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IDirect Evolution X1 Installation Guide

Step by step installation guide for iDirect Evolution X1 (indoor) - Bentley Walker
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   1 Installation Guide 05/05/2012 Bentley Walker iDirect Evolution X1 (indoor) 1.   Before you start What you will need before configuring the modem 2.   Connecting to the modem How to set up your connection to the modem 3.   Loading the option file How to load the required configuration file 4.   Acquiring the satellite signal What to take into consideration when pointing the dish 5.   Activating the modem How to start the activation process 6.   Frequently asked questions How to access the modem, upgrading/downgrading firmware e tc…     2 1.   Before you start a)   Please ensure that you have submitted the online activation form at  b)   Once this is done, you will receive the required files to configure you modem; this will include the option file  (RmtRmtsideLatest-12345.opt) 2.   Connecting to the modem a)   Connect a RJ45 LAN cable  from the LAN port on the modem direct to a PC or laptop b)   The “TX Out” connects to th e transmitter (BUC) on the dish. “RX In” connects to the receiver (LNB) on the dish. c)   On the X1 modems, DHCP is enabled out of the box. You will therefore need to make sure that PC network card is set to obtain IPs automatically   3 3.   Loading the option file Open a web browser and open the modem web interface:  When prompted, the login credentials will be: Username: admin  Password: iDirect  Once logged in, click on the “Admin” icon (1)  Click “Choose File” under “Options File Load” (2) and browse for the options file supplied by Bentley Walker. Click “Load” (3) to load the configuration into the mo dem, then “Restart” (4)    4 Once your option file has been successfully loaded, the IP address to access the modem will change. To check what it has changed to, open a command prompt (Start > Run/Search > type: cmd ) and type the following command: ipconfig   The “ Default Gateway ” IP (1) is the modem IP address. You will use this IP to access the modem Web interface (in this example: 
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