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DX4020-EXP
Installation Guide
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Network Interface
Module
DX4020-EXP | Installation Guide | 1.
Introduction
Trademarks
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1.
®
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Corporation, registered in the U.S. and other countries.
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trademark of Lantronix, Inc.
Introduction
The DX4020 is used for bi-directional communications
over Ethernet networks. Typical uses include PC frontend software packages such as PC9000, Remote
Programming Software (RPS) connection for control
panel programming, diagnostic troubleshooting, D6600
Central Station Receiver (CSR) reporting and/or
history retrieval.
Figure 1: DX4020 Network Interface Module
1
2
3
123456-
4
5
6
®
Lantronix Xport™ NIM
EPROM
Data Bus
DIP Switches
Serial/Bus LEDs
P2 Jumper
Failure to follow these instructions can result
in system failure in initiating alarm
conditions. Bosch Security Systems is not
responsible for improperly installed, tested,
or maintained devices.
Follow these instructions to avoid personal
injury and damage to equipment.
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2.
Overview
2.1
Specifications
Overview
2.2
Table 1: DX4020 Specifications
Dimensions
Current Draw
Operation
Voltage
Connectors
Ethernet
Cable
Interface
Compatibility
Default IP
Address
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7.6 cm x 12.7 cm (3 in. x 5 in.)
84 mA max, 80 mA nominal 10 Base-T
110 mA max, 100 mA nominal 100 Base-T
12 VDC Nominal
Option/Data Bus Terminal
Strip
RJ-45 Modular Jack
(Ethernet)
Category 3 or better unshielded twisted
pair
Max Length
100 m (328 ft)
System Overview
See Figure 2 for a general system connection of the
following devices: a compatible Bosch Security Systems
control panel, a DX4020 Network Interface Module, a
D6600 Receiver, and a D6680 Network Adapter.
Figure 2: System Connections Overview
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Control
Panel
LAN/WAN
IEEE 802.3
Control Panel
D9412G, D7412G,
D7212G, D9412, D9112,
D7412, D7212
DS7240V2, DS7220V2
DS7400xi
0.0.0.0 (DHCP mode)
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1
9
8
3
5
9
4
10
Firmware
6.3 or later
6 7
2.xx or later
4.10 or later
1 - Compatible Bosch Control Panel
2 - DX4020 Network Interface Module – Ethernet
3 - Host PC running D6200 Programming
Administrative Software
4 - Ethernet network
5 - D6680 Network Adapter
6 - D6600 Central Station Receiver
7 - Connection – Compatible Bosch Control Panel
Data Bus to DX4020 Data Bus terminals
8 - Connection – Ethernet network to Host PC
Ethernet Network Interface Card (NIC
9 - Connection – Ethernet network to D6680
10 - Connection – D6680 to D6600 COM4 Port
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3.
Installation
Installation
Inform the operator and the local authority
before installing the DX4020 in an existing
system.
Disconnect all power to the control panel
before installing the DX4020.
3.1
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Mounting the DX4020
The DX4020 can be mounted inside the compatible
control panel’s enclosure using any of the standard
three-point mounting patterns.
See the control panel’s documentation for complete
mounting instructions.
Figure 3: DX4020 Mounting Holes
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3.2
DX4020 Wiring
Wiring connections are made from the DX4020’s data
bus terminals to the compatible control panel’s data
bus terminals.
See the control panel’s documentation for complete
wiring instructions.
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This is for caption text
Figure 5: DX4020 to Control Panel
SDI/Option/Data Bus Wiring
1
2
3
4
5
6
1 - DX4020 Mounting Holes
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1 - DX4020 Data Bus Terminals
2 - Compatible Control Panel SDI/Option/Data
Bus Terminals
3 - Black (-) Wire
4 - Green (G) Data Wire
5 - Yellow (Y) Data Wire
6 - Red (+) Wire
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4.
DX4020 DIP Switch Settings
DX4020 DIP Switch
Settings
4.2
Use the following DIP Switch settings for network
communication when using the DX4020.
4.1
DIP Switch Address Settings for the
D9412G/D9412, D7412G/D7412,
D7212G, D9112, D7212 Control
Panels
The D9412G/D9412, D7412G/D7412,
D7212G, D9112, D7212 control panels
require firmware revision 6.3 or later for
network communication.
