Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of WAM/HardwareSetup


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Jan 19, 2012, 11:32:58 PM (8 years ago)
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kpm
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  • WAM/HardwareSetup

    v4 v5  
    100100If you are using wired Ethernet to communicate between your personal computer and the internal WAM PC, attach the Ethernet cable from the network port on the WAM to a port on an Ethernet switch or hub.  If you are using wireless Ethernet, connect the provided wireless access point (AP) to the network port of the WAM. When the WAM turns on, it will request an IP address from a DHCP server.
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    102 The provided AP will return an address of the form: 192.168.nnn.100, and the ssid of the AP is WAM-nnn, where nnn is the serial number of your WAM. You can use a laptop PC or other wireless-enabled device to connect to the AP. You can also log in and configure the AP by going to http://192.168.nnn.30. Username is “admin”, password is “WAM”. Once logged in to the AP, you can check the IP addresses assigned by DHCP by clicking on the “DHCP” button on the left-hand side of the web page. Your PC’s network name will be listed there, and there should be an entry without a name- that is the WAM PC and its corresponding IP address. This is the address you will use to control the WAM.
     102The provided AP will return an address of the form: 192.168.nnn.100, and the ssid of the AP is WAM-nnn, where nnn is the serial number of your WAM. You can use a laptop PC or other wireless-enabled device to connect to the AP. You can also log in and configure the AP by going to !http://192.168.nnn.30. Username is “admin”, password is “WAM”. Once logged in to the AP, you can check the IP addresses assigned by DHCP by clicking on the “DHCP” button on the left-hand side of the web page. Your PC’s network name will be listed there, and there should be an entry without a name- that is the WAM PC and its corresponding IP address. This is the address you will use to control the WAM.
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    104104You may want to add a static entry for the WAM in your DHCP server to make future log-ins easier.