Expert Net Control 2111/2191

Manual
Expert Net Control 2111
Expert Net Control 2191
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Digitalsysteme GmbH
Manual Ver. 1.0.0
from Firmware Ver. 1.0
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Table of contents
1.
Device Description
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1.1
Security Advice .............................................................................................................. 7
1.2
Content of Delivery ........................................................................................................ 7
1.3
Description ..................................................................................................................... 7
1.4
Installation ...................................................................................................................... 9
1.4.1
Terminal Assignment ............................................................................................. 10
1.5
Technical Specifications .............................................................................................. 11
1.6
2.
Sensor ........................................................................................................................... 11
Operating
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2.1
Operating the device directly ..................................................................................... 14
2.2
Control Panel ................................................................................................................ 15
2.3
Maintenance ................................................................................................................ 16
2.3.1
Maintenance Page ................................................................................................. 18
2.3.2
Configuration Management ................................................................................... 20
2.3.3
Bootloader Activation ............................................................................................. 21
2.4
GSM ............................................................................................................................... 22
2.4.1
SMS ......................................................................................................................... 24
2.4.1.1
SMS Commands ................................................................................................ 24
2.4.1.1.1
Port: Query Port State .................................................................................. 24
2.4.1.1.2
Port: Simple Switching ................................................................................. 24
2.4.1.1.3
Port: Advanced Switching (Batchmode) ...................................................... 25
2.4.1.1.4
Port: Advanced Switching (coldstart) .......................................................... 26
2.4.1.1.5
Configuration: Read ..................................................................................... 26
2.4.1.1.6
Configuration: Write .................................................................................... 27
2.4.1.1.7
Configuration: All Parameter ....................................................................... 27
2.4.1.1.8
Sensors: Query State ................................................................................... 28
2.4.1.1.9
Query Device State ...................................................................................... 29
2.4.1.2
SMS replies ....................................................................................................... 29
2.4.1.2.1
SMS command replies ................................................................................. 29
2.4.1.2.2
Status Change Report SMS .......................................................................... 30
2.4.2
Voice Call ............................................................................................................... 30
2.4.2.1
Menu ................................................................................................................ 30
2.4.2.1.1
Port Menu .................................................................................................... 32
2.4.2.1.2
Status Menu ................................................................................................. 33
2.4.2.1.3
Parameter Description ................................................................................. 33
2.4.3
Port Commands ...................................................................................................... 34
2.4.4
Security ................................................................................................................... 36
3.
Configuration
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3.1
Output Ports ................................................................................................................ 38
3.1.1
Watchdog ............................................................................................................... 39
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3.2
Input Ports .................................................................................................................... 41
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.4
3.4.5
3.5
3.5.1
3.6
Ethernet ........................................................................................................................ 42
IP Address ............................................................................................................... 42
IP ACL ..................................................................................................................... 43
HTTP ....................................................................................................................... 44
Protocols ....................................................................................................................... 45
Console ................................................................................................................... 45
Syslog ..................................................................................................................... 47
SNMP ...................................................................................................................... 47
Radius ..................................................................................................................... 49
Modbus TCP ........................................................................................................... 50
Sensors .......................................................................................................................... 51
Port Switching ......................................................................................................... 52
E-Mail ............................................................................................................................ 54
3.7
Front Panel ................................................................................................................... 55
3.8
Configuration - GSM .................................................................................................... 55
3.8.1
Configuration - GSM General ................................................................................. 55
3.8.2
Configuration - GSM Misc ...................................................................................... 56
3.8.3
Configuration - GSM Phonebook ............................................................................ 57
3.8.4
Configuration - GSM SIM Card ............................................................................... 57
3.8.5
Configuration - GSM Provider ................................................................................. 58
4.
Specifications
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4.1
IP ACL ............................................................................................................................ 60
4.2
IPv6 ................................................................................................................................ 60
4.3
Radius ............................................................................................................................ 61
4.4
Automated Access ....................................................................................................... 61
4.5
SNMP ............................................................................................................................ 62
4.5.1
Device MIB 2111 .................................................................................................... 64
4.5.2
Device MIB 2191 .................................................................................................... 65
4.6
SSL ................................................................................................................................. 66
4.7
Console .......................................................................................................................... 69
4.7.1
Console Cmd 2111 ................................................................................................. 71
4.7.2
Console Cmd 2191 ................................................................................................. 77
4.8
Modbus TCP .................................................................................................................. 84
4.9
5.
Messages ....................................................................................................................... 88
Support
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5.1
Data Security ................................................................................................................ 90
5.2
Contact .......................................................................................................................... 90
5.3
FAQ ................................................................................................................................ 91
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Device Description
Device Description
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Device Description
1.1
Security Advice
· The device must be installed only by qualified personnel according to the following in-
stallation and operating instructions.
· The manufacturer does not accept responsibility in case of improper use of the device
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1.2
and particularly any use of equipment that may cause personal injury or material damage.
The device contains no user-maintainable parts. All maintenance has to be performed
by factory trained service personnel.
The device may only be connected via a low voltage power supply to 230V AC (50 Hz
or 60 Hz) power supply sockets.
The device is intended for indoor use only. Do NOT install them in an area where excessive moisture or heat is present.
Because of safety and approval issues it is not allowed to modify the device without
our permission.
The device is NOT a toy. It has to be used or stored out or range of children.
Care about packaging material. Plastics has to be stored out of range of children.
Please recycle the packaging materials.
In case of further questions, about installation, operation or usage of the device, which
are not clear after reading the manual, please do not hesitate to ask our support team.
Content of Delivery
The package includes:
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Expert Net Control 2111 / 2191
GSM Antenna (only ENC 2191)
Quick Start Guide
CD-ROM with Manual and Softwaretools
Description
The Expert Net Control 2111 / 2191 can switch 4 different relay outputs and monitor 12
passive signal inputs. The device has the following features:
· 4 switchable, potential-free relay outputs with change-over connectors (NO and NC),
high switching voltage 36 V, 3 A
· Relays dispose of high contact reliability also at very small loads
· 12 passive inputs for monitoring NO and NC devices, e.g. door contacts, smoke de-
tectors, leakage sensors etc.
· Each signal input includes a 12 V connector for supply of NO/NC devices
· Status and Power-up delay (0...9999 seconds) adjustable individually for each relay
port after power blackout
· Programmable turn-on/turn-off sequence
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· 4-channel watchdog, an individual watchdog (ICMP/TCP) can be assigned for each re-
lay output
· A clearly visible LED display on the device reveals total current, IP address, sensor
data and error reports
· LED display for status of power supply, inputs/outputs and GSM (2191)
· 2 inputs for redundant power supply (12 V DC) via 2 external power supply units (one
included in delivery)
· For 2111-2 / 2191-2 additional power supply by Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) possible
· 4 interfaces for optional sensors for environmental monitoring (temperature, humidity
and air pressure)
· Firmware update via Ethernet during operation
· Comfortable configuration by web browser, Windows or Linux tool
· Generation of messages (e-mail, Syslog and SNMP traps) and relay switching de·
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pending on input change, resp. external sensors
IPv6 ready
HTTP/HTTPS, e-mail (SSL, STARTTLS), DHCP, Syslog
SNMPv1, v2c, v3 (Get/Traps)
Console Commands with telnet support and serial interface.
TLS 1.0, 1.1, 1.2
IP Access Control List
Low internal power consumption
Android and iOS app Gude Control allows access from anywhere (without SSL)
Developed and manufactured in Germany
Only Expert Net Control 2191:
· 4 relay ports individually switchable via voicecall, SMS and Datacall
· GSM admin and user access for all Power Ports definable
· For pre-paid and post-paid SIM cards (SIM card not included)
· Triband network
· FreeCall: Predefined action upon toll-free incoming call from a specific number
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Installation
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9.
Sensor Information ((7-segment display)
OK Button
Select Button
12 LED's signaling the state of the Inputs
LED display for power supply (1 = Pwr1, 2 = Pwr2, 3 = Pwr3 (POE) )
4 plain text displays (on/off) for the state of the Output Ports
Signal Tower indicator LED for GSM Connection (only ENC 2191)
GSM signal strength (only ENC 2191)
Status LED
12 passive inputs (yellow)
4 potential-free relay outputs (red)
2 Connectors (Pwr1 + Pwr2) for power supply (green)
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GSM antenna connector (only ENC 2191)
SIM card slot (only ENC 2191)
Connector Sensor Port 1
Connector Sensor Port 2
Connector Sensor Port 3 (RS485)
Connector Sensor Port 4 (RS232)
Ethernet connector (RJ45) (with Pwr3 = POE only ENC 2111-2/2191-2)
Start-up the device
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Connect the device (Pwr1 oder Pwr2) to the AC Adaptor (12 V DC, 1 A).
Optional connect the device to a second AC Adaptor (12 V DC, 1 A).
Plug the network cable into the Ethernet (RJ45).
Attach the optional external sensors to the connectors.
Attach the antenna and insert the SIM card into the card slot (only ENC 2191).
Connect the passive inputs and relay outputs to compatible devices.
Terminal Assignment
The terminal assignment of the terminals is printed on the housing surface:
This means that there is only a connection between the center pin (COM) and the NC-pin (Normally Closed) for the output
ports in the "Off" state. If the relay assumes the "On" state,
then there is only contact from the center pin (COM) to the
NO-pin (Normally Open).
The digital signal inputs (input ports) go to the logic state
"LOW" when the pin "In" and the center pin "GND" are
bridged, otherwise the state is "HI". The text outputs associated with the "LOW" and "HI" states can be defined in the Input Ports configuration 41 . In the default configuration, the logic states are inverted so that the state "HI" is assumed for a
bridged contact. In addition, a 12 V power supply can be activated in the Sensor configuration 51 on the 12V-pin. The power
of the 12 V supply (high = 600 mA, low = 400 mA) is adjustable.
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Technical Specifications
Interfaces
(ENC 2191)
(ENC 2191)
(ENC 2111-1 / ENC 2191-1)
(ENC 2111-2 / ENC 2191-2)
2 sockets for ext. power supply
4 switchable outputs
12 passive signal inputs
4 x RJ45 for optional sensors
1 x Connector GSM antenna,
1 x SIM card slot
1x Ethernet connector RJ45
1 x Ethernet connector RJ45 with PoE
Network connectivity
10/100 MBit/s 10baseT Ethernet
Protocols
TCP/IP, HTTP/HTTPS, SNMP v1/v2c/v3,
SNMP traps, Syslog, E-Mail (SMTP)
GSM Modem (only EPC 1292)
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Quadband GSM Module (850/900/1800/1900
MHz)
Sim Card (only EPC 1292)
Mini-SIM
Power Supply
AC Adaptor (12V DC, 1 A)
Environment
· Operating temperature
· Storage temperature
· Humidity
0°C - 50 °C
-20°C - 70 °C
0% - 95% (non-condensing)
Case
Powdered steel case
Measurements
139 mm x 91 mm x 35 mm (L x H x D)
Weight
approx. 440 kg
Sensor
Four external sensors can be connected to the Expert Net Control 2111 / 2191. The
following sensors are currently available
Tem perature-Sensor 7101
Cable length
Connector
RJ45
Measurement range
-20°C to +80°C at ±2°C (maximum) and ±1°C (typical)
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Hum idity/Tem perature-Sensor 7102
Cable length
Connector
RJ45
Measurement range
Temp: -20 to +80°C, ±0,5°C (maximum) and ±0,3°C (typical)
Humidity: 0-100%, ±3% (maximum) and ±2% (typical)
The sensors are detected automatically after connection. The green LED on the RJ45
sensor connector then lights up permanently. If the sensor value is displayed permanently on the display, the green LED flashes. The sensor values are displayed directly
on the "Control Panel" website:
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Operating
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Operating
2.1
Operating the device directly
Port Switching
The current status of the output is indicated by the color of the LED. Red indicates that
the output is off, green shows that the output is on. On the device are the buttons "select" and "ok". If you press "select", the LED will blink for the first output, ie the output is
selected. Press "select" again to select the next output. Hold down the button "ok" for
two seconds, then the status of the selected output is toggled.
Display Information
If no port is selected manually, repeatedly pressing the "ok" key will show the IP-address and the values of the external sensors on the display.
Status-LED
The Status LED shows the different states of the device:
· red: The device is not connected to the Ethernet.
· orange: The device is connected to the Ethernet and waits for data from the DHCP
server.
· green: The device is connected to the Ethernet and the TCP/IP settings are allocated.
· periodic blinking: The device is in Bootloader mode.
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2.2
Control Panel
Access the web interface: http://"IP-address" and log-in.
The web page provides an overview of the switching state, energy measurement values,
as well as the external sensors, provided that they are connected. When a single port is
clicked at the Expert Net Control 2111 / 2191, a panel with buttons to control a single
port appear:
The Port icon is green when the relay is closed, or red in the open state. An additional
small clock icon indicates that a timer is active. Timer can be activated by delay, reset
or batch mode.
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An activated Watchdog is represented by an eye icon. An "X" means, that the address
that should be observed, could not be resolved. Two circular arrows show a booting
status.
The ports can be switched manually with the "On" and "Off" buttons. If the port is turned
on, it can be turned off by pressing the "Reset" button, until after a delay it turns itself on
again. The delay time is determined by the parameter Reset Duration, which is described in the chapter "Configuration - Output Ports 38 ". The "Close" button dissolves
the panel again.
Batchmode
Each individual port can be set for a selectable period of time to the state "switch on" or
"switch off". After the selected time they are automatically switched to the second
preselected state.
Optionally the device can be switched via a Perl script or external tools like wget. More
information is available on our support wiki at www.gude.info/wiki.
For devices with a GSM module (Expert Net Control 2191), additional reception information, the prepaid credit and the own call number are displayed. An overview of the GSM
activities can be expanded.
2.3
Maintenance
The actual device generation with IPv6 and SSL allows all maintenance functions in the
web interface to be carried out on the Maintenance Page 18 .
Maintenance in the web interface
The following functions are available from the maintenance web page:
· Firmware Update
· Change the SSL certificate
· Load and save the configuration
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Restart the device
Factory Reset
Jump into the Bootloader
Delete the DNS cache
Upload Firmware, Certificate or Configuration
On the Maintenance Page 18 , select the required file with "Browse .." in the sections
"Firmware Update", "SSL Certificate Upload" or "Config Import File Upload" and press
"Upload". The file is now transferred to the update area of the device and the contents
are checked. Only now, pressing the "Apply" button will permanently update the data, or
abort with "Cancel".
Only one upload function can be initiated with a reboot, eg. you cannot transmit firmware and configuration at the same time.
If after a firmware update, the web page is not displayed correctly anymore, this may
be related to the interaction of Javascript with an outdated browser cache. If a Ctrl-F5
does not help, it is recommended that you manually delete the cache in the browser options. Alternatively, you can test start the browser in "private mode".
Actions in Bootloader mode
If the web interface of the device is no longer accessible, the device can be put into
Bootloader mode (see chapter Bootloader activation 21 ). The following functions can be
executed using the GBL_Conf.exe application:
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Set IPv4 address, net-mask and gateway
Turn HTTP password on and off
Turn IP-ACL on and off
Factory Reset
Jump into the bootloader (can be switched on and off)
Restart the device
For devices with relays, entering or exiting the bootloader mode does not change
the state of the relays as long as the operating voltage is maintained.
The GBL_Conf.exe program is available free of charge on our website www.gude.info and
can also be found on the enclosed CD-ROM.
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Interface GBL_Conf
To check the network settings with GBL_Conf.exe, start the program and choose "All
Devices" in the "Search" menu. From the list select the appropriate device. The lower
part of the left half of the window now shows the current network settings of the device. If
the IP address is displayed with the default settings (192.168.0.2), either no DHCP
server is present on the network, or there could be no free IP address assigned to it.
· Activate the Bootloader Mode (see Chapter Bootloader Mode) and choose in menu
"Search" the item "Bootloader-Mode Devices only"
· Enter the desired settings in the edit window and save them with "Save Config".
· Deactivate the boot loader mode for the changes to take effect. Select again "All
Devices" in the "Search" menu of GBL_Conf.exe.
The new network configuration is now displayed.
Factory Reset
The device can be reset to the factory default via the web interface from the Maintenance
Page 18 or from the Bootloader mode (see chapter Bootloader activation 21 ). All TCP/IP
settings are reset in this operation.
If a unit is set to factory defaults, an uploaded certificate or updated firmware will be
preserved.
