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Control Unit | Control Unit

The Control Unit configuration form gives details for devices connected to the system. This includes some modules within the control unit as well as external expansion modules.

For most units, this information is allocated by the system and is not configurable.


The New and Delete actions on this form have special functions.

  • New
    This action is used to added a WAN3 expansion module. If when a WAN3 is added to the system, the WAN3 is not recognised following a system reboot, New on this form can be used to scan for the WAN3 module.

  • Delete
    This action can only be used with external expansion modules. It cannot be applied to the control unit and modules inside the control unit. The action should used with caution as deleting an expansion module will also delete any extensions or lines associated with that expansion module. If the module is physically present, those entries will be recreated following a reboot but with default settings.




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  • Device Number:
    This is automatically allocated by the system.

  • Unit Type:
    The name of the device.

  • Version:
    The version of software running on each unit.

  • Serial Number:
    This is the number the system uses to tie a physical Control Unit to a device configuration (device number). For the control unit and WAN3 modules this is the MAC address. For a device connected to an Expansion port it is the Expansion port number plus 1.

  • Unit IP Address:
    This field shows the IP address for the control unit (LAN1) and if present, WAN3 expansion module.

  • Interconnect Number:
    For external expansion modules this is the control unit expansion port used for connection. For other devices this is 0.   






















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