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Sensor Server Configuration

Article ID: 6
Last updated: 12 Jun, 2013
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Configuration Overview:
Each Sensor Server can be configured by the settings listed below.  The configuration is unique to each Sensor Server and is saved to the Sensor Server after a Write Changes is performed.  If a Sensor Server is deleted from the list and re-added at a later time, the settings will be retained within the Sensor Server.



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Sensor Server Settings:
Once you have one or multiple Sensor Servers added, you can begin altering their settings.  This is achieved through the Settings Tabs within Server Manager.  There are several tabs related to the various features of a Sensor Server.  When altering settings, changes will only be made to the Sensor Server you have highlighted or selected.  Please read through the different Setting Options below before making changes to your Sensor Server.

Setting Options:
Server ID - Allows you to change the Sensor Server's name, set the date and time, and sync clock with data export.
Network - Allows you to change the Ethernet TCP/IP address, subnet mask, data port, Gateway, and http port.
DHCP Info - Information pertaining to the set up of a DHCP IP address for the sensor server.
Sensors - Allows you to change Sensor Service Mode,  view sensors, and change sensor names.
Logging - Allows you to enable/disable logging, change logging date/time/interval, change offline indicator type.
Passwords - Allows you to set and remove viewer and administrator passwords.
History XML - History XML Push provides the ability of pushing data out to a URL location automatically.  If you have an online database you      can setup the database to read in data from the uploaded XML data.  Details on setting up the online database is not provided.
Event XML -  Event XML Push provides the ability of pushing data out to a URL location automatically.  If you have an online database you can setup the database to read in data from the uploaded XML data.  Details on setting up the online database is not provided.
DST Setup - Provides Daylight Savings Time set up for the sensor server.
NTP - Allows the sensor server to pull the time from a Simple Network Time Protocol server.
Count Group - Used to combine sensor in groups for particular applications.
Status - Gives you current data related to the status and condition of your Sensor Server.

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