delete Command Overview Deletes log files and configuration files. Syntax delete <-l | -c> [filename] Parameter(s) -l = Deletes log files. -c = Deletes configuration files. filename = Specifies the filename to be deleted. If omitted or when "all" is specified, all files are deleted. Password required? Notes (1) When deleting all files, the delete confirmation message is displayed,...

  • Page 93: Copy Command

    Advanced version only 4.1.28 copy Command Overview Copies log files and configuration files. Syntax copy <-l | -c | -s> <source filename> <destination filename> Parameter(s) -l = Copies log files. -c = Copies configuration files. -s = Copies system log files. source filename = Specifies the file to be copied.

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    Saves the configuration file "users" as "file1". $ copy -c users file1 Enter copy file completed. Saves all of the configuration files as "fileset1". $ copy -c all fileset1 Enter Do you copy all file? (y or n) y Enter copy file completed.

  • Page 95: Encrypt Command

    Advanced version only 4.1.29 encrypt Command Overview Encrypts log files and configuration files. This uses the common key cryptography AES (256 bits). Syntax encrypt <-l | -c> [filename] Parameter(s) -l = Encrypts log files. -c = Encrypts configuration files. filename = Specifies the filename to be encrypted. If no filename is specified or when "all"...

  • Page 96: Decrypt Command

    Advanced version only 4.1.30 decrypt Command Overview Decrypts log files and configuration files. Syntax decrypt <-l | -c> [filename] Parameter(s) -l = Decrypts log files. -c = Decrypts configuration files. filename = Specifies the filename to be decrypted. If no filename is specified or when "all" is specified, all files are decrypted.

  • Page 97: Import Command

    Advanced version only 4.1.31 import Command Overview Imports the configuration files in the /CF/conf directory to the RAM disk or flash ROM. List of configuration files File name Content ntp.conf NTP config file localtime Time zone symbolic file portmng.cf Configuration definition file hosts Host name definition file port.conf...

  • Page 98

    When configuration files are encrypted, the following is displayed and import is not performed. $ import Enter This file is being enciphered.[ntp.conf] This file can't be imported. When the CF card is not mounted, the following error is displayed. $ import Enter Can not CF mount.

  • Page 99: Export Command

    Advanced version only 4.1.32 export Command Overview Exports the configuration files from the RAM disk/flash ROM to the /CF/conf directory. List of configuration files File name Content ntp.conf NTP config file localtime Time zone symbolic file portmng.cf Configuration definition file hosts Host name definition file port.conf...

  • Page 100

    When configuration files in the /CF/conf directory are encrypted, executing the export command will prompt whether or not to overwrite with unencrypted configuration files. Entering "Y" performs the export. $ export Enter A file on CF is being enciphered. Do you overwrite it?(y or n) y Enter exported /CF/conf/ntp.conf.

  • Page 101: Change Command

    Advanced version only 4.1.33 change Command Overview Copies a set of configuration files under a specified directory path, which was prepared under the /CF directory, to the /CF/conf directory. This comes in handy when toggling between different sets of settings. Syntax change <directory path>...

  • Page 102: Changekey Command

    Advanced version only 4.1.34 changekey Command Overview Changes the encryption key of the log files and/or configuration files. Syntax changekey <-l | -c> Parameter(s) -l = Changes the encryption key of log files. -c = Changes the encryption key of configuration files. Password required? Yes (* same as the administrator password) Example (from the local console)

  • Page 103: Cfformat Command

    Advanced version only 4.1.35 cfformat Command Overview Formats the CF card in FAT16 (MS-DOS). Syntax cfformat Parameter(s) None Password required? Yes (* same as the administrator password) Notes (1) Do not remove the CF card while the command is being executed. Example (from the local console) Formats the CF card.

  • Page 104

    MEMO SERVIS IP-Serial 1p Converter User's Guide...

  • Page 105: Chapter 5 - Menu Settings

    Chapter 5 - Menu Settings This chapter describes how to use this product via the menu. Contents of this chapter 5.1 MAIN MENU page 96 5.1.1 SWITCH MENU page 98 5.1.2 NETWORK MENU page 101 5.1.3 TIME MENU page 108 5.1.4 FILE MENU page 114 5.1.5 USER MENU...