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DIP Switch Address Settings for the
DS7240V2/DS7220V2 Control
Panels
The DS7240V2 and DS7220V2 control
panels require firmware revision 2.xx or
later for network communication.
Set the DX4020’s DIP Switch address to 134 when
using the DX4020 on either a DS7240V2 or
DS7220V2 for network communication.
Figure 8: DIP Switch Settings for Address 134
Use SDI Bus Address 80 when using the DX4020 in
conjunction with PC9000.
Use SDI Bus Address 88 when using the DX4020 in
conjunction with RPS, or for network communication.
1
=
2
=
Figure 6: DIP Switch Settings for Address 80
OPEN
=
1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
2
=
1 - OPEN (UP) Position
2 - CLOSED (DOWN) Position
OPEN
4.3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 - OPEN (UP) Position
2 - CLOSED (DOWN) Position
Figure 7: DIP Switch Settings for Address 88
DIP Switch Address Settings for the
DS7400Xi Control Panel
Use Option Bus addresses 13 and 14 to send reports.
Use Option Bus address 13 to connect to RPS for
remote programming.
Figure 9: DIP Switch Settings for Address 13
1
=
1
=
2
=
2
=
OPEN
OPEN
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 - OPEN (UP) Position
2 - CLOSED (DOWN) Position
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1 - OPEN (UP) Position
2 - CLOSED (DOWN) Position
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Figure 10: DIP Switch Settings for Address 14
=
1
2
=
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5.
DX4020 LEDs
5.1
Ethernet/Serial LEDs
The DX4020 has four Bus/Serial status LEDs. See
Figure 11 and Table 2 for more information.
Use the P2 jumper to enable (jumper on) or disable
(jumper off) LED operation.
Figure 11:
DX4020 Ethernet/Serial LEDs
OPEN
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 - OPEN (UP) Position
2 - CLOSED (DOWN) Position
1
3
4
2
1234-
Ethernet/Serial LED Location
P2 Jumper Location
LED Enable (Jumper On) Position
LED Disable (Jumper Off) Position
Table 2: DX4020 Bus/Serial Status LED
Functions
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LED
1
Name
BUS-XMIT
Color
Red
2
BUS-RCV
Red
3
SER-RX
Green
4
SER-TX
Green
Function
Flashes when the data
bus sends a message
Flashes when the data
bus receives a message
Flashes every time a
message is received from
the Ethernet port
Flashes when message is
sent to Ethernet port
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5.2
IP Programming
Xport LEDs
The DX4020 has two Xport LEDs located on the
Lantronix® Xport™ NIM. See Figure 12 and Table 3 for
more information.
Figure 12:
Dx4020 Xport LEDs
1
2
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6.
IP Programming
Use this section to set up the initial IP address so that
the DX4020 can be set with a Network IP address.
The setup consists of using resident commands and
programs such as the commands ARP and Ping, and
the program Telnet available in the Microsoft
Windows operating system.
The IP, MAC address, and port number
used here are for demonstration only.
1 - Left LED
2 - Right LED
A working knowledge of DOS commands,
Windows®, networks and their operation is
required.
Table 3: Xport LEDs
Left LED
State
Off
Off
Color
If your installation uses DHCP to obtain an
IP address and Port 7700 for
communication, see your control panel’s
documentation for instructions unless you
plan to use RPS over the network through
the DX4020. If so, proceed to the next
section.
Right LED
State
Off
Solid
Amber
Off
Blinking
Amber
Off
Solid
Green
Off
Blinking
Green
Solid
Amber
Off
Blinking
Amber
Off
Solid
Green
Off
Blinking
Green
Off
Color
Meaning
No Ethernet Link
100 BASE-T Half
Duplex Link
100 BASE-T Half
Duplex; Activity
100 BASE-T Full
Duplex Link
100 BASE-T Full
Duplex; Activity
10 BASE-T Half
Duplex Link
10 BASE-T Half
Duplex; Activity
10 BASE-T Full
Duplex Link
10 BASE-T Full
Duplex; Activity
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6.1
Factory Programmed IP
Configuration
The DX4020 is shipped with the following default IP
address:
•
Default IP Configuration Number: DHCP
•
Default Port: 7700
•
Default DHCP Device Name: Cxxxxxx
xxxxxx = last 6 digits of the MAC address
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6.2
IP Programming
Identifying the MAC Hardware
Address
The MAC address label is located on top of
the Xport.
