OptoLyzer Suite Start-up Guide V1-00-XX-7 Application Note

OptoLyzer Suite Start-up Guide V1-00-XX-7 Application Note
Multimedia and Control
Networking Technology
OptoLyzer Suite
Start-up Guide
V1.10.X
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Version: V1.0.X-7
Date: 2013-07-04
MOST®
Media Oriented Systems Transport
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Table of Contents
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
3
PREFACE
5
Intended Use
Software on the CD
Information Sources
Term Definitions
5
5
6
7
INTRODUCTION
8
Features
PC System Requirements
Licensing
9
10
10
USE WITH AN OPTOLYZER OL3XXX
11
3.1
Connect to the OptoLyzer OL3XXX
3.1.1
Direct Connection via Cross-link Cable
3.1.2
Direct Connection via USB-Ethernet Adapter
3.1.3
Connection via Corporate Network
3.2
Basic Steps
3.3
OptoLyzer Suite Update Procedure
11
12
14
15
16
18
4
19
4.1
5
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
USE STANDALONE (OFFLINE ANALYSIS)
OptoLyzer Suite Update Procedure
20
USE WITH A MEDIALB MONITOR
21
Installation of OptoLyzer Suite
Connect the MediaLB Analyzer
USB Driver Installation
Work with the MediaLB Feature of the OptoLyzer Suite
Update Procedure
22
23
24
24
25
6
USE WITH OPTOLYZER MOCCA COMPACT 50E
26
7
USE WITH OPTOLYZER MOCCA COMPACT 150O
27
8
USE WITH MOST PC INTERFACES
28
9
FIREWALL SETTINGS
29
9.1
Set Port Number in Windows XP
29
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9.2
Set Port Number in Windows 7
30
APPENDIX A: LIST OF FIGURES
31
APPENDIX B: LIST OF TABLES
31
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1 Preface
1.1 Intended Use
This K2L product is intended to be used for developing, testing or
analyzing MOST - and MediaLB based multimedia products and
systems by persons with experience in developing multimedia devices.
Notice
Use this K2L product only with original K2L devices.
1.2 Software on the CD
The OptoLyzer Suite installation CD includes:
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•
•
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Installer of the OptoLyzer Suite including online help, drivers (e.g.,
for MediaLB) and OptoLyzer Suite Viewer
Installer of the OptoLyzer Components
Tool OfflineTimeSyncFileMerge
User manuals
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1.3 Information Sources
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Start-up Guide (this document):
It describes in a brief manner how
•
to connect the hardware components of the OptoLyzer
OL3XXX to the PC running the OptoLyzer Suite
•
to connect the hardware components of the MediaLB Analyzer
V2.0.1 to the PC running the OptoLyzer Suite
•
to install the OptoLyzer Suite supporting analysis and
verification of MOST network and MediaLB signal/data.
Hardware Manual OptoLyzer OL3XXX [1]:
It describes all features, functionality and technical specifications of
the OptoLyzer OL3XXX hardware in detail.
MediaLB Analyzer Hardware Manual [2]:
It describes the MediaLB Monitor and the MediaLB Active-Pods 3Pin and 6-Pin.
Online help of the OptoLyzer Suite [3]:
It describes the software usage in detail. Whenever help is needed
in the OptoLyzer Suite, press F1. Then use e.g., the Search
functionality in the help.
Media Local Bus Specification [4]:
It defines the MediaLB Physical-Layer and Link-Layer Protocol.
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1.4 Term Definitions
Term
Definitions
Active-Pod
MediaLB 3-Pin,
Active-Pod
MediaLB 6-Pin
APIPA
Part of the MediaLB Analyzer. It is a small housing that is directly
connected to the MediaLB Debug Header of the DUT. It buffers
the MediaLB signals and transfers them to the MediaLB Monitor
without compromising the signal integrity.
Automatic Private IP Addressing
Client PC
The OptoLyzer Suite is installed on a PC. This PC is called client
PC, additional or target PC.
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, a common TCPIP standard
for dynamic assignment of IP addresses and IP configurations.
OptoLyzer OL3XXX and the client PC are connected directly via
the shipped cross-link cable.
