D6680-E120 Cobox Ethernet Network Adapter Operation

D6680-E120 Cobox Ethernet Network Adapter Operation
Network Device Installation Software DeviceInstaller
Operation and Installation Guide
1.0
Introduction
The DX4020, D9133TTL-E, and the C900TTL-E are Network Interface Modules (NIM) that either convert or intercept
digital data into network data with the use of an OEM network interface module by Lantronix Inc. The D6680 is also a
device produced by Lantronix Inc. As new features are added to these modules, the firmware may need to be updated. In
order to update these modules the DeviceInstaller software must be used.
The following information illustrates how to upgrade these modules. This software has multiple capabilities but only one
function is needed and supported by Bosch Security Systems as explained below. Please pay close attention to which
hardware revision you are attempting to upgrade. Each revision of hardware requires specific software.
If the wrong software is loaded, it results in an inoperable unit that must be sent back to Bosch Security
Systems for repair.
Note:
This application is only used to upgrade firmware files to those devices
All other functions of this application are not supported by Bosch Security Systems.
Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United
States and/or other countries.
InstallShield is a registered trademark and service mark of InstallShield Software Corporation in the United and/or other
countries.
Lantronix is a registered trademark of Lantronix Corporation, registered in the U.S. and other countries.
CoBox , Device Server, and Xport™ are trademarks of Lantronix Corporation.
DeviceInstaller
DeviceInstaller Overview
2.0
DeviceInstaller Overview
This utility upgrades the following NetCom products:
•
C900TTL-E
•
D9133TTL-E
•
DX4020
•
D6680
Hardware Revision 1
(CBXM-ERAD)*
Hardware Revision 2
(CM-E2-RAD)*
Hardware Revision 3
(Xport®)
D9133TTL-E
cbx527.rom
ltxe55c.rom
N/A
C900TTL-E
cbx527.rom
ltxe55c.rom
N/A
DX4020
N/A
N/A
xpte15d.rom
Table 1: Proper Software Version to use based on Hardware Revision
D6680
CoBox Hardware Revision 1
(COBOX-EXT-ENET)
CoBox Hardware Revision 2
(COBOX-FL-01)
cbx527.rom
ltxe55c.rom
Table 2: Proper Software Version to use based on CoBox Hardware Revision
Note:
The hardware version can be identified by the label on the side
of the NetCom Product(refer to Figure 1).
Figure 1: Example NIM Label
2.1
Requirements
The following is required to correctly use the DeviceInstaller application.
2.1.1
2.1.2
Operating System
•
Microsoft Windows 98
•
Microsoft Windows Me
•
Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
•
Microsoft Windows 2000 with Service Pack 2
•
Microsoft Windows XP
Other Software
•
Microsoft Internet Explorer, v5 or later.
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3.0
Installation
3.1
Software Installation
The DeviceInstaller is distributed as a self-extracting executable application. It is included on the D6600 CD-ROM.
To correctly install the DeviceInstaller application, please follow the procedures below:
1. Insert the D6600 Communications Receiver/Gateway CD-ROM into the host computer’s CD-ROM drive.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Double-click on the My Computer icon in the Start menu or open Windows Explorer then double-click on
the letter of your CD-ROM to view the CD-ROM files.
Double-click on the Network Interface Module folder.
Double-click on the Programmer folder.
Double-click on the DeviceInstaller.exe icon to start the installation process.
Once the icon is double-clicked, the InstallShield Wizard starts extracting files to install the DeviceInstaller
application.
6.
A progress bar appears showing the progress of reading the contents of the package.
The DeviceInstaller Setup starts and prepares the InstallShield Wizard for the rest of the install process.
7.
A progress bar advances across the bottom showing the progress.
A new screen appears entitled Lantronix DeviceInstaller Setup saying DeviceInstaller is installed.
8.
Click Next > to continue.
The License Agreement screen appears next. To continue, click Yes.
9.
Clicking No aborts the installation.
The next screen to appear shows the install destination for the DeviceInstaller application. The install path
is shown under Destination Folder at the bottom of the window.
To select a new location, click the Browse button to open a smaller window where a new install location can
be selected.
When finished, click OK to continue
Click Next > to continue.
10. At the next window to appear, select the type of setup. There are three options:
•
Typical – This option installs the most common options and is recommended for most users.
•
Compact – This option installs the minimum number of options to successfully run the application.
•
Custom – This option allows for the selection of which options should be installed and is
recommended for advanced users.
Choose the Typical option (if not already selected) and press Next > to continue.
11. At the next window to appear, select the program folder for storing the DeviceInstaller program icons.
A new name can be typed into the space if the one displayed is not desired.
Click Next > to continue.
12. Before the installation files are copied to the PC, a new window appears showing the destination for the
program files and program shortcuts.
To change the locations shown, click < Back and follow the instructions in Step 9 on page 5.
