Configuration

Logging in to the internal web interface

  1. Open a web browser (i.e. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome).

  2. Enter the IP address of the product in the address field.

  3. Login with username admin and password admin.

Reviewing status and information about the product

  1. Log in to the internal web interface.

  2. Select Status in the left menu.

Changing IP settings

The product supports both DCHP and static IP settings.

  1. Log in to the internal web interface.

  2. Select Network in the left menu.

    Current IP settings are shown.

  3. Select Configuration to change the IP settings.

    Depending on which settings changed, the product may need to reboot.

  4. Select Link to change speed and duplex settings.

Configuring M-Bus transparent server settings

The product handles incoming TCP/IP connections and establishes a transparent link to the M-Bus interface.

  1. Log in to the internal web interface.

  2. Select M-Bus TCP/IP in the left menu.

  3. Select Accept Mode to change TCP server listening port and keep-alive settings.

  4. Select Disconnect Mode to change disconnect timeout.

Configuring M-Bus transparent local baud rate

  1. Log in to the internal web interface.

  2. Select M-Bus Serial in the left menu.

    The M-Bus local serial line statistics are shown.

  3. Select Configuration to change local M-Bus baud rate.

Configuring internal web interface settings

The internal web interface can handle different users and HTTPS when required

  1. Log in to the internal web interface.

  2. Select HTTP in the left menu.

    The internal web interface statistics are shown.

  3. Select Configuration to change internal web interface server settings.

  4. Select Authentication to change security settings.

Rebooting the product

  1. Log in to the internal web interface.

  2. Select System in the left menu.

  3. Select Reboot to reboot the device.

    Boot time is approximately 10 seconds.

Resetting to factory default settings via the web interface

  1. Log in to the internal web interface.

  2. Select System in the left menu.

  3. Select Factory Defaults to reset to factory default settings.

Updating the product remotely

The product can be remotely updated by uploading new firmware in the internal web interface.

  1. Log in to the internal web interface.

  2. Select System in the left menu.

  3. Select Browse to select the firmware file.

  4. Select Upload to start firmware update process.

    Firmware file name should be named cme3000.romz.

The latest firmware file can be found on Elvaco web site, http://www.elvaco.com.

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