Device Under Test
DHCP
Direct Connection
DUT
Host
INIC
MBI
MediaLB
MediaLB Monitor
OptoLyzer MOCCA
compact 50e/
OptoLyzer MOCCA
compact 150o/
The OptoLyzer OL3XXX is designated as host.
Intelligent Network Interface Controller
Message Based Interface
Media Local Bus
Part of the MediaLB Analyzer. It transfers the incoming serial data
from the Active-Pod via USB to the Host PC.
Multibus hardware-interface from K2L.
MOST PC Interface
Generic term that covers e.g.: MOST PCI Interface 25o NIC,
MOST PCI Interface 25o, MOST PCI Interface 50e, MOST PCI
Interface 150o
OptoLyzer
Components
OptoLyzer OL3XXX
Tool covering developer interfaces and components used as base
for several tools.
Hardware of the OptoLyzer G2 3XXX (e.g., OptoLyzer OL3025o,
OptoLyzer OL3050e, or OptoLyzer OL3150o).
This is the software of the OptoLyzer G2 3025o, OptoLyzer G2
3050e and/or OptoLyzer G2 3150o. It covers the OptoLyzer Suite
main window and Viewer, Recorder, Graph and Watch. In
addition, the Transceiver and the MOST Interface Control can be
started in the OptoLyzer Suite.
OptoLyzer Suite
OptoLyzer Suite
Viewer
This is a stripped-down version of the full OptoLyzer Suite, but free
of charge. It offers first limited possibilities with regard to offline
analyzing (recorded files).
Trigger
A Trigger defines when to capture data from MediaLB.
Table 1-1: Term Definitions
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2 Introduction
The OptoLyzer Suite software is a state-of-the-art analysis tool, that
allows analyzing, monitoring, and debugging control, packet and
streaming data traffic on the MOST network and on the MediaLB. The
OptoLyzer Suite is an easy to handle user software based on an
intuitive usage concept supported by a comfortable online help. It can
operate in combination with an OptoLyzer OL3XXX (offering both onand offline analysis of MOST data; chapter 3), stand-alone (offering
offline analysis of MOST and MediaLB; chapter 4), or in combination
with MediaLB Monitor and Active-Pod MediaLB 3-Pin and 6-Pin
(supporting analyzing and visualizing of MediaLB data online; chapter
5). It also supports MOST PC Interfaces and OptoLyzer MOCCA
compact variants.
Recorded files, hardware triggers and the network traffic on the MOST
network can serve as data sources.
The OptoLyzer Suite must be installed on a client PC with Ethernet
connectivity. The client PC can be located somewhere in the Ethernet
network or can be connected directly (alternatively via USB).
Unlike the hardware component, the software operates independently
from any environmental network characteristics such as physical layer
properties. It can be seen as an upper layer, extendable by a wide
range of software extensions supporting further analysis or allowing to
run tests automatically. Nevertheless, hardware extensions for e.g.,
data logging are also applicable. All extensions whether hardware or
software sided can be used without consideration of any network
features.
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2.1 Features
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Support of MOST150, MOST50 and MOST25 networks
Support of MOST networks basing on optical or electrical Physical
Layer
Support of OptoLyzer OL3XXX, MediaLB Monitor, OptoLyzer
MOCCA compact variants and MOST PC Interfaces
Support of online and offline analysis and debugging
Full bandwidth spy for control, packet, and streaming data analysis
MOST network state tracking (e.g., light/lock, SBC, MPR, NPR)
Powerful viewing and coloring of all network events
Flexible filtering and triggering
Fully customizable Viewers to view and analyze data traffic
(Control, Packet and Streaming data)
Recording of MOST messages (Control, Packet and Streaming
data), Input Triggers, and Keyboard Events.