2.3.1
Maintenance Page
This section provides access to important functions such as Firmware Update or Restart
Device. It is advisable to set an HTTP password for this reason.
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Firmware Update: Start a firmware update.
SSL Certificate Upload: Saves your own SSL certificate. See chapter "SSL
generation of a certificate in the right format.
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Config Import File Upload: Loads a new configuration from a text file. To apply the new
configuration, a "Restart Device" must be executed after the "Upload".
Config File Export: Saves the current configuration in a text file.
Saving the configuration should only be carried out in an SSL connection, since it
contains sensitive password information (even if it is encrypted or hashed).
Restart Device: Restarts the device without changing the status of the relays.
Some functions such as a firmware update or changing of the IP-address and HTTP
settings require a restart of the device. A jump to the boot loader or a restart of the
device lead by no means to a change of the relay states.
Restore Fab Settings and Restart Device: Performs a restart and resets the device to
factory default 22 .
Enter Bootloader Mode: Jumps into bootloader mode, where additional settings can be
made with GBL_Conf.exe.
Flush DNS Cache: All entries in the DNS cache are discarded and address resolutions
are requested again.
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2.3.2
Configuration Management
The device configuration can be saved and restored in the maintenance area
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The "Config File Export" function can be used to save the current configuration as a text
file. The syntax used in the configuration file corresponds to the commands of the Telnet
console. If the configuration of a device is to be restored from a text file, load the file with
"Upload" and restart the device with "Restart Device".
Saving the configuration should only be carried out in an SSL connection, since it
contains sensitive password information (even if it is encrypted or hashed). For the same
reasons, it is advisable to carefully handle the generated configuration files when archiving.
Editing the configuration file
It is possible to customize a saved configuration file with a text editor for your own
needs. For example, one scenario would be to use a script language to automate the
creation of many customized versions of a configuration, then equip a large number of
devices with an individualized configuration. Also Upload and restart with CGI commands
can be done in scripting languages. With use of the comment sign "#" you can quickly
hide single commands or add personal notes.
If you modify a configuration file manually, it is not always clear which limits are allowed
for parameters. After uploading and restarting, commands with invalid parameters are ignored. Therefore, the generated configuration includes comments describing the boundaries of the parameters. Where "range:" refers to a numeric value, and "len:" to a text
parameter. E.g:
email auth set 0 #range: 0..2
email user set "" #len: 0..100
The command "system fabsettings" from the beginning of a generated configuration file
brings the device into the factory state, and then executes the individual commands that
modify the configuration state. It may be desirable to make the changes relative to the
current configuration, and not out of the factory state. Then the "system fabsettings"
should be removed.
Configuration via Telnet
The configuration files can in principle also be transferred in a Telnet session, but then
the settings are changed during operation, and not completely when restarting, as it
would have been the case with an upload. It can happen that events are triggered at the
same time as the device is configured. One should therefore:
a) disable the function
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b) completely parametrize
c) reactivate the function
An example:
email
email
email
email
email
email
email
email
email
email
2.3.3
enabled set 0
sender set "" #len: 0..100
recipient set "" #len: 0..100
server set "" #len: 0..100
port set 25
security set 0 #range: 0..2
auth set 0 #range: 0..2
user set "" #len: 0..100
passwd hash set "" #len: 0..100
enabled set 1 #range: 0..1
Bootloader Activation
The configuration of the device from the application "GBL_Conf.exe" is only possible, if
the device is in Bootloader Mode.
Activation of the Bootloader Mode
1) via push button:
· Hold both buttons for 3 seconds
2) or
· Remove the power supply
· Hold down the "Select" button. If the push button is recessed, use a pin or paper clip
· Connect the operating voltage
3) by Software: (only if "Enable FW to BL" was previously activated in the
"GBL_Conf.exe" application)
· Start the "GBL_Conf.exe" program
· Do a network search with the "Search" menu action
· Activate in menu "Program Device" the item "Enter Bootloader"
4) via web interface:
Press "Enter Bootloader Mode" on the maintenance
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web page.
Whether the device is in Bootloader mode, is indicated by the flashing of the status
LED, or it is shown in "GBL_Conf.exe" application after a renewed device search (appendix "BOOT-LDR" after the device name). In Bootloader mode the program
"GBL_Conf.exe" can disable the password and the IP ACL, perform a firmware update,
and restore the factory settings.
For devices with relays, entering or exiting the bootloader mode does not change the
state of the relays as long as the operating voltage is maintained.
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Abandonment of the Bootloader Mode
1) via push button:
· Hold both buttons for 3 seconds (only if the device has 2 buttons)
2) or
· Remove and connect the power supply without operating a button
3) by Software:
· Start the "GBL_Conf.exe" application
· Do a network search with the "Search" menu action
· In menu "Program Device" activate the item "Enter Firmware"
Factory Reset
If the device is in bootloader mode, it can always be put back to its factory default. All
TCP/IP settings are reset in this operation.
If a unit is set to factory defaults, an uploaded certificate or updated firmware will be
preserved.
1) via push button:
· Activate the Bootloader Mode of the device
· Hold down the button (or the "Select" button for devices with 2 buttons) for 6 seconds.
If the push button is recessed, use a pin or paper clip
· The status LED will blink in a fast rhythm, please wait until the LED blinks slowly
(about 5 seconds)
2) by Software:
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Activate the Bootloader Mode of the device
"Start the GBL_Conf.exe" program
In menu "Program Device" activate the item "Reset to Fab Settings"
The status LED will blink in a fast rhythm, please wait until the LED blinks slowly
(about 5 seconds)
GSM
To use the GSM functions, there must be an activated SIM card in the SIM card slot.
If the SIM card is inserted, and the device is enabled, the integrated GSM module
searches automatically for a connection to the GSM network. If this connection works,
you can control and configure the device via SMS or by call.
When operating via SMS, send defined SMS commands to the device. The device executes these commands and confirms them with reply SMS.
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When operating via phone call, you can perform commands by FreeCall, that allow the
unit to perform preconfigured commands, when it is called from a particular phone number. There is no connection established and there are no call charges. Another possibility is the voice call. Here, the device menu is operated using DTMF codes. This type of
operation can also be carried out automatically.
Preparing for GSM operation
If you are using a new SIM card, please take note:
1.
Preparing the SIM card
· If you are using a contracted SIM card, please start with step 2
· If you are using a prepaid SIM card, please take care:
o There has to be a positiv balance on the card
o The card has to be activated. New prepaid cards need some
manual operation at the start of usage. These requests have to be
made from a user with a cellphone.
2.
SIM-card pin code
· The device awaits the SIM card pin code 1234 first. Enter this PIN to the
SIM card, by using a cellphone. In case you are using another pin code,
you have to configure the EPC NET GSM before you activate the GSM
part of the device! Otherwise this may lead to a lock of the SIM card.
· You can disable the need to enter the PIN code on the SIM card with a
mobile phone. In this case the EPC NET GSM accepts the SIM card
without checking the code.
3.
Install SIM card
· Switch off the device or deactivate the GSM module. Alternatively, you
can just turn off the GSM module in the EPC NET GSM via software.
Never install a SIM card, when GSM module is active. Otherwise the SIM
card may be destroyed.
· Insert the SIM card into the Push Sim Holder.
4. Connect Antenna
· Take the GSM antenna from the box and screw it to the EPC NET GSM
by turning clockwise. It is enough to attract the connection hand-tight.
Never use pliers to tighten or similar to the antenna, thus inevitably destroying the antenna connection.
5. Activate the EPC NET GSM
· Power up the device. In factory default state, the GSM module is deactivated. This is a security setting in delivery to avoid accidentally locking a
SIM card with the wrong code.
· Log in on the web interface.
· Switch to Configuration / GSM / SIM.
· Here the button "Enable GSM" is set to "No", that is the GSM module is
turned off. Set the button to "yes", then press the button "Apply" to transmit the data to the EPC NET GSM.
· Wait some minutes, until the device has logged into the GSM. You can
see the status change from the Signal Tower indicator LED on the display
or in the web interface.
GSM Status LED's
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The GSM status LED's displays different states of the GSM module.
Signal Tower indicator off
GSM module is deactivated.
Signal Tower indicator on
GSM module activated.
Signal Strength Indicator
· 0 bars - no signal
· 2 bars - approx. 30%
· 4 bars - approx. 70%
· 6 bars - approx. 100%
2.4.1
2.4.1.1
SMS
SMS Commands
Description of the SMS format to send commands to the device:
Format
%[cmd-name] [param 1] [...] [param N] {param 1} {...} {param N}
[param x] = mandatory parameter
{param x} = optional paramater
If activated, a port code or master code will be required. Entering these codes is initiated
by p (for Port code) or m (for Master code).
2.4.1.1.1 Port: Query Port State
Format
%port state [portnumber] {Portcode/Mastercode}
Command:
Request of status of Output Port 1, Portcode 1111
%port state 1 p1111
Answer:
Hostname: ENC-2191
Output Port state: Port 1 is Off
Credit: 130.50 Eur
Sensor 1: N.C.
Sensor 2: N.C.
Sensor 3: N.C.
Temp. 4: 25.8 C
2.4.1.1.2 Port: Simple Switching
Format
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%port [on, off, toggle] [portnumber] {Portcode/Mastercode}
Examples:
Switch off Output Port 2, Mastercode 2222
%port off 2 m2222
Toggle Output Port 8, Portcode 1238
%port toggle 8 p1238
Reset Output Port 6, Portcode 0123
%port reset 6 p0123
Switch on Output Port 1, without Portcode
%port on 1
Answer (example):
Device name: epc007
Port switch: Port 1 off -> on
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2.4.1.1.3 Port: Advanced Switching (Batchmode)
Format
%port batchmode [portnumber] [batch-sequence-number] {Portcode/Mastercode}
[batch-sequence-number]
'11' .. '19' off, wait [t1 .. t9]s, on
'21' .. '29' on, wait [t1 .. t9]s, off
'31' .. '39' toggle, wait [t1 .. t9]s, toggle
Note: Sequence numbers are identical to the DTMF codes for voice calls.
tn
Time in seconds
t1
1
t2
2
t3
5
t4
10
t5
20
t6
60
t7
120
t8
240
t9
480
Example:
%port batchmode 1 13 m0123
Answer:
Device name: epc007
Switch sequence: Port 1 off -> t3 -> on
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2.4.1.1.4 Port: Advanced Switching (coldstart)
The command 'coldstart' turns off all Output Ports at once. Then it switches the ports
temporally delayed on again (according to the current output port configuration), as if the
device performs a cold start.
Format
%coldstart {mastercode}
Example:
%coldstart m0123
Answer:
Device name: epc007
Switch sequence: coldstart
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2.4.1.1.5 Configuration: Read
Format
%config get [config-name] {mastercode}
[config-name 27 ]:
all
code
telbook
gsmstatus
temp
response
error
portname
adminnum
tempmin
tempmax
gsm
Example:
%config get code m1234
Answer:
Config: code = on
Example:
%config get all
Answer:
Config: code = on
telbook = off
[...]
adminnum = 0161123456
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gsm = on
2.4.1.1.6 Configuration: Write
Format
%config set [config-name] [config-value] {Mastercode}
[config-name] 27 :
code
telbook
gsmstatus
temp
response
error
portname
adminnum
tempmin
tempmax
gsm
Example:
%config set code off m1234
Answer:
Config: code = off
2.4.1.1.7 Configuration: All Parameter
Description
SMS [config-name]
SMS [config-value]
default
Master/Port Code
enabled?
code
on, off
off
Check of phone
book?
telbook
on, off
off
Send GSM
Status SMS to
'adminnum'
gsmstatus
on, off
off
temp
on, off
off
Send SMS reply
on SMS commands to recent
SMS user
response
on, off
on
Send SMS reply
with error message, if SMS
command was
malformed
error
on, off
on
Send SMS to 'adminnum' if tempmin / tempmax
are changed
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Description
SMS [config-name]
SMS [config-value]
default
States configured
Port name instead of Output
Port n in SMS
replies
portname
on, off
off
Allow deactivation
of GSM module
via SMS
gsm
on, off
off
Phone number for
e-mail messages
email
max. 15 chars
mastergsm
on, off
off
Autosync
autosync
on, off
off
DTMF for
VoiceCall
calltone
on, off
off
Voice for
VoiceCall
callvoice
on, off
on
adminnum
max. 15 chars
Minimum value
for temperature
alerts
tempmin
'-20' .. '0'
0
Maximum value
for temperature
alerts
tempmax
'0' .. '90'
50
Allows freecall
operation
freecall
on, off
off
Access only for
admin
Phone number for
SMS messages
2.4.1.1.8 Sensors: Query State
Format
%sensor state [portnumber, all] {Mastercode}
Example:
Query the state of all sensors, Mastercode 0000
%sensor state m0000
Answer:
Device name: epc007
Port: Sensor port 1
Sensor name: Temperature
Value: NC
Port: Sensor port 2
Sensor name: Temperature
Value: T=22.79C
Value: RH= 76.64%
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2.4.1.1.9 Query Device State
Format
%all state {Mastercode}
Example:
Query the state of the device:
%all state
Answer:
Device name: epc007: Status
Outputport state: outp: 1=On 2=On 3=On 4=Off
Inputport state: dinp: 1=Off 2=Off 3=Off 4=Off
Sensor Port 1: senp 1: NC
Sensor Port 2: senp 2: T=22.79C RH= 76.64%
Account credit: Credit: 130.50 Eur
2.4.1.2
SMS replies
2.4.1.2.1 SMS command replies
A command reply SMS looks like:
Device name: [name]
prefix
[response text]
Command specific reply
Account credit: [x]
[response text]
Device name: [name]
Port switch: [port] [s] -> [s]
[port] = Port 1 .. Port 99 (or Config:portname)
[s] = on .. off
Port state: [port] is [s], [...], [port] is [s]
[port] = Port 1 .. Port 99 (or Config:portname)
[s] = on .. off
Switch sequence: [s]
[s]
[port] [c] -> wait t -> [c]
[port] = 'Port 1' .. 'Port 99' (or Config:portname)
[c] = on, off, toggle, coldstart
Account credit: [x]
Config: name = value, [...], name = value
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or
command parse error
2.4.1.2.2 Status Change Report SMS
A SMS status change request reply looks like:
Device name: [name]
Prefix
[response text]
Status change request specific reply
Account credit: [x]
[response text]
Device name: [name]
[port] -> [s]
[port] = 'Port 1' .. 'Port 99' (or Config:portname)
[s] = 'on' .. 'off'
[port] [s]
[port] = 'Port 1' .. 'Port 99' (or Config:portname)
[s] = batchmode, toggled, Coldstart
Temperature state: [val]
[val] = 'over the MAX limit', 'under the MIN limit'
Account credit: [x]
2.4.2
2.4.2.1
Voice Call
Menu
For operating with VoiceCall, simply call the phone number of the SIM card of the GSM
module. When connection is established the device replies with the announcement:
"Main menu" and a DTMF tone
In the menu the navigation works via DTMF commands.
Each command starts with # and ends with *.
Numbers
Men
*1#
*2#
*8#
Output Port
Input Port
Status
You can combine multiple commands into a command. Just type the commands one
after another and terminate it as a whole with #.
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*[Command 1][Command 2]...[Command n]#
Some commands may require the Port or MasterCode. These codes have to be added
at end of the command
Eample:
Navigate from Main Menu into the Status Menu using mastercode 1111
*8#
1111
- enter Status Menu
- Mastercode
For the navigation in menus the following commands are required:
*99#
*98#
*97#
- Jump to Main Menu
- Return to prev Menu
- Help
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2.4.2.1.1 Port Menu
Here you can choose and switch Output Ports or request the status of a Output Port.
