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4.6. Network Parameters
In order to communicate with the NPS via network, the IP Address, Subnet Mask and Gateway
Address must first be defined via the Network Parameters menu. If desired, this menu also
allows you to implement IP Security features, which can restrict command mode access based
on the user's IP Address.
Settings for network parameters depend upon the configuration of your individual network.
Please contact your network administrator for appropriate settings, and then assign parameters
as described in this section.
To access the Network Parameters menu (Figure 7), type /N and press [Enter]. Note that this
menu is not available in User Mode. The following options are available:
1. IP Address: Defines the IP Address for the NPS unit (Default = undefined). Type 1
press [Enter], and follow the instructions in the submenu.
2. Subnet Mask: Defines the Subnet Mask for the NPS unit (Default = undefined). Type 2
press [Enter], and follow the instructions in the submenu.
3. Gateway Address: Defines the Gateway Address for the NPS unit (Default =
undefined). Type 3press [Enter], and follow the instructions in the submenu.
4. IP Security: Sets up the IP Security feature as described in Section 4.6.1.
5. Mac Address: Displays the unit's MAC Address. Note that this item is not used to
redefine the MAC Address.
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NPS Series - Network Power Switches, User's Guide Start-Up / Configuration
NETWORK PARAMETERS:
1. IP Address: (undefined)
2. Subnet Mask: (undefined)
3. Gateway Address: (undefined)
4. IP Security
MAC Address: 00-40-05-5e-f3-90
Enter Selection or <ESC> to Exit ...
Figure 7: Network Parameters Menu (System Mode Only)
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