Storing spy data in .img, .xml, .op2, .txt format
Graphical interpretation of the data in a Graph
Focusing and displaying of specific Events in a Watch
Smart GUI customization according to user’s preferences
Data recovery in all modes (bypass, master, slave)
Node control software (MOST Interface Control and Transceiver
Software)
Powerful helpers (e.g., syntax tree, support of PBN and XML files)
Graphical user interfaces supporting sending and receiving of
Control data and sending of MBI messages
MediaLB support
Beagle Feeder support
RS232 Feeder support
File Feeder support
High level access to Plug-Ins (INIC Remote Viewer, MOST Radar,
DTCP Viewer, MOST System Radar, MOST Rapid Control)
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2.2 PC System Requirements
The following environment (minimum) is recommended for installation:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Pentium IV Class PC with hyper threading technology or dual core
processor with 2.66 GHz
2 GByte RAM
1 GByte free disk space (additional storage for recording required)
Ethernet (alternatively: USB2.0 High Speed and adapter) for
connecting an OptoLyzer OL3XXX
USB2.0 High Speed for connecting an MediaLB Monitor
Windows XP (SP3) or Windows 7 (32 and 64 bits) operating
system
2.3 Licensing
If the OptoLyzer Suite is used in combination with an OptoLyzer
OL3XXX it is licensed by a license number stored in the OptoLyzer
OL3XXX.
If the OptoLyzer Suite is used standalone it is licensed by a WIBU-KEY
plugged into the PC running OptoLyzer Suite.
If the OptoLyzer Suite is used in combination with a MediaLB Monitor
it is licensed by a license number stored in the MediaLB Monitor.
If the OptoLyzer Suite is used in combination with an OptoLyzer
MOCCA compact 50e or OptoLyzer MOCCA compact 150o it is
licensed by a license number stored in the OptoLyzer MOCCA compact
50e or OptoLyzer MOCCA compact 150o.
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3 Use with an OptoLyzer OL3XXX
In combination with the OptoLyzer OL3XXX the OptoLyzer Suite
software allows online analyzing, monitoring, and debugging control,
packet and streaming data traffic on the MOST network.
K2L recommends to read the sections about connection concepts and
to decide which of them you want to use. Afterwards proceed with
section Basic Steps on page 16.
3.1 Connect to the OptoLyzer OL3XXX
There are several possibilities how to connect an OptoLyzer OL3XXX.
Connection concepts:
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•
•
Direct Connection via Cross-link Cable (see page 12)
This connection is recommended by K2L.
Direct Connection via USB-Ethernet Adapter (see page 14)
Connection via Corporate Network (see page 15)
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3.1.1 Direct Connection via Cross-link Cable
PC has no access to corporate network. This is a typical connection
setup in a lab or in the field / car.
100Base-T
Cross-link cable
Laptop or PC
OptoLyzer OL3XXX
Figure 3-1: Direct Connection via Cross-link Cable
1.
2.
3.
OptoLyzer OL3XXX has an APIPA address:
IP = 169.254.x.y
Subnet Mask = 255.255.0.0
PC must also have an APIPA address to enable communication.
Check with IPCONFIG command on Windows command line.
a) Click Start > Run
b) Enter ‘cmd’ in order to open a command shell.
c) Enter ‘ipconfig’ and press ‘Return’.
d) The current values of IP and the Subnet Mask are shown.
e) Check whether they are matching to the values in step 1.
PC must not use a static IP on its Ethernet interface.
a) Click Start > Settings > Control Panel.
b) Double-click ‘Network Connections’.
c) Select the connection that is connected to the OptoLyzer
OL3XXX.
d) Right-click to open the context menu.
e) Select ‘Properties’.
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Figure 3-2: Internet Protocol Properties
f)
g)
h)
If not done, select the settings as shown above so that the IP
address is obtained automatically.
Press the ‘OK’ button. If necessary, follow the system
instructions.
After this is done wait up until a minute then press the
‘Refresh’ button of the property window of the OptoLyzer
OL3XXX.
The OptoLyzer OL3XXX can transfer data to the PC at full bandwidth.
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3.1.2 Direct Connection via USB-Ethernet Adapter
OptoLyzer OL3XXX can be exclusively used by the laptop user.
Optional
Hub /
Switch
Ethernet
interfaces
Ethernet Connection
USB Connection
Laptop or PC
USB Ethernet
Adapter
Ethernet Connection
OptoLyzer OL3XXX
Figure 3-3: Direct Connection via USB Ethernet Adapter
1.
2.
Here apply the same restrictions and configuration for the IP
addresses of OptoLyzer OL3XXX and PC as for the connection via
cross-link cable, see above on page 12.
