It is possible at some time in the future that a new piece of software could be added to the server which causes a Port conflict.
Hanwell would recommend that the new item be given a different Port number; if this is not possible then a new Port Number can be allocated to the relevant EMS Service.
1.Select Device management from the SYSTEM ADMIN list in the System drop-down menu. See Figure 538 below:
•The Edit/View Control Devices window is displayed. See Figure 539 below:
•The Edit/View Hardware Services window is displayed showing details of each Hardware Service. See Figure 541 below:
1.Select Device management from the SYSTEM ADMIN list in the System drop-down menu. See Figure 542 below:
•The Edit/View Control Devices window is displayed. See Figure 543 below:
2.Select Edit/View HW Services from the DEVICE MANAGEMENT drop-down menu. See Figure 544 below:
3.The Edit/View Hardware Services window is displayed. See Figure 545 below:
4.Click on [Edit] on the line corresponding to the Hardware Service to be edited. See Figure 545 above.
•The Edit Hardware Service window is displayed. See Figure 546 below:
|Note:||You should only edit the IP Address or DB Logger Port Number (Port No:).|
5.Contact your IT Department or IT Service Provider to get a new IP Address or DB Logger Port Number.
6.Once you have the new details number enter them into the dialog boxes next to either IP Address: or Port No: (DB Logger Port Number).
|Note:||The details in the Hardware Service Name:, Accept Legacy: and DB Logger Service Port No: dialog boxes should not be changed.|
•The 'Yes' Accept Legacy: radio button should be checked if the Control Device receives data from Sensors which pre-date the 4000/5000 USB Series.
7.Once you are happy with the details, select Update Details.
•To make these changes take effect you will need to un-install the Hardware Services and re-install them.
See Document Number: IM5995 Hanwell EMS Installation Manual for details for details.