to CalPod Controller LAN Connection
The PNA communicates with the CalPod controller over LAN. See
Step 5 "Select a LAN Connection Scheme" in the
CalPod User's Guide for
basic configuration options. The additional information below may be
Desktop icon for configuring LAN connection.
There is an icon on the PNA desktop labelled "CalPod LAN Config."
Executing this program presents three configuration choices:
1 - Direct Cable Connect - direct connection between the
PNA built-in LAN port and the CalPod controller, forces the built-in
LAN port to use a pre-defined static IP address.
2 - USB-to-LAN Adapter - does not modify the PNA built-in
LAN adapter configuration, uses the USB adapter.
3 - Reset Built-in LAN Adapter to default configuration (DHCP)
- must use this option if DHCP operation is desired when option 2 is
activated following option 1.
Instructions for setting static IP address for USB LAN adapter on PNA.
When the CalPod Controller connects to the PNA via the USB LAN
adapter, the USB LAN adapter must be configured for a static IP address.
Normally, selecting option 2 above sets the required static IP address.
However, some in some situations the USB LAN adapter is not configured
properly. For instance, multiple installations of the CalPod software may leave the USB LAN adapter configured for DHCP. When the
PNA is not able to communicate with the CalPod controller and the
cabling appears to be correct, follow the steps below to manually
configure USB LAN adapter.
Minimize the PNA application to access the Windows desktop.
Start > Settings > Network Connections.
should be two or more listings under “LAN or High-Speed Internet.”
Right click on the last item in the list and select Properties.
The listing under “Connect using:” should display “ASIX AX88772A
USB…..”. If not, then try another item in the list under “LAN or
selecting Properties for the appropriate item on the list, scroll
down and highlight “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)”
the IP address to 192.168.0.1 with a Subnet mask of 255.255.255.0.
OK as necessary to close dialog windows.
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Last Updated: May 11, 2015