PC must not use a static IP on its USB-Ethernet interface.
The PC has full access to the corporate network.
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3.1.3 Connection via Corporate Network
From your laptop/PC you have comfortable remote access to several
OptoLyzer OL3XXX hooked up to your company network.
Ethernet
interface
100Base-T
Corporate
network
Laptop or PC
Hub /
Switch
100Base-T
OptoLyzer OL3XXX
Figure 3-4: Connection via Corporate Network
1.
2.
3.
OptoLyzer OL3XXX must be allowed to obtain a valid IP address
from the corporate DHCP-server.
A minimum bandwidth of 6 MBytes/s on the Ethernet connection is
required for each OptoLyzer OL3XXX to handle its data.
Check firewall settings of your corporate network in case of
connection problems:
port numbers: 27994 up to 28004
for both protocols UDP and TCP must be accessible
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3.2 Basic Steps
These basic steps have to be performed:
1.
2.
3.
Read the Hardware Manual OptoLyzer OL3XXX [1] and integrate
the OptoLyzer OL3XXX in the MOST network.
Connect the OptoLyzer OL3XXX to the PC the OptoLyzer Suite is
running according to the connection concept you prefer as
described in section ‘Connect to the OptoLyzer OL3XXX’ on page
11.
Install the OptoLyzer Suite on the connected PC or Laptop using
the OptoLyzer Suite installation CD. Perform the following steps:
a) Login in as a user with administrator rights.
b) Insert the OptoLyzer Suite installation CD in a CD drive of the
PC.
c) The auto run mechanism starts the CD.
Notice If no auto run mechanism is supported, execute the
Launch.exe that can be found on the CD.
d) In the CD menu click “Install”.
e) Click “Install OptoLyzer Components”
f) Install it on the PC. Follow the instructions.
Notice If the installer detects an older version of OptoLyzer
Components remove it first if not done automatically.
Then start the installation again.
g) After completing the installation of OptoLyzer Components
click “Install OptoLyzer Suite” (current version).
h) Install it on the PC. Follow the instructions.
i) Remove the CD.
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4.
5.
Use the online help of OptoLyzer Suite.
a) Start OptoLyzer Suite.
b) Press F1 to access the online help.
c) Click on Overview at the top of the Contents tab.
d) Click on ‘Add First OptoLyzer OL3XXX’ located in the Getting
Started section of the help text.
Further details around the OptoLyzer Suite are explained by
the context sensitive online help. Additionally, use the ‘How Do
I’ section to get familiar with basic topics.
Check the Firewall Settings on page 29 for the ports used in
OptoLyzer Suite.
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3.3 OptoLyzer Suite Update Procedure
If the OptoLyzer Suite has to be updated, perform the following steps:
1.
2.
3.
Login in as a user with administrator rights.
Click ‘Start | All Programs | K2L | OptoLyzer Suite | Check for
OptoLyzer Suite Updates’.
Both OptoLyzer Suite and OptoLyzer Components updates are
shown.
Follow the instructions.
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4 Use Standalone (Offline Analysis)
If you use the OptoLyzer Suite standalone i.e., without connecting the
PC to an OptoLyzer OL3XXX or to a MediaLB Monitor you are able to
analyze MOST or MediaLB data offline. Perform the following steps.
1.
2.
Install the OptoLyzer Suite on the connected PC or Laptop using
the OptoLyzer Suite installation CD. Perform the following steps:
a) Login in as a user with administrator rights.
b) Insert the OptoLyzer Suite installation CD in a CD drive of the
PC.
c) The auto run mechanism starts the CD.
Notice If no auto run mechanism is supported, execute the
Launch.exe that can be found on the CD.
d) In the CD menu click “Install”.
e) Click “Install OptoLyzer Components”
f) Install it on the PC. Follow the instructions.
Notice If the installer detects an older version of OptoLyzer
Components remove it first if not done automatically.
Then start the installation again.
g) After completing the installation of OptoLyzer Components
click “Install OptoLyzer Suite” (current version).
h) Install it on the PC. Follow the instructions.
Remove the CD.Plug the USB dongle (WIBU-KEY) on the PC. The
WIBU-KEY is part of the shipment.
