[Rack] samsys mp 9320 uses DHCP
jake at spaz.org
Thu Jan 31 06:03:20 UTC 2013
oops i forgot its unplugged from AC right now.
its behind the camera monitor if u want to plug it in but it interferes
with the intercom until i put bypass capacitors on it.
On Wed, 30 Jan 2013, Jonathan Lassoff wrote:
> There doesn't seem to be any link up on port 34.
> I see a link up on port 33 (10 Mbit, half-duplex; weird), but just a
> Cisco/Linksys MAC address on the far end. Whatever that is has 172.30.1.249,
> and port 2101 isn't open.
> On Tue, Jan 29, 2013 at 7:30 PM, Jake <jake at spaz.org> wrote:
> i'm trying to get our RFID reader to communicate over ethernet.
> It's plugged in (to port 34 of the lower switch in susan via a
> black cable) and getting a link, but last night we were unable
> to "find" it on the network.
> We have found no information about setting its IP address or
> anything, but today I learned that it's set for DHCP from the
> factory. But no clue what its MAC address is. So i would like
> to know how to check with the DHCP server to see if it comes on,
> or anything like that.
> i found the following on the interwebs:
> The default TCP port is 2101 the SAMSys MP9320 reader driver
> will target when establishing connections to the SAMSys reader.
> [this suggests that port 2101 is open on the device]
> "The MP9320 is equipped with an optional TCP/IP Ethernet port
> and embedded IP device server. This reader is configured for
> automatic IP address allocation using the Dynamic Host
> Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Mode and the reader automatically
> extracts the IP address from the DHCP server. This is the
> default mode for the reader as it is shipped from the factory”
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