Example:
*1#
*5#
*01#
- Switch to Output Port menu
- Choose Output Port 5
- Switch on
Or connected into one command: *1501#
Example:
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*7#
*23#
- Choose Output Port 7
- Activate Batchmode No.23 for Output Port 7 - Output Portt 7 on, wait t3, off
Example:
*3#
*03#
- Choose Output Port 3
- Request state of Output Port 4
Or as one command: *303#
Please check the Output Port commands [pc] for further information
2.4.2.1.2 Status Menu
Different states of the device can be requested
*00#
Value of the account of the PrePaid card
*01#
Request of an SMS with all output port information, announcement
"SMS sent"
*03#
Request of an SMS with configuration information, announcement
"SMS sent"
*04#
Request of actual sensor information (a sensor has to be connected)
*10#
Request of the state of all Output Ports
2.4.2.1.3 Parameter Description
[pn]
Output Port Number
- Values: '1' .. '9'
[ps]
- Output Port State
- Values: '0' .. '1'
(on/off)
[pc]
- Output Port Command
- Values: '00' .. '89'
[in]
- Input-Port Number
- Values: '1' .. '9'
[is]
- Input-Port State
- Values: '0' .. '1'
(on/off)
[sq]
- Status Query
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- Values '01' .. '89'
Special Menu Commands (90 .. 00)
- 99 : Jump to Main Menu
- 98 : return to prev Menu
2.4.3
Port Commands
List of possible Output Port commands (pc)
Port Command
Command Description
00
off
Switch off
01
on
Switch on
02
toggle
Toggle
03
state info
Request of state of Port
04
reset
Switch off, wait 30 seconds, switch on
Port Command
Command
Description
11
Batchmode: off,
wait t1, on
Port off, wait t1, Port on
12
Batchmode: off,
wait t2, on
Port off, wait t2, Port on
13
Batchmode: off,
wait t3, on
Port off, wait t3, Port on
14
Batchmode: off,
wait t4, on
Port off, wait t4, Port on
15
Batchmode: off,
wait t5, on
Port off, wait t5, Port on
16
Batchmode: off,
wait t6, on
Port off, wait t6, Port on
17
Batchmode: off,
wait t7, on
Port off, wait t7, Port on
18
Batchmode: off,
wait t8, on
Port off, wait t8, Port on
19
Batchmode: off,
wait t9, on
Port off, wait t9, Port on
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Command
Description
21
Batchmode: on,
Port on, wait t1, Port off
wait t1, off
22
Batchmode: on,
Port on, wait t2, Port off
wait t2, off
23
Batchmode: on,
Port on, wait t3, Port off
wait t3, off
24
Batchmode: on,
Port on, wait t4, Port off
wait t4, off
25
Batchmode: on,
Port on, wait t5, Port off
wait t5, off
26
Batchmode: on,
Port on, wait t6, Port off
wait t6, off
27
Batchmode: on,
Port on, wait t7, Port off
wait t7, off
28
Batchmode: on,
Port on, wait t8, Port off
wait t8, off
29
Batchmode: on,
Port on, wait t9, Port off
wait t9, off
Port Command
Command
Description
31
Batchmode:
toggle,
wait t1, toggle
Port toggle, wait t1, Port toggle
32
Batchmode:
toggle,
wait t2, toggle
Port toggle, wait t2, Port toggle
33
Batchmode:
toggle,
wait t3, toggle
Port toggle, wait t3, Port toggle
34
Batchmode:
toggle,
wait t4, toggle
Port toggle, wait t4, Port toggle
35
Batchmode:
toggle,
wait t5, toggle
Port toggle, wait t5, Port toggle
36
Batchmode:
toggle,
wait t6, toggle
Port toggle, wait t6, Port toggle
37
Batchmode:
toggle,
wait t7,toggle
Port toggle, wait t7, Port toggle
38
Batchmode:
toggle,
wait t8, toggle
Port toggle, wait t8, Port toggle
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2.4.4
Command
Description
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Batchmode:
toggle,
wait t9, toggle
Port toggle, wait t91, Port toggle
tn
Time in seconds
t1
1
t2
2
t3
5
t4
10
t5
20
t6
60
t7
120
t8
240
t9
480
Security
Please note that the device has no security options set in the delivery settings, in order
to allow a quick start. For a later use we strongly recommend that you activate the
phone book check and code queries. The phone book check provides pretty high security, because only phone book members can operate the device. Unfortunately, there are
mobile carriers that allow to simulate any number with some technical effort. These numbers will be marked with a special bit and can only be identified by the police as forged.
Unfortunately the GSM network has no possibility to identify this fake numbers. For this
reason we recommend the code query.
Access
Phonebook
Check
Port/Maste
rCode
Security
Anybody
off
off
Very low
Phonebook Check
on
off
Normal
Code Check
off
on
High
Phonebook and
Code Check
on
on
Very high
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Configuration
3
Configuration
TCP/IP configuration by DHCP
After switching on the device is scanning on the Ethernet for a DHCP server and requests an unused IP address. Check the IP address that has been assigned and adjust
if necessary, that the same IP address is used at each restart. To turn off DHCP use the
software GBL_Conf.exe or use the configuration via the web interface.
To check the network settings with GBL_Conf.exe, start the program and choose "All
Devices" in the "Search" menu. From the list select the appropriate device. The lower
part of the left half of the window now shows the current network settings of the device. If
the IP address is displayed with the default settings (192.168.0.2), either no DHCP
server is present on the network, or there could be no free IP address assigned to it.
3.1
Output Ports
Choose Output Port to configure: This field is used to select the Output Ports to be configured.
Label: You can assign a name up to 15 characters for each of the Output Ports. Using
the name, an identification of the the device connected to the port can be facilitated.
Start-up Monitoring
It is important, that if necessary the condition of the Output Ports can be restored after a
power failure. Therefore each port can be configured with Initialization status to a specific
start-up state. This start-up sequence can be carried out delayed by the parameter Initialization Delay. There is in any case a minimum one-second delay between switching
of ports.
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Initialization status(coldstart): This is the port state (on, off, remember last state) the
port should be set when the device is turned on. The setting "remember last state" saves
the last manually set state of the Output Port in the EEPROM.
Initialization delay: Here can be configured how long the port should wait to switch to its
defined state after the device is turned on. The delay may last up to 8191 seconds. This
corresponds to a period of approx. two hours and 20 minutes. A value of zero means
that the initialization is off.
GSM Portcode (only ENC 2191): Sets the individual port access code.
Repower delay: When this feature is enabled (value greater than 0), the Output Port will
switch itself on again a specified time after it has been disabled. Unlike the "Reset" button this function applies to all switch actions, including SNMP, or an optional serial interface.
Reset Duration: When the "Reset" button is triggered, the device turns the Output Port
off, waits for the time entered here (in seconds) and turns the Output Port on.
3.1.1
Watchdog
The watchdog feature enables to monitor various remote devices. Therefore either ICMP
pings or TCP pings are sent to the device to be monitored. If these pings are not
answered within a certain time (both the time and the number of attempts can be set),
the port is reset. This allows e.g. to automatically restart not responding server or NAS
systems. The mode IP master-slave port allows you to switch a port depending on the
availability of a remote device.
When a watchdog is activated it presents various information in the Control Panel. The
information is color-coded.
· Green text: The watchdog is active and regularly receives ping replies.
· Orange text: The watchdog is currently enabled, and waits for the first Ping response.
· Red text: The watchdog is active and receives no ping replies anymore from the con-
figured IP address.
After the watchdog has been enabled, the display remains orange until the watchdog receives a ping response for the first time. Only then the watchdog is activated. Even after
triggering a watchdog and a subsequent Output Port reset, the display will remain orange until the device is rebooted and responds again to ping requests. This will prevent a
premature watchdog reset of the port, e.g. when a server needs a long time for a file
check.
You can monitor devices on your own network, as well as devices on an external network, e.g. the operating status of a router.
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Enable watchdog: Enables the watchdog function for this Output Port.
Watchdog type: Here you can choose between the monitoring by ICMP pings or TCP
pings.
· ICMP Pings: The classic ping (ICMP echo request). It can be used to check the ac-
cessibility of network devices (for example, a server).
· TCP Pings: With TCP pings, you can check if a TCP port on the target device would
accept a TCP connect. Therefore a non-blocked TCP port should be selected. A good
choice would be port 80 for http or port 25 for SMTP.
TCP port: Enter the TCP port to be monitored. When using ICMP pings this is not
needed.
Hostname: The name or IP address of the monitored network device.
Ping interval: Select the frequency (in seconds) at which the ping packet is sent to each
network device to check its operating status.
Ping retries: After this number of consecutive unanswered ping requests the device is
considered inactive.
Watchdog mode: When Reset port when host down is enabled, the Output Port is
turned off and switched back on after the time set in Reset Duration. In mode Switch off
once when host down the Output Port remains disabled.
At the default setting (Infinite wait for booting host after reset) the watchdog monitors the
connected device. When there is no longer a reply after a set time, the watchdog performs the specified action, usually a reset of the Output Port. Now the watchdog waits
until the monitored device reports again on the network. This may take several minutes
depending on the boot duration of the device. Only when the device is accessible from
network again, the watchdog is re-armed. If the option Repeat reset on booting host after
x ping timeout is enabled, this mechanism is bypassed. Now the watchdog is re-activated after N Ping intervals (input field ping timeouts).
When enabling the IP master-slave mode, the port is switched depending on the availability of a remote device. Depending on the configuration, the port is switched on when the
terminal is reachable, or vice versa.
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The option Repeat reset on booting host after x ping timeout has the following pitfall:
If a server, that is connected to the monitored Port is in need for a long boot process
(e.g. it is doing a file system check), the server would probably exceed the tripping time
of the watchdog. The server would be switched off and on again, and the file system
check is restarted. This would be repeated endlessly.
3.2
Input Ports
Choose Input port to configure: This field is used to select the input port to be configured.
Name: You can assign a name up to 15 characters for each of the Input Ports. Using the
name, an identification of the the device connected to the port can be facilitated.
Inverted Input: Inverts the assignment of the input signal to a logical HI / LOW state.
Input HI Text Message: Text display in the control panel and messages when a HI signal
is present at the input port.
Input LOW Text Message: Text display in the control panel and messages when a LOW
signal is present at the input port.
Enable input events: Enables Input Port monitoring.
Message Channels: Enables the generation of messages on different channels. If you
activate SMS messages, several recipients can be selected from the phonebook.
On input is HI: Switching action when Input Port changes from LOW to HI.
On input is LOW: Switching action when Input Port changes from HI to LOW.
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3.3
Ethernet
3.3.1
IP Address
Hostname: Here you can enter a name with up to 63 characters. This name will be used
for registration on the DHCP server.
Special characters and umlauts can cause problems in the network.
IPv4 Address: The IP address of the device.
IPv4 Netmask: The network mask used in the network.
IPv4 Gateway address: The IP address of the gateway.
IPv4 DNS address: The IP address of the DNS server.
Use IPv4 DHCP: Select "yes" if the TCP/IP settings should be obtained directly from the
DHCP server: When the function is selected, each time the device powers up it is
checked if a DHCP server is available on the network. If not, the last used TCP/IP setting
will be used further.
Use IPv6 Protocol: Activates IPv6 usage.
Use IPv6 Router Advertisement: The Router Advertisement communicates with the router
to make global IPv6 addresses available.
Use DHCP v6: Requests from an existing DHCPv6 server addresses of the configured
DNS server.
Use manual IPv6 address settings: Activates the entry of manual IPv6 addresses.
IPv6 status: Displays the IPv6 addresses over which the device can be accessed, and
additionally DNS and router addresses.
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For IP changes a firmware reset is required. This can be done in the Maintenance
web page. A restart of the device leads by no means to a change of the relay states.
Manual IPv6 Configuration
The input fields for the manual setting of IPv6 addresses allow you to configure the prefix
of four additional IPv6 device addresses, and to set two DNS addresses, and a gateway.
3.3.2
IP ACL
Reply ICMP ping requests: If you enable this feature, the device responds to ICMP pings
from the network.
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Enable IP filter: Enable or disable the IP filter here. The IP filter represents an access
control for incoming IP packets.
Please note that when IP access control is enabled HTTP and SNMP only work if
the appropriate servers and clients are registered in the IP access control list.
If you choose a wrong IP ACL setting and locked yourself out, please activate the
Bootloader Mode and use GBL_Conf.exe to deactivate the IP ACL. Alternatively, you
can reset the device to factory default.
3.3.3
HTTP
HTTP Server option: Selects whether access is possible only with HTTP, HTTPS, or
both.
Server port HTTP: Here can be set the port number of the internal HTTP. Possible values ?
are from 1 to 65534 (default: 80). If you do not use the default port, you must append the
port number to the address with a colon to address the device from a web browser. Such
as: "http://192.168.0.2:800"
Server port HTTPS; The port number to connect the web server via the SSL (TLS) protocol.
Enable Ajax autorefresh: If this is activated, the information of the status page is automatically updated via http request (AJAX).
For some HTTP configuration changes a firmware reset is required. This can be
done in the Maintenance web page. A restart of the device leads by no means to a
change of the relay states.
Enable password protection: Password access protection can be activated. If the admin
password is assigned, you can only log in by entering this password to change settings.
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Users can log in by entering the user password in order to query the status information
and initiate switching operations.
Use radius server passwords: Username and password are validated by a Radius Sever.
Use locally stored passwords: Username and password are stored locally. In this case,
an admin password and a user password must be assigned. The password can have a
maximum of 31 characters. The name "admin" and "user" are provided for the user name
in the password entry mask of the browser. In factory settings, the password for the admin is set to "admin" or "user" for the user password.
If the password mask is redisplayed, only four "bullets" are shown as a symbolic
placeholder, since for security reasons the device never stores the password itself, but
only the SHA2-256 hash. If you want to change a password, the complete password
must always be re-entered.
If you have forgotten your password, please activate the bootloader mode and then
turn off the password prompt in GBL_Conf.exe.
3.4
Protocols
3.4.1
Console
Enable Telnet: Enables Telnet console .
Telnet TCP port: Telnet sessions are accepted on this port.
Raw mode: The VT100 editing and the IAC protocol are disabled.
Activate echo: The echo setting if not changed by IAC.
Active negotiation: The IAC negotiation is initiated by the server.
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Require user login: Username and password are required.
Delay after 3 failed logins: After 3 wrong entries of username or password, the next login
attempt is delayed.
Use radius server passwords: Username and password are validated by a Radius Sever.
Use locally stored passwords: Username and password are stored locally
Enable serial console: Enables the serial console.
Raw mode: The VT100 editing is disabled.
Activate echo: The echo setting.
Enable binary KVM protocol: Additionally activates the KVM protocol.
Enable UTF8 support: Enables character encoding in UTF8.
Require user login: Username and password are required.
Delay after 3 failed logins: After 3 wrong entries of username or password, the next login
attempt is delayed.
Use radius server passwords: Username and password are validated by a Radius Sever.
Use locally stored passwords: Username and password are stored locally.
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3.4.2
Syslog
Enable Syslog: Enables the usage of Syslog Messages.
Syslog Server: If you have enabled Syslog Messages, enter the IP address of the server
to which the syslog information should be transmitted.
3.4.3
SNMP
SNMP-get: Enables the acceptance of SNMP-GET commands.
SNMP-set: Allows the reception of SNMP-SET commands.
SNMP UDP Port: Sets the UDP port where SNMP messages are received.
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Enable SNMP v2: Activates SNMP v2.
Because of security issues, it is advisable to use only SNMP v3, and to disable
SNMP v2. Accesses to SNMP v2 are always insecure.
Community public: The community password for SNMP GET requests.
Community private: The community password for SNMP SET requests.
Enable SNMP v3: Activates SNMP v3.
SNMP v3 Username: The SNMP v3 User Name.
SNMP v3 Authorization Algorithm: The selected Authentication Algorithm.
SNMP v3 Privacy Algorithm: SNMP v3 Encryption Algorithm..
If the password mask is redisplayed, only four "bullets" are shown as a symbolic
placeholder, since for security reasons the device never stores the password itself, but
only the key formed using the Authorization Algorithm. If you want to change a password, the complete password must always be re-entered.
The calculation of the password hashes varies with the selected algorithms. If the
Authentication or Privacy algorithms are changed, the passwords must be re-entered in
the configuration dialog. "SHA-384" and "SHA512" are calculated purely in software. If
"SHA-512" is set on the configuration page, the time for the key generation may take
once up to approx. 45 seconds.
Send SNMP traps: Here you can specify whether, and in what format the device should
send SNMP traps.
SNMP trap receiver: You can insert here up to eight SNMP trap receiver.
MIB table: The download link to the text file with the MIB table for the device.
More information about SNMP settings are available from our support or can be found on
the Internet at www.gude.info/wiki.
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Radius
Enable Radius Client: Enables validation over Radius.
Use CHAP: Use CHAP password encoding.
Use Message Authentication: Adds the "Message Authentication" attribute to the
Authentication Request.
Primary Server: Name or IP address of the Primary Radius server.
Shared secret: Radius Shared Secret.
Timeout: How long (in seconds) will be waited for a response from an Authentication
Request.
Retries: How often an authentication request is repeated after a timeout.
Use Backup Server: Activates a Radius Backup server.