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3.
Use Online Help of OptoLyzer Suite.
a) Start OptoLyzer Suite.
b) Press F1 to access the online help.
c) Click on Overview at the top of the Contents tab.
d) Click on ‘Add First OptoLyzer OL3XXX’ located in the Getting
Started section of the help text.
Further details around the OptoLyzer Suite are explained by the context
sensitive online help. Additionally, use the ‘How Do I’ section to get
familiar with basic topics.
4.1 OptoLyzer Suite Update Procedure
If the OptoLyzer Suite has to be updated perform the following steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Login in as a user with administrator rights.
Remove the old version of OptoLyzer Suite. Use the standard
mechanism of Windows.
Download the new version of OptoLyzer Suite from our homepage
http://www.K2L.de. Then double-click the installer and follow the
instructions.
If the OptoLyzer Suite installation procedure requires also to install
a new version of OptoLyzer Components, first remove the old
version of OptoLyzer Components. Use the standard mechanism
of Windows.
Download the new version of OptoLyzer Components from our
homepage http://www.K2L.de.
Afterwards double-click the installer and follow the instructions.
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5 Use with a MediaLB Monitor
For analyzing and debugging MediaLB data online the MediaLB
Monitor has to be connected to a client PC the OptoLyzer Suite
software is running.
You have to perform the steps described in the following sections.
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5.1 Installation of OptoLyzer Suite
To run the MediaLB Analyzer you need to have OptoLyzer Suite V1.4.3
(or newer) installed. If you run an OptoLyzer Suite version older than
V1.4.3 you need to de-install the program. Use the standard
mechanism of Windows (Start the Control Panel, click ‘Add or Remove
Programs’ and remove current version of ‘OptoLyzer Components’.). In
this case, start installation of MediaLB Analyzer with the steps
described below in this section. If you already run OptoLyzer Suite
V1.4.3 or a newer version start installation of the MediaLB Analyzer
with the steps described in the following sections.
1.
2.
3.
Check, if MediaLB Monitor ((3), see Figure 5-1 on page 23) is not
connected to the PC/laptop. If it is connected, disconnect the
device and remove power supply and Active-Pod.
Install the OptoLyzer Suite on the connected PC or Laptop using
the OptoLyzer Suite installation CD. Perform the following steps:
a) Login in as a user with administrator rights.
b) Insert the OptoLyzer Suite installation CD in a CD drive of the
PC.
c) The auto run mechanism starts the CD.
Notice If no auto run mechanism is supported, execute the
Launch.exe that can be found on the CD.
d) In the CD menu click “Install”.
e) Click “Install OptoLyzer Components”
f) Install it on the PC. Follow the instructions.
Notice If the installer detects an older version of OptoLyzer
Components remove it first if not done automatically.
Then start the installation again.
g) After completing the installation of OptoLyzer Components
click “Install OptoLyzer Suite” (current version).
h) Install it on the PC. Follow the instructions.
Proceed with the hardware installation described in section 5.2.
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5.2 Connect the MediaLB Analyzer
Figure 5-1 gives an overview of the entire MediaLB Analyzer and
depicts how the single components are arranged.
Figure 5-1: MediaLB Analyzer Overview
The steps are based on Figure 5-1 and explained from left to right.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Connect the Active-Pod (2) to the MediaLB port of the DUT (1) by
directly plugging it onto a dedicated MediaLB Debug Connector.
For the pin assignment, refer to the delivered MediaLB Analyzer
Hardware Manual [2].
Connect the Active-Pod (2) and the MediaLB Monitor (3) via the
delivered cable.
Connect power supply to the MediaLB Monitor (3).
Connect MediaLB Monitor (3) and Host PC/laptop (4) with the USB
cable which is part of the delivery.
Proceed with the USB driver installation described in section 5.3.
Notice
The USB connector on the PC has to be a USB 2.0 High
Speed connector (5). Check it in the Device Manager. If the
Device Manager shows an Enhanced USB Host Controller,
the connector has USB 2.0 High Speed capability.
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5.3 USB Driver Installation
After connecting the MediaLB Monitor (3) to the USB 2.0 High Speed
Port (5) of the PC/laptop (4) the hardware wizard opens with the
recommended installation preselected.
