- 1 Default Setting
- 2 Main Page / System Information
- 3 Webmin Users
- 4 Back to factory default
- 5 Bootup and Shutdown
- 6 Firmware Update
- 7 Running Processes
- 8 Network Configuration
- 9 Network Diagnostic
- 10 WISE Cloud Setting
- 11 WISE WSN Setting
- 12 System Time
- 13 WISE Connection Status
- IP Address: 192.168.1.1
- Username: admin
- Password: admin
- WSN NetID (WSN1/WSN2): 2001/2002
- WSN Join Key: JOINADVANTECHIOT
Main Page / System Information
If logging successful, you will see the following page.
Under Webmin, you can change Username and Password in Webmin Users page.
Back to factory default
Click on Back to Advantech factory default, the value of all the web settings will be back to original setting.
Bootup and Shutdown
In this page, all actions that running in the system are appearing in the table.
|Bootup and Shutdown||Description|
|Start On Boot||Start when device on boot|
|Disable On Boot||Disable when device on boot|
|Start Now and On Boot||Start immediately and start when device on boot|
|Disable Now and On Boot||Disable immediately and disable when device on boot|
|Reboot System||Click on this button to immediately reboot the system. All currently logged in users will be disconnected and all services will be re-started.|
Please download the most updated Firmware version from Advantech Website and upload the image into SD card. After plugging the SD card into SD card slot, Firmware update process can be started. Click browse icon to view image file in the SD card.
- Double click “mmcb1p1” folder.
- Select the file with “emmc.img.gz”.
- Click update icon to start firmware update. The firmware update process may take around 5~10 minutes, please don’t turn off the power or press the reset button. After the process completed, please type the default IP address to return to login page.
- Please note, after firmware upgrade, the system will restore its default setting, the IP address will return to 192.168.0.1.
- Note: The device is unavailable during the upgrade process. Any connections to or through the device will be lost.
This page shows all running processes on your system, with child processes indented and displayed below their parent. For each process the PID, owner and command are displayed. Please click Help to get more information.
In this page, you can set Network Interface, Routing Gateways , Hostname and DNS Client based on your networking environment.
Setting Ethernet IP address.
- Select interface.
- Edit Interface.
Select interface and input Gateway IP.
Input DNS servers.
- ping: This command is used for testing network connections.
- traceroute: Use this command to Trace Route to a host.
- nslookup: This command is used to query internet name servers interactively.
WISE Cloud Setting
WISE WSN Setting
There are 2 WSN networks available to be set up in WISE-3310. Each network has it’s default Network ID and JoinKey, both of the 2 settings can be changed in this page.
|WISE WSN Setting||Description|
|Network ID||The network identifier is the identifier of your network. It is set to 2001/2002 by default.|
|JoinKey||The Joinkey is the password to join the network. It is set to JOINADVANTECHIOT by default.|
|Save WSN config/Save&Exchange WSN config||Click Save WSN config to apply the new settings to gateway/ Click Save&Exchange WSN config to apply new settings to both gateway and nodes.|
|Network Statistic||Click Network Statistic to see nodes status and WSN network health report.|
- Network Statistic
In Network Statistic page, nodes status and network health can be monitored in the table.
|WSN Network Statistic||Description|
|Net Reliability||Network reliability as a percentage|
|Net Path Stability||Path stability as a percentage|
|Net Latency||Average latency, in milliseconds|
|MAC address||MAC address (EUI-64) of the note.|
|Mote ID||Short address assigned to this note by the manager, MoteID 1 is always the AP|
|State|| “Lost” = Note is not currently part of the network.
“Negotiating” = Note is in the process of joining the network. “Operational” = Note is operational.
|Routing|| Enable routing function = Yes
Disable routing function = No
|Reliability||Network reliability as a percentage|
|Latency (msec)||Average latency, in milliseconds|
This form is for changing the system's current time, which is used by all running processes. On operating systems that have a separate hardware clock, it can be used to set that too.
Change time zone
This form allows you to set the system's default time zone, which is used to convert the system time to a human-readable format and offset.
Time server sync
This form is for configuring the system to automatically synchronize the time with a remote server. Synchronization will be done using the Unix time protocol or NTP, depending on which commands are installed and what the remote system supports.
WISE Connection Status
This page shows WISE Connection status.