Backup Server: Name or IP address of the Radius Backup server.
Shared secret: Radius Shared Secret.
Timeout: How long (in seconds) will be waited for a response from an Authentication
Request.
Retries: How often an authentication request is repeated after a timeout.
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Test Username: Username input field for Radius test.
Test Password: Password input field for Radius test.
The "Test Radius Server" function allows you to check whether a combination of Username and Password is accepted by the configured Radius Servers.
3.4.5
Modbus TCP
Enable Modbus TCP: Enables Modbus TCP support.
Modus TCP port: The TCP/IP port number for Modbus TCP.
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Sensors
Choose sensor port: Selects a type of sensor to configure it. The first digit "1" indicates
the number of the sensor port (only important for devices with more than one sensor
port). This is followed by the sensor name (e.g. 7002 for the hybrid sensor), a letter for
the sub-type sensor and the changeable sensor name. The sensor subtypes are defined
as: "T" = temperature, "H" = humidity, "I" = sensor input.
Sensor Name: Changeable name for this sensor. Temperature and humidity can have different names, even if they are from the same sensor.
Enable sensor events: Enables the generation of sensor messages.
Maximum/Minimum value: Here you can choose whether, and at what Maximum/Minimum temperature or humidity measurements limits the alerts are send via SNMP traps,
syslog or E-Mail.
Hysteresis: This describes the margin of when an event is generated after the measured
value has crossed the chosen limit.
Message channels: Enables the generation of messages on different channels. If you
activate SMS messages, several recipients can be selected from the phonebook.
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12V supply for external sensors on: Enables the 12V power supply for external sensors
and input ports.
12V supply power mode: Switches the power of the 12V supply (high = 600 mA, low =
400 mA).
Min/Max measurement period: Selects the time range for the sensor min/max values on
the overview web page.
Hysteresis Example:
A Hysteresis value prevents that too much messages are generated, when a sensor
value is jittering around a sensor limit. The following example shows the behavior for a
temperature sensor and a hysteresis value of "1". An upper limit of "50 °C" is set.
Example:
49.9 °C - is below the upper limit
50.0 °C - a message is generated for reaching the upper limit
50.1 °C - is above the upper limit
...
49.1 °C - is below the upper limit, but in the hysteresis range
49.0 °C - is below the upper limit, but in the hysteresis range
48.9 °C - a message is generated for underrunning the upper limit inclusive hysteresis
range
...
3.5.1
Port Switching
Depending on the measured Current and the measured sensor values, switching actions
can be triggered. During operation, the actions configured for crossing the limits are executed. For example, when a value moves from the range "above max value" inside the
range "below max value", the action defined for "below max value" is performed. In the
case of device start, configuration or plug-in of the sensor, the actions corresponding to
the range in which the current temperature is located are switched.
Example with "Maximum value" of 65 °C, "Minimum value" of 25 °C and hysteresis of 3 °
C. The dotted line shows the hysteresis.
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Actions during configuration, device start or plugging in the sensor (for given example):
actual temperature
during configuration
70 °C
45 °C
20 °C
actions
Port 1 Off (above max) + Port 2 On (above min)
Port 1 On (below max) + Port 2 On (above min)
Port 1 On (below max) + Port 2 Off (below min)
Action matrix during operation when limit values are exceeded (for given example):
from
from
from
from
to "above max" to "below max"
"above max"
P1 On
"below max"
P1 Off
"above min"
P1 Off
"below min" P1 Off + P2 On
P2 On
to "above min"
P1 On
P2 On
to "below min"
P1 On + P2 Off
P2 Off
P2 Off
-
Only the switching operations for which actions have been defined, are triggered. If
no "On" or "Off" action is defined for a port, the port can never reach this state by exceeding sensor values. Unless it is the initial state.
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3.6
E-Mail
Enable E-Mail: Activates the e-mail dispatch of messages.
Sender address: The e-mail address of the sender.
Recipient address: The e-mail address of the recipient. Additional E-Mail addresses,
separated by comma, can be specified. The input limit is 100 characters.
SMTP Server: The SMTP IP-address of the e-mail server. Either as FQDN, e.g:
"mail.gmx.net", or as IP-address, e.g: "213.165.64.20". If required, attach a designated
port, e.g: "mail.gmx.net:25".
SMTP server port: The port address of the e-mail server. In the normal case this should
be the same as the default, that is determined by the setting SMTP Connection Security.
SMTP Connection Security: Transmission via SSL or no encryption.
SMTP Authentification (password): Authentication method of the E-Mail Server.
Username: User name that is registered with the SMTP E-Mail server.
Set new password: Enter the password for the login to the e-mail server.
Repeat password: Enter the password again to confirm it.
If the password mask is redisplayed, only four "bullets" are shown as a symbolic
placeholder, since for security reasons the password is never shown itself. If you want to
change a password, the complete password must always be re-entered.
E-Mail Logs: Logging of E-Mail system messages.
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Front Panel
Button Lock: Disables the front buttons (activates the key lock) with the exception of the
bootloader activation.
Dark Display: The 7-segment display remains dark. Front button activity temporarily
switches the display on.
Default Display: Selects what sensor is displayed in the display.
3.8
Configuration - GSM
3.8.1
Configuration - GSM General
Enable GSM: Activates the built-in GSM module
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SIM PIN: Switches the PIN request of the SIM card on. A wrong Pin leads to a blocking
of the SIM card. You cannot change the PIN of the SIM card via this menu option.
My phone number: Please enter here the phone number of the inserted SIM card
Admin SMS number: All device changes are sent via SMS to this mobile number.
Enable admin GSM status information: When active, all GSM status changes are sent
via SMS to the Admin.
Enable admin GSM E-mail: When active, all GSM status changes are sent via E-Mail to
the Admin. The e-mails are sent via the SMS to email gateway.
Admin E-mail: Email address to which the GSM messages are sent.
Enable DTMF/SMS access codes: When activated, the Mastercode or Portcode is
needed to switch a port.
Master code: Sets the GSM Mastercode.
3.8.2
Configuration - GSM Misc
Enable phonebook check: If selected, only numbers registered to the phonebook can access the GSM module. All other numbers are ignored.
Enable freecall: When active, without accumulating phone charges, the functions assigned to a dialed number can be triggered.
Enable GSM for admin only: If enabled, the GSM functions can only be used when activated from the entered GSM Admin number.
Enable SMS response: When activated, every command SMS is acknowledged from an
answer SMS.
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Enable SMS errors/warning: Enables the sending of an error SMS when a defective command SMS was received.
Enable coverage messages: Sends status messages, when the signal quality is changing.
Enable port name indication: If selected, the complete portname is sent via SMS. E.g.,
instead of "Port 1" the name "server 1. floor". This can lead to longer SMS with higher
costs.
Enable autosync SMS: When this options is enabled, the EPC tries to request date and
time information from the GSM network after power-up.
Enablevoice in voice call: If enabled, you hear voice samples when a call is coming in
(Voicecall).
machine-to-machine DTMF tones: Enables DTMF tones in voice steering.
3.8.3
Configuration - GSM Phonebook
The phonebook can be used to store telephone numbers under a name. When the
phonebook is activated only stored numbers can access the device.
Furthermore, the "FreeCall" option can be assigned to every number in the phone book.
If this number is recognized, a preselected action is executed without accepting the call.
An active "FreeCall" number cannot activate other functions via "Voicecall". If you want
to use the voice menu with a "FreeCall" number, you have to suppress the phone number.
3.8.4
Configuration - GSM SIM Card
To enter a new SIM card, please press the button "Change GSM SIM-card".
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3.8.5
Configuration - GSM Provider
This menu only appears when you insert a SIM card from a phone company that operates outside of Germany. To receive necessary information, contact your wireless service provider.
IMSI: Your IMSI number.
The International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) is used in GSM and UMTS mobile
networks to uniquely identify network nodes (internal subscriber identity). Among other
data, the IMSI is stored in a special smart card, the so-called SIM (Subscriber Identity
Module). A worldwide unique IMSI number is awarded every customer of a mobile network. While the IMSI has nothing to do with the telephone number that is assigned to
the SIM card.
SMS to Email Gateway: The number of the SMS to email gateway for your network provider.
Balance request code: Please enter the word that names the prepaid balance: e.g. "balance", "conto", "balances".
You will find this word in the news of your provider when you query your prepaid balance.
The correct spelling is important to help the device recognizing whether the current balance is communicated in a message.
Balance parsing string: Enter the query that you send to your provider to access your
prepaid balance: E.g. *101#
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Specifications
4.1
IP ACL
IP Access Control List
The IP Access Control List (ACL IP) is a filter for incoming IP packets. If the filter is active, only the hosts and subnets whose IP addresses are registered in the list, can contact via HTTP or SNMP, and make changes. For incoming connections from unauthorized PCs, the device is not completely transparent. Due to technical restraints, a TCP/IP
connection will be accepted at first, but then rejected directly.
Examples:
Entry in the IP ACL
Meaning
192.168.0.123
the PC with IP Address "192.168.0.123" can access the device
192.168.0.1/24
all devices of subnet "192.168.0.1/24" can access the device
1234:4ef0:eec1:0::/64
all devices of subnet "1234:4ef0:eec1:0::/64" can access the
device
If you choose a wrong IP ACL setting and locked yourself out, please activate the
Bootloader Mode and use GBL_Conf.exe to deactivate the IP ACL. Alternatively, you
can reset the device to factory default.
4.2
IPv6
IPv6 Addresses
IPv6 addresses are 128 bit long and thus four times as long as IPv4 addresses. The first
64 bit form a so-called prefix, the last 64 bit designate a unique interface identifier. The
prefix is composed of a routing prefix and a subnet ID. An IPv6 network interface can be
reached under several IP addresses. Usually this is the case under a global address and
the link local address.
Address Notation
IPv6 addresses are noted in 8 hexadecimal blocks at 16 bit, while IPv4 normally is noted
in decimal. The seperator is a colon, not a period.
E.g.: 1234:4ef0:0:0:0019:32ff:fe00:0124
Leading zeros may be omitted within a block. The previous example can be rewritten as:
1234:4ef0:0:0:19:32ff:fe00:124
One may omit one or more successive blocks, if they consist of zeros. This may be
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done only once within an IPv6 address!
1234:4ef0::19:32ff:fe00:124
One may use the usual decimal notation of IPv4 for the last 4 bytes:
1234:4ef0::19:32ff:254.0.1.36
4.3
Radius
The passwords for HTTP, telnet, and serial console (depending on the model) can be
stored locally and / or authenticated via RADIUS. The RADIUS configuration supports a
primary server and a backup server. If the primary server does respond, the RADIUS request is sent to the backup server. If the local password and RADIUS are enabled at the
same time, the system is first checking locally, and then in the event of a failure the
RADIUS servers are contacted.
RADIUS attributes
The following RADIUS attributes are evaluated by the client:
Session-Timeout: This attribute specifies (in seconds) how long an accepted RADIUS
request is valid. After this time has elapsed, the RADIUS server must be prompted
again. If this attribute is not returned, the default timeout entry from the configuration is
used instead.
Filter-Id: If the value "admin" is set for this attribute, then an admin rights are assigned
for the login, otherwise only user access.
Service-Type: This is an alternative to Filter-Id. A service type of "6" or "7" means admin rights for the HTTP login, otherwise only limited user access.
HTTP Login
The HTTP login takes place via Basic Authentication. This means that it is the responsibility of the web server, how long the login credentials are temporarily stored there. The
RADIUS parameter "Session-Timeout" therefore does not determine when the user has
to login again, but at what intervals the RADIUS servers are asked again.
4.4
Automated Access
The device can be accessed automatically via four different interfaces, which offer different possibilities to access the configuration data and status information. Only http and
the console (telnet and serial) provide full access to the device.
List of different access options (if supported by the model):
Interface
HTTP
Scope of Access
read / write all configuration data
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SNMP
69
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Modbus TCP
84
read / write all status information
read / write all configuration data
read / write all status information
read / write status of Power Ports (relays)
read / write names of Power Ports (relays)
read / write status of Port start configuration
read / write status Buzzer
read measurement values of external sensors
read measurement values of all energy sensors
resetting the energy meters
read the status of Overvoltage Protection
read / write status of Power Ports (relays)
read status of Inputs
read measurement values of external sensors
read measurement values of all energy sensors
The device can be controlled via HTTP interface with CGI commands and returns the internal configuration and status in JSON format. The structure of the CGI commands and
the JSON data is explained in more detail in our Wiki article:
http://wiki.gude.info/EPC_HTTP_Interface
4.5
SNMP
SNMP can be used for status information via UDP (port 161). Supported SNMP commands are:
·
·
·
·
GET
GETNEXT
GETBULK
SET
To query via SNMP you need a Network Management System, such as HP OpenView,
OpenNMS, Nagios etc., or the simple command line tools of NET-SNMP software. The
device supports SNMP protocols v1, v2c and v3. If traps are enabled in the configuration,
the device messages are sent as notifications (traps). SNMP Informs are not supported.
SNMP Requests are answered with the same version with which they were sent. The
version of the sent traps can be set in the configuration.
MIB Tables
The values that can be requested or changed by the device, the so-called "Managed Objects", are described in Management Information Bases (MIBs). These substructures are
subordinate to so-called "OID" (Object Identifiers). An OID digit signifies the location of a
value inside a MIB structure. Alternatively, each OID can be referred to with its symbol
name (subtree name). The device's MIB table can be displayed as a text file by clicking
on the link "MIB table" on the SNMP configuration page in the browser.
SNMP v1 and v2c
SNMP v1 and v2c authenticates the network requests by so-called communities. The
SNMP request has to send along the so-called community public for queries (read ac-
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cess) and the community private for status changes (write access)
. The SNMP
communities are read and write passwords. In SNMP v1 and v2 the communities are
transmitted unencrypted on the network and can be easily intercepted with IP sniffers
within this collision domain. To enforce limited access we recommend the use of DMZ or
IP-ACL.
SNMP v3
Because the device has no multiuser management, only one user (default name "standard") is detected in SNMP v3. From the User-based Security Model (USM) MIB variables, there is a support of "usmStats ..." counter. The "usmUser ..." variables will be
added with the enhancement of additional users in later firmware versions. The system
has only one context. The system accepts the context "normal" or an empty context.
Authentication
The algorithms "HMAC-MD5-96" and "HMAC-SHA-96" are available for authentication. In
addition, the "HMAC-SHA-2" variants (RFC7630) "SHA-256", "SHA-384" and "SHA-512"
are implemented.
"SHA-384" and "SHA512" are calculated purely in software. If "SHA-384" or "SHA512" is set on the configuration page, the time for the key generation may take once up
to approx. 45 seconds.
Encryption
The methods "DES", "3DES", "AES-128", "AES-192" and "AES-256" are supported in
combination with "HMAC-MD5-96" and "HMAC-SHA-96." For the "HMAC-SHA-2" protocols, there is currently neither RFC nor draft that will allow for cooperation with an encryption.
While in the settings "AES-192" and "AES256" the key calculation is based on
"draft-blumenthalphoto-aes-usm-04", the methods "AES 192-3DESKey" and "AES 2563DESKey" utilize a key generation, which is also used in the "3DES" configuration
("draft-reeder-snmpv3-usm-3desede-00"). If one is not an SNMP expert, it is recommended to try in each case the settings with and without "...- 3DESKey".
Passwords
The passwords for authentication and encryption are stored only as computed hashes
for security reasons. Thus it is, if at all, very difficult to infer the initial password.
However, the hash calculation changes with the set algorithms. If the authentication or
privacy algorithms are changed, the passwords must be re-entered in the configuration
dialog.
Security
The following aspects should be considered:
· If encryption or authentication is used, then SNMP v1 and v2c should be turned off.
Otherwise the device could be accessed with it.
· If only authentication is used, then the new "HMAC-SHA-2" methods are superior to
the MD5 or SHA-1 hashing algorithms. Since only SHA-256 is accelerated in hardware, and SHA-384 and SHA-512 are calculated purely in software, one should normally select SHA-256. From a cryptographic point of view, the security of SHA-256 is
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sufficient for today's usage.
· For SHA-1, there are a little less attack scenarios than MD5. If in doubt, SHA-1 is
preferable.
· Encryption "DES" is considered very unsafe, use only in an emergency for reasons of
compatibility!
· For cryptologists it's a debatable point whether "HMAC-MD5-96" and "HMAC-SHA-96"
can muster enough entropy for key lengths of "AES-192" or "AES-256".