1.
2.
3.
Follow the steps. After clicking Finish, the hardware wizard opens
again (recommended installation preselected) for continuing
installation.
Follow the steps.
Click Finish. The hardware is installed.
5.4 Work with the MediaLB Feature of the
OptoLyzer Suite
1.
2.
3.
Start OptoLyzer Suite (6).
Press F1 for accessing the online help.
Add a MediaLB USB device like it is described in the online help.
Hint: Use the ‘Search’ dialog and type: Add a new MediaLB USB
device.
Notice
For starting your work quickly and most efficient, refer to the
following sections of the online help. Again, use the ‘Search’
dialog and type the following:
•
MediaLB Level1 > this section describes the creation of
MediaLB Transmission Events.
•
Predefined MediaLB Workspace > this section explains
how to access predefined tabs for filtering on specific
signals/data.
Further details around the MediaLB support of the OptoLyzer Suite are
explained by the context sensitive online help. Additionally, use the
‘Search’ dialog to access specific topics.
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5.5 Update Procedure
The update procedure covers two major blocks:
•
the installation of the new software versions of OptoLyzer Suite
and maybe OptoLyzer Components and
•
the reconnection of the MediaLB Monitor.
The following steps have to be performed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Login in as a user with administrator rights.
Click ‘Start | All Programs | K2L | OptoLyzer Suite | Check for
OptoLyzer Suite Updates’.
Both OptoLyzer Suite and OptoLyzer Components updates are
shown.
Follow the instructions.
After completion of the software installation disconnect all cables
from the MediaLB Monitor (see Figure 5-1 on page 23).
Reconnect all cables as described in section 5.2 on page 23. This
causes an automatic update of the MediaLB Monitor firmware.
The firmware update of the MediaLB Monitor completes the update
procedure.
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6 Use with OptoLyzer MOCCA compact
50e
If the OptoLyzer Suite is used together with an OptoLyzer MOCCA
compact 50e, follow these steps:
1. Login in as a user with administrator rights.
2. Install the ‘MOCCA Connector’, a software layer on the PC that
connects the OptoLyzer MOCCA compact 50e with the OptoLyzer
Suite. Therefore refer to its documentation and open the current
version of the document
‘How To Install MOCCA compact OptoLyzer Suite’ and follow the
instructions.
3. After completion of the installation steps start the MOST Tool Kit
Configurator.
Click ‘Start | All Programs | K2L | MOST Tool Foundation | MOST
Tool Kit Configurator’.
4. Select the desired OptoLyzer MOCCA compact 50e and click 'Set
as Default'.
5. Start the OptoLyzer Suite.
Click ‘Start | All Programs | K2L | OptoLyzer Suite | OptoLyzer
Suite’.
6. Press F1 for accessing the online help.
7. Add an OptoLyzer MOCCA compact 50e like it is described in the
onlinehelp.
Hint: Use the ‘Search’ dialog and type: Add a new OptoLyzer
MOCCA compact 50e.
Further details around the OptoLyzer MOCCA compact 50e support of
the OptoLyzer Suite are explained by the context sensitive online help.
Additionally, use the ‘Search’ dialog to access specific topics.
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7 Use with OptoLyzer MOCCA compact
150o
If the OptoLyzer Suite is used together with an OptoLyzer MOCCA
compact 150o, follow these steps:
1. Login in as a user with administrator rights.
2. Install the ‘MOCCA Connector’, a software layer on the PC that
connects the OptoLyzer MOCCA compact 150o with the OptoLyzer
Suite. Therefore refer to its documentation and open the current
version of the document
‘How To Install MOCCA compact OptoLyzer Suite’ and follow the
instructions.
3. After completion of the installation steps start the MOST Tool Kit
Configurator.
Click ‘Start | All Programs | K2L | MOST Tool Foundation | MOST
Tool Kit Configurator’.
4. Select the desired OptoLyzer MOCCA compact 150o and click 'Set
as Default'.
5. Start the OptoLyzer Suite.
Click ‘Start | All Programs | K2L | OptoLyzer Suite | OptoLyzer
Suite’.
