Before you install your NOE 771 x0 (140 NOE 771 00 or 140 NOE 771 10) module, it needs to be configured with an Internet Protocol (IP) address which can be accomplished by either of the following methods:
• A new user configured IP address which you assign to the module.
• A default address which is derived from the MAC address appearing on the global address label located on the front of the module.
If a new IP address must be assigned, obtain it from your system administrator and then install it using your Concept Programming Panel. Alternately, you may use the BOOTP Server to install the IP address. In either case, record the IP network address on the writable area located on the front panel of the module.
If you use the default IP address derived from the MAC address proceed as follows: Locate the global address label on the front panel of the module. Convert them from hexadecimal to decimal. Each pair of hexadecimal numbers will result in a decimal number between 0 and 225. This is the default IP address.
The 140 NOE 771 x0 is capable of communicating over either an auto-sensing 10/100BASE-T or a 100BASE-FX Ethernet network at any given time, but not both at the same time.