Click Next > to continue.
13. A Setup Status window appears showing the files that are being installed, where they are being installed to,
and a progress bar showing the process’s progress along with a percentage.
14. When the progress bar is complete and the percentage is 100%, all the files are copied and installed on the
PC.
15. A new window appears saying the installation is complete.
An option is given to create a shortcut to DeviceInstaller on the desktop.
Placing a check in the box creates a shortcut on the desktop.
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Click Finish to complete the installation.
16. The DeviceInstaller application is now installed.
17. Reboot the PC to ensure that the DeviceInstaller installed properly.
3.2
Update Procedure
After you have installed the DeviceInstaller program, you will need to run the patch program DeviceInstaller202upd.exe.
This update corrects a problem that prevents you from upgrading NetCom NIM devices that were previously
programmed with encryption.
If you run DeviceInstaller202upd.exe immediately after installing DeviceInstaller.exe, you may get an error. Before
running the update, check the Windows Task Bar to make sure DeviceInstaller.exe is finished. If there is a program slot
open in the task bar, the DeviceInstaller.exe has finished installing but is still transferring files in the background. If you
get an error, wait until the program slot disappears from the Windows Task Bar before running the update again.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Insert the D6600 Communications Receiver/Gateway CD-ROM into the host computer’s CD-ROM drive.
Double-click on the My Computer icon in the Start menu or open Windows Explorer then double-click on
the letter of your CD-ROM to view the CD-ROM files.
Double-click on the Network Interface Module folder.
Double-click on the Programmer folder.
Double-click on the DeviceInstaller202upd.exe icon to start the installation process.
Once the icon is double-clicked, the InstallShield Wizard starts extracting files to install the DeviceInstaller
2.02 application.
6.
A progress bar appears showing the progress of reading the contents of the package.
The DeviceInstaller Setup starts and prepares the InstallShield Wizard for the rest of the install process.
7.
A progress bar advances across the bottom showing the progress.
A new screen appears entitled Lantronix DeviceInstaller Setup saying DeviceInstaller is installed.
8.
Click Next > to continue.
A new window appears saying the installation is complete.
Click Finish to complete the installation.
9. The DeviceInstaller 2.02 application is now installed.
10. Double-click on the DeviceInstaller icon to open it.
11. Select Help About.
12. You can check that the installation was completed successfully by checking the version number, which
should be 2.02.
3.3
Uninstalling DeviceInstaller
To uninstall the DeviceInstaller application, follow the procedures below based on the Operating System used.
3.3.1
Windows 98/Me
1. Go to Start Settings Control Panel to open the control panel.
2. Once the Control Panel window opens, double-click on the Add/Remove Programs icon.
3. The Add/Remove Programs utility starts.
4.
5.
3.3.2
Scroll down to DeviceInstaller and click once to select it.
To remove the program, click the Add/Remove button to start the removal process.
Continue with the steps in Section 3.3.3 DeviceInstaller Uninstall Procedure on page 5.
Windows NT4.0/Windows 2000/XP
1. Go to Start Settings Control Panel to open the control panel.
2. Once the Control Panel window opens, double-click on the Add/Remove Programs icon.
3. The Add/Remove Programs utility starts.
Scroll down to DeviceInstaller and click once to select it.
4.
To remove the program, click the Change/Remove button to start the removal process.
Continue with the steps in Section 3.3.3 DeviceInstaller Uninstall Procedure on page 5.
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3.3.3
DeviceInstaller Uninstall Procedure
The following steps describe the uninstall procedure for the DeviceInstaller application, regardless of the operating
system it is installed on.
1. The DeviceInstaller Setup starts and prepares the InstallShield Wizard for the rest of the uninstall process.
2.
3.
4.
5.
A progress bar advances across the bottom showing the progress.
Once uninstall is done, another screen appears with three options:
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Modify – allows new program components to be added or existing program components to be deleted.
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Repair – reinstalls the program components that were installed by the previous setup. This is useful if
the program has become corrupted and does not run properly.
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Remove – removes the program from the PC.
The Remove option is automatically selected. Click the Next > button to continue.
A confirmation window appears prompting you to confirm the program’s removal.
Click OK to continue.
A window appears showing an animation of files flying from a folder and disappearing. A task bar is at the
bottom showing the progress of the removal.
When finished, a new window appears saying all components were successfully removed.
Click the Finish button to close this window.
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4.0
Operation
4.1
Main Window
1
Callout
Name
Description
1
Manage device
configuration
This button enables the
configuration information
for all the devices that were
to be individually changed.
For more information, see
Section 4.2.1 Query Device.
2
Upgrade
firmware file
This button is used to
upgrade the firmware of the
selected device. For more
information, see Section
4.2.2 Upgrade Firmware File.
2
Figure 2: DeviceInstaller Main Screen
4.2
Table 3: DeviceInstaller Shortcut Icons
Procedures
The IP Addresses, Hardware Addresses, and Firmware Versions used in these procedures differ from the
devices on your network. They are for demonstration purposes only.