6. Press F1 for accessing the online help.
7. Add an OptoLyzer MOCCA compact 150o like it is described in the
online help.
Hint: Use the ‘Search’ dialog and type: Add a new OptoLyzer
MOCCA compact 150o.
Further details around the OptoLyzer MOCCA compact 150o support of
the OptoLyzer Suite are explained by the context sensitive online help.
Additionally, use the ‘Search’ dialog to access specific topics.
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8 Use with MOST PC Interfaces
If the OptoLyzer Suite is used together with a MOST PC Interface,
follow these steps:
1. Login in as a user with administrator rights.
2. Install the MOST Tool Kit. This step covers the installation of a
MOST PC Interface, the installation of drivers and the installation of
the MOST Tool Foundation. For details refer to the corresponding
install guide that can be found on the MOST Tool Kit CD.
3. Install the OptoLyzer Components and the OptoLyzer Suite. Both
installers can be found on the OptoLyzer Suite installation CD. A
detailed description can also be found in section 3.2 on page 16.
4. After completion of the installation steps start the MOST Tool Kit
Configurator.
Click ‘Start | All Programs | K2L | MOST Tool Foundation | MOST
Tool Kit Configurator’.
5. Select the desired MOST PC Interface and click 'Set as Default'.
6. Start the OptoLyzer Suite.
Click ‘Start | All Programs | K2L | OptoLyzer Suite | OptoLyzer
Suite’.
7. Press F1 for accessing the online help.
8. Add a MOST PC Interface like it is described in the online help.
Hint: Use the ‘Search’ dialog and type: Add a new MOST PC
Interface.
Further details around the MOST PC Interface support of the OptoLyzer
Suite are explained by the context sensitive online help. Additionally,
use the ‘Search’ dialog to access specific topics.
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9 Firewall Settings
If a firewall is installed on the laptop/PC the firewall settings must be
adapted for the connected OptoLyzer OL3XXX. In order to build up a
connection to the OptoLyzer OL3XXX ask the corporate IT
administrator for help e.g., to define a trusted subnet (IP address:
169.254.00, Subnet mask: 255.255.0.0, port numbers: 27994 up to
28004 for both protocols UDP and TCP).
9.1 Set Port Number in Windows XP
In the following example the specification of an exception is described
for port number 28004 and protocol TCP. The same procedure has to
be performed for the entire port number range 27994 up to 28004 for
both protocols UDP and TCP.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Login as a user with administrator rights.
Start Control Panel.
Start Windows Firewall.
If another application is used for maintaining the firewall, ask the
corporate administrator for help.
Switch to tab Exceptions.
Click ‘Add Port’.
Enter the port number e.g., 28004 and a friendly name.
Select the TCP radio button and click OK.
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9.2 Set Port Number in Windows 7
In the following example the specification of an exception is described
for port number 28004 and protocol TCP. The same procedure has to
be performed for the entire port number range 27994 up to 28004 for
both protocols UDP and TCP.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Login as a user with administrator rights.
Click the Start Button.
Type ‘Firewall’ in the search box.
Click ‘Windows Firewall’ in the results.
In the left pane, click ‘Advanced settings’. If you're prompted for an
administrator password or confirmation, type the password or
provide confirmation.
6. In the left pane, click ‘Inbound Rules’, in the right pane click ‘New
Rules’.
7. Click ‘Port’ and ‘Next’.
8. Select ‘TCP’ and specify the port number (28004) and click ‘Next’.
9. Select ‘Allow the connection’ and click ‘Next’.
10. Check the profile(s) as desired i.e., Domain, Private, Public and
click ‘Next’.
11. Enter a name and click ‘Next’.
12. Repeat step 6 up to step 11 for Outbound Rules.
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Appendix A: List of Figures
Figure 3-1: Direct Connection via Cross-link Cable .................. 12
Figure 3-2: Internet Protocol Properties .................................... 13
Figure 3-3: Direct Connection via USB Ethernet Adapter......... 14
Figure 3-4: Connection via Corporate Network ........................ 15
Figure 5-1: MediaLB Analyzer Overview .................................. 23
Appendix B: List of Tables
Table 1-1: Term Definitions ......................................................... 7
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