  • Page 106: Main Menu

    5.1. MAIN MENU The MAIN MENU contains the following nine sub-menus. 1. switch : Sub-menu for settings related to starting up this product. 2. network : Sub-menu for settings related to the network. 3. time : Sub-menu for settings related to the time. 4.

  • Page 107

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Function Note 1. display 1. list Lists the log files 2. log file Displays the contents of the specified log file 0. return to Returns to the FILE MENU FILE MENU 2. delete 1. log Deletes the specified log file 2.

  • Page 108: Switch Menu

    5.1.1 SWITCH MENU When 1. switch is selected in the MAIN MENU, the following SWITCH MENU is displayed. --- 1. SWITCH MENU ----- 1. shutdown 2. reboot 3. logout 0. return to MAIN MENU ------------------------ select > The SWITCH MENU contains the following four options. 1.

  • Page 109: Reboot

    ........RAM ok ........ROM ok ...now system loading......done! SERVIS IP-Serial 1p Converter/CF (FX-3001SRF) Copyright (c) 2005-2006 FUJITSU COMPONENT LIMITED Version 1.00 Build 387 Checking system hardware... Real time clock : ok ....Network controller : ok ....

  • Page 110: Logout

    5.1.1.3 logout Overview Logs out of this product. MAIN MENU → 1. switch → 3. logout Menu location Command logout Refer to 4.1.3 logout Command (page 55) Output --- 1. SWITCH MENU ----- 1. shutdown 2. reboot 3. logout 0. return to MAIN MENU ------------------------ select >...

  • Page 111: Network Menu

    5.1.2 NETWORK MENU When 2. network is selected in the MAIN MENU, the following NETWORK MENU is displayed. --- 2. NETWORK MENU ----- 1. set host name ->LL-1 2. set ip address ->192.168.0.101 3. set subnet mask ->255.255.255.0 4. set default gateway ->192.168.0.1 5.

  • Page 112: Set Host Name

    5.1.2.1 set host name Overview Sets the host name. MAIN MENU → 2. network → 1. set host name Menu location Command None When "s. save" is performed after setting this option, the hostname command is executed and the setting is reflected. Refer to 4.1.5 hostname Command (page 57) Output...

  • Page 113: Set Ip Address

    5.1.2.2 set ip address Overview Sets the IP address. MAIN MENU → 2. network → 2. set ip address Menu location Command None When "s. save" is performed after setting this option, the network command is executed and the setting is reflected. Refer to 4.1.4 network Command (page 56) Output...

  • Page 114: Set Subnet Mask

    5.1.2.3 set subnet mask Overview Sets the subnet mask. MAIN MENU → 2. network → 3. set subnet mask Menu location Command None When "s. save" is performed after setting this option, the network command is executed and the setting is reflected. Refer to 4.1.4 network Command (page 56) Output...

  • Page 115: Set Default Gateway

    5.1.2.4 set default gateway Overview Sets the default gateway. MAIN MENU → 2. network → 4. set default gateway Menu location Command None When "s. save" is performed after setting this option, the network command is executed and the setting is reflected. Refer to 4.1.4 network Command (page 56) Output...

  • Page 116: Set Snmp

    5.1.2.5 set snmp Overview Sets snmpd to ON/OFF. When the current state is ON, it is set to OFF. When the current state is OFF, it is set to ON. MAIN MENU → 2. network → 5. set snmp [ON/OFF] Menu location Command None...

  • Page 117: Save (network Menu)

    5.1.2.6 save (NETWORK MENU) Overview Saves the values set in the NETWORK MENU. MAIN MENU → 2. network → s. save Menu location Command hostname, network, snmp Refer to 4.1.5 hostname Command (page 57) Refer to 4.1.4 network Command (page 56) Refer to 4.1.7 snmp Command (page 60) Output...

