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Overview of Manager
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File | Preferences

This command displays a menu for configuring various aspects of Manager's operation. The menu is divided into a number of tabs.

 

Preferences

Change Managers Operation IP Office

  • Service Base TCP Port: Default = 50804
    Access to the configuration and security settings on an IP Office 3.2 system requires Manager to send its requests to specific ports. This setting allows the TCP Base Port used by Manager to be set to match the TCP Base Port setting of the IP Office system. The IP Office system's TCP Base Port is set through its security settings. This setting can only be changed when a configuration has been opened using a user name and password with Administrator rights or security administration rights.

  • Request Login on Save: Default = On
    By default a valid user name and password is required to receive a configuration from an IP Office and also to send that same configuration back to the IP Office. Deselecting this setting allows Manager to send the configuration back without having to renter user name and password details. This does not apply to a configuration that has been saved on PC and then reopened. This setting can only be changed when a configuration has been opened using a user name and password with Administrator rights or security administration rights.    

  • Enable Time Server: Default = On.
    This setting allows Manager to respond to time requests from IP Office systems.

  • Enable BOOTP Server: Default = On.
    This setting allows Manager to respond to BOOTP request from IP Office systems for which it also has a matching BOOTP entry.

  • Enable Port for Serial Communication
    Not used. This is a legacy feature for some older control units that were managed via the serial port rather than the LAN.

    • Enter Port Number to be used for Serial Communication
      Used with the setting above to indicate which serial port Manager should use.

  • Load Last File: Default = Off.
    If the last loaded configuration is available, when selected this commands automatically loads that configuration when Manager is started.

  • Close Configuration/Security Settings After Send: Default = On.
    When selected, the open configuration file or security settings are closed after being sent back to the IP Office system.

  • Save Configuration File After Load: Default = On.
    When selected, a copy of the configuration is saved on the Manager PC when the configuration is received from the IP Office. The copy is given the IP Office system name followed by .cfg. The saved location is set by the Working Directory setting on the preferences Directories tab (see below). This setting can only be changed when a configuration has been opened using a user name and password with Administrator rights or security administration rights.

  • Backup Files on Send: Default = On.
    When selected, whenever a copy of the configuration is saved, if an configuration of that name already exists, the existing file is renamed using the suffix set below. The date and a version number is also added to the backup file name. This setting can only be changed when a configuration has been opened using a user name and password with Administrator rights or security administration rights.

  • Backup File Extension: Default = .BAK

 

Directories

These fields set the default location where Manager will look for and save files. This tab is also accessed by the File | Change Working Directory command.  

Saved Files

  • Working Directory (.cfg files)
    Sets the directory into which Manager saves .cfg files. By default this is the Manager application's program directory.

  • Binary Directory (.bin files)
    Sets the directory in which the Manager upgrade, TFTP and BOOTP functions look for .bin files. By default this is the Manager application's program directory. Note that in the Upgrade Wizard, right-clicking and selecting Change Directory also changes this setting.  

 

Visual Preferences

 

Visual Preferences

  • Icon size
    Sets the size for the new look icons between Small, Medium or Large.

  • Multi-Line Tabs: Default = Off.
    In  the details pane, for entry types with more than two tabs, Manager can either use buttons to scroll the tabs horizontally or arrange the tabs in multiple rows. This setting allows selection of which method Manager uses.   

 

Discovery

When is clicked, the Select IP Office form appears and Manager attempts to discovery any IP Office systems. Within Preferences, the Discovery tab sets the IP addresses and methods used for the discovery process.  

By default IP Office 3.2 systems respond to both UDP and TCP discovery. Pre-3.2 IP Office systems only support UDP discovery.

Discover ip address IP Office

  • TCP Discovery: Default = On
    This setting controls whether Manager uses TCP to discover IP Office systems. Only IP Office 3.2 and higher systems can respond to TCP discovery. The addresses used for TCP discovery are set through the IP Search Criteria field below.

    • NIC IP/NIC Subnet
      This area is for information only. It shows the IP address settings of the LAN network interface cards (NIC) in the PC running Manager. Double-click on a particular NIC to add the address range it is part of to the IP Search Criteria. Note that if the address of any of the Manager PC's NIC cards is changed, the Manager application should be closed and restarted.

    • IP Search Criteria
      This tab is used to enter TCP addresses to be used for the discovery process. Individual addresses can be entered separated by semi-colons, for example 135.164.180.170; 135.164.180.175. Address ranges can be specified using dashes, for example 135.64.180.170 - 135.64.180.175.

  • UDP Discovery: Default = On
    This settings controls whether Manager uses UDP to discover IP Office systems. Pre-3.2 IP Office systems only respond to UDP discovery. By default IP Office 3.2 and higher systems also respond to UDP discovery but that can be disabled through the IP Office system's security settings.  

    • Enter Broadcast IP Address: Default = 255.255.255.255
      The broadcast IP address range that Manager should used during UDP discovery. Since UDP broadcast is not routable, it will not locate IP Office systems that are on different subnets from the Manager PC unless a specific address is entered.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
   

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