· From the foregoing considerations, we would recommended at present "HMAC-SHA-
96" with "AES-128" as authentication and encryption method.
NET-SNMP
NET-SNMP provides a very widespread collection of SNMP command-line tools (snmpget, snmpset, snmpwalk etc.) NET-SNMP is among others available for Linux and Windows. After installing NET-SNMP you should create the device-specific MIB of the device
in NET-SMP share directory, e.g. after
c:\usr\share\snmp\mibs
or
/usr/share/snmp/mibs
So later you can use the 'subtree names' instead of OIDs:
Name: snmpwalk -v2c -mALL -c public 192.168.1.232 gudeads
OID: snmpwalk -v2c -mALL -c public 192.168.1.232 1.3.6.1.4.1.28507
NET-SNMP Examples
Query Power Port 1 switching state:
snmpget -v2c -mALL -c public 192.168.1.232 epc822XPortState.1
Switch on Power Port 1:
snmpset -v2c -mALL -c private 192.168.1.232 epc822XPortState.1 integer 1
4.5.1
Device MIB 2111
Below is a table of all device-specific OID 's which can be accessed via SNMP. In the
numerical representation of the OID the prefix " 1.3.6.1.4.1.28507 " (Gude Enterprise
OID) was omitted at each entry in the table to preserve space. The example for a complete OID would be "1.3.6.1.4.1.28507.60.1.1.1.1". A distinction is made in SNMP OID 's
in between tables and scalars. OID scalar have the extension ".0" and only specify a
value. In SNMP tables the "x" is replaced by an index (1 or greater) to address a value
from the table.
Name
OID
Type
Acc.
Integer32
RW
Description
enc2111TrapCtrl
.60.1.1.1.1.0
0 = off 1 = Ver. 1 2 = Ver. 2c 3 = Ver. 3
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enc2111TrapIPIndex
enc2111TrapAddr
enc2111portNumber
enc2111PortIndex
enc2111PortName
enc2111PortState
enc2111PortSw itchCount
enc2111PortStartupMode
enc2111PortStartupDelay
enc2111PortRepow erTime
enc2111ActiveInputs
enc2111InputIndex
enc2111Input
enc2111State12V
enc2111State3V
enc2111POE
enc2111SensorIndex
enc2111TempSensor
enc2111HygroSensor
enc2111InputSensor
4.5.2
.60.1.1.1.2.1.1.x
Integer32
RO
A unique value, greater than zero, for each receiver slot.
.60.1.1.1.2.1.2.x
OCTETS
RW
DNS name or IP address specifying one Trap receiver slot. A port can
optionally be specified: 'name:port' An empty string disables this slot.
.60.1.3.1.1.0
Integer32
RO
The number of Relay Ports
.60.1.3.1.2.1.1.x
Integer32
RO
A unique value, greater than zero, for each Relay Port.
.60.1.3.1.2.1.2.x
OCTETS
RW
A textual string containing name of a Relay Port.
.60.1.3.1.2.1.3.x
INTEGER
RW
current state of a Relay Port
.60.1.3.1.2.1.4.x
Integer32
RO
The total number of sw itch actions ocurred on a Relay Port. Does not
count sw itch commands w hich w ill not sw itch the ralay state, so just
real relay sw itches are displayed here.
.60.1.3.1.2.1.5.x
INTEGER
RW
set Mode of startup sequence (off, on , remember last state)
.60.1.3.1.2.1.6.x
Integer32
RW
Delay in sec for startup action
.60.1.3.1.2.1.7.x
Integer32
RW
Delay in sec for repow er port after sw itching off
.60.1.5.6.1.0
Unsigned32
RO
Number of suppported Input Channels.
.60.1.5.6.2.1.1.x
Integer32
RO
None
.60.1.5.6.2.1.2.x
INTEGER
RO
Input state of device
.60.1.5.7.1.0
INTEGER
RO
Show state of internal 12V
.60.1.5.7.2.0
INTEGER
RO
Show state of internal 3.3V
.60.1.5.10.0
Integer32
RO
signals POE availability
.60.1.6.1.1.1.x
Integer32
RO
None
.60.1.6.1.1.2.x
Integer32
RO
actual temperature
.60.1.6.1.1.3.x
Integer32
RO
actual humidity
.60.1.6.1.1.4.x
INTEGER
RO
logical state of input sensor
Device MIB 2191
Below is a table of all device-specific OID 's which can be accessed via SNMP. In the
numerical representation of the OID the prefix " 1.3.6.1.4.1.28507 " (Gude Enterprise
OID) was omitted at each entry in the table to preserve space. The example for a complete OID would be "1.3.6.1.4.1.28507.61.1.1.1.1". A distinction is made in SNMP OID 's
in between tables and scalars. OID scalar have the extension ".0" and only specify a
value. In SNMP tables the "x" is replaced by an index (1 or greater) to address a value
from the table.
Name
OID
Type
Acc.
Description
enc2191TrapCtrl
enc2191TrapIPIndex
.61.1.1.1.1.0
Integer32
0 = off 1 = Ver. 1 2 = Ver. 2c 3 = Ver. 3
.61.1.1.1.2.1.1.x
Integer32
A unique value, greater than zero, for each receiver slot.
RW
RO
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enc2191TrapAddr
enc2191portNumber
enc2191PortIndex
enc2191PortName
enc2191PortState
enc2191PortSw itchCount
enc2191PortStartupMode
enc2191PortStartupDelay
enc2191PortRepow erTime
enc2191ActiveInputs
enc2191InputIndex
enc2191Input
enc2191State12V
enc2191State3V
enc2191POE
enc2191SensorIndex
enc2191TempSensor
enc2191HygroSensor
enc2191InputSensor
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.61.1.1.1.2.1.2.x
OCTETS
RW
DNS name or IP address specifying one Trap receiver slot. A port can
optionally be specified: 'name:port' An empty string disables this slot.
.61.1.3.1.1.0
Integer32
RO
The number of Relay Ports
.61.1.3.1.2.1.1.x
Integer32
RO
A unique value, greater than zero, for each Relay Port.
.61.1.3.1.2.1.2.x
OCTETS
RW
A textual string containing name of a Relay Port.
.61.1.3.1.2.1.3.x
INTEGER
RW
current state of a Relay Port
.61.1.3.1.2.1.4.x
Integer32
RO
The total number of sw itch actions ocurred on a Relay Port. Does not
count sw itch commands w hich w ill not sw itch the ralay state, so just
real relay sw itches are displayed here.
.61.1.3.1.2.1.5.x
INTEGER
RW
set Mode of startup sequence (off, on , remember last state)
.61.1.3.1.2.1.6.x
Integer32
RW
Delay in sec for startup action
.61.1.3.1.2.1.7.x
Integer32
RW
Delay in sec for repow er port after sw itching off
.61.1.5.6.1.0
Unsigned32
RO
Number of suppported Input Channels.
.61.1.5.6.2.1.1.x
Integer32
RO
None
.61.1.5.6.2.1.2.x
INTEGER
RO
Input state of device
.61.1.5.7.1.0
INTEGER
RO
Show state of internal 12V
.61.1.5.7.2.0
INTEGER
RO
Show state of internal 3.3V
.61.1.5.10.0
Integer32
RO
signals POE availability
.61.1.6.1.1.1.x
Integer32
RO
None
.61.1.6.1.1.2.x
Integer32
RO
actual temperature
.61.1.6.1.1.3.x
Integer32
RO
actual humidity
.61.1.6.1.1.4.x
INTEGER
RO
logical state of input sensor
SSL
TLS Standard
The device is compatible with the standards TLSv1.0 to TLSv1.2. Due to lack of security,
SSLv3.0 as well as RC4 and DES encryptions are deactivated.
The following TLS Ciphersuites are supported:
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TLS_RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA
TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA
TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA
TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA
TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA
TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA
TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA256
TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA256
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TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA256
TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA256
TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256
TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256
TLS_PSK_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256
TLS_PSK_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA256
TLS_ECDH_ECDSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA
TLS_ECDH_ECDSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA
TLS_ECDH_ECDSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA
TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA
TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA
TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA
TLS_ECDH_RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA
TLS_ECDH_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA
TLS_ECDH_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA
TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA
TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA
TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA
TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA256
TLS_ECDH_ECDSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA256
TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA256
TLS_ECDH_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA256
TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256
TLS_ECDH_ECDSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256
TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256
TLS_ECDH_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256
TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CCM
TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CCM
TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CCM
TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CCM
TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CCM_8
TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CCM_8
TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CCM_8
TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CCM_8
TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_CHACHA20_POLY1305_SHA256
TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_CHACHA20_POLY1305_SHA256
TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_CHACHA20_POLY1305_SHA256
Creating your own Certificates
The SSL stack is supplied with a specially newly generated certificate. There is no function to
generate the local certificate anew at the touch of a button, since the required random numbers in an embedded device are usually not independent enough. However, you can create
new certificates and import them to the device. The server accepts RSA (1024/2048/4096) and
ECC (Elliptic Curve Cryptography) certificates.
Usually OpenSSL is used to create an SSL certificate. For Windows for example, there is the
light version of Shinning Light Productions. There you open a command prompt, change to
the directory "C:\OpenSSL-Win32\bin" and set these environment variables:
set openssl_conf=C:\OpenSSL-Win32\bin\openssl.cfg
set RANDFILE=C:\OpenSSL-Win32\bin\.rnd
Here are some examples for the generation with OpenSSL:
Creation of a self-signed RSA 2048-bit certificate
openssl genrsa -out server.key 2048
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openssl req -new -x509 -days 365 -key server.key -out server.crt
RSA 2048-bit certificate with Sign Request:
openssl genrsa -out server.key 2048
openssl req -new -key server.key -out server.csr
openssl req -x509 -days 365 -key server.key -in server.csr -out server.crt
The server keys should be generated with "openssl genrsa". If in the generated key
file it reads only "----- BEGIN PRIVATE KEY -----" and not "----- BEGIN RSA PRIVATE
KEY -----", the key is not recognized.
ECC Certificate with Sign Request:
openssl ecparam -genkey -name prime256v1 -out server.key
openssl req -new -key server.key -out server.csr
openssl req -x509 -days 365 -key server.key -in server.csr -out server.crt
If you have created your key and certificate, both files are concatenated to one file:
Linux:
cat server.crt server.key > server.pem
Windows:
copy server.crt + server.key server.pem
The created server.pem can only be uploaded in the maintenance section of the device.
If several certificates (Intermediate CRT's) should also be uploaded to the device,
one should make sure, that firstly the server certificate and secondly the Intermediates
are assembled , e.g:
cat server.crt IM1.crt IM2.crt server.key > server.pem
An uploaded certificate will be preserved, when a device is put back to factory defaults 22 .
Performance Considerations
If RSA 4096 certificates are used, the first access to the web server can take 8-10
seconds, because the math unit of the embedded CPU is highly demanded. After that,
the parameters are in the SSL session cache, so all other requests are just as fast as
with other certificate lengths. For a quick response even on the first access, we recommend RSA 2048-bit certificates that offer adequate security, too.
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4.7
Console
For the configuration and control of the device, there is a set of commands with parameters that can be entered through a console. The console is available via Telnet, or for
devices with RS232 port through using a serial terminal. The communication can also be
performed automated (e.g. via scripting languages). The console features are configured
through the web interface 45 .
Command Set
There are several command levels. The following commands are usable from each level:
back
help
help all
logout
quit
go back one level
all commands of the actual level
show all commands
logout (only when login required)
quit console
The "help" command returns all the commands of the current level. If "help" is called
from the top level, e.g. the line "http [subtopics]" appears. This means that there is another level for "http". With the command "http help" all commands below "http" are
shown. Alternatively, with entering "http" you can select the http level, and "help" shows
all the commands on the selected level. The command "back" again selects the top
level. It is possible to use "help" at any position: "http passwd help" provides all commands that have the prefix "http passwd".
You will find a complete list of all possible device commands in the chapter "Cmd Overview".
Parameter
If parameters are expected for the command, the parameter may be passed as numeric
or constant. If e.g. you get the following line as help:
http server set {http_both=0|https_only=1|http_only=2}
the following instruction pairs are equivalent:
http server set https_only
http server set 1
or
http server set https_both
http server set 0
Numerical parameters can be entered with different bases. Here is an example of the
decimal value 11:
Base
Input
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decimal (10)
hexadecimal (16)
octal (8)
binary (2)
11
0xb
013
0b1011
Return Values
If a command is unknown or a parameter is incorrect, the output "ERR." is given at the
beginning of the line, followed by a description of the fault. Successful instructions
without special return value will be acknowledged by "OK.". All other return values are
output within a single line. There are of two exceptions:
1. Some configuration changes, that affect TCP / IP and UDP, need a restart to be applied. These parameters are output on two lines. In the first line the current value is
shown, on the second row the value after a restart. In the "Cmd Overview" table this
is marked with "Note 2".
2. Other configurations (such as the assigned IPv6 addresses) have several values that
can change dynamically. This is marked with "Note 3" in the "Cmd Overview" table.
Numerical Returns
For parameters that support constants, these constants are output as return values. To
better deal with scripting languages, it may be easier to work only with numerical returns. The command "vt100 numeric set ON" enables that only numerical values
appear.
Comments
If you use a tool to send an entire file of commands via Telnet, it is helpful, if you can
place comments in there. Beginning with the comment character "#", the remaining contents of a line is ignored.
Telnet
If the configuration "Raw Mode" is turned off, it is tried to negotiate the Telnet configuration between client and server using IAC commands. If this fails, the editing functions are
not active, and the "Activate echo" option determines whether the characters sent to the
Telnet server will be returned. Normally the client begins with the IAC negotiation. If this
is not the case with the client, the device configuration "Active negotiation" should be
turned on.
Raw Mode
If you want to use the console only automated, it may be advantageous to set the configuration "Raw mode" to "yes" and "Activate echo" to "no" to. Then there is no interfering interaction with the editor functions and the is no need to filter the sent characters to
process the return values.
If in the console "Raw mode" is activated but not in the used Telnet client, the IAC
commands sent at the beginning can appear as interfering characters in the command
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line (partially invisible).
Editing
The following edit functions are available when the terminal supports VT100, and Raw
Mode is deactivated. Entered characters are inserted at the cursor position.
Keys
Left, Right
Pos1, End
Del
Backspace
Up, Down
Tab, Ctrl-Tab
Ctrl-C
Function
moves cursor left or right
moves cursor to the beginning or end of line
deletes character under the cursor
deletes character left of cursor
shows input lines history
completes the word at cursor
clears the line
When a shrink of the terminal window leads to the result, that the input line extends
over multiple lines on the terminal, the editing does not work reliably.
