Difference between revisions of "Connecting Satsite to Netping"

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# Plug NetPing to power supply with voltage of 110V - 220V and a frequency of 50/60 Hz.
 
# Plug NetPing to power supply with voltage of 110V - 220V and a frequency of 50/60 Hz.
 
# Connect NetPing to your PC.  
 
# Connect NetPing to your PC.  
## Note1: Glowing LED near a corresponding Ethernet port on a front panel means that a connection is successfully established.
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Note: Glowing LED near a corresponding Ethernet port on a front panel means that a connection is successfully established.
## Note2: The second Ethernet port may be used to plug any Ethernet devices including other NetPing devices, in a chain.
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=== Setup the Ethernet ===
 
# Assign the PC static IP address in the range 192.168.0.x /24 (except the IP 192.168.0.100).
 
# Assign the PC static IP address in the range 192.168.0.x /24 (except the IP 192.168.0.100).
 
# Access NetPing Web interface (http://192.168.0.100)  
 
# Access NetPing Web interface (http://192.168.0.100)  
 
# Use the default (User name: visor & Password: ping)
 
# Use the default (User name: visor & Password: ping)
# From setup -> Network settings change the IP to be part of your local network -> Apply changes (There is no DHCP option).  
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# From setup -> Network settings change the IP to be part of your local network -> Apply changes. [[File:netping-setup.png |500px]]
[[File:netping-setup.png |500px]]
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# Connect Netping Ethernet to your local network switch and access its web interface with the local IP.
 
# Connect Netping Ethernet to your local network switch and access its web interface with the local IP.
 
# Connect SatSite Network B port (the one closer to the Antenna) to NetPing second Ethernet port.
 
# Connect SatSite Network B port (the one closer to the Antenna) to NetPing second Ethernet port.
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=== Setup the power ===
 
# Connect test equipment to the power (NetPing doesn't recommend connecting the target device directly and they recommend using test device first).  
 
# Connect test equipment to the power (NetPing doesn't recommend connecting the target device directly and they recommend using test device first).  
# Try power cycling the test equipment  
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# Try powering up the test equipment. From Relays -> select the right relay -> Source of control -> Manual on [[File:netping-relays.png |500px]]
 
# Upon successful testing, plug the SatSite power to PWR sockets on a back panel of the NetPing.
 
# Upon successful testing, plug the SatSite power to PWR sockets on a back panel of the NetPing.
 
  
 
[[File:netping-satsite-1.png]]
 
[[File:netping-satsite-1.png]]

Latest revision as of 14:36, 13 February 2019

Installation

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  1. Plug NetPing to power supply with voltage of 110V - 220V and a frequency of 50/60 Hz.
  2. Connect NetPing to your PC.

Note: Glowing LED near a corresponding Ethernet port on a front panel means that a connection is successfully established.

Setup the Ethernet

  1. Assign the PC static IP address in the range 192.168.0.x /24 (except the IP 192.168.0.100).
  2. Access NetPing Web interface (http://192.168.0.100)
  3. Use the default (User name: visor & Password: ping)
  4. From setup -> Network settings change the IP to be part of your local network -> Apply changes. netping-setup.png
  5. Connect Netping Ethernet to your local network switch and access its web interface with the local IP.
  6. Connect SatSite Network B port (the one closer to the Antenna) to NetPing second Ethernet port.

Setup the power

  1. Connect test equipment to the power (NetPing doesn't recommend connecting the target device directly and they recommend using test device first).
  2. Try powering up the test equipment. From Relays -> select the right relay -> Source of control -> Manual on netping-relays.png
  3. Upon successful testing, plug the SatSite power to PWR sockets on a back panel of the NetPing.

netping-satsite-1.png