4.2.1
Query Device
1. Select Tools Query Device… to open a dialog and find the
device on the network.
Note:
The IP Addresses and Hardware Addresses of the devices on your
network can be obtained from the NetCom Account Database you are
currently using.
2.
To find a device, type in the IP address in the Enter IP Address or
Name field.
Example:
To find the IP address 172.30.2.6
Type 172.30.3.6
3.
Click the Get Device Information button to have DeviceInstaller search the network for
that IP Address.
4.
If the IP address is found, information is returned about that device.
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Callout
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
Figure 3: Query Device Fields
4.2.2
Description
Hardware Address – A 12-digit (6 byte) code
uniquely defining each device (or node) on
the network (also referred to as the MAC
Address).
Firmware Version – The current version of
firmware the device is running.
Firmware Type – The type of firmware the
device is running.
Device Type – Whether the device has one
port or two ports. Each type uses a different
firmware upgrade file. See Section 4.2.2
Upgrade Firmware File.
Table 4: Description of Fields (refer to Figure 3)
Upgrade Firmware File
Once the information about all the devices is recorded, the firmware can be upgraded
1.
Select Tools Upgrade Firmware… to start the firmware upgrade process.
2.
The Upgrade Firmware dialog box appears. There are several fields that require information:
1
Callout
Target:Enter IP Address or Name* – The IP
Address or Name of the device that needs
upgrading.
Target:Existing Firmware – Set the type to the
firmware that was returned during the device
query (See Section 4.2.1 Query Device).
Source:FW File – The location of the firmware
file on the PC.
1
2
3
2
4
5
Figure 4: Upgrade Firmware Fields
Description
3
4
Browse button – Opens a navigation box to
select the location of the firmware file.
5
Upgrade FW File button – Clicking this button
starts the actual process.
*A network device (such as a C900TTL-E, D9133TTL-E, or DX4020) can be
identified by a programmed IP address (for static IPs networks) or name (for
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol [DHCP] networks). If configuring a
network device for DHCP, a unique name can be established during the initial
Telnet programming session to differentiate the devices on the network (see
Using Telnet to Finish the Configuration sections for the C900TTL-E,
D9133TTL-E or DX4020 installation guides.
Table 5: Description of Fields (refer to Figure 4)
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3.
Enter the IP Address or name of the device that needs the firmware
upgraded.
For this example, type 172.30.1.13
4.
5.
Select the Firmware Type: 3L, 3Q, or X1 (see Table 6)
Click the Browse button to open a browse dialog box to select the correct location of the firmware file.
Normally it is stored on the D6600 CD in the Network Interface Modules Firmware folder.
The default location is C:\Program Files\DeviceInstaller\Firmware. The Open dialog boxes looks different
depending on the operating system on the PC.
Figure 5: For Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP
6.
Figure 6: For Windows 98/Me
For this example, the firmware files are on the
same CD-ROM as the DeviceInstaller Installation
file and reside in a directory based on the hardware
revision of the device (see Table 2).
In the Open Dialog box, click the My Computer
icon.
D9133TTL-E
C900TTL-E
DX4020
D6680
Hardware Revision 1
(CBXM-ERAD)*
3Q
3Q
n/a
n/a
Hardware Revision 2
(CM-E2-RAD)*
3L
3L
n/a
n/a
Hardware Revision 3
(Xport®)
n/a
n/a
X1
n/a
CoBox Hardware Revision 1
(COBOX-EXT-ENET)
n/a
n/a
n/a
3Q
CoBox Hardware Revision 2
(COBOX-FL-01)
n/a
n/a
n/a
3L
Table 6: Firmware File Types
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Note:
If using Windows 98 or Me, click the drop down arrow
in the Look in: box and select My Computer.
7.
Note:
Double-click on the D6600_104 icon for the CDROM.
The D6600_104 title of the CD-ROM is different for the
version you have.
8.
Double-click on the Network Interface Modules
directory.
9.
Using Figure 1 as an example, double-click on the
Revision 2 hardware directory.
10. For this device, click on the ltx45.rom file and then
the Open button.
11. At the Upgrade Firmware window, the path to the firmware
file is filled in (for this example, it is E:\Network Interface
Modules\Revision 2 hardware\ltx45.rom).
Click the Upgrade FW File button to upgrade the device.
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12. A small status message appears above the Stop Upgrade
button showing the status of the transfer.
The DeviceInstaller application connects to the device, starts
sending blocks of data, reboots the device with the new
version, and then displays Done.
13. Once the upgrading is complete, an information box appears
stating File upgrade successful and the device appears in the
status table.
The Firmware version is 4.50.
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