  • Page 118: Time Menu

    5.1.3 TIME MENU When 3. time is selected in the MAIN MENU, the following TIME MENU is displayed. --- 3. TIME MENU -------- 1. display time 2. set time 3. set timezone 4. set ntp server [OFF] s. save 0. return to MAIN MENU ------------------------- select >...

  • Page 119: Display Time

    5.1.3.1 display time Overview Displays the configured date, time, and time zone. MAIN MENU → 3. time → 1. display time Menu location Command time Refer to 4.1.8 time Command (page 61) Output --- 3. TIME MENU -------- 1. display time 2.

  • Page 120: Set Time

    5.1.3.2 set time Overview Sets the date and time. MAIN MENU → 3. time → 2. set time Menu location Command None When "s. save" is performed after setting this option, the time command is executed and the setting is reflected. Refer to 4.1.8 time Command (page 61) Output...

  • Page 121: Set Timezone

    5.1.3.3 set timezone Overview Sets the time zone. MAIN MENU → 3. time → 3. set timezone Menu location Command None When "s. save" is performed after setting this option, the timezone command is executed and the setting is reflected. Refer to 4.1.9 timezone Command (page 62) Output...

  • Page 122: Set Ntp Server

    5.1.3.4 set ntp server Overview Sets the NTP server. When ntpd is set to ON, the configured NTP server name and [ON] are displayed. When ntpd is set to OFF, [OFF] is displayed. MAIN MENU → 3. time → 4. set ntp server [ON/OFF] Menu location Command None...

  • Page 123: Save (time Menu)

    5.1.3.5 save (TIME MENU) Overview Saves the values set in the TIME MENU. MAIN MENU → 3. time → s. save Menu location Command time, timezone, ntp Refer to 4.1.8 time Command (page 61) Refer to 4.1.9 timezone Command (page 62) Refer to 4.1.10 ntp Command (page 63) Output...

  • Page 124: File Menu

    Advanced version only 5.1.4 FILE MENU When 4. file is selected in the MAIN MENU, the following FILE MENU is displayed. --- 4. FILE MENU -------- 1. display 2. delete 3. copy 4. encrypt 5. decrypt 6. import 7. export 8.

  • Page 125: Display - List

    Advanced version only 5.1.4.1 display - list Overview Lists the log files in the /CF/log and /CF/sys directories. MAIN MENU → 4. file → 1. display → 1. list Menu location Command display Refer to 4.1.26 display Command (page 80) Output --- 4.1 display -------- 1.

  • Page 126: Display - Log File

    Advanced version only 5.1.4.2 display - log file Overview Displays the contents of the specified log file in the /CF/log directory. MAIN MENU → 4. file → 1. display → 2. log file Menu location Command display Refer to 4.1.26 display Command (page 80) Output The contents of the file /CF/log/port1 are being displayed.

  • Page 127: Display - Syslog File

    Advanced version only 5.1.4.3 display - syslog file Overview Displays the contents of the specified log file in the /CF/sys directory. MAIN MENU → 4. file → 1. display → 3. syslog file Menu location Command display Refer to 4.1.26 display Command (page 80) Output The contents of the file /CF/sys/messages are being displayed.

  • Page 128: Delete - Log

    Advanced version only 5.1.4.4 delete - log Overview Deletes the specified log file in the /CF/log directory. When no file name is specified, all the files in the /CF/log directory are deleted. MAIN MENU → 4. file → 2. delete → 1. log Menu location Command delete...

  • Page 129: Delete - Conf

    Advanced version only 5.1.4.5 delete - conf Overview Deletes the specified configuration file in the /CF/conf directory. MAIN MENU → 4. file → 2. delete → 2. conf Menu location Command delete Refer to 4.1.27 delete Command (page 82) Output The file file1 in the /CF/conf directory is being deleted.

  • Page 130: Copy - Log

    Advanced version only 5.1.4.6 copy - log Overview Copies the specified port log file in the /CF/log directory using a different file name. MAIN MENU → 4. file → 3. copy → 1. log Menu location Command copy Refer to 4.1.28 copy Command (page83) Output The file /CF/log/port1 is being copied using the file name "log1".