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6.4
Initial IP Address Assignment
Read this entire section before proceeding. Also, make
sure there is power to the DX4020 and the Ethernet
Network RJ-45 connection is in place.
To telnet into the configuration program, the
PC used to configure the DX4020 and the
DX4020 itself must both be on the same
gateway (the device that connects the LAN
to the WAN).
This address is hard-coded into the DX4020 during its
manufacture and cannot be changed. This address is
six bytes (twelve digits) in length and can be found on
a label on the large metal box soldered to the DX4020.
Use telnet to communicate with the
DX4020 and establish its communications
configuration parameters.
Figure 13: DX4020 MAC Address location
Once the DX4020 is configured and has an
IP address, you can telnet from anywhere on
the network to change the configuration
parameters.
6.4.1
6.3
Obtaining an IP Address
Go to the network administrator with the MAC
address. The network administrator assigns your
DX4020 an IP Address.
An IP Address is an identifier for a computer or device
on a TCP/IP network. Networks using the TCP/IP
protocol route messages based on the IP address of the
destination. The format of an IP address is a 32-bit
numeric address written as four numbers separated by
periods. Each number can be zero to 255. For
example, 172.17.10.70 could be an IP address.
Within an isolated network, you can assign IP
addresses at random as long as each one is unique.
However, connecting a private network to the Internet
requires using registered IP addresses (called Internet
addresses) to avoid duplicates.
ARP Command Overview
Once you have the IP address and the network
administrator confirms that it is ready, open up the
DOS prompt (from Windows®) on any PC tied into
the network that is to be used. Use the ARP program to
temporarily assign the DX4020’s IP address to its
hardware address on the Host PC. The ARP program
is installed into the /WINDOWS directory (in
Windows® 95, Windows 98, Windows Millennium) or
the \WINNT directory (in Windows 2000, and
Windows XP) by default during install.
At the DOS prompt (usually C:\windows), the
following command syntax is to be used.
Figure 14: ARP.EXE Command Syntax
1
arp - s
1
2
xxx. xxx. xxx. xxx
2
zz- zz- zz- zz- zz- zz
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx = the IP address assigned to the
DX4020 Network Interface Module by the
network administrator
zz-zz-zz-zz-zz-zz = the MAC hardware address
found on the DX4020’s Xport NIM
The following sections detail the assignment of an IP
address to a DX4020 Network Adapter, using the ARP
command.
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6.4.2
1.
2.
IP Programming
ARP Command Usage
Open a DOS window from the Start menu by
selecting Start Run.
At the Run dialog box, type COMMAND and
click OK.
A DOS window appears.
3.
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6.5
Using Telnet to Finish the
Configuration
If you are using Windows 95/98, see Section 6.5.1 Using
Windows 95/98 Telnet.
If you are using Windows 2000/XP, see Section 6.5.2
Using Windows 2000/XP Telnet.
Type the following at the DOS command line:
arp –s 172.17.10.70 00-20-4a-12-040e [ENTER]
6.5.1
1.
Open a DOS window from the Start menu by
selecting Start Run.
172.17.10.70 would be the example IP address
given from the Network Administrator and 00-204a-12-04-0e would be the example MAC hardware
address from DX4020.
2.
At the Run dialog box, telnet [ENTER].
Using Windows 95/98 Telnet
The Telnet application starts.
3.
Select Connect Remote System...
If following your command the computer responds
with a prompt (as shown to the right) then the
address was accepted.
There is no indication that the operation is
performed properly. The absence of an
error message is your indication that the
function was correct.
4.
The Connect window displays.
Verify that the IP address was correctly entered
into the ARP table by typing: arp -g [ENTER]
Figure 15: arp -g
4.
Type the IP address of the DX4020 (this is the IP
address that was assigned to the DX4020 in the
previous section) in the Host Name field.
In this example, the IP address is 172.17.10.70.
Type 1 into the Port field and leave the TermType
field at vt100.
