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Connectivity Diagram. WGT. OrCU. Router. Ethernet (CAT5) Connect to Lan2. Ethernet (CAT5) Connect to Lan1. Internet. Open and mount the WGT according to the manual Connect the WGT to power (120Volt) Open and mount the OrCU according to the manual Connect the OrCU to power (120Volt)

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connectivity diagram
Connectivity Diagram

WGT

OrCU

Router

Ethernet (CAT5)

Connect to Lan2

Ethernet (CAT5)

Connect to Lan1

Internet

  • Open and mount the WGT according to the manual
  • Connect the WGT to power (120Volt)
  • Open and mount the OrCU according to the manual
  • Connect the OrCU to power (120Volt)
  • Connect the WGT with Ethernet cable to “Lan1” connector of the OrCU
  • Connect the OrCU to the Internet Router with Ethernet cable from “Lan2” connector

FHO Server

port forwarding
Port Forwarding
  • Click Start -> Run
  • Type “cmd” and press Enter
  • Type “ipconfig /all” in the new Command Prompt Window
  • Write down the IPv4 value of the result (i.e. 192.168.10.25)
  • Browse to your Internet Router (in most cases http://192.168.x.1, where “x” represent the bold value of step 4)
  • Login to you router (“admin/password” is the default login)
  • Locate the “Advanced” menu and look for “Port Forwarding” option (sometimes it can be found under “Network” or “Applications” menus)
  • Add a new port forwarding by creating a named instance (“DP Only” for example) and adding the IP address of the OrCU (default IP is 192.168.x.y, where “x” represent the bold value of step 4 and “y” represents the value from the last step of IP Assignment page)
  • Choose the type of protocol – Both (support TCP and UDP)
  • Choose Local Port as 6443 (sometimes referred to as “Private Port”)
  • Choose Remote Port as 6443 (also referred to as “Public Port”)
  • Apply new setting and reboot the router.
network information
Network Information
  • Click “Start” – “Run”
  • Type “ipconfig /all” and press Enter
  • Write down the values of IPv4, Mask, Gateway, DNS Servers
ip assignment
IP Assignment
  • Click “Start” -> “Run”
  • Type “cmd” and press Enter
  • Type “ping xxx.xxx.xxx.100” and press Enter (xxx.xxx.xxx represents in this case the first 3 values of IPv4 from the previous page, i.e. 172.20.17)
  • Make sure the result is “Request timed out.”, which means the the address xxx.xxx.xxx.100 is available.
  • In other case continue with the “ping” command decreasing the last value by 1 (i.e. 99,98,97,…)
  • Write down the first available value the produces “Request timed out.” result