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DME-N Network Driver
Installation Guide for M7CL/LS9/DSP5D
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When you use the Editor, be sure to install the DME-N Network Driver of the following version.
For Windows XP: 1.0.1 or later
For Windows Vista (32bit): 1.2.0 or later
For Windows Vista (64bit): 1.2.1 or later
For Windows 7: 1.2.1 or later
For Windows 8: 1.2.3 or later
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DME-N Network Driver
To operate your Yamaha hardware from your computer via Ethernet, you’ll need to install the DME-N Network Driver
software.
DME-N Network Driver is software that transfers MIDI data back and forth between your computer and the
hardware via Ethernet cable.
Connection of computer and device
Connect the computer to device by using an Ethernet cable via a network switch. When you connect the computer
to the device directly, use an Ethernet cable.
Editor
Ethernet cable
Ethernet cable
Network switch
Driver
or
Crossover cable
Computer
NOTE
Device
When you connect the computer to the M7CL directly, use a crossover cable.
Minimum System Requirements
DME-N Network Driver applies to the system requirements of Editor. Refer to the Editor’s Installation Guide for
details.
Accessing the Control Panel
The way to access the Control Panel will depend on your operating system.
Windows XP / Vista / 7
Select [Start]  [Control Panel].
Windows 8
1
In the Start screen, click [Desktop].
The desktop will appear.
2
Move the cursor to the upper right or lower right corner of the desktop.
The Charms bar will appear.
3
Select [Settings]  [Control Panel].
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Installation
1
Log onto Windows with Administrator privileges.
2
After the downloaded compressed file is properly extracted, double-click the file “setup.exe.”
When the setup has been initialized, a “Welcome” dialog box appears.
NOTE
3
When running under Windows Vista / 7 / 8, the “User Account Control” dialog box may appear. Click [Continue] or
[Yes].
Click [Next]. The DME-N Network Driver will be installed.
When installation is complete, a message appears indicating that setup has been completed.
4
In order for the newly installed DME-N Network Driver to take effect, select “Yes, I want to
restart my computer now,” and click [Finish].
The computer will restart.
The DME-N Network Driver has been installed.
Uninstalling
Windows XP
1
Select [Control Panel]  [Add or Remove Programs].
The “Add or Remove Programs” dialog box appears.
2
Click [Remove] for the DME-N Network Driver.
Follow the onscreen instructions to uninstall the driver.
NOTE
If you attempt to reinstall the software after uninstalling it without first restarting your computer, the following
message will appear and the install process will be aborted.
“Restart your computer, then run the installer.”
The installer should run normally after your computer has been restarted.
Windows Vista / 7 / 8
1
Select [Control Panel]  [Programs and Features] or [Uninstall a program].
The “Uninstall or change a program” dialog box appears.
2
Select “Yamaha DME-N Network Driver” and click [Uninstall].
Follow the onscreen instructions to uninstall the driver.
NOTE
The “User Account Control” dialog box may appear. Click [Continue] or [Yes].
NOTE
If you attempt to reinstall the software after uninstalling it without first restarting your computer, the following
message will appear and the install process will be aborted.
“Restart your computer, then run the installer.”
The installer should run normally after your computer has been restarted.
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Setup
1
Log onto Windows with Administrator privileges.
NOTE
In order to use the DME-N Network Driver, the computer and the device must be properly connected and
configured. For details on connections, refer to “Connection of computer and device”. For details on
configuration, refer to “TCP/IP Settings” and “Troubleshooting (FAQ)”.
2
Access the Control Panel.
3
If the control panel appears as category view, switch the view as follows:
For Windows XP
Click [Switch to Classic View] in the upper left of the control panel.
For Windows Vista
Click [Classic View] in the upper left of the control panel.
For Windows 7 / 8
Click [View by : Category] in the upper right of the control panel, and select “Large icons” or “Small icons”.
4
Double-click [DME-N Network Driver] icon.
