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call pilot mini

call pilot mini

call pilot mini

(OP)
Can the IP of a pilot mini be changed thru the web access with out reloading the database

RE: call pilot mini


When you change an IP on any device you are changing just the IP.....it has nothing to do with any data base or restores etc.






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RE: call pilot mini

(OP)
Thnks curleycord. Sounds like a simple task but the docs only talk about changing the IP at startup and the step after making the change is to go to the install wizard. I have installed a few, just never had to change an active Mini and I know they can be a little touchy.Did I forget to mention that there is no back up?

RE: call pilot mini

If you are wondering how to change it then look at the System Properties down below on the browser or around it.

If you do not know the existing IP (reply if NO) then you must connect a DB9 cable and go through with Putty or alike and change it that way.

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RE: call pilot mini

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Thnks, I am all set on how to change it.

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