The Beacon tab shows you information about the JNIORs that were found. The Beacon technology uses UDP over port 4444. A UDP broadcast is used when discovering JNIORs on the network. UDP broadcasts are usually blocked by routers therefore restricting the UDP broadcast to the local segment of the network.
Right-click for options
Right-clicking presents you with actions that can be taken for the selected JNIOR.
Query All – Broadcasts the Query message to the Network to ask JNIORs to report back
Identify – This will flash the amber status LED on the selected JNIOR for a few seconds.
Set Hostname – A prompt will be presented asking for the new Hostname. The current Hostname will be pre-filled.
Configuration – The Network Configuration dialog will be displayed. The choice between DHCP and static addressing. If a static IP Address is chosen then you will have the ability to enter IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway Address and DNS Servers.
Launch WebUI- This will launch the main web user interface for monitoring and controlling the I/O as well as general JNIOR configuration.
Open Telnet – Opens a telnet session for console level access
Task a Snapshot – Initiates the Snapshot process
Show jniorsys.log – Loads the jniorsys.log.bak and jniorsys.log files into a dialog for real-time viewing.
Show errors.log – Loads the errors.log.bak and errors.log files into a dialog for real-time viewing. This option is only enabled if the Attention flag indicates that there is an errors file.
Show dump.log – Loads the dump.log.bak and dump.log files into a dialog for real-time viewing. This option is only enabled if the Attention flag indicates that there is a dump file.