The “DME-N Network Driver” dialog box will appear.
NOTE
When running under Windows Vista / 7 / 8, the “User Account Control” dialog box may appear. Click [Continue] or
[Yes].
NOTE
If an application that uses the DME-N Network Driver is running at this time the “Quit all applications that use the
DME-N Network Driver in order to change settings.” message will appear. The DME-N Network Driver settings
cannot be changed while any application that uses the DME-N Network Driver is running.
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Set up the driver parameters via the “DME-N Network Driver” dialog box.
Click the [New] button to input the IP address and other information in Device Information 2 when the devices
connected are not displayed in Target Device List 1. Click the [Apply] button to register the device, then click
the [Save and Close] button to save the setting. When only one device is connected and the network setting is
initialized, the communication is available if “192.168.0.128” (M7CL/LS9) or “192.168.0.129” (DSP5D) is set in
Device Information 2. When connecting to multiple devices, click the [Advanced Settings] button to enable
the device to be detected automatically for convenient operation (page 8).
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2
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1 Target Device List
The name, IP address, MAC address, and MIDI port number of all devices registered to communicate with the
DME-N Network Driver are shown in this list. Click the title bars to sort accordingly.
When a device is selected in the list, information related to that device will appear in the device information
area (2) below the list.
Device Name
This column lists the names of devices. When a device is selected in the list, it’s name also appears in
the Device Name field in the device information area (2) below the list.
Device IP Address
The IP address of the corresponding device. When a device is selected in the list, it’s IP address also
appears in the Device IP Address field in the device information area (2) below the list.
Device MAC Address
The MAC address of the corresponding device. When a device is selected in the list, it’s MAC address
also appears in the Device MAC Address field in the device information area (2) below the list.
Device Port No.
The MIDI port number of the corresponding device. When a device is selected in the list, it’s MIDI port
number also appears in the Device Port No. field in the device information area (2) below the list.
[New] Button
Click this button to add a new device to the list. Edit the device’s parameters as required via the fields in
the device information area (2) below the list, then click the [Apply] button to add the specified device.
[Duplicate] Button
This button adds a device to the list by copying the data from the currently selected device. Edit the new
device’s parameters as required via the fields in the device information area (2) below the list, then click
the [Apply] button to add the specified device.
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[Remove] Button
Deletes the selected device from the list. If the removed device is not the lowest device in the list, all
devices below the removed device will be shifted upward to maintain the continuity of the list.
[Remove ALL] Button
Deletes all devices from the list.
[Undo] Button
This button provides a one-step undo function that allows you to undo a single operation and revert to the
previous state. The [Undo] button will be grayed out and inaccessible immediately after an undo
operation or after the control panel is launched.
2 Device Information
When a device that is registered for communication with the DME-N Network Driver is selected in the Target
Device List, the communication parameters for that device can be viewed and edited in the Device
Information fields.
Device Name
This is the name of the device selected in the Target Device List. The initial default settings are “UNIT1”
through “UNIT256,” but the name can be edited as required in the Device Name field.
Device IP Address
The IP address of the device selected in the Target Device List can be set via these fields. Refer to the
manual of the corresponding device for details on checking and setting its IP address.
NOTE
The IP address must be set properly or communication with the device will not be possible.
Device MAC Address
The MAC (Media Access Control) address of the device can be set via these fields. The MAC address of
each device is permanently assigned when the device is manufactured and cannot be changed. The
MAC address parameter is included to prevent data from being sent to the wrong device if the IP
address in inadvertently set incorrectly. Refer to the manual of the corresponding device for details on
checking its MAC address.
NOTE
The MAC address must be set properly or communication with the device will not be possible.
NOTE
The MAC address of the connected device cannot be changed.
Device Port No.
The MIDI port number of the device selected in the Target Device List can be set via this menu. The MIDI
port number also functions as device ID number. It should be set to “1” for M7CL/LS9/DSP5D.
