IP-Port Network adapter

IP-Port Network adapter
IP-Port
Network Adapter 10/100 Mbps
IP-Port
Getting started
Getting started
1 Preparations
For manual IP setting, the IP settings must be made over
the serial port. The other settings can be made with the
web browser.
Note, the values used in this document for the IP settings (IP
192.168.0.1, MAC 00-02-b8-00-02-01) are only examples.
The real IP address is given from network administrator and
the MAC address is factory labelled on each IP-Port.
The reset button R has two functions: Short pressing gives a
normal Reset (restart), long pressing (3 s) activates
Configuration mode.
1. Check with the network administrator if automatic
(DHCP) or manual IP setting shall be used.
(Automatic IP setting is set as default in IP-Port, IP
address is 0.0.0.0)
2. If manual IT setting, ask for the IP settings from the
network administrator, such as IP address, netmask and
default gateway.
2 Connections
1. Connect the network port TP to the network with a TP
cable.
2. Connect POWER AC/DC to 12-24V AC/DC power.
3. Check that LED P green is blinking (Power and Started).
4. Check that LED L/A green are on (Valid link and activity
for the network ).
2. Activate Configuration mode (press R button on IP-Port
for 3 sec). The following text is displayed:
IP-Port command
Version: IP-Port STD 1.3
IP Address: 0.0.0.0
3. Set IP address with the ip command:
>ip 192.168.0.1
4. Set netmask with the mask command:
>mask 255.255.255.0
5. Set default gateway with the gw command:
>gw 255.255.255.25
6. Store changes to Flash memory with the store command:
>store (The text Warning, Store to Flash? Confirm with
yes is displayed)
7. Type yes to confirm.
>yes (The text Store to Flash and Restart is displayed and
IP-Port restarts)
Check other settings.
1. Start a web browser with the assigned IP address and
login with Password control.
2. Check and modify other settings if necessary.
3. If any settings are changed, don’t forget to store to Flash
memory.
Web browser
3 IP setting automatic (DHCP)
At automatic IP setting, the network has a DHCP server where
the settings are provided automatically.
1. Contact the network administrator to assign the IP address
for the IP-Port to the DHCP server with the MAC address.
control
4 IP setting manual
At manual IP setting, the settings manuel sets via serial port
with values from network administrator.
In this case the built in commando language is used.
If only the command is given, current value is displayed.
Changed settings must be stored by the command >store
1. Connect a Terminal (PC) to serial port S1 (run NCconfig
or a terminal program).
This document is a general product description and is subject to change without notice
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IP-Port
Getting started
5 Verify installation
1. Started and has power? LED P green is blinking.
2. Network link detected? LED L/A green is on.
3. Valid IP setting? Run ping command:
>ping 192.168.0.1 (example of assigned IP address)
4. Communication via the network to serial port(s)?
Strap pin 3,2 (TD, RD) on the serial port (for loopback).
Run Telnet. Make sure to enter the TCP port number that
the serial port is assigned to: >telnet 192.168.0.1 10001
(example of assigned IP address and TCP port number).
Verify that it connects.
5. Send/receive data by pressing a character key?
The character is sent via the network to the serial port and
back.
Verify network communication: LED L/A green is
blinking.
Verify serial communication: LED S1 yellow is blinking.
6 IP-Port overveiw
R-Button Reset, button via ventilation slits on the top.
AC/DC-Connection power, Terminal on the top.
P-GND-Connection protected ground, Terminal on the top.
TP-Connection, RJ45-Connector on the front.
RS232-Connection Serie-1, DB9F-connector on the front.
RS232-Connection Serie-2, Terminal on the top.
RS422/RS485-Connection, Terminal on the bottom.
P-Indicator green, LED via ventilation slits on the top.
L/A-Indicator green Network, LED RJ45 conn. on the front.
S1-Indicator yellow Serie-1, LED RJ45 conn. on the front.
S2-Indicator yellow Serie-2, LED via vent. slits on the top.
T-Indicator yellow Serie-2, LED via vent. slits on the top.
R Button Reset
T LED Status
AC/DC
P LED Pwr on
AC/DC
S2 LED Serial-2
P-GND
Connections and Indicators
Reset button R
Short pressing, gives normal Reset
Long pressing (3 s), activates command language via
serial-1 port
Indicators P L/A S1 S2 T
P Green LED, Power and started
L/A Green LED RJ45, Link and network communications
S1 Yellow LED RJ45, serial-1 communications
S2 Yellow LED, serial-2 communications
T Yellow LED, IP-Port running
Network port TP
RJ45 connector for Fast Ethernet 10/100 Mbps TP
Serial port S1 RS232 Modem
DB9F connector for RS232 Modem (DCE)
1. DCD Ut
Data Carrier
2. RD Ut
Receive Data
3. TD In
Transmit Data
4. DTR In
Data Terminal Ready
5. GND
Signal ground
6. DSR Ut
Data Set Ready
7. RTS In
Request To Send
8. CTS Ut
Clear To Send
9. RI
Ut
Ring
Serial port S2 RS232
Terminal-3 connector for RS232 (DTE)
1. GND
Signal ground
2. RD In
Receive Data
3. TD Ut
Transmit Data
Power POWER
Terminal-3 connector for power
4. AC/DC+
12/24V AC
5. AC/DC12/24V AC
6. P-GND
Protected ground
+12/24V DC
0V DC
Serial port S1 RS422/RS485
Terminal-6 connectors for RS422/RS485
7. VGnd
8. R+/T+
4-wire/2-wire
9. R-/T4-wire/2-wire
10. V+
11. T+
12. T-
+5V
4-wire
4-wire
RS232 Serial-2
RS232 Serial-1
L/A LED Link/Activity network
TP Network
RS422/RS485 Serial-1
S1 LED Serial-1
IP-Port
Network adapter
WHI Konsult AB
Scheelegatan 11 • 112 28 Stockholm
Tel. +46 8 449 05 30 • Fax +46 8 449 05 39
Mobile +46 705 36 77 22
Croptal AB
Svarvarvägen 1 • 132 38 Saltsjö-Boo
+46 707 71 53 00
E-post [email protected]
Webb http://www.ip-port.se
This document is a general product description and is subject to change without notice
2009-12-14
Getting started IP-port 1.0 GB.docx
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