1 IP Power Stone 4000 User Manual Two Outlet Remote AC Power Controller Multi Link, Inc. 122 Dewey Drive Nicholasville, KY USA Sales and Tech Support FAX link.net link.net Copyright 2012, All Rights Reserved, Multi-Link, Inc.
2 CONTENTS CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION HARDWARE SPECIFICATION NETWORK DIAGRAM LED INDICATORS EXPLAINED... 4 CHAPTER 2: HARDWARE SETUP...6 CHAPTER 3: SOFTWARE & WEB SETUP (FOR ADVANCED USER) INTRODUCTION HOW TO LOCATE & ACCESS IP4000 IN LAN Locate IP4000 in LAN using the default hostname Locate IP4000 in LAN using Utility program Locate IP4000 in LAN using fixed IP HOW TO ACCESS IP4000 FROM WAN USING DDNS HOW TO ACCESS IP4000 FROM WAN USING INSTANT MESSAGING TOOL How to Setup Instant Messaging for IP How to Control IP4000 using Instant Messaging CHAPTER 4: IP4000 WEB USER INTERFACE INFORMATION Current Status System Status CONFIGURATION Configuration Schedule Network E mail Account MSN System Time Language LOG INFORMATION Event Log HELP About i
3 Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 1: Introduction 1.1. Introduction IP4000 is designed to automatically power cycle either one or both of its outlets when either; a) Internet connectivity is lost (resets Router/Modem to restart it), or b) The network device being monitored is no longer responding in LAN. It can also be used to; a) Remotely control outlets via instant messaging tool like MSN, or a Web User Interface. b) Perform scheduled power On / Off / Reset IP4000 is useful where the internet connection and accessibility to a remote site is critical. It can be setup so that when the remote broadband / cable / DSL connection drops or if the remote router locks up, it will auto reset the router to re establish connectivity. The IP4000 is also useful for; 1. Saving network support technicians the trouble of constantly having to power cycle network equipment to re gain internet connectivity. 2. Resetting unresponsive device (for instance IP camera or NAS servers) which otherwise will be inaccessible remotely. 3. IT Professionals who need to automatically or remotely reset devices 4. Preventing IP connections from timing out or going dormant 5. Programming an automatic power schedule [Ex: Turn on at 9am & turn off at 5pm] for equipment used only a few hours a day, e.g. digital signage devices. Generalized description of network connection: -1-
4 Chapter 1: Introduction 1.2. Hardware Specification Model No: IP 4000 Socket type Certification Electrical Rating Breaker Available Sockets Internet Control able Power ON / OFF switch Power Indicator Reset to Factory Default Internet Indicator Web Server CPU Supported Browser Supported Network Protocols USA (Type B, NEMA 5 15R) FCC Input: 120~250V~50/60Hz Output: 10A (for 2 sockets) & DC5V, 500mA (for USB port) 10A (Thermal fuse) 2x fixed 2x fixed socket Individual outlet power ON / OFF LED button (Press & hold 2 seconds) Orange LED Long press all 3 LED buttons Green LED 32 Bit RISC CPU IE and Java HTTP, TCP/IP, UDP, SMTP, Dynamic DNS, DNS Client, SNTP, BOOTP, DHCP. Network Access 10/100 Base T, RJ45 (Cat. 5) Operating Environment 0 C to 60 C at 10% to 90% relative humidity. For indoor use only. -2-
5 Chapter 1: Introduction 1.3. Network Diagram Fig.1. IP4000 setup to perform auto reset of router and modem Fig.2. IP4000 setup to keep internet device operating -3-
6 Chapter 1: Introduction Fig.3. IP4000 setup for remote control via MSN messenger or via Web User Interface LED Indicators Explained LED Status Indicators LED LED status Condition description Green Green ON Blinking Internet connection available and UIS mode has been activated. There is internet connection. UIS mode button has not been activated. Green OFF There is no internet connection. Fig.4. LED Indicator Light indicators on LAN Port Light color Green Yellow Condition description When On: Internet speed is at 100M When flashing: Data transmitting / receiving On: Internet correspond speed is 10M Flash: Data transmitting / receiving Fig.5. LAN LED Indicators -4-
7 Chapter 1: Introduction Fig.6. Physical Features Description -5-
8 Chapter 2: Hardware Setup Chapter 2: Hardware Setup IP4000 hardware installation procedure. Step 1: Connect the power cord to the IP 4000 and wall outlet. The two orange LED s will light up, indicating that the individual Outlets are ON. Press and hold the Orange LED for 2 seconds to turn the Outlet On / Off. Step 2: Connect the power plug of your device to IP4000 outlet. Note: In order for IP4000 to maintain continuous internet connection or reset your xdsl modem / Router, the router power input must be connected here. Step 3: Connect LAN cable from your router. Step 4: Make sure the Internet LED light is blinking to show that the internet connection is ready. Press and hold (2 seconds) the UIS On/Off button to activate internet protection. Done. -6-