  • Page 131: Copy - Conf

    Advanced version only 5.1.4.7 copy - conf Overview Copies the specified configuration file in the /CF/conf directory using a different file name. MAIN MENU → 4. file → 3. copy → 2. conf Menu location Command copy Refer to 4.1.28 copy Command (page 83) Output The file /CF/conf/rc.conf is being copied using the file name “conf1".

  • Page 132: Copy - Syslog

    Advanced version only 5.1.4.8 copy - syslog Overview Copies the log file stored in the flash ROM to each directory on the CF card. MAIN MENU → 4. file → 3. copy → 3. syslog Menu location Command copy Refer to 4.1.28 copy Command (page 83) Output --- 4.

  • Page 133: Encrypt - Log

    Advanced version only 5.1.4.9 encrypt - log Overview Encrypts the specified port log file in the /CF/log directory. Specify "all" to encrypt all the files in the /CF/log directory. MAIN MENU → 4. file → 4. encrypt → 1. log Menu location Command encrypt...

  • Page 134: Encrypt - Conf

    Advanced version only 5.1.4.10 encrypt – conf Overview Encrypts the specified configuration file in the /CF/conf dirctory. Specify "all" to encrypt all the files in the /CF/conf directory. Command encrypt Refer to 4.1.29 encrypt Command (page 85) Output All of the configuration files in the /CF/conf directory are being encrypted.

  • Page 135: Decrypt - Log

    Advanced version only 5.1.4.11 decrypt - log Overview Decrypts the encrypted port log file in the /CF/log directory. Specify "all" to decrypt all the files in the /CF/log directory. MAIN MENU → 4. file → 5. decrypt → 1. log Menu location Command decrypt...

  • Page 136: Decrypt - Conf

    Advanced version only 5.1.4.12 decrypt - conf Overview Decrypts the encrypted configuration file in the /CF/conf directory. Specify "all" to decrypt all the configuration files in the /CF/conf directory. MAIN MENU → 4. file → 5. decrypt → 2. conf Menu location Command decrypt...

  • Page 137: Import

    Advanced version only 5.1.4.13 import Overview Imports the configuration files in the /CF/conf directory to the RAM disk or flash ROM. MAIN MENU → 4. file → 6. import Menu location Command import Refer to 4.1.31 import Command (page 87) Output --- 4.

  • Page 138: Export

    Advanced version only 5.1.4.14 export Overview Exports the configuration files from the RAM disk to the /CF/conf directory. When the configuration files are already in the /CF/conf directory, the files will be overwritten. MAIN MENU → 4. file → 7. export Menu location Command export...

  • Page 139: Change

    Advanced version only 5.1.4.15 change Overview Copies a set of configuration files under a specified directory path (relative path in /CF), which was prepared under the /CF directory, to the /CF/conf directory. MAIN MENU → 4. file → 8. change Menu location Command change...

  • Page 140: User Menu

    5.1.5 USER MENU When 5. user is selected in the MAIN MENU, the following USER MENU is displayed. --- 5. USER MENU -------- 1. list 2. add 3. delete 4. kill 5. reject 6. change password 0. return to MAIN MENU ------------------------- select >...

  • Page 141: List

    5.1.5.1 list Overview Displays the registered users and the user’s reject status, login status. MAIN MENU → 5. user → 1. list Menu location Command userlist Refer to 4.1.11 userlist Command (page 64) Output --- 5. USER MENU -------- 1. list 2.

  • Page 142: Add

    5.1.5.2 add Overview Registers the specified user account. MAIN MENU → 5. user → 2. add Menu location Command useradd Refer to 4.1.12 useradd Command (page 65) Output A user called "tester1" is being registered. --- 5. USER MENU -------- 1.

  • Page 143: Delete

    5.1.5.3 delete Overview Deletes the specified user account. MAIN MENU → 5. user → 3. delete Menu location Command userdel Refer to 4.1.13 userdel Command (page 66) Output The registered user "tester1" is being deleted. --- 5. USER MENU -------- 1.

