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  • 1. Quick  Start  Guide  for  Z-­‐Box         1. Mount the external antenna on the antenna outlet and connect the box to your Ethernet router using the Ethernet cable provided. 2. Power up the using with the external power supply. The device will take about 1 Minute before being ready to use. 3. Open your browser to a. At home, when your box is connected to the same router like your PC you will see the IP address of your box right below the login dialog. Clicking to this link will lead your right to the initial configuration (first use). This dialog shows you’re your Box ID and requires setting a password for remote access. The configuration dialog is only accessible from a browser being at home, that’s why you must access the box from home first time to configure the remote access password. b. Once the password is set, clicking on the IP address below the login dialog will redirect you right to the Browser UI to operate the Z-Wave network. You can always access the configuration dialog using the URL http://YOURBOXIP:8084 c. Once a remote access password is set it’s possible to access the box from remote using the login dialog. Please use the Box ID given plus the password configured during the initial setup. The URL of the graphics UI is http://YOURBOXIP:8083 ç       1. Go to Initial Setup   2. Click on icon of device found 3. Find your access ID 4.Choose password and save Access at Home     1. Go to   2. Click on icon of device found or use access ID and password Access on the road     2. Go to   2.Login with access ID and password    
  • 2. Interfaces   1. Option for additional WLAN antenna (requires WLAN module not scope of devliery) 2. 10/100 MB Ethernet 3. Power Supply 4. Z-Wave Antenna 5. Serial Interface for debugging 6. LED Status LED 1: Blinking when device has booted 7. LED Status LED 2,3: For debugging Technical  Data   • Hardware o Aluminum-Enclosure, Weight: 380 gr., Dimensions: 164 x 115 x 31 mm o 500 MHz AMD Geode-Processor o 512 KB RAM, 1 GB Flash Disk o Real Time Clock, IOs o 10/100 MB Ethernet • Software o Voyage Linux with Kernel 2.6 o Z-Wave.Me Z-Way Smart Home Backend o IP Address-Finder, Remote Access, Remote Support • Z-Wave o Sigma Designs Transceiver ZM3102 o Antenna with RX sensitivity -94 dBm and TX 0dBm Optimized Z-Wave.Me firmware on transceiver (faster queuing, backup and restore, etc.) • Power Supply: o Input AC 110~240V / 50~60 Hz, external o Max power consumption < 6 FAQ   Can I access the OS level oft he box? The box uses Voyage Linux and allows access via secure shell (ssh). The root password is „z-box“. You are free to change it. I can’t see an IP address on only works if (1) there is an DHCP server running in your home, (2) your have a working internet connection and (3) both your PC and Z-Box use the same router. One backup solution is to use a zero-model cable on the debug interface and access the OS level directly. The Serial Terminal data are: 116K 8N1. How secure is the remote access system? The configuration dialog is only accessible from the same subnet. Hence you can’t change your remote access password from the Internet. Your remote access password is stored in the box itself and NOT on our server. The authentication us using certificates and the connection between the box and is of course encrypted. I don’t want to have this connection to your server. Can I run my box really stand alone? Yes, you can turn off the support for on the configuration interface. Make sure you know your Box IP address because will not guide to anymore after turned off the service. Why do I need two IP Ports on the box? The configuration interface is separated from the Z- Wave network interface. This increases security and stability, because even when the Z-Wave network interface is crashing, the configuration interface will still work and allow e.g. firmware updates. 51 2 3 4 6 7