9 Chapter 3: Software & Web Setup Chapter 3: Software & Web Setup (For Advanced User) 3.1. Introduction IP4000 is designed to work without having to install any software (see hardware setup above). However, for advanced user the unit can be customized and configured for remote access. This gives the user further control over the power ports. There are two ways to remotely control the outlets (access from WAN); a. Using DDNS and Port forwarding, see Section 3.3 or; b. Using MSN instant messaging tool (future version will include Yahoo or ICQ), see Section How to Locate & Access IP4000 in LAN IP4000 comes with a built in Web User Interface (Web UI) that allows for more advanced control over the unit. There are three ways of accessing the Web UI in LAN (i.e. when both IP4000 and PC is connected to the same router). a. by hostname (entering in the browser on the local PC) or, b. by using the Utility program. c. by using fixed IP (when there s no DHCP server) Locate IP4000 in LAN using the default hostname. Step 1: Open a browser and type Step 2: A password dialog box appears. By default; User name is: admin (Password field is left blank). Press OK. -7-
10 Chapter 3: Software & Web Setup Step 3: Enter IP4000 main menu Locate IP4000 in LAN using Utility program. Step 1: Download the Utility program from and install it. Once installed, Utility will locate and list the IP4000 units present on your network. Note: 1. Utility can only discover IP4000 units that are located within the same LAN or network. 2. Utility will show LAN IP if units are connected to a Router. Else, user will have to manually assign an IP address. Step 2: Click Launch Device to run Internet Explorer (or your default browser) and access the IP address of the unit. A password dialog box will appear. By default; User name: admin (Password field is left blank). Press OK. Step 3: Enter IP4000 main menu. -8-
11 3.2.3 Locate IP4000 in LAN using fixed IP. Chapter 3: Software & Web Setup IP4000 will revert to a fixed IP of if it could not locate a DHCP server within 1 minute from powering up. To revert back to DHCP mode, unplug and replug the main power cable. To access IP4000 Web interface in this mode; Step 1: Connect the LAN cable from IP4000 to your PC LAN port Step 2: Assign a fixed IP within the same subnet to your PC Example: and subnet of Step 3: On your PC, launch a browser and enter the IP Login: admin, no password. You can now change this fixed IP address to one that you prefer. -9-
12 Chapter 3: Software & Web Setup 3.3. How to Access IP4000 from WAN using DDNS The IP4000 Web User Interface (Web UI) above can be accessed remotely from Wide Area Network (WAN). To do so; i. Setup port forwarding at your router. a. Login to your router setup / configuration page. b. Go to Port Forwarding / Virtual server section and open (allow): WAN Port 80; Type/Protocol: TCP. AND, ii. Setup a Domain Name for your Dynamic WAN IP. User can choose to either; a. Use the free pre assigned domain name. a. Each IP4000 assigned a unique domain name as <serial_number>.icv99.net. b. Rename this by browsing to System Status Network Status Free Domain Name (click to rename). OR; b. Use 3rd Party free DDNS providers. To do so; a. Search the internet and find a free DDNS provider b. Create a new user account and password. c. Register a Domain Name for your current Dynamic WAN IP. d. Browse to Configuration Network Dynamic DNS. Select the service provider, enter the registered domain name, user account, password. Click Apply. IP4000 is now accessible from remote using the newly registered Domain Name. For a description of Network Dynamic DNS functions see section part (v) below How to Access IP4000 from WAN using Instant Messaging Tool IP4000 supports MSN Messenger, instant messaging tool. Once configured, user can get notifications and issue commands to check the status, as well as turn on/off power or power cycle certain ports using MSN Messenger How to Setup Instant Messaging for IP
