Configuration is normally done on the Network but, in some instances, it may be necessary to connect to the Smart Receiver(s) directly.

Before the Smart Receiver(s) can be configured, fixed IP Addresses should be assigned to each Unit by the Network Manager.

You should also know the Subnet and Gateway addresses.

The Smart Receiver should be connected to the network using a straight-through network lead (supplied).

Assigning IP Addresses to the Smart Receiver(s)

1.Access the SR2 NW Network - Configuration Utility

Either:

i.Click on this link: www.supportftp.hanwell.com/Utilities/SRNetworkConfig.zip to access the SR2 Network Configuration Utility directly.

The Opening SRNetworkConfig.zip window is displayed. See Figure 162 below:

Figure 162

Open SR2Networkconfig

ii.Either: Check on the Open with radio button and select an application to open the .zip file from the drop-down list.

Or: Check the Save File radio button to save the file and open it later.

iii.If you selected Open with, click on the SRNetworkConfig folder in the displayed window.

iv.Right click on the opened folder and select Extract all... from the displayed menu.

v.Select a location to extract the application to in the displayed Extract Compressed (Zipped) Folders window. See Figure 163 below:

Figure 163

Extract compressed SR2 Network Config

vi.Click on Extract.

vii.Navigate to the chosen location.

viii.Open the SRNetworkConfig folder.

ix.Click on the SRNetworkConfig.exe icon.

The SR2 NW Network - Configuration utility's home page is displayed, with the Network tab selected. See Figure 164 below.

Or:

Access the SR2 NW Network Configuration Utility via the EMS Remote Management Tool:

i.Run the EMS Remote Management Tool. See the EMS Remote Management Tool Manual (Document Number: IM6000).

The EMS Remote Management Tool window is displayed. See Figure 164 below:

Figure 164

SR2 Remote Management Tools Windows

ii.Select Tools from the main toolbar (see Figure 164 above) and then click on SR2 Network Configuration in the displayed menu.

The SR2 NW Network - Configuration utility's home page is displayed, with the Network tab selected. See Figure 165 below:

Figure 165

SR2 Network Configuration Window

2.Enter Details into the SR2 NW Network - Configuration Utility's Window

i.Click the Search icon on the Configuration Tool toolbar. See Figure 165 above.

The program will search for any SR2s and populate the Board list field on the left of the window with a list of all of the SR2s on the network. See Figure 166 below:

Figure 166

SR2 Network Configuration Window LH List

 

The Complete searching window will be displayed when all SR2s have been located.
Click on Close to dismiss the window. See Figure 167 below:

Figure 167

Complete Searching for SR2s

If there are no SR2s found you will need to get the IT Department to check the network.

The SR2s can be connected directly to a laptop using a crossover cable to confirm their operation.

Note:You must be on the same subnet for this broadcast to work. If not, tick the Direct IP Search box (See Figure 166 above).

ii.Click once on the Wiznet Mac address of the required Unit in the Board List field to select it (See Figure 166 above).

iii.Enter the Network Configuration details into the Network field as specified by your Network Manager and/or as found in the EMS IT Pre-Requisites document (Document Number: GD6101) i.e.:

Local IP

Local IP must be as given to you by IT.

Subnet

Subnet must be as given to you by IT.

Gateway

Gateway must be as given to you by IT.

Server IP

Server IP should be set to match the Local IP Address

Port

The Port numbers must both be the same and as given to you by IT and/or as found in the EMS IT Pre-Requisites Document (Document Number: GD6101). Hanwell recommended Default Port Number 10992. See Figure 168 below:

Figure 168

SR2 Configuration Window Port Numbers

iv.On the Network tab:

a)Set Operation Mode to Server.

b)Confirm that  the following options ARE NOT TICKED/CHECKED in the Network Configuration Utility's window:

Enable Serial Debug Mode

Enable DHCP Mode

Use UDP Mode

Warning:Selecting any of these options and then clicking on the Settings icon WILL disable the Control Device and require its return to the Manufacturer for resetting.

See Figure 169 below:

Figure 169

SR2 Configuration Further Configuration

v.Click on the Serial tab.

vi.Select the following values from the highlighted fields' drop-down lists on the Serial tab:

Smart Receiver Setting

Speed

115200

Parity

None

Data Bit

8

Stop Bit

1

Flow Ctrl

CTS / RTS

See Figure 170 below:

Figure 170

SR2 Configuration Serial Tab

vii.Enter the following values into the highlighted fields on the Option tab:

Smart Receiver Setting

Inactivity Time

10

Time

5

Size

255

Char

00

See Figure 171:

Figure 171

SR2 Configuration Option Tab

viii.Once all the changes have been made, click on the Setting icon to save the configuration settings. See Figure 171 above.

The following Status windows are displayed:

 

SR2 Processing Window

 

SR2 Complete Setting Window

 

ix.Click on Close on the Complete setting window.

x.Repeat Steps ii to viii for any additional SR2s on the Network.