This shows the Internet address (IP ADDRESS)
and the corresponding Physical Address (MAC
hardware address). The third line of the table in
Figure 15 shows that the arp contains a MAC
address of 00-20-4a-51-19-8c temporarily linked to
IP address 172.17.10.70.
The network uses this table to identify devices and
route signals. The number of devices and other
“types,” like “dynamic,” depends on the network
and the number and type of devices that this PC
has corresponded with. You must identify the
MAC address of the device you are installing and
verify that it now has an IP address linked to it.
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5.
IP Programming
Click Connect and wait a few seconds for a
connect failed message to display stating: “Could
not open a connection to 172.17.10.70.”
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8.
If you pressed [ENTER] within 5 seconds of seeing
the “Press Enter to go into Setup Mode” message,
you should see the following screen:
9.
Press [0] then [ENTER] to set up the basic Server
configuration.
Click OK to open the Telnet window again.
6.
Repeat Step 3.
This time, leave everything as it is except, type
9999 into the Port field. Click Connect.
7.
The message "Press Enter to go into setup mode"
message appears. Press [ENTER].
If you do not press [ENTER] within five
seconds of seeing “Press Enter to go into
Setup Mode,” you are disconnected. If you
are disconnected, the following message
displays:
If the DX4020 Network Interface Module was
programmed with an IP address in the past, it is
displayed in parentheses (as shown below).
For example, if this DX4020 was originally
programmed to IP address 172.30.3.36, we would
be changing it to address 190.200.128.219.
10. Press the following keys to properly program IP
Address 190.200.128.219: 190.200.128.219
[ENTER]
If using DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration
Protocol), the following would be entered:
0.0.0.0 [ENTER].
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11. When asked to set the Gateway address, if it is not
needed, or if it is using DHCP, type N [ENTER].
If it is needed, type Y and the gateway IP address
as: 190.200.128.1 [ENTER].
The Gateway IP is only needed if using a
Wide Area Network (WAN). In a Local
Area Network (LAN), typically the
Gateway is not needed.
The following displays:
If the Netmask needs to be changed from the
default, enter the number of bits that correspond to
the Netmask your network is using (see Table 4). If
using DHCP, press [ENTER].
See your network administrator for more
information.
Press [ENTER] after entering the correct number
of bits for the netmask.
Netmask
255.255.255.254
255.255.255.252
255.255.255.248
255.255.255.240
255.255.255.224
255.255.255.192
255.255.255.128
255.255.255.0
255.255.254.0
255.255.252.0
255.255.248.0
255.255.240.0
255.255.224.0
255.255.192.0
255.255.128.0
255.255.0.0
Host
Bits
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
12. If using DHCP, the following appears:
If you want to assign a name for this device for use
on a LAN, type Y and enter up to 16 characters
and [ENTER]. Otherwise just press [ENTER].
If planning to use RPS over a network
through this device, a unique name must
be entered here. This name should be
known to the person who is programming
the panel.
If no DHCP device name is entered, a
default name of Cxxxxxx is used (where
xxxxxx is the last six digits of the MAC
address).
13. Change the Telnet password by pressing [Y] and
entering a password or press [ENTER] to leave at
default of “No.”
This screen shows the Setup Mode screen you saw
previously.
Table 4: Netmask Addresses
Host
Bits
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
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Netmask
255.254.0.0
255.252.0.0
255.248.0.0
255.240.0.0
255.224.0.0
255.192.0.0
255.128.0.0
255.0.0.0
254.0.0.0
252.0.0.0
248.0.0.0
240.0.0.0
224.0.0.0
192.0.0.0
128.0.0.0
If a password is entered, store it in a
secured place. If the password is lost or
forgotten you cannot telnet this unit again
until the DX4020 is sent back to the
factory and reconditioned.
14. Press [1] [ENTER] to go into setup Channel 1
configuration.
15. Press [Enter] to accept the Baud Rate default of
(9600). If 9600 is not the default, type 9600 and
press [ENTER] to change it.
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16. Press [Enter] to accept the default I/F Mode of
(4C). If is not the default, type [4c] [ENTER] to
change it.
17. Press [ENTER] to accept the default Flow of (00).
If 00 is not the default, type [00] [ENTER] to cange
it.