13 Chapter 3: Software & Web Setup Step 1: From PC, run MSN Messenger or go to to create a new Windows Live ID or account. An ID or account will have to be created for each IP4000 device. Remember the user name and password. Step 2: Browse to Configuration MSN Select Online and enter the new MSN account (User Name), password, Contact Account and click Apply. Contact Account refers to your own MSN account / whoever wants to control IP4000. Step 3: Allow a few moments for IP4000 to connect and Sign in. The connection status will be shown on the heading. Step 4: Once connected, those users listed in Contact Account will receive a notification to add IP4000 as friend. Once added, you can control IP4000 by chatting with it. Note 1: If you do not receive a friend notification, you may need to log-on to your newly created MSN account to Add friends directly from there. Note 2: Only the users listed in Contact Account can command IP4000. If you are removed from this list, you will still be IP4000 friend but will not be able to command it! -11-
14 Chapter 3: Software & Web Setup How to Control IP4000 using Instant Messaging After setting up and getting connected as above. Bring up the IP4000 MSN dialog box. Type anything other than Keywords will invoke IP4000 to respond with Please type HELP to list available commands. Available commands are (non case sensitive): SET [ON/OFF/RESET] [0/1/2] (where 0=both outlets, 1/2=Outlets) UIS [ON/OFF] GET [IP/STATUS] SET ON / OFF / RESET command will return a Done! once IP4000 has completed the action. GET IP command will return the WAN IP and the unit s LAN IP address. If port forwarding is set, but not the domain name, user can still use WAN IP to access IP4000 Web User Interface from internet. GET STATUS command will return the following information. For [Outlet Status] the Outlet1 and Outlet2 name can be assigned. This is done at Configuration Configuration Outlet Setup. Allow time for the system to respond. -12-
15 Chapter 4: IP4000 Web User Interface 4.1. Information The Information tab contains the following subsections; Current Status, System Status; Current Status This section displays the current status of the outlets. Click on the icon to turn the Outlet On or Off. Click on the icon to Reset the Outlet Fig.7. Current Status page i. Connection Status Target Site: This is the default target site as listed under Configuration IP Address: The IP address of the Target Site Response Time: based on UDP / TCP protocol sets in Configuration page Timeout: number of timeouts as a percentage of total tries since reset. Note: This page will auto refresh every 5 seconds ii. Status and Control This section shows the current status of the UIS Function and Outlets. to control the Outlets or UIS function from here. User can click -13-
16 Icon Description The UIS Function is Off. IP4000 will not perform outlet reset when connection loss is detected. The UIS Function is On. IP4000 will perform outlet reset when connection loss is detected. The Outlet is Off The Outlet is On The Outlet is On, but UIS Function is Off. auto reset. The outlet will not System Status This webpage displays System Status Information. i. System Information This section shows general hardware information such as the Hardware and Firmware Version, the serial number, Uptime, System Time and when the system last reset. ii. Network Status This section shows all information relating to Network environment. Hostname This is the default hostname. User can rename this by browsing to Configuration Network page. -14-
17 Free Domain Name By default, each unit is assigned a Free Domain Name. The domain name is assigned as <serial_number>.icv99.net. The DDNS server site is located at DDNS.iCV99.net. Select Click to Rename will redirect user to where user can register an alternate name. Note: Other than Domain Name, user will also need to do Port Forwarding in order to view the Web UI from remote. See how to do Port Forwarding in Appendix A. 4.2 Configuration The following option allows the user to configure the IP Configuration Schedule Network E mail Account MSN System Time Language Configuration Use this section to configure how IP4000 checks websites. customize IP4000 to check network devices. Advance users can use this to -15-
18 i. Website / IP Address Enter reliable sites to target. Assign User can select to assign both outlets to check the 1 st four sites or only one outlet or have both outlets checking different sites. Status User can include (Enable) or exclude (Disable) a particular website from the check list. Protocol IP4000 can use either a ping (UDP protocol) or a web request (TCP protocol) format to check if a particular site is responding. Website / IP Address Enter reliable / trusted websites to target. site to respond. IP4000 will check how long it takes the Note: The target site can be a Domain Name, IP address or even LAN IP address. For instance the Router s IP. ii. Time out Settings Set time out for each Website / IP Address The target site must respond within this time. Default is set to 3 seconds. Else it is considered a time out. Number of continuous time outs before outlet(s) reset Refers to the number of times all target site time out before IP4000 resets. set to 2 sets. Default is -16-