4.7.1
Console Cmd 2111
Command
Description
logout
quit
back
help
help all
go to login prompt w hen enabled
quits telnet session - nothing in serial console
back one cmd level
show all cmds from this level
show all cmds
Note
console
console version
console telnet enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console telnet enabled show
console telnet port set {ip_port}
console telnet port show
console telnet raw set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console telnet raw show
console telnet echo set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console telnet echo show
console telnet activeneg set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console telnet activeneg show
console telnet login set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console telnet login show
console telnet login local set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console telnet login local show
console telnet login radius set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console telnet login radius show
console telnet login delay set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console telnet login delay show
console telnet user set "{username}"
console telnet user show
console telnet passw d set "{passw d}"
console telnet passw d hash set "{passw d}"
console serial enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console serial enabled show
console serial raw set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console serial raw show
enters cmd group "console"
show s unique console version number
enables telnet on/off
show s if telnet enabled
sets telnet port
show s telnet port
sets raw mode (disables editing) on/off
show s if raw mode enabled
enables echo on/off
show s if echo enabled
enables telnet active negotiation (IAC) on/off
show s if active negotiation enabled
enables login on/off
show s if login enabled
enables local login on/off
show s if local login enabled
enables login for RADIUS on/off
show s if RADIUS login enabled
enables delay (after 3 login fails) on/off
show s if login delay enabled
sets login user name
show s login user name
sets login passw ord
sets login hashed passw ord
enables serial console on/off
show s if serial console enabled
sets raw mode (disables editing) on/off
show s if raw mode enabled
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console serial echo set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console serial echo show
console serial kvm set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console serial kvm show
console serial utf8 set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console serial utf8 show
console serial login set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console serial login show
console serial login local set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console serial login local show
console serial login radius set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console serial login radius show
console serial login delay set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console serial login delay show
console serial user set "{username}"
console serial user show
console serial passw d set "{passw d}"
console serial passw d hash set "{passw d}"
enables echo on/off
show s if echo enabled
enables binary KVM cmds on serial port on/off
show s if binary KVM cmds enabled
enables UTF8 support
show s if UTF8 enabled
enables login on/off
show s if login enabled
enables local login on/off
show s if local login enabled
enables login for RADIUS on/off
show s if RADIUS login enabled
enables delay (after 3 login fails) on/off
show s if login delay enabled
sets login user name
show s login user name
sets login passw ord
sets login hashed passw ord
email
email enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
email enabled show
email sender set "{email_addr}"
email sender show
email recipient set "{email_addr}"
email recipient show
email server set "{dns_name}"
email server show
email port set {ip_port}
email port show
email security set {NONE=0|STARTTLS=1|SSL=2}
email security show
email auth set {NONE=0|PLAIN=1|LOGIN=2}
email auth show
email user set "{username}"
email user show
email passw d set "{passw d}"
email passw d hash set "{passw d}"
email testmail
enters cmd group "email"
enables email on/off
show s if email is enabled
sets email sender address
show s email sender address
sets email recipient address
show s email recipient address
sets email SMTP server address
show s email SMTP server address
sets email SMTP port
show s email SMTP port
sets SMTP connection security
show s SMTP connection security
sets email authentication
show email authentication
sets SMTP username
show s SMTP username
sets SMTP passw ord
sets crypted SMTP passw ord
send test email
ethernet
ethernet mac show
ethernet link show
ethernet phyprefer set {10MBIT_HD=0|
10MBIT_FD=1|100MBIT_HD=2|100MBIT_FD=3}
enters cmd group "ethernet"
show s MAC address
show s ethernet link state
ethernet phyprefer show
ethernet poe show
sets preferred speed for PHY Auto Negotiation
show s preferred speed for PHY Auto Negotiation
show s if Pow er-over-Ethernet is activated
extsensor
enters cmd group "extsensor"
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1} value
show s sensor value
show
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1} label
sets sensor name to label
set "{name}"
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1} label
show s label of sensor
show
extsensor {port_num} name show
show s type of sensor
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
enables sensor events on/off
events set {off=0|on=1}
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
show s if sensor events are enabled
events show
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
events type set
enables different event types
"{EVT_SYSLOG=0,EVT_SNMP=1,EVT_EMAIL=2,E
VT_SMS=3,EVT_GSMEMAIL=4,EVT_BEEPER=5}"
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extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
show s w hat event types are enabled
events type show
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
sets maximum value for sensor
maxval set {num}
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
show s maximum value for sensor
maxval show
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1} minval
sets minimum value for sensor
set {num}
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1} minval
show s minimum value for sensor
show
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1} hyst
sets hysterese value for sensor
set {num}
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1} hyst
show s hysterese value for sensor
show
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
{BELOWMIN=0|ABOVEMIN=1|ABOVEMAX=2|
sets Port for Pow er Port Sw itching actions
BELOWMAX=3} port set {port_num}
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
{BELOWMIN=0|ABOVEMIN=1|ABOVEMAX=2|
show s Port for Pow er Port Sw itching actions
BELOWMAX=3} port show
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
{BELOWMIN=0|ABOVEMIN=1|ABOVEMAX=2|
sets Port state for Pow er Port Sw itching actions
BELOWMAX=3} state set {OFF=0|ON=1|
DISABLED=2}
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
show s Port state for Pow er Port Sw itching ac{BELOWMIN=0|ABOVEMIN=1|ABOVEMAX=2|
tions
BELOWMAX=3} state show
extsensor period set {24H=0|12H=1|2H=2|1H=3|
sets sensor Min/Max measurement period
30MIN=4}
extsensor period show
show s sensor Min/Max measurement period
extsensor display set {CURRENT=0|TEMP1=1|
sets default display
HYGRO1=2|TEMP2=3|HYGRO2=4}
extsensor display show
show s state of default display
http
http server set {HTTP_BOTH=0|HTTPS_ONLY=1|
HTTP_ONLY=2}
http server show
http port set {ip_port}
http port show
http portssl set {ip_port}
http portssl show
http ajax enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
http ajax enabled show
http passw d enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
http passw d enabled show
http passw d user set "{passw d}"
http passw d admin set "{passw d}"
http passw d hash user set "{passw d}"
http passw d hash admin set "{passw d}"
enters cmd group "http"
sets connection types the w ebserver accepts
show s w ebserver accepting connection types
sets http port
show s http port
sets https port
show s https port
enables ajax autorefresh on/off
show s if ajax autorefresh enabled
enables http passw ord on/off
show s if http passw ord enabled
sets http user passw ord
sets http admin passw ord
sets hashed http user passw ord
sets hashed http admin passw ord
input
enters cmd group "input"
input {port_num} state show
show s input state
input all state show
show s input state of all ports
input {port_num} name set "{name}"
sets sensor name to label
input {port_num} name show
show s label of sensor
input {port_num} invert enabled set {off=0|on=1} inverts input on/off
input {port_num} invert enabled show
show s if input inverted
input {port_num} label {LOW=0|HIGH=1} set
sets input low /high text
"{name}"
input {port_num} label {LOW=0|HIGH=1} show
show s inputs low /high text
input {port_num} events set {off=0|on=1}
enables input events on/off
input {port_num} events show
show s if input events are enabled
input {port_num} events type set
"{EVT_SYSLOG=0,EVT_SNMP=1,EVT_EMAIL=2,Eenables different event types
VT_SMS=3,EVT_GSMEMAIL=4,EVT_BEEPER=5}"
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input {port_num} events type show
input {port_num} {LOW=0|HIGH=1} port set
{port_num}
input {port_num} {LOW=0|HIGH=1} port show
input {port_num} {LOW=0|HIGH=1} state set
{OFF=0|ON=1|DISABLED=2}
input {port_num} {LOW=0|HIGH=1} state show
input volt3 state show
input volt12 state set {OFF=0|VLO=1|VHI=2}
input volt12 state show
show s w hat event types are enabled
sets Port for Pow er Port Sw itching actions
show s Port for Pow er Port Sw itching actions
sets Port state for Pow er Port Sw itching actions
show s Port state for Pow er Port Sw itching actions
show s state of 3V input voltage {ON=1|VERR=3}
sets state of 12V input voltage
show s state of 12V input voltage {OFF=0|VLO=1|
VHI=2|VERR=3} incl possible error condition
ip4
ip4 hostname set "{name}"
ip4 hostname show
ip4 address set "{ip_address}"
ip4 address show
ip4 netmask set "{ip_address}"
ip4 netmask show
ip4 gatew ay set "{ip_address}"
ip4 gatew ay show
ip4 dns set "{ip_address}"
ip4 dns show
ip4 dhcp enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
ip4 dhcp enabled show
enters cmd group "ip4"
sets device hostname
show s device hostname
sets IPv4 address
show s IPv4 address
sets IPv4 netmask
show s IPv4 netmask
sets IPv4 gatew ay address
show s IPv4 gatew ay address
sets IPv4 DNS server address
show s IPv4 DNS server address
enables IPv4 DHCP on/off
show s IPv4 DHCP state
ip6
ip6 enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
ip6 enabled show
ip6 routadv enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
ip6 routadv enabled show
ip6 dhcp enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
ip6 dhcp enabled show
ip6 address show
ip6 gatew ay show
ip6 dns show
ip6 manual enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
ip6 manual enabled show
ip6 manual address {1..4} set "{ip_address}"
ip6 manual address {1..4} show
ip6 manual gatew ay set "{ip_address}"
ip6 manual gatew ay show
ip6 manual dns {1..2} set "{ip_address}"
ip6 manual dns {1..2} show
enters cmd group "ip6"
enables IPv6 on/off
show s if IPv6 is enabled
enables IPv6 router advertisement
show s IPv6 router advertisement state
enables IPv6 DHCP on/off
show s if IPv6 DHCP is enabled
show all IPv6 addresses
show all IPv6 gatew ays
show all IPv6 DNS server
enables manual IPv6 addresses
show s if manual IPv6 addresses are enabled
sets manual IPv6 address
show s manual IPv6 address
sets manual IPv6 gatew ay address
show s manual IPv6 gatew ay address
sets manual IPv6 DNS server address
show s manual IPv6 DNS server address
ipacl
ipacl ping enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
ipacl ping enabled show
ipacl enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
ipacl enabled show
ipacl filter {ipacl_num} set "{dns_name}"
ipacl filter {ipacl_num} show
enters cmd group "ipacl"
enables ICMP ping on/off
show s if ICMP ping enabled
enable IP filter on/off
show s if IP filter enabled
sets IP filter {ipacl_num}
show s IP filter {ipacl_num}
modbus
modbus
modbus
modbus
modbus
enters cmd group "modbus"
enables Modbus TCP support
show s if Modbus is enabled
sets Modbus TCP port
show s Modbus TCP port
enabled set <off=0/on=1>
enabled show
port set <ip_port>
port show
port
port {port_num} state set {OFF=0|ON=1}
port {port_num} state show
port all state set "{port_list}" {OFF=0|ON=1}
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enters cmd group "port"
sets port to new state
show s port state
sets several ports in one cmd - e.g. port all state
set "1,3,5" 1
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Specifications
port all state {view _mode} show
show s all port states in 3 different view modes
port {port_num} reset
start reset sequence for port
port {port_num} toggle
toggles port
port {port_num} batch set {OFF=0|ON=1} w ait
starts batch mode for port
{num_secs} {OFF=0|ON=1}
port {port_num} batch cancel
cancels batch mode
port {port_num} label set "{name}"
sets port label name
port {port_num} label show
show s port label name
port {port_num} initstate coldstart set {OFF=0|
sets port coldstart initialization
ON=1|REMEMBER=2}
port {port_num} initstate coldstart show
show s port coldstart initialization
port {port_num} initstate delay set {num}
sets port init delay
port {port_num} initstate delay show
show s port init delay
port {port_num} repow erdelay set {num}
sets port repow er delay
port {port_num} repow erdelay show
show s port repow er delay
port {port_num} resettime set {num}
sets port reset duration
port {port_num} resettime show
show s port reset duration
port {port_num} w atchdog enabled set {OFF=0|
sets port w atchdog to on/off
ON=1}
port {port_num} w atchdog enabled show
show s port w atchdog state
port {port_num} w atchdog mode set {OFF=0|
sets port w atchdog mode
PORT_RESET=1|IP_MS=2|IP_MS_INV=3}
port {port_num} w atchdog mode show
show s port w atchdog mode
port {port_num} w atchdog type set {WD_ICMP=0|
sets port w atchdog type
WD_TCP=1}
port {port_num} w atchdog type show
show s port w atchdog type
port {port_num} w atchdog host set "{dns_name}" sets port w atchdog host target
port {port_num} w atchdog host show
show s port w atchdog host target
port {port_num} w atchdog port set {ip_port}
sets port w atchdog TCP port
port {port_num} w atchdog port show
show s port w atchdog TCP port
port {port_num} w atchdog pinginterval set {num} sets port w atchdog ping interval
port {port_num} w atchdog pinginterval show
show s port w atchdog ping interval
port {port_num} w atchdog pingretries set {num} sets port w atchdog ping retries
port {port_num} w atchdog pingretries show
show s port w atchdog ping retries
port {port_num} w atchdog retrybooting set
sets port w atchdog retry booting to on/off
{OFF=0|ON=1}
port {port_num} w atchdog retrybooting show
show s port w atchdog retry booting state
port {port_num} w atchdog bootretries set {num} sets port w atchdog retry boot timeout
port {port_num} w atchdog bootretries show
how s port w atchdog retry boot timeout
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radius
enters cmd group "radius"
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} enabled set
enables radius client
<off=0/on=1>
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} enabled
show if radius client enabled
show
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} server set
sets radius server address
"<dns_name>"
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} server
show s radius server address
show
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} passw ord
sets radius server shared secret
set "{passw d}"
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} passw ord
sets radius server crypted shared secret
hash set "{passw d}"
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} auth timeout
sets server request timeout
set {num_secs}
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} auth timeout
show s server request timeout
show
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} retries set
sets server number of retries
{num}
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} retries
show s server number of retries
show
radius chap enabled set <off=0/on=1>
enables CHAP
radius chap enabled show
show s if CHAP is enabled
radius message auth set <off=0/on=1>
enables request message authentication
show s if request message authentication is enradius message auth show
abled
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Specifications
radius default timeout set {num_secs}
radius default timeout show
sets default session timeout (w hen not returned
as Session-Timout Attribute)
show s default session timeout
snmp
snmp port set {ip_port}
snmp port show
snmp snmpget enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
snmp snmpget enabled show
snmp snmpset enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
snmp snmpset enabled show
snmp snmpv2 enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
snmp snmpv2 enabled show
snmp snmpv2 public set "{text}"
snmp snmpv2 public show
snmp snmpv2 private set "{text}"
snmp snmpv2 private show
snmp snmpv3 enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
snmp snmpv3 enabled show
snmp snmpv3 username set "{text}"
snmp snmpv3 username show
snmp snmpv3 authalg set {NONE=0|MD5=1|
SHA1=2|SHA256=3|SHA384=4|SHA512=5}
snmp snmpv3 authalg show
snmp snmpv3 privalg set {NONE=0|DES=1|
3DES=2|AES128=3|AES192=4|AES256=5|
AES192*=6|AES256*=7}
snmp snmpv3 privalg show
snmp snmpv3 authpassw d set "{passw d}"
snmp snmpv3 privpassw d set "{passw d}"
snmp snmpv3 authpassw d hash set "{passw d}"
snmp snmpv3 privpassw d hash set "{passw d}"
snmp trap type set {NONE=0|V1=1|V2=2|V3=3}
snmp trap type show
enters cmd group "snmp"
sets SNMP UDP port
show s SNMP UDP port
enables SNMP GET cmds on/off
show if SNMP GET cmds are enabled
enables SNMP SET cmds on/off
show if SNMP SET cmds are enabled
enables SNMP v2 on/off
show if SNMP v2 is enabled
enables SNMP v3 on/off
show if SNMP v3 isenabled
sets SNMP v2 public cummnity
show s SNMP v2 public community
sets SNMP v2 private community
show s SNMP v2 private community
sets SNMP v3 username
show s SNMP v3 username
syslog
syslog enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
syslog enabled show
syslog server set "{dns_name}"
syslog server show
enters cmd group "syslog"
enables syslog msgs on/off
show if syslog enabled
sets address of syslog server
show s address of syslog server
system
system restart
system fabsettings
system bootloader
system flushdns
system uptime
system panel enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
system panel enabled show