  • Page 144: Kill

    5.1.5.4 kill Overview Forces the specified user who is logged in to log out. If the specified user is logged in from multiple terminals, all of the connections are terminated. MAIN MENU → 5. user → 4. kill Menu location Command userkill Refer to...

  • Page 145: Reject

    5.1.5.5 reject Overview Blocks the specified user from logging in. MAIN MENU → 5. user → 5. reject Menu location Command userreject Refer to 4.1.16 userreject Command (page 69) Output --- 5. USER MENU -------- 1. list 2. add 3. delete 4.

  • Page 146: Change Password

    5.1.5.6 change password Overview Changes the password. The new password must be entered twice for confirmation. MAIN MENU → 5. user → 6. change password Menu location Command passwd Refer to 4.1.15 passwd Command (page 68) Output The password for user "tester1" is being changed. --- 5.

  • Page 147: Serial Menu

    5.1.6 SERIAL MENU When 6. serial is selected in the MAIN MENU, the following SERIAL MENU is displayed. --- 6. SERIAL MENU -------- 1. set target port 2. set redirect [OFF] 3. set local console 4. set VT100 5. set port number 0.

  • Page 148: Set Target Port

    5.1.6.1 set target port Overview Sets the serial port. If no value is entered and the Enter key is pressed, the current setting remains. MAIN MENU → 6. serial → 1. set target port Menu location Command port Refer to 4.1.17 port Command (page 70) Output --- 6.

  • Page 149: Set Redirect

    5.1.6.2 set redirect Overview Connects (direct connection) or terminates the connection between two specified serial ports. MAIN MENU → 6. serial → 2. redirect Menu location Command redirect Refer to 4.1.20 redirect Command (page 74) Output COM port connection is being set from OFF to ON (performed by a telnet user on the network) --- 6.

  • Page 150

    Dual connection is being set from ON to OFF --- 6. SERIAL MENU -------- 1. set target port 2. set redirect [OFF] 3. set local console 4. set VT100 5. set port number 0. return to MAIN MENU --------------------------- select > 2 Enter set Redirect [off ->...

  • Page 151: Set Local Console

    5.1.6.3 set local console Overview Sets the local console. If no value is entered and the Enter key is pressed, the current setting remains. MAIN MENU → 6. serial → 3. set local console Menu location Command port Refer to 4.1.17 port Command (page 70) Output --- 6.

  • Page 152: Set Vt100

    5.1.6.4 set VT100 Overview Sets the number of lines to display on the VT100. MAIN MENU → 6. serial → 4. set VT100 Menu location Command vt100 Refer to 4.1.21 vt100 Command (page 75) Output The terminal line size is being set to 36. --- 6.

  • Page 153: Set Port Number

    5.1.6.5 set port number Overview Sets the TCP port number during an Ether-direct connection (read only 1, read only 2, write only and read-write). MAIN MENU → 6. serial → 5. set port number Menu location Command port Refer to 4.1.17 port Command (page 70) Output The TCP port number is being set to an arbitrary value.

  • Page 154: Option Menu

    5.1.7 OPTION MENU When 7. option is selected in the MAIN MENU, the following OPTION MENU is displayed. --- 7. OPTION MENU -------- 1. cf format 2. change encrypt of log 3. change encrypt of conf 4. version 0. return to MAIN MENU --------------------------- select >...

  • Page 155: Cf Format

    Advanced version only 5.1.7.1 cf format Overview Formats the CF card in FAT16 (MS-DOS). MAIN MENU → 7. option → 1. cf format Menu location Command cfformat Refer to 4.1.35 cfformat Command (page 93) Output --- 7. OPTION MENU -------- 1.

  • Page 156: Change Encrypt Of Log

    Advanced version only 5.1.7.2 change encrypt of log Overview Sets or changes the encryption key of the log file. MAIN MENU → 7. option → 2. change encrypt of log Menu location Command changekey Refer to 4.1.34 changekey Command (page 92) Output --- 7.