19 To adjust PING INTERVAL Enter in address bar. (x.x.x.x = IP Address of IP 4000) iii. Outlet Setup Outlet 1 Name, Outlet 2 Name Name the outlet in order to identify the connected device. reference when using MSN or setting schedules. This also allows ease of Auto reset outlet(s) every IP4000 will reset the outlets every xx minutes. Choose a figure between 1 to 1440 minutes. Default is 0, disabled. Note: 1. Only the Outlet that is originally ON will be reset. If the outlet is OFF, it will not reset. Turn it ON / OFF at Information Current Status. 2. Power to both Outlets #1 & #2, will turn Off and then On, subject to any Power-on delay between Outlet 1 and Outlet 2 settings. Delay before checking Website / IP Address after power reset This section determines if the outlet will reset once or twice WHEN target Website / IP Address is no longer responding. If this is set to 0 (default), upon Website / IP Address failing, IP4000 will reset its outlets once. It will now wait until the target Website / IP address responds, before restarting the check. If this is set between 1 and 30 minutes (eg. 5min), then upon Website / IP Address failing, IP4000 will reset its outlets (1 st time). It will then wait 5 min, and check if the target Website / IP address is responding. If not, it will reset its outlets (2 nd time). It will now wait until the target Website / IP address responds, before restarting the check. Outlet power reset delay -17-
20 Set the Off/On delay for the Outlet. This applies to both outlets. Power on delay between Outlet 1 and Outlet 2 Set the power on interval between Outlet 1 and Outlet 2. feature. Default is set to 10 seconds. Set to 0 to disable this Note: This feature only works if BOTH Outlets are in the ON state, when power resets. If the Outlet is OFF, it will not Reset Schedule This option allows the user to schedule the power on / off / reset for each of the two outlets. i. New Schedule Event Outlet Select to schedule an event for either both, Outlet 1 or Outlet 2. Outlet Action Select action to apply to above Outlets. To turn On, Off or Reset. Date (yyyy/mm/dd) Select the event frequency for the above outlet; a. Once (the current date is automatically entered) or; b. Reoccurring on a particular day, or a daily event. Time (hh:mm) Enter the time in 24hr format. A total of 20 schedules can be assigned. -18-
21 The scheduled events can be edited, disabled or deleted Network This option allows the user to configure the IP address, port number and DDNS functions. i. IP Address Hostname By default the hostname (LAN Domain Name) is set to Outlet. This allows the unit to be easily located in LAN without needing to know the LAN IP address. Just type in a browser while in the same LAN as the device and you will be able to find this Web UI. Note: If you have multiple IP4000 units, you should assign a different Hostname to each unit. Do this by powering and naming the Hostname one unit at a time. IP Address This determines / displays IP4000 IP address. By default, the LAN IP address assignment method is set to DHCP (IP address assigned by router). We suggest changing this to a Fixed IP, for ease of management. -19-
22 Subnet Mask Displays IP4000 Subnet Mask. Gateway This item sets IP4000 Gateway. More info at Appendix A: IP address, Subnet and Gateway Obtain an IP address This allows the user to either manually set or use DHCP (default) function to obtain the IP address from the router. Click Apply to save settings. Note: IP4000 will reboot when these settings are changed. ii. DNS Server IP Primary DNS Server IP The default IP4000 Primary DNS Server IP is DNS server / one that is assigned by ISP. User can set their preferred Secondary DNS Server IP Use this to set IP4000 Secondary DNS Server IP address. IP4000 will use the Secondary DNS Server IP address if the Primary DNS Server IP address is not working. Secondary DNS Server default IP is iii. Port Number HTTP Port Number This determines IP4000 user interface port. By default the LAN port number is 80. Example: If the port is changed to 82, then to access IP4000 user interface, the user must type; or (where x.x.x.x is IP4000 LAN IP address as shown in Utility) This applies to LAN access only. Note: IP4000 will reboot when these settings are changed. -20-