system display enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
system display enabled show
enters cmd group "system"
restarts device
restore fab settings and restart device
enters bootloader mode
flush DNS cache
number of seconds the device is running
blocks panel buttons w hen not enabled
show s if panel buttons are enabled
dark display w hen not enabled
show s if display enabled
vt100
vt100 echo set {OFF=0|ON=1}
vt100 echo show
vt100 numeric set {OFF=0|ON=1}
vt100 numeric show
vt100 reset
enters cmd group "vt100"
sets console echo state
show s console echo state
sets numeric mode
show s numeric mode state
resets terminal
sets SNMP v3 authentication
show SNMP v3 authentication algorithm
sets SNMP v3 privacy algorithm
show SNMP v3 privacy algorithm
sets SNMP v3 authentication passw ord
sets SNMP v3 privacy passw ord
sets SNMP v3 authentication hashed passw ord
sets SNMP v3 privacy hashed passw ord
sets type of SNMP traps
show SNMP trap type
sets address and port of SNMP trap receiver
snmp trap receiver {trap_num} set "{dns_name}"
{trap_num}
show address and port of SNMP trap receiver
snmp trap receiver {trap_num} show
{trap_num}
Notes
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1. command can be entered on any level
2. the output may show 2 lines - the 1st line shows the actual state, the 2nd line the
status after reboot
3. the output may show several lines
4.7.2
Console Cmd 2191
Command
Description
logout
quit
back
help
help all
go to login prompt w hen enabled
quits telnet session - nothing in serial console
back one cmd level
show all cmds from this level
show all cmds
Note
console
console version
console telnet enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console telnet enabled show
console telnet port set {ip_port}
console telnet port show
console telnet raw set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console telnet raw show
console telnet echo set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console telnet echo show
console telnet activeneg set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console telnet activeneg show
console telnet login set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console telnet login show
console telnet login local set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console telnet login local show
console telnet login radius set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console telnet login radius show
console telnet login delay set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console telnet login delay show
console telnet user set "{username}"
console telnet user show
console telnet passw d set "{passw d}"
console telnet passw d hash set "{passw d}"
console serial enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console serial enabled show
console serial raw set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console serial raw show
console serial echo set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console serial echo show
console serial kvm set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console serial kvm show
console serial utf8 set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console serial utf8 show
console serial login set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console serial login show
console serial login local set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console serial login local show
console serial login radius set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console serial login radius show
console serial login delay set {OFF=0|ON=1}
console serial login delay show
console serial user set "{username}"
console serial user show
console serial passw d set "{passw d}"
console serial passw d hash set "{passw d}"
enters cmd group "console"
show s unique console version number
enables telnet on/off
show s if telnet enabled
sets telnet port
show s telnet port
sets raw mode (disables editing) on/off
show s if raw mode enabled
enables echo on/off
show s if echo enabled
enables telnet active negotiation (IAC) on/off
show s if active negotiation enabled
enables login on/off
show s if login enabled
enables local login on/off
show s if local login enabled
enables login for RADIUS on/off
show s if RADIUS login enabled
enables delay (after 3 login fails) on/off
show s if login delay enabled
sets login user name
show s login user name
sets login passw ord
sets login hashed passw ord
enables serial console on/off
show s if serial console enabled
sets raw mode (disables editing) on/off
show s if raw mode enabled
enables echo on/off
show s if echo enabled
enables binary KVM cmds on serial port on/off
show s if binary KVM cmds enabled
enables UTF8 support
show s if UTF8 enabled
enables login on/off
show s if login enabled
enables local login on/off
show s if local login enabled
enables login for RADIUS on/off
show s if RADIUS login enabled
enables delay (after 3 login fails) on/off
show s if login delay enabled
sets login user name
show s login user name
sets login passw ord
sets login hashed passw ord
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email
email enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
email enabled show
email sender set "{email_addr}"
email sender show
email recipient set "{email_addr}"
email recipient show
email server set "{dns_name}"
email server show
email port set {ip_port}
email port show
email security set {NONE=0|STARTTLS=1|SSL=2}
email security show
email auth set {NONE=0|PLAIN=1|LOGIN=2}
email auth show
email user set "{username}"
email user show
email passw d set "{passw d}"
email passw d hash set "{passw d}"
email testmail
enters cmd group "email"
enables email on/off
show s if email is enabled
sets email sender address
show s email sender address
sets email recipient address
show s email recipient address
sets email SMTP server address
show s email SMTP server address
sets email SMTP port
show s email SMTP port
sets SMTP connection security
show s SMTP connection security
sets email authentication
show email authentication
sets SMTP username
show s SMTP username
sets SMTP passw ord
sets crypted SMTP passw ord
send test email
ethernet
ethernet mac show
ethernet link show
ethernet phyprefer set {10MBIT_HD=0|
10MBIT_FD=1|100MBIT_HD=2|100MBIT_FD=3}
enters cmd group "ethernet"
show s MAC address
show s ethernet link state
ethernet phyprefer show
ethernet poe show
sets preferred speed for PHY Auto Negotiation
show s preferred speed for PHY Auto Negotiation
show s if Pow er-over-Ethernet is activated
extsensor
enters cmd group "extsensor"
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1} value
show s sensor value
show
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1} label
sets sensor name to label
set "{name}"
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1} label
show s label of sensor
show
extsensor {port_num} name show
show s type of sensor
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
enables sensor events on/off
events set {off=0|on=1}
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
show s if sensor events are enabled
events show
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
events type set
enables different event types
"{EVT_SYSLOG=0,EVT_SNMP=1,EVT_EMAIL=2,E
VT_SMS=3,EVT_GSMEMAIL=4,EVT_BEEPER=5}"
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
show s w hat event types are enabled
events type show
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
sets for w hat phonebook entries SMS are sent
phonebook sms events set "{1..20}"
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
show s for w hat phonebook entries SMS are sent
phonebook sms events show
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
sets maximum value for sensor
maxval set {num}
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
show s maximum value for sensor
maxval show
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1} minval
sets minimum value for sensor
set {num}
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1} minval
show s minimum value for sensor
show
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1} hyst
sets hysterese value for sensor
set {num}
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1} hyst
show s hysterese value for sensor
show
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
sets Port for Pow er Port Sw itching actions
{BELOWMIN=0|ABOVEMIN=1|ABOVEMAX=2|
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BELOWMAX=3} port set {port_num}
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
{BELOWMIN=0|ABOVEMIN=1|ABOVEMAX=2|
BELOWMAX=3} port show
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
{BELOWMIN=0|ABOVEMIN=1|ABOVEMAX=2|
BELOWMAX=3} state set {OFF=0|ON=1|
DISABLED=2}
extsensor {port_num} {TEMP=0|HYGRO=1}
{BELOWMIN=0|ABOVEMIN=1|ABOVEMAX=2|
BELOWMAX=3} state show
extsensor period set {24H=0|12H=1|2H=2|1H=3|
30MIN=4}
extsensor period show
extsensor display set {CURRENT=0|TEMP1=1|
HYGRO1=2|TEMP2=3|HYGRO2=4}
extsensor display show
gsm
gsm enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
gsm enabled show
gsm pin set "{pin_num}"
gsm pin show
gsm phonenum set "{phone_num}"
gsm phonenum show
gsm admin sms set "{phone_num}"
gsm admin sms show
gsm admin sms enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
gsm admin sms enabled show
gsm admin email enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
gsm admin email enabled show
gsm admin email set "{email_addr}"
gsm admin email show
gsm dtmf sms pin enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
gsm dtmf sms pin enabled show
gsm dtmf sms master pin set "{pin_num}"
gsm dtmf sms master pin show
gsm phonebook check set {OFF=0|ON=1}
gsm phonebook check show
gsm freecall enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
gsm freecall enabled show
gsm admin only set {OFF=0|ON=1}
gsm admin only show
gsm sms response set {OFF=0|ON=1}
gsm sms response show
gsm sms error set {OFF=0|ON=1}
gsm sms error show
gsm sms signal set {OFF=0|ON=1}
gsm sms signal show
gsm port name set {OFF=0|ON=1}
gsm port name show
gsm sms autosync set {OFF=0|ON=1}
gsm sms autosync show
gsm call voice enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
gsm call voice enabled show
gsm call dtmf enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
gsm call dtmf enabled show
gsm phonebook {1..20} name set "{name}"
show s Port for Pow er Port Sw itching actions
sets Port state for Pow er Port Sw itching actions
show s Port state for Pow er Port Sw itching actions
sets sensor Min/Max measurement period
show s sensor Min/Max measurement period
sets default display
show s state of default display
enters cmd group "gsm"
activates the built-in GSM module
show s if the built-in GSM module is enabled
sets PIN and sw itches the PIN request on
show s the PIN of the SIM card
sets the phone number of the SIM card
show s the phone number of the SIM card
sets phone number for SMS status changes
show s phone number for SMS status changes
enables status changes sent via SMS
show s if status changes via SMS are enabled
enables status changes sent via email
show s if status changes via email are enabled
sets status email recipient address
show s status email recipient address
enables necessary pin for port changes
show s if pin is needed for port changes
sets master pin for port changes
show s master pin for port changes
only allow access to calls that correspond to
phonebook entries
show s if phonebook change enabled
enable functions associated w ith incoming phone
numbers
show if freecall enabled
only allow caller actions from the admin
phonenum
show if caller actions limited to admin phoennum
send a SMS respone for every SMS cmd
show if a SMS respone is sent for every SMS
cmd
send a error SMS for a defective incoming SMS
show if error SMS are sent for defective incoming SMS
send status messages w hen signal quality
changes
show s if status messages are sent for signal
quality changes
enable that complete port names are sent via SMS
show if complete port names are sent
get date and time from GSM after pow er-up
show if autosync is enabled
enable voice samples w hen a call is coming in
show if voice samples are enabled
allow DTMF tones in voice steering
show if DTM tones are enabled
set name for phonebook entry
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gsm phonebook {1..20} name show
gsm phonebook {1..20} phonenum set
"{phone_num}"
gsm phonebook {1..20} phonenum show
gsm phonebook {1..20} port set {port_num}
gsm phonebook {1..20} port show
gsm phonebook {1..20} action set {NONE=0|
GSM_TOGGLE=1|GSM_ON=2|GSM_OFF=3|
GSM_RESET=4|GSM_ONOFF1S=5|
GSM_ONOFF5S=6|GSM_OFFON1S=7|
GSM_OFFON5S=8}
gsm phonebook {1..20} action show
gsm imsi set "{num}"
gsm imsi show
gsm sms email gatew ay set "{phone_num}"
gsm sms email gatew ay show
gsm balance name set "{name}"
gsm balance name show
gsm balance action set "{text}"
gsm balance action show
show name for phonebook entry
http
http server set {HTTP_BOTH=0|HTTPS_ONLY=1|
HTTP_ONLY=2}
http server show
http port set {ip_port}
http port show
http portssl set {ip_port}
http portssl show
http ajax enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
http ajax enabled show
http passw d enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
http passw d enabled show
http passw d user set "{passw d}"
http passw d admin set "{passw d}"
http passw d hash user set "{passw d}"
http passw d hash admin set "{passw d}"
enters cmd group "http"
set number for phonebook entry
show number for phonebook entry
set pow er port num for freecall actions
set pow er port num for freecall actions
set freecall action
show freecall action
enter your IMSI number
show entered IMSI number
set number of SMS to email gatew ay
show number of SMS to email gatew ay
enter w ord that names prepaid balance
show prepaid balance string
enter provider query for prepaid balance
show prepaid balance provider query
sets connection types the w ebserver accepts
show s w ebserver accepting connection types
sets http port
show s http port
sets https port
show s https port
enables ajax autorefresh on/off
show s if ajax autorefresh enabled
enables http passw ord on/off
show s if http passw ord enabled
sets http user passw ord
sets http admin passw ord
sets hashed http user passw ord
sets hashed http admin passw ord
input
enters cmd group "input"
input {port_num} state show
show s input state
input all state show
show s input state of all ports
input {port_num} name set "{name}"
sets sensor name to label
input {port_num} name show
show s label of sensor
input {port_num} invert enabled set {off=0|on=1} inverts input on/off
input {port_num} invert enabled show
show s if input inverted
input {port_num} label {LOW=0|HIGH=1} set
sets input low /high text
"{name}"
input {port_num} label {LOW=0|HIGH=1} show
show s inputs low /high text
input {port_num} events set {off=0|on=1}
enables input events on/off
input {port_num} events show
show s if input events are enabled
input {port_num} events type set
"{EVT_SYSLOG=0,EVT_SNMP=1,EVT_EMAIL=2,Eenables different event types
VT_SMS=3,EVT_GSMEMAIL=4,EVT_BEEPER=5}"
input {port_num} events type show
show s w hat event types are enabled
input {port_num} phonebook sms events set
sets for w hat phonebook entries SMS are sent
"{1..20}"
input {port_num} phonebook sms events show
show s for w hat phonebook entries SMS are sent
input {port_num} {LOW=0|HIGH=1} port set
sets Port for Pow er Port Sw itching actions
{port_num}
input {port_num} {LOW=0|HIGH=1} port show
show s Port for Pow er Port Sw itching actions
input {port_num} {LOW=0|HIGH=1} state set
sets Port state for Pow er Port Sw itching actions
{OFF=0|ON=1|DISABLED=2}
show s Port state for Pow er Port Sw itching acinput {port_num} {LOW=0|HIGH=1} state show
tions
input volt3 state show
show s state of 3V input voltage {ON=1|VERR=3}
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input volt12 state set {OFF=0|VLO=1|VHI=2}
input volt12 state show
sets state of 12V input voltage
show s state of 12V input voltage {OFF=0|VLO=1|
VHI=2|VERR=3} incl possible error condition
ip4
ip4 hostname set "{name}"
ip4 hostname show
ip4 address set "{ip_address}"
ip4 address show
ip4 netmask set "{ip_address}"
ip4 netmask show
ip4 gatew ay set "{ip_address}"
ip4 gatew ay show
ip4 dns set "{ip_address}"
ip4 dns show
ip4 dhcp enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
ip4 dhcp enabled show
enters cmd group "ip4"
sets device hostname
show s device hostname
sets IPv4 address
show s IPv4 address
sets IPv4 netmask
show s IPv4 netmask
sets IPv4 gatew ay address
show s IPv4 gatew ay address
sets IPv4 DNS server address
show s IPv4 DNS server address
enables IPv4 DHCP on/off
show s IPv4 DHCP state
ip6
ip6 enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
ip6 enabled show
ip6 routadv enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
ip6 routadv enabled show
ip6 dhcp enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
ip6 dhcp enabled show
ip6 address show
ip6 gatew ay show
ip6 dns show
ip6 manual enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
ip6 manual enabled show
ip6 manual address {1..4} set "{ip_address}"
ip6 manual address {1..4} show
ip6 manual gatew ay set "{ip_address}"
ip6 manual gatew ay show
ip6 manual dns {1..2} set "{ip_address}"
ip6 manual dns {1..2} show
enters cmd group "ip6"
enables IPv6 on/off
show s if IPv6 is enabled
enables IPv6 router advertisement
show s IPv6 router advertisement state
enables IPv6 DHCP on/off
show s if IPv6 DHCP is enabled
show all IPv6 addresses
show all IPv6 gatew ays
show all IPv6 DNS server
enables manual IPv6 addresses
show s if manual IPv6 addresses are enabled
sets manual IPv6 address
show s manual IPv6 address
sets manual IPv6 gatew ay address
show s manual IPv6 gatew ay address
sets manual IPv6 DNS server address
show s manual IPv6 DNS server address
ipacl
ipacl ping enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
ipacl ping enabled show
ipacl enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
ipacl enabled show
ipacl filter {ipacl_num} set "{dns_name}"
ipacl filter {ipacl_num} show
enters cmd group "ipacl"
enables ICMP ping on/off
show s if ICMP ping enabled
enable IP filter on/off
show s if IP filter enabled
sets IP filter {ipacl_num}
show s IP filter {ipacl_num}
modbus
modbus
modbus
modbus
modbus
enters cmd group "modbus"
enables Modbus TCP support
show s if Modbus is enabled
sets Modbus TCP port
show s Modbus TCP port
enabled set <off=0/on=1>
enabled show
port set <ip_port>
port show
port
port {port_num} state set {OFF=0|ON=1}
port {port_num} state show
port all state set "{port_list}" {OFF=0|ON=1}
port all state {view _mode} show
port {port_num} reset
port {port_num} toggle
port {port_num} batch set {OFF=0|ON=1} w ait
{num_secs} {OFF=0|ON=1}
port {port_num} batch cancel
port {port_num} label set "{name}"
port {port_num} label show
port {port_num} initstate coldstart set {OFF=0|
ON=1|REMEMBER=2}
2
2
2
2
2
2
enters cmd group "port"
sets port to new state