  • Page 157: Change Encrypt Of Conf

    Advanced version only 5.1.7.3 change encrypt of conf Overview Sets/changes the encryption key of the configuration file. MAIN MENU → 7. option → 3. change encrypt of conf Menu location Command changekey Refer to 4.1.34 changekey Command (page 92) Output --- 7.

  • Page 158: Version

    5.1.7.4 version Overview Displays the firmware version. MAIN MENU → 7. option → 4. version Menu location Command version Refer to 4.1.18 version Command (page 72) Output --- 7. OPTION MENU -------- 1. cf format 2. change encrypt of log 3.

  • Page 159: Ping

    5.1.8 ping Overview Pings the entered IP address. Executes ping -c 4 ipaddress. MAIN MENU → 8. ping Menu location Command ping Refer to 4.1.6 ping Command (page 58) Output The IP address "192.168.0.175" is being pinged. == MAIN MENU ======== 1.

  • Page 160: Exit

    5.1.9 exit Overview Exits the menu screen and returns to the shell prompt. MAIN MENU → 0. exit Menu location Command None Output == MAIN MENU ======== 1. switch 2. network 3. time 4. file 5. user 6. serial 7. option 8.

  • Page 161: Chapter 6 - Specifications

    Chapter 6 - Specifications This chapter describes this product's technical specifications and operating conditions for users who require this data. Contents of this chapter 6.1 Product Specifications page 152 6.2 Operational Environment page 153 6.3 Optional Accessories page 153 SERVIS IP-Serial 1p Converter User's Guide...

  • Page 162: Product Specifications

    6.1. Product Specifications Item Advanced Standard Model Number FX-3001SRF FX-3001SR Connecting Single unit Port Type 32-bit CPU Clock 180 MHz Memory Main 64 MB Boot method - On-board flash ROM - CF card Network Type 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX Auto-negotiation Supported Manual Setting...

  • Page 163: Operational Environment

    6.2. Operational Environment Item Ambient Temperature While operating: 0 to 40°C While being stored: -20 to 60°C Ambient Humidity While operating: 10 to 80% RH (no condensation) While being stored: 5 to 90% RH (no condensation) Temperature conditions: For 40°C or under, maximum 90% RH : For 40 to 60°C, inversely proportional until 50% RH Vibration Resistance...

  • Page 164

    MEMO SERVIS IP-Serial 1p Converter User's Guide...

  • Page 165: Chapter 7 - Troubleshooting

    Chapter 7 - Troubleshooting This chapter describes how to solve problems that may occur when using this product. Contents of this chapter 7.1 Definition of Errors page 156 7.2 Self-diagnostic Program page 163 7.2.1 Data R/W test page 164 7.2.1.1 SDRAM test page 164 7.2.1.1.1 data compare test page 164...

  • Page 166: Definition Of Errors

    7.1. Definition of Errors An error message will be displayed when an error occurs while using this product. Refer to the error messages and descriptions below and select the appropriate solution. Some errors can be fixed while some are critical. When the description says "Contact technical support", refer below for information on contacting our technical support.

  • Page 167

    Error Message Detail code 0004 File system Inflate NG! XXX Failed to decompress the file system. Error Code 0004 The number XXX is the error number (decimal). 100: Failed to secure heap buffer (1024 bytes of work area for decompression could not be secured) 101: Bad compressed file (bad magic header;...

  • Page 168

    Error Message Detail code 0006 ROM NG! erase XXX Failed to erase the flash ROM during recovery. Error Code 0006 The number is the block number that failed to erase (decimal). Solution: Check the flash ROM using the self-diagnostic program. Contact our technical support.

  • Page 169

    DIP switches were set to boot from the CF card but Error Code 0012 the CF sub-board is not attached. Solution: For the FX-3001SR, the CF sub-board is not attached. Turn off DIP switch 1. For the FX-3001SRF, contact our technical support. 0013 CF Storage Card not found.

  • Page 170

    Error Message Detail code 0017 System program CF not ready 0xXXXX When booting from the CF card, the system program Error Code 0017 could not be read because of an error with the CF card. The displayed number is the error status (hexadecimal).