23 iv. Ethernet Connection Type User can choose between 10M or 100Mbps or Full or Half duplex connection type. This is generally left to Auto Sense for ease of management. Note: IP4000 will reboot when this setting is changed. v. Dynamic DNS Dynamic DNS ( DDNS ) is a free third party service. It allows the user to alias a dynamic WAN IP address to a WAN hostname. So no matter how many times your ISP changes the IP address you will be able to locate your unit over WAN. In general, to register a Domain Name with one of these sites; a. Search the internet and find a free DDNS provider b. Register a new user account and password with the DDNS provider c. Choose a Domain Name to point to your current Dynamic IP d. Enter information obtained in (b) and (c) into the corresponding DDNS fields in IP4000 Domain Name This is the Domain Name you have created from the selected DDNS provider. Name This is the Login / Account name that you have created with the selected DDNS provider. Password Enter the Password you have assigned to your DDNS Account. -21-
24 Use Public IP to update DDNS Choose Yes to ensure that IP4000 uses the WAN / Public IP to update the selected DDNS server E mail This function will send event notification to accounts listed in the E mail Address Book. Events are also logged in Event Log section. i. E mail Settings E mail Notification Select Enable or Disable (default). When enabled, two additional sections will appear. The Test E mail section and E mail Address Book section. E mail Server Only SMTP servers are supported. IMAP & HTTP mail servers are not supported. Sender s E mail Address -22-
25 Enter the E mail address assigned by your e mail server. This server requires an encrypted connection Select this if the SMTP server requires SSL or TLS encryption. E mail Port Default to port 25. User can specify a different port if necessary. E mail Server Requires Authentication Please check with your e mail server admin if this is required. ii. Test E mail Send a test E mail Enter a valid e mail address to send the test to. iii. E mail Settings E mail Address Book List the users who shall receive an e mail notification as they appear in the Event Log section. Example of received Account This webpage allows you to set an administrator password. -23-
26 i. Account Settings Login The administrator can set a Login ID consisting of up to 32 case sensitive characters. By default the Login ID is set to admin (no password set, just hit enter to login) Password Assign a password to the account. characters for the password. The administrator can set up to 32 case sensitive Confirm Password Retype the password MSN Setup IP4000 to be controllable via MSN. -24-
27 Fig.8. MSN Settings page i. MSN Account For current MSN account status, check the tab. Status This determines the status of the IP4000 (MSN) account. Online Select either Offline or Login ID Enter the Login ID that you have created from Windows Live website for this IP4000. Password Enter the corresponding password. Display Name This is the IP4000 name as shown on MSN. Show a Personal Message for Account Enter a message here. This message will be visible to anyone that is in the IP4000 s MSN friends list. Add Contact Accounts (to access / control the above account) The administrator can assign up to 8 MSN users who can receive notification, control AND receive IP4000 feedback from their MSN account. -25-
28 Once assigned, the respective user must then add IP4000 to their Contact list. Failing to do so, will result in user not being able to control IP4000. Once added, just type a random character and IP4000 will respond with instructions. Refer to section above on how to use MSN. Note: If a MSN user has been removed from the Contact Account list. The user will no longer be able to control IP4000 via MSN. However, the user will still receive notification from IP System Time Use to set the system time. i. System Time Fig.9. System Time Settings page System Time (yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss) This section is to manually set IP4000 System Time. The format is pre determined to: yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss (in 24hr format). Click Apply to save the changes. Time Between Automatic Updates The user can set an interval for time synchronization. Select from either; none, 1, 3, 12 hours or 1, 10 & 30 days. -26-
29 Time Server Choose the nearest Time Server to your location. of a maximum of 30 Time Servers. The user can choