How do I test my Ethernet connection?

You can test your Ethernet connection by attempting to ping the IP address of the terminal from your computer. If you receive a reply, the terminal is connected.

The IP address of each terminal is as follows:

HNS 9201 = 192.168.128.100

Thrane & Thrane

EXPLORER 300, 500, 700 = 192.168.0.1

Nera WorldPro 1010 = 192.168.0.1

To ping the IP address from your computer:

• On a Windows PC, select Start > Run, in the Run dialog box type cmd and click OK. At the command line prompt type ping x.x.x.x, where x.x.x.x is the IP address for your terminal (see the table above). If you see the message Reply from x.x.x.x, the Ethernet connection is active.

• On a Mac, select Finder > Applications > Utilities > Network Utility > ping. In the text box type in the IP address for your terminal (see the table above). If you see the message Reply from x.x.x.x, the Ethernet connection is active.

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