  • Page 171

    Error Message Detail code 0020 File system read error XXX When booting from the CF card, the file system could Error Code 0020 not be read. File information may be broken. Solution: Check that a bootable CF card is inserted. Reinsert the CF card in the slot and press the RESET button or turn the power off and then back If that does not work, contact our technical support.

  • Page 172

    Error Message Detail code 0028 System program not found in recover6. The system program cannot be found in the file Error Code 0028 recover6, which is necessary for recovery. Solution: Contact our technical support. 0029 File system not found in recover6. The file system cannot be found in the file recover6, Error Code 0029 which is necessary for recovery.

  • Page 173: Self-diagnostic Program

    7.2. Self-diagnostic Program Function overview This is a mode to discover the cause when an error occurs while operating this product. Starting and exiting Set DIP switch 1 on the front panel of this product to ON and restart. indicates a switch. When the self-diagnostic program is started, the following menu is displayed.

  • Page 174: Data R/w Test

    7.2.1 Data R/W test The following items can be tested. Data R/W test ---------------- 1: SDRAM 2: FlashROM 3: NIC 4: RTC 5: Compact Flash 6: UART 7: return 7.2.1.1 SDRAM test This test confirms the operation of the SDRAM controller and the read/write function for data.

  • Page 175

    The output message that appears on the local console can be set to also be displayed on the target port. Output message to Local and Target Port? [Y/N] > Select N to display the test message to the local port only. Select Y to display the test message to both the local and target ports.

  • Page 176: Bus Integrity Test

    7.2.1.1.2 bus integrity test This is a test designed to induce a bit error in the dependence/independence of the address bus and data bus using a large amount of consecutive data such as 1, 0, 1, 0, etc. (1) Input format Start address? [0x08000000:default, -1:top] >...

  • Page 177: Flashrom Test

    7.2.1.2 FlashROM test This test confirms the operation of the local bus and the read/write function for data. The 32 MB address range for the flash ROM is 0x10000000 to 0x11FFFFFF. The address range to test specifies the offset address (0x0000000 to 0x1FFFFFF) in the flash ROM.

  • Page 178: Data Compare Test

    7.2.1.2.1 data compare test The data on the flash ROM in the specified range is copied to the SDRAM, written on the flash ROM again, and verified. (1) Input format Start address? [0x00000000:default, -1:top] > address? [0x00FFFFFF:default, -1:bottom] > Specify a test start address and end address. If only the Enter key is pressed, the test will be performed with the default values.

  • Page 179: Bus Integrity Test

    7.2.1.2.2 bus integrity test This is a test designed to induce a bit error in the dependence/independence of the address bus and data bus using a large amount of consecutive data such as 1, 0, 1, 0, etc. (1) Input format For the bus integrity test, confirm whether to save the program on the flash ROM.

  • Page 180: Data Compare Test

    7.2.1.3.1 data compare test A zero clear verification and a full verification in 0x00 → 0xFF → 0xAA → 0x55 order for a read/write test are performed for the NIC registers. This is repeated 10 times. Example Bank 0 zero clear ...

  • Page 181: Bus Integrity Test

    Error messages The register name and value of the error, and the register values for all the banks are displayed. Bank 0 zero clear ... success. write 0x0000 ... success. write 0xFFFF ... success. write 0xAAAA ... success. write 0x5555 ... success. Bank 1 zero clear IA0-1 reg unmatch 0x0000 ===>...

  • Page 182: Rtc Test

    7.2.1.4 RTC test This test confirms the operation of RTC using the I2C bus. RTC test --------------------- 1: data compare test 2: bus integrity test 3: return select > With this function, all of the registers in the RTC are read and saved when the test starts, and then those register values are written again after the test is finished.

  • Page 183: Bus Integrity Test

    (2) RTC register read/write error The RTC register address and name of the error, written data, and read data are displayed. Example zero clear ... 01h: [Min] unmatch 0x00000000 ===> 0x0000007F 7.2.1.4.2 bus integrity test This is a test designed to induce a bit error in the dependence/independence of the address bus and data bus using a large amount of consecutive data such as 1, 0, 1, 0, etc.