NOTE
The MIDI port number must be set properly or communication with the device will not be possible.
[Apply] Button
Click the [Apply] button after editing the Device Name, Device IP Address, Device MAC Address, or
Device Port No. parameters to actually apply the changes. Also, devices added to the Target Device List
(1) by pressing the [New] or [Duplicate] buttons will only actually be registered for communication with
the DME-N Network Driver when the [Apply] button is pressed.
3 [Advanced Settings] Button
Opens the “Advanced Settings” dialog box.
This window provides access to advanced settings. For details refer to the “Advanced Setup” section.
4 [Save and Close] Button
Click the [Save and Close] button to close the “DME-N Network Driver” dialog box and save the settings.This
button is not accessible while an application that is using the DME-N Network Driver is running.
NOTE
Click the [Cancel] button if you want to close the window without saving any changes.
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Advanced Setup
The “Advanced Settings” dialog box can be opened by clicking the [Advanced Settings] button in the “DME-N
Network Driver” dialog box.
“Advanced Settings” Dialog Box
The parameters in the “Advanced Settings” dialog box set up the DME-N Network Driver for automatic device
detection, and allow saving and loading setup files.
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Auto Detect
Allows automatic detection of connected devices. A maximum of 254 addresses (***.***.***.1 through
***.***.***.254) can be detected.
NOTE
Only MAC addresses of devices on the same subnet as the computer can be detected.
Before searching for MAC addresses make sure that the computer is connected to the subnet to be searched, and that an
appropriate IP address is assigned.
1 Detect from
Specifies the start IP address for automatic detection.
2 Detect to
Specifies the end IP address for automatic detection.
3 [Start] Button
Initiates automatic detection, and causes the detected device list (6) to be updated accordingly. This button is
grayed out and is not accessible during automatic detection.
4 [Abort] Button
Aborts automatic detection.
This button is grayed out when automatic detection is not in progress.
5 Currently searching
Displays the IP address being checked during automatic detection. No display when automatic detection is not
in progress.
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6 Detected Device List
This list shows all detected devices. No devices will be displayed initially.
[Add] Checkbox
Checked devices will be added to the Target Device List when the [Add to Device List] button (below) is
clicked. Devices that are already registered cannot be checked.
Device IP Address
The IP address of the corresponding detected device.
Device Name
If a name has been registered for the detected device it will be displayed here, otherwise no name will be
displayed.
Device MAC Address
The MAC address of the corresponding detected device.
7 [Add to Device List] Button
Devices with checked [Add] checkboxes will be added to the Target Device List when this button is clicked.
8 [Cancel] Button
Closes the dialog box without making any changes.
9 [Import Setup from File] Button
When working in a different environment it is possible to load a previously saved setup file. Click to open the
“Open existing file” dialog box.
Select a setup file and then click the [Open] button to import the corresponding settings.
) [Export Setup to File] Button
It is possible to save the setup data to a file that can then be reloaded when working in a different environment.
Click to open the “Saves the current file with a new name” dialog box.
Enter a file name and click the [Save] button to save the setup file.
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TCP/IP Settings
Windows XP
1
Access the Control Panel.
2
If the control panel appears as category view, click [Switch to Classic View].
3
Double-click [Network Connections]  [Local Area Connection].
The “Local Area Connection Status” dialog box will be displayed.
NOTE
4
If the “Local Area Connection properties” dialog box appears, skip ahead to step 5.
Click [Properties].
The “Local Area Connection Properties” dialog box will be displayed.
5
Select [Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)], then click [Properties].
The “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties” dialog box will be displayed.
6
Click [Use the following IP address].
7
Enter your computer’s IP address into [IP address], the Gateway’s IP address into [Default
gateway], and “255.255.255.0” into [Subnet mask].
NOTE
When installing on the same subnet as the DME unit(s), set the gateway’s host address to 254.
