Windows XP & 2000 Network Setup for 793 Products

*You may need the Windows install CD to add Windows Components. 

*Log in with an account that has administrator privileges or as administrator to perform the follow setup.

*Starting in version 3.1A, the Test PC program in the Service Tools folder can be used to configure some of these steps.


FTP Setup

  1. Go to Control Panel
  2. Open "Add/Remove Programs"
  3. Click "Add/Remove Windows Components"
  4. Check box next to "Internet Information Services (IIS).
  5. Click "Details..."
  6. Verify that these are the only items checked:
    - Common Files
    - File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Server
     - Internet Information Services Snap-In
  7. Click “OK”
  8. Click “Next”
     Insert CD-ROM if prompted
  9. Click “Finish” when completed.

 

Network card Setup

1)      Right click on “My Network Places”. If “My Network Places” is not available on the desktop go to Start\Settings\Control Panel\Network Connections.

2)      Select “Properties”.

3)      Right click on the “Local Area Connection” to be used for the controller communications.

4)      Select “Properties”

5)      Verify that “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” is the only item checked in the window.

6)      Double click “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)”.

7)      Enter 148.150.203.190 for the IP Address and 255.255.255.0 for the Subnet Mask.

8)      Select “OK” to the “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties” window.

9)      Select “OK” to the “… Ethernet Properties” window.

10)  Right click on the “Local Area Connection” to be used for the controller communications.

11)  Select “Properties”

12)  Select “Configure”, then “Advanced”. Set Duplex to Half (disable Full Duplex) and Media type to 100BT(For 498.93 set to 10BT) Do not set anything to Auto. Click “OK” to close.

Windows XP systems:

  1. Right click on “My Network Places”.
  2. Select “Properties”.
  3. Right click on the “Local Area Connection” to be used for the controller communications.
  4. Select “Properties”
  5. Select the “Advanced” tab
  6. Uncheck the “Internet Connection Firewall” box if checked.
  7. Select “OK” and “Yes” to the “Are you sure you want to turn it off” message.

 

 

 

Windows XP with Service Pack 2 systems:

  1. Right click on “My Network Places”.
  2. Select “Properties”.
  3. Right click on the “Local Area Connection” to be used for the controller communications.
  4. Select “Properties”
  5. From the “…Ethernet Properties” window select the “Advanced” tab
  6. Select “Settings” from the “Windows Firewall” area.
  7. Select the “Advanced” tab
  8. In the “Network Connection Settings” area uncheck the box by the Controller network adapter.
  9. Select “OK” to all open windows.

 

Internet Service Manager

1)      In Control Panel select “Administrative Tools”.

2)      Select “Internet Service Manager”.

3)      Select Computer name.

4)      Right click on “Default FTP Site”.

5)      Select Properties.

6)      On Security Accounts page check “Allow Anonymous connections”.

7)      Also on Security Accounts page, uncheck “Allow only anonymous connections”.

8)      On Home directory page enter FTP directory. i.e. C:\ftiim\ntbin. (Or where 793 software was loaded)

9)      Check Read and Log visits.

10)  Set Directory listing style to Unix.

 

User Manager

1)      In Control Panel select “Users and Passwords”.

2)      On the “Advanced” Tab, click the “Advanced” button.

3)      Select “Users”. Then from the “Action” menu, select New User…

4)      Enter “mts_rt” for user name and password.

5)      In Group Membership select Restricted User.

6)      On the Advanced page select Advanced.

7)      Click on Users. Highlight mts_rt account.

8)      In the Action menu select properties.

9)      Check Password never expires.

10)  On the Member of page verify Users.

 

Persistent Route (Needed for multiple processor systems only).

Note: The network card must have a successful link to the controller or the persistent route addition will fail. The Test PC program will not detect this failure.

1)      From an MSDOS window type “route –p add 148.150.204.0 mask 255.255.255.0 148.150.203.191”.

To check type “route –p print”. To delete and start over type “route –p delete xxx” (Route entered)

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