  • Page 184: Compact Flash Test

    Advanced version only 7.2.1.5 Compact Flash test This test confirms the operation of the local bus and the read/write function for data. Compact Flash test --------------------- 1: data compare test 2: bus integrity test 3: return select > This is a test only for the advanced version. For the standard version, the following is displayed and this test cannot be performed.

  • Page 185: Bus Integrity Test

    Error messages The register name, written data, and read data are displayed. Example GPIO Port-D CF_INTRQ:0 CF_ACK:0 CF_STATUS:0 CF_REQ register CF_STATUS:0 CF_nBUSY:1 CF_START:0 CF_STOP:0 << CF Card present. >> CF Power ON CF_REQ register CF_STATUS:0 CF_nBUSY:1 CF_START:0 CF_STOP:0 zero clear CF_SNO reg unmatch 0x00 ===>...

  • Page 186: Uart Test

    7.2.1.6 UART test This tests sending and receiving data for the local console port (UART1) and target port (UART2) using a loop back cable. Port settings of 460800bps and 8N1 are used to perform the test. Sent data is received from the loop back cable so the test is performed at that point and ends at any point an inconsistency is discovered.

  • Page 187

    (b) Target port, continuous testing Local Console? [Y/N, N:Target Port] > N Enter continuous? [Y/N] > Y Enter connect Loop back cable. then hit any key <- Updates the byte count display as needed running [cont,1,140kB] <- Aborts the test and displays the value when a key is hit abort @ 1,167,858 byte hit any key (c) Specify the local console port and size...

  • Page 188: Bus Integrity Test

    After the test is finished, disconnect the loop back cable from the local console and reconnect the terminal. Press any key on the target port terminal. The UART test menu screen will be displayed on the local console screen. Error messages If the sent data and received data do not match <- Displays the processed byte count error @ 71,431 byte...

  • Page 189: Hardware Test

    7.2.2 Hardware test The following items can be tested during the hardware test. Hardware test -------------------- 1: DIPSW 2: LED 3: CF/Init 4: Register Read/Write 5: return 7.2.2.1 DIPSW This reads and displays the current status of the DIP switches. Hardware test -------------------- 1: DIPSW...

  • Page 190: Cf/init

    7.2.2.3 CF/Init This reads and displays the current status of the CF/Init button. Hardware test -------------------- 1: DIPSW 2: LED 3: CF/Init 4: Register Read/Write 5: return select > 3 Enter CF/INIT Button The CF/Init button status is read and displayed one time when the test is performed, and then the screen returns to the hardware test menu screen.

  • Page 191

    (1) Byte access select > 1 Enter Byte:Register Address [hexa](end: . or q) = Specifies the address to be viewed/changed Byte:Register Address [hexa](end: . or q) = 08000000 <- Enter 08000000 and press the Enter key <- Displays the content of the address 08000000 08000000: 00/ To change the content of the address 08000000, enter the value and press the Enter key...

  • Page 192: Recovery (returning To Factory Settings)

    7.3. Recovery (Returning to Factory Settings) Perform a recovery procedure to return this product to initial settings. Procedure Turn the power on while pressing the Init button. If this product is already on, press the RESET button while pressing the Init button. "...now system recovery..."...

  • Page 193: Updating The Firmware

    7.4. Updating the firmware The following describes how to write a binary image on the flash ROM in order to update this product's firmware. Execute the writeflash command to write the image file on the flash ROM. 4.1.25 writeflash Command (page 79) Refer to Procedure Prepare a binary image in the CF card or NFS in advance, log in to this product,...

  • Page 194: Technical Support

    7.5. Technical Support <Inquiry about our products> FUJITSU COMPONENT LIMITED Marketing Department TEL: 81-3-5449-7006, Fax: 81-3-5449-2626 E-mail: promothq@fcl.fujitsu.com URL: http://www.fcl.fujitsu.com/en/ SERVIS IP-Serial 1p Converter User's Guide...

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