NOTE
It is recommended that you set the IP address to “192.168.0.3” when peer-to-peer connecting a single device to a
computer. For details on settings when connecting to multiple devices via a switching hub, refer to the installation
guide for each editor software.
8
Click [OK].
9
Restart your computer.
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Windows Vista / 7 / 8
1
Access the Control Panel, then click or double-click [Network and Sharing Center] or [View
network status and tasks].
The “Network and Sharing Center” is displayed.
2
Click [Manage network connection] or [Change adapter settings] from the “Tasks” list located
in the left side of “Network and Shareing Center” window, then double-click [Local Area
Connection].
The “Local Area Connection Status” dialog box will be displayed.
3
NOTE
The “User Account Control” dialog box may appear. Click [Continue].
NOTE
If the “Local Area Connection properties” dialog box appears, skip ahead to step 4.
Click [Properties].
The “Local Area Connection properties” dialog box will be displayed.
NOTE
4
The “User Account Control” dialog box may appear. Click [Continue].
Select [Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv4)], then click [Properties].
The “Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv4) Protocol” dialog box will be displayed.
5
Click [Use the following IP address].
6
Enter your computer’s IP address into [IP address], the Gateway’s IP address into [Default
gateway], and “255.255.255.0” into [Subnet mask].
7
NOTE
When installing on the same subnet as the DME unit(s), set the gateway’s host address to 254.
NOTE
It is recommended that you set the IP address to “192.168.0.3” when peer-to-peer connecting a single device to a
computer. For details on settings when connecting to multiple devices via a switching hub, refer to the installation
guide for each editor software.
Click [OK].
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Troubleshooting (FAQ)
When controlling the device from your computer via Ethernet, the device does not operate
correctly.
• Is the Ethernet cable connected correctly?
Refer to the “Connection of computer and device” section.
• Is the DME-N Network Driver set up appropriately?
Refer to the “Setup” section.
• Did you enter an appropriate IP address of the device?
For details on making settings of the IP Address of the devices, refer to the owner’s manual for each device.
If you are connecting the device to your computer in a one-to-one connection, we recommend that you make the following
initial settings.
IP address
192.168.0.128 (M7CL/LS9),
192.168.0.129 (DSP5D)
Gateway address
192.168.0.1
Subnet mask
255.255.255.0
Refer to the installation guide for each editor software when connecting to multiple devices with network switch.
• Is the computer network setup appropriately?
Confirm the network setup by following the procedures in the “TCP/IP Settings” section.
If you are connecting the device to your computer in a one-to-one connection, we recommend that you make the following
settings.
IP address
192.168.0.3
Subnet mask
255.255.255.0
Default gateway
192.168.0.1
Refer to the installation guide for each editor software when connecting to multiple devices with network switch.
• Are the settings of the device and peripheral network devices (including switching hubs) appropriate?
Refer to the relevant owner’s manuals for the device and peripheral network devices (including switching hubs) for details.
• Have you selected an appropriate ports in the Editor and Studio Manager?
Select the device as the input/output port settings of Editor and Studio Manager.
• Are you using the latest DME-N Network Driver?
The latest driver can be downloaded from the Yamaha website http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/
• Are the settings of your security software appropriate?
If using Windows firewall:
For Windows XP
Click [Control Panel]  [Windows Firewall]  [General] tab. Remove the [Don’t allow exceptions] checkbox.
For Windows Vista
Click [Control Panel]  [Windows Firewall]  [Change settings]  [General] tab. Remove the [Block all incoming
connections] checkbox.
For Windows 7 / 8
Click [Control Panel]  [Windows Firewall]. Confirm the communication with the DME-N Network Driver is permitted at
[Inbound Rules] and [Monitoring]  [Firewall].
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If using other security software:
Either set the security software to allow use of TCP port number 12300 on the network card being used by the DME-N
Network Driver.
C.S.G., Pro Audio Division
© 2012 Yamaha Corporation
210MW-A0
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