show s port state
sets several ports in one cmd - e.g. port all state
set "1,3,5" 1
show s all port states in 3 different view modes
start reset sequence for port
toggles port
2
2
2
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
3
starts batch mode for port
cancels batch mode
sets port label name
show s port label name
sets port coldstart initialization
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port {port_num} initstate coldstart show
show s port coldstart initialization
port {port_num} initstate delay set {num}
sets port init delay
port {port_num} initstate delay show
show s port init delay
port {port_num} gsm pin set "{pin_num}"
sets the individual port access code
port {port_num} gsm pin show
show s the individual port access code
port {port_num} repow erdelay set {num}
sets port repow er delay
port {port_num} repow erdelay show
show s port repow er delay
port {port_num} resettime set {num}
sets port reset duration
port {port_num} resettime show
show s port reset duration
port {port_num} w atchdog enabled set {OFF=0|
sets port w atchdog to on/off
ON=1}
port {port_num} w atchdog enabled show
show s port w atchdog state
port {port_num} w atchdog mode set {OFF=0|
sets port w atchdog mode
PORT_RESET=1|IP_MS=2|IP_MS_INV=3}
port {port_num} w atchdog mode show
show s port w atchdog mode
port {port_num} w atchdog type set {WD_ICMP=0|
sets port w atchdog type
WD_TCP=1}
port {port_num} w atchdog type show
show s port w atchdog type
port {port_num} w atchdog host set "{dns_name}" sets port w atchdog host target
port {port_num} w atchdog host show
show s port w atchdog host target
port {port_num} w atchdog port set {ip_port}
sets port w atchdog TCP port
port {port_num} w atchdog port show
show s port w atchdog TCP port
port {port_num} w atchdog pinginterval set {num} sets port w atchdog ping interval
port {port_num} w atchdog pinginterval show
show s port w atchdog ping interval
port {port_num} w atchdog pingretries set {num} sets port w atchdog ping retries
port {port_num} w atchdog pingretries show
show s port w atchdog ping retries
port {port_num} w atchdog retrybooting set
sets port w atchdog retry booting to on/off
{OFF=0|ON=1}
port {port_num} w atchdog retrybooting show
show s port w atchdog retry booting state
port {port_num} w atchdog bootretries set {num} sets port w atchdog retry boot timeout
port {port_num} w atchdog bootretries show
how s port w atchdog retry boot timeout
radius
enters cmd group "radius"
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} enabled set
enables radius client
<off=0/on=1>
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} enabled
show if radius client enabled
show
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} server set
sets radius server address
"<dns_name>"
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} server
show s radius server address
show
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} passw ord
sets radius server shared secret
set "{passw d}"
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} passw ord
sets radius server crypted shared secret
hash set "{passw d}"
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} auth timeout
sets server request timeout
set {num_secs}
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} auth timeout
show s server request timeout
show
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} retries set
sets server number of retries
{num}
radius {PRIMARY=0|SECONDARY=1} retries
show s server number of retries
show
radius chap enabled set <off=0/on=1>
enables CHAP
radius chap enabled show
show s if CHAP is enabled
radius message auth set <off=0/on=1>
enables request message authentication
show s if request message authentication is enradius message auth show
abled
sets default session timeout (w hen not returned
radius default timeout set {num_secs}
as Session-Timout Attribute)
radius default timeout show
show s default session timeout
snmp
snmp port set {ip_port}
snmp port show
enters cmd group "snmp"
sets SNMP UDP port
show s SNMP UDP port
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snmp snmpget enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
snmp snmpget enabled show
snmp snmpset enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
snmp snmpset enabled show
snmp snmpv2 enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
snmp snmpv2 enabled show
snmp snmpv2 public set "{text}"
snmp snmpv2 public show
snmp snmpv2 private set "{text}"
snmp snmpv2 private show
snmp snmpv3 enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
snmp snmpv3 enabled show
snmp snmpv3 username set "{text}"
snmp snmpv3 username show
snmp snmpv3 authalg set {NONE=0|MD5=1|
SHA1=2|SHA256=3|SHA384=4|SHA512=5}
snmp snmpv3 authalg show
snmp snmpv3 privalg set {NONE=0|DES=1|
3DES=2|AES128=3|AES192=4|AES256=5|
AES192*=6|AES256*=7}
snmp snmpv3 privalg show
snmp snmpv3 authpassw d set "{passw d}"
snmp snmpv3 privpassw d set "{passw d}"
snmp snmpv3 authpassw d hash set "{passw d}"
snmp snmpv3 privpassw d hash set "{passw d}"
snmp trap type set {NONE=0|V1=1|V2=2|V3=3}
snmp trap type show
enables SNMP GET cmds on/off
show if SNMP GET cmds are enabled
enables SNMP SET cmds on/off
show if SNMP SET cmds are enabled
enables SNMP v2 on/off
show if SNMP v2 is enabled
enables SNMP v3 on/off
show if SNMP v3 isenabled
sets SNMP v2 public cummnity
show s SNMP v2 public community
sets SNMP v2 private community
show s SNMP v2 private community
sets SNMP v3 username
show s SNMP v3 username
syslog
syslog enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
syslog enabled show
syslog server set "{dns_name}"
syslog server show
enters cmd group "syslog"
enables syslog msgs on/off
show if syslog enabled
sets address of syslog server
show s address of syslog server
system
system restart
system fabsettings
system bootloader
system flushdns
system uptime
system panel enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
system panel enabled show
system display enabled set {OFF=0|ON=1}
system display enabled show
enters cmd group "system"
restarts device
restore fab settings and restart device
enters bootloader mode
flush DNS cache
number of seconds the device is running
blocks panel buttons w hen not enabled
show s if panel buttons are enabled
dark display w hen not enabled
show s if display enabled
vt100
vt100 echo set {OFF=0|ON=1}
vt100 echo show
vt100 numeric set {OFF=0|ON=1}
vt100 numeric show
vt100 reset
enters cmd group "vt100"
sets console echo state
show s console echo state
sets numeric mode
show s numeric mode state
resets terminal
sets SNMP v3 authentication
show SNMP v3 authentication algorithm
sets SNMP v3 privacy algorithm
show SNMP v3 privacy algorithm
sets SNMP v3 authentication passw ord
sets SNMP v3 privacy passw ord
sets SNMP v3 authentication hashed passw ord
sets SNMP v3 privacy hashed passw ord
sets type of SNMP traps
show SNMP trap type
sets address and port of SNMP trap receiver
snmp trap receiver {trap_num} set "{dns_name}"
{trap_num}
show address and port of SNMP trap receiver
snmp trap receiver {trap_num} show
{trap_num}
Notes
1. command can be entered on any level
2. the output may show 2 lines - the 1st line shows the actual state, the 2nd line the
status after reboot
3. the output may show several lines
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4.8
Modbus TCP
If Modbus TCP is activated in the configuration, the ports (relays) can be switched and
the following data is available (depending on model):
·
·
·
·
·
·
State of Port (relay)
State of DC input
Number of ports (relays)
Number of energy sensors
Measured values of energy sensors
Measured values of the external sensors
Address Range:
Device Resource
Power/Output Ports
DC Inputs
Info Area
External Sensors
Line Energy Sensors
Port Energy Sensors
Start
0x000
0x400
0x000
0x100
0x400
0x3a00
End
0x3ff
0x7ff
0x005
0x1ff
0x39ff
0x6fff
Modbus Data Type
Coils
Discrete Inputs
Input Registers
Input Registers
Input Registers
Input Registers
These functions are supported:
· Read Coils (0x01)
Reads the state of the ports (relay):
Request Code
Starting Address
Quantity of coils
1 Byte
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
0x01
0x000 to 0x3ff
1 to 0x400
Response Code
Byte count
Coil Status
1 Byte
1 Byte
n Byte
0x01
n
each Bit represents a state
· Read Discrete Inputs (0x02)
Reads the state of the DC inputs:
Request Code
Starting Address
Quantity of Inputs
1 Byte
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
0x02
0x400 to 0x7ff
1 to 0x400
Response Code
Byte count
1 Byte
1 Byte
0x02
n
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Input Status
n Byte
each Bit represents a state
· Write Single Coil (0x05)
Sets the state of a port (relay):
Request Code
Output Address
Output Value
1 Byte
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
0x05
0x00 to 0x3ff
0x0000 or 0xff00
Response Code
Output Address
1 Byte
2 Bytes
0x05
n
· Write Multiple Coils (0x0F)
Sets the state of several ports (relays):
Request Code
Starting Address
Quantity of Outputs
Byte count
Outputs Value
1 Byte
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
1 Byte
n x 1 Byte
0x0f
0x00 to 0x3ff
1 to 0x400
n
each Bit represents a state
Response Code
Starting Address
Quantity of Outputs
1 Byte
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
0x0f
0x00 to 0x3ff
1 to 0x400
· Read Input Registers (0x04)
Read 16-bit values that contain different device information depending on the address:
Request Code
Starting Address
Quantity of Inputs
1 Byte
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
0x04
0x0000 to 0xffff
1 to 0x7d
Response Code
Byte count
Input Status
1 Byte
1 Byte
n x 2 Byte
0x04
2xn
16-bit or 32-bit data
Various state information and measured values of the device are arranged in the input registers:
Address
0
1
Width
16-bit
16-bit
Information
Number of Ports (Relay)
Number of Ports with
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2
3
4
5
0x100 to 0x1ff
0x400 to 0x39ff
0x3a00 to 0x6fff
16-bit
16-bit
16-bit
16-bit
16-bit (signed)
32-bit (signed)
32-bit (signed)
Energy Measurement
Number of Banks
Lines per Bank
Phases per line
Number of Inputs
external Sensors
Line Energy Sensors
Port Energy Sensors
External Sensors:
The measured values of the external sensors are coded as fixed-point arithmetic with 1
decimal place, they must be divided by 10 to obtain the real measured value. A value of
0x8000 means, that no sensor is inserted into the port. The formula for the address is
(the port numbers start at zero):
0x100 + Port * 8 + Offset
Offset
0
1
Sensor Type
Temperature
Humidity
Unit
0.1 °C
0.1 %
For example, the humidity of the second port has the address: 0x100 + 1 * 8 + 1 =
0x109
Energy Sensors:
We distinguish the line sensors (which correspond to the input circuits) and the port
sensors, which measure the energy that is passed over the switched port. The measured values of the energy sensors are returned as signed 32-bit integers. The high-order
16-bits are starting on the even address, followed by the low-order 16-bits on the odd address. To calculate the address, there are the following formulas (the values for line, port
and phase start at zero):
Line: 0x0400 + Line * 0x120 + Phase * 0x60 + Offset * 2
Port: 0x3a00 + Port * 0x120 + Phase * 0x60 + Offset * 2
For devices with only one phase, the phase is set to zero in the formula.
Examples:
"Power Active" for 1st line sensor and 3rd phase: 0x400 + 0 * 0x120 + 2 * 0x60 + 1 * 2 =
0x4C2
"Voltage" for 2nd line sensor and single phase device: 0x400 + 1 * 0x120 + 2 * 2 =
0x524
"Power Angle" for 4th port sensor and single phase device: 0x3a00 + 3 * 0x120 + 6 * 2 =
0x3d6c
Offset
Sensor Type
Unit
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0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Absolute Active Energy
Power Active
Voltage
Current
Frequency
Power Factor
Power Angle
Power Apparent
Power Reactive
Absolute Active Energy Resettable
Absolute Reactive Energy
Absolute Reactive Energy Resettable
Reset Time - sec. since last Energy Counter Reset
Forward Active Energy
Forward Reactive Energy
Forward Active Energy Resettable
Forward Reactive Energy Resettable
Reverse Active Energy
Reverse Reactive Energy
Reverse Active Energy Resettable
Reverse Reactive Energy Resettable
Residual Current
Neutral Current
Wh
W
V
mA
0.01 hz
0.001
0.1 degree
VA
VAR
Wh
VARh
VARh
s
Wh
VARh
Wh
VARh
Wh
VARh
Wh
VARh
mA
mA
Depending on the device model, Residual or Neutral Current are not supported
· Read Device Identification (0x2B / 0x0E)
Returns manufacturer name and device identification:
Request Code
MEI Type
Read Dev ID code
Object Id
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
0x2b
0x0e
0x01
0x00
Response Code
MEI Type
Read Dev ID code
Conformity Level
More Follows
NextObjectID
Number of Objects
Object ID
Object Length
Object Value
Object ID
Object Length
Object Value
Object ID
Object Length
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
n1 Bytes
1 Byte
1 Byte
n2 Bytes
1 Byte
1 Byte
0x2b
0x0e
0x01
0x01
0x00
0x00
0x03
0x00
n1
"Company Id"
0x00
n2
"Product Id"
0x00
n3
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4.9
n3 Bytes
"Product Version"
Messages
Depending on adjustable events, various messages can be sent from the device. The following message types are supported:
· Sending of e-mails
· SNMP Traps
· Syslog messages
E-Mail messages
Email messages are triggered by the following events:
·
·
·
·
·
Switching of the Power Ports
Exceeding of the max / min values of attached sensors
State change of digital sensor input ports
Exceeding of max / min values of the measured power consumption
Condition change of overvoltage protection
SNMP Traps
SNMP Traps are system messages that are sent via the SNMP protocol to different recipients. SNMP traps are triggered by the following events:
·
·
·
·
·
Switching of the Power Ports
Exceeding of the max / min values of attached sensors
State change of digital sensor input ports
Exceeding of max / min values of the measured power consumption
Condition change of overvoltage protection
Syslog messages
Syslog messages are simple text messages that are sent via UDP to a syslog server.
Under Linux, normally a syslog daemon is already running (eg. syslog-ng), for Microsoft
Windows systems some freeware programs are available on the market. The syslog
messages are sent for the following events:
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
Turning on the device
Enable/disable of syslog in the configuration
Switching of the Power Ports
Exceeding of the max / min values of attached sensors
State change of digital sensor input ports
Exceeding of max / min values of the measured power consumption
Condition change of overvoltage protection
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Support
5
Support
You will find the latest product software on our website at www.gude.info available for
download. If you have further questions about installation or operation of the unit, please
contact our support team. Furthermore, we present in our support wiki at
www.gude.info/wiki FAQs and configuration examples.
5.1
Data Security
To provide the device with a high level of data security, we recommend the following
measures:
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
Check that the HTTP password is switched on.
Set up your own HTTP password.
Allow access to HTTP via SSL only.
Authentication and encryption is activated in SNMPv3.
SNMP v2 access is disabled.
enable STARTTLS or SSL in the e-mail configuration.
Archive configuration files securely.
In the IP ACL, enter only the devices that require access to HTTP or SNMP.
Because Telnet is unencrypted, only use it in a secure environment.
Since Modbus TCP is not encrypted, only activate it in a secure environment.
Activate "Message Authentication" in RADIUS.
When accessed from the Internet
· Use a randomized password with at least 32 characters.
· If possible, place the device behind a firewall.
5.2
Contact
Gude Analog- und Digitalsysteme GmbH
Eintrachtstraße 113
50668 Cologne
Germany
Phone: +49-221-912 90 97
Fax: +49-221-912 90 98
E-Mail: mail@gude.info
Internet: www.gude.info
shop.gude.info
Managing Director: Dr.-Ing. Michael Gude
District Court: Köln, HRB-Nr. 17 7 84
WEEE-number: DE 58173350
Value added tax identification number (VAT): DE 122778228
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5.3
FAQ
1. What can I do if the device is no longer accessible?
· If the Status LED is red, the device has no connection to the switch. Unplug and plug
the Ethernet cable. If the Status LED is still red, try other switches. If one uses no
switch, but connects e.g. a laptop directly to the device, make sure you are using a
crossover Ethernet cable.
· If the status LED is orange for a longer time after unplugging and plugging the Ethernet
cable, then DHCP is configured, but no DHCP server was found in the network. After a
timeout, the last IP address is configured manually.
· If there is a physical link (status LED is green) to the device, but you can not access
the web server, bring the device into bootloader mode and search for it with
GBL_Conf.exe. Then check the TCP-IP parameters and change them if necessary.
· If the device is not found by GBL_Conf.exe in bootloader mode, you can reset the settings to factory defaults 22 as the last option.
2. Why does it sometimes take so long to configure new SNMPv3 passwords on
the website?
The authentication methods "SHA-384" and "SHA-512" are calculated purely in software,
and can not use the crypto hardware. On the configuration page, e.g. "SHA-512", needs
up to 45 seconds to calculate the key.
3. Can you enter multiple e-mail recipients?
· Yes. In the E-Mail configuration in the Recipient Address field, it is possible to enter
multiple e-mail addresses separated by commas. The input limit is 100 characters.
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Index
-A-
-H-
Antenna terminal 9
automated Access 61
HTTP 44
HTTPS 44
-B-
-I-
Bootloader Mode
Button Lock 55
16, 21
Installation 9
IP-ACL 43, 60
IP-Address 42
IPv6 60
-CCertificate-Upload 16, 18
clear DNS-Cache 18
Configuration Management
Content of Delivery 7
creating certificates 66
-D-
20
load Configuration
18
-MMaintenance 16
messages 88
Modbus TCP 84
Data Security 90
Default Display 55
Description 7
device MIB 64
-OOk button 9
Operating the device directly
-EE-Mail 54
Ethernet connnector
-L-
9
-FFactory Reset 16
FAQ 91
Firmware Upload 16
Firmware-Update 18
-GGBL_Conf.exe 16
GSM 22
GSM General 55
GSM Misc 56
GSM Phone 57
GSM Provider 58
GSM SIM Card 57
14
-PPower Ports
38
-RRadius 61
Restart 18
RS232 connector
9
-SSecurity Advice 7
Select button 9
Sensors 11, 51
signal strength 9
SIM card slot 9
SMS Commands 24
SMS replies 29
SNMP 47, 62
SSL 66
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Start-up the device
Status LED 9
Status-LED 14
syslog 47
9
-TTechnical Specifications 11
Terminal Assignment 10
TLS 66
-VVoice Call
30
-WWatchdog
39
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