18. Type a unique port number for the particular LAN
that the device is connected to and then press
[ENTER].
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23. To enable encryption, select 6- Security from the
main menu and follow the next steps.
If encryption is enabled on the DX4020 it
must be enabled at the D6680-E120 with
the same key.
The software revision of the Network
Interface Module attached to the DX4020
must be 1.5d or greater. To check the
version, telnet the unit and the version is
displayed for five seconds before pressing
[ENTER].
Figure 16: DX4020 Encryption
Datagram Type 07 must be used if the
unique port number is not the same one
used for the D6680.
To use Datagram 02 or 07, you must have
firmware version 1.5d or greater in the
Xport module. See DeviceInstaller
Operation and Installation Guide
(P/N: 4998138688) for more information.
The port number displayed here is an
example and might not be the same.
19. Press [Enter] to accept the default ConnectMode of
(CC). If CC is not the default, type [cc] [ENTER]
to change it.
24. At Disable SNMP (N) N press [ENTER].
25. At SNMP Community Name ( ): press [ENTER].
26. At Disable Telnet Setup (N) N press [ENTER].
27. At Disable Port 77FEh (N) N press [ENTER].
20. Enter the appropriate Datagram value based on
your control panel type:
-
DS7240V2/DS7220V2: Enter [02] and skip to
Step 23.
-
DS7400XiV4+: Enter [07] and go to Step 21.
For more information on Datagram Types,
see the D6600 System Guide
(P/N: 4998122712).
21. Press [ENTER] four times to specify 0.0.0.0 for
remote IP address.
22. Enter the same port number that was used for the
D6680.
28. At Disable Web Server (N) N press [ENTER].
29. At Disable ECHO ports (Y) Y press [ENTER].
30. At Enable Encryption (N) press [Y].
31. At Key length in bits (0), type 128 and press
[ENTER].
32. Change keys (N) press ‘Y’.
33. Enter the bytes programmed in the D6680. These
16 bytes (32 characters) should match. Default
value is 01-02-03-04-05-06-07-08-09-10-11-12-1314-15-16.
34. At Enable Enhanced Password (N) press [ENTER].
35. Select 9 at the main menu to save and close telnet
session.
36. A message is displayed the connection was lost.
37. Click OK to close the Telnet window.
38. To confirm that the IP address had been
configured properly, PING the IP Address and
check for a response.
39. At the C:\> prompt, type PING <IP Address>
then press [ENTER].
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Four reply messages should be received,
confirming that the DX4020 is talking to the
network.
Configuration of the DX4020 Network Interface
Module is complete. Perform this procedure for
any additional DX4020’s you may have.
6.5.2
Using Windows 2000/XP Telnet
To finish the IP address configuration of the DX4020, a
Telnet session must be launched.
It is necessary to be logged into Windows
2000 with an Administrator privilege level.
This example uses the IP address of
172.17.10.70 and the MAC Address of
00-20-4a-72-04-0e.
1.
Open a DOS window from the Start menu by
selecting, Start Run.
2.
Type COMMAND and click OK at the Run dialog
box.
A command prompt window appears:
The colors have been inverted here for clarity. The
normal prompt window appears with white text on
black
3.
Type in telnet and press [ENTER] at the C:\>
prompt.
4.
Type open (space) IP ADRESS (space) PORT
NUMBER at the Microsoft Telnet> prompt.
For example, open 172.17.10.70 1.
The connection fails the first time. This is normal.
5.
Enter the same sequence at the prompt, but use
port 9999 instead of 1.
For example, open 172.17.10.70 9999.
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0101
0101
0101
Pressing [F3] displays the last line typed,
Backspace over the port and change to
9999.
6.
Press [ENTER] and you should be in the setup
menu of the DX4020 device.
7.
Follow Steps 7 to 36 in Section 6.5.1 Using Windows
95/98 Telnet.
8.
Close telnet by clicking the “X” button in the
upper right-hand corner.
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7.
Control Panel Programming
Control Panel Programming 8.
See the control panel’s documentation for DX4020 to
control panel programming.
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Listings and Approvals
The DX4020 Network Interface Module is listed for
the following:
•
FCC Part 15 Radiated/Conducted Emissions
•
CE
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Notes
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