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860 DSPi tech manual: Remote Control Mode
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  860 DSP & 860 DSPi - Operation Manual, Section I: The Basics1.28  7.Remote Control Mode7 Introduction In Remote Control Mode the instrument has the ability to be controlled remotely over an internetconnection. This is extremely useful for remotely controlling an instrument in the field from theoffice. In order to use the Remote Control Mode on your 860 DSP, the instrument must beequipped with Ethernet Option (CI-1, CI-2, CI-3, CI-4, or CI-5). Remote Control Mode isstandard on the 860 DSPi.This section will provide you with a basic understandingof how to use Remote Control Mode   including:ãRequired SetupãLogging on to the NetworkãRemote Control Mode Operation Required Setup To use Remote Control Mode, you will need to set up some basic parameters, be sure you havecompleted Chapter 5: Initial Setup before proceeding through this chapter.To use Remote Control Mode with an internal cable modem, you will need to setup the internalcable modem. Be sure you have completed Section IV: Setup Functions , Chapter 2: InstrumentSetup Mode, CM/CPE Settings  before proceeding through this chapter.To use Wi-Fi Mode, you will need to set up some basic parameters. Be sure you have completedChapter 5: Initial Setup before proceeding through this chapter.To use Wi-Fi Mode with the internal Wi-Fi adapter, you will need to set up the internal Wi-Fiadapter. Be sure you have completed Section IV: Setup Functions , Chapter 2: InstrumentSetup Mode, Wi-Fi Settings  before proceeding through this chapter. Note: If your instrument does not include all of the features shown in thischapter, be sure to go on-line to www.trilithic.com  to update your firmwarefor free. This will allow you to upgrade your instrument to use all of thenewest free features that are included in this mode.  860 DSP & 860 DSPi - Operation Manual, Section I: The Basics1.29 Logging on to the Network Verify in the status bar, that the field to the left of the time says RDY . This indicates that theinstrument is ready to connect to a network.Before logging on to the network, the 860 DSPi’s communication port must be selected. Fromthe Installer , Service , Setup , or Utility menus, press the button to display the FunctionMenu . Use the buttons to highlight Change Network Port , and then press the button.The Change Network Port window will open. Use the buttons to highlight the desiredcommunication port, then press the button. Internal Cable Modem Connect the cable drop to the instrument’s SLM/Forward input, then select the PING icon fromthe Installer Menu. The Logging On To Network Window will show the progress of the logon process.When logon is complete, the Ping Mode will bedisplayed. Take note of the Our IP =###.###.###.### Field that is listed in the title bar.This represents the IP address that you will connectto using a PC’s web browser. Note: If you have not set the default downstream data carrier frequencyor it is incorrect it may take several minutes for the modem to find thedownstream data carrier. Note: If the instrument does not indicate RDY   within 10 seconds (30seconds if SSL is installed) after the instrument is turned on, power theunit off and back on. If the RDY message never shows up, you may nothave Ethernet Option (CI-1, CI-2, CI-3, CI-4, or CI-5) installed on yourinstrument. Note: The internal cable modem uses the measurement “F” connector.So, only network type tests (i.e. Ping , Thru Put , VoIP , Web Browser ,etc.) are available. If regular measurement modes are required, use theexternal RJ45 as your remote control network port.  860 DSP & 860 DSPi - Operation Manual, Section I: The Basics1.30 External RJ45 Port Connect the external network connection to theinstrument’s Ethernet port, then select the iconfrom the Installer Menu.The Logging On To Network Window will show theprogress of the logon process.When logon is complete, the Ping Mode will bedisplayed. Take note of the Our IP =###.###.###.### Field that is listed in the title bar.This represents the IP address that you will connectto using a PC’s web browser. Wi-Fi Select the icon from the Installer Menu.The Logging On To Network window will show theprogress of the logon process.When logon is complete, the Ping Mode will bedisplayed. Take note of the Our IP =###.###.###.### Field that is listed in the title bar.This represents the IP address that you will connectto using a PC’s web browser.  860 DSP & 860 DSPi - Operation Manual, Section I: The Basics1.31 A smaller control is provided as an alternative to thedefault display of the full instrument. Select the OpenSmall 860 DSP Control button. This will open a newwindow as displayed to the right. Use this control just asyou would the larger control.When you have finished using the small control, simplyclose the window. Remote Control Mode Operation To remotely control the 860 DSP or 860 DSPi froma PC, open the PC’s web browser and enter the IPaddress that was assigned to your instrument whenyou logged on to the network.The image to the right will be displayed in the webbrowser. Use any of the buttons on the image(except the button) to control the instrument asyou normally would.If you need to refresh the web browser image of theinstrument without pressing a key, click directly onthe image in the instrument’s display screen. Note: We recommend that your instrument is connected to AC powerwhen in Remote Control Mode. Note: The Remote Control Mode has been tested to work with thelatest versions of the Internet Explorer and Firefox web browsers. Thisfeature may not work with some other web browsers.
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