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NBB-115 & NBB-230: Network Boot Bars - User's Guide
If a "Reboot" Command is applied to Plug 3, the NBB will respond as follows:
1. Turn Off Plug 3, Wait 5 Seconds, Turn On Plug 3.
If a Reboot Command is applied to All Plugs, the NBB will respond
as follows:
1. Turn Off all five plugs (short delay between plugs.)
2. Wait 1 Second, Turn On Plug 1, Wait 1 Second.
3. Wait 2 Seconds, Turn On Plug 2, Wait 2 Seconds.
4. Wait 5 Seconds, Turn On Plug 3, Wait 5 Seconds.
5. Wait 1 Minute, Turn on Plug 4, Wait 1 Minute.
6. Wait 1 Second, Turn on Plug 5.
5.3.4. Network Parameters Menus
The Network Parameters Menus are used to select the IP Address and other
network parameters.
Web Browser Interface: Click the "Setup" button to access the Setup
Menus, and then click the "Network Parameters" button. The Web
Parameters Menu will be displayed as shown in Figure 5.9.
Text Interface: Type /N and press [Enter]. The Network Parameters
Menu will be displayed as shown in Figure 5.10.
Notes:
Although the Web Browser Interface and Text Interface both
allow configuration of the same network parameters, note that
for the Text Interface, the IP Security feature is configured via a
separate submenu. For more information on IP Security, please
refer to Section 5.3.4.1.
Settings for network parameters depend on the configuration of
your individual network. Contact your network administrator
for appropriate settings.
The Network Parameters Menu allows the following parameters to be defined.
Except where noted, all parameters listed here are available via both the Web
Browser Interface and the Text Interface.
IP Address: Defines the IP address for the NBB unit.
(Default = 192.168.168.168.)
Subnet Mask: Defines the Subnet Mask for the NBB unit.
(Default = 255.255.255.0.)
Gateway Address: Defines the Gateway Address for the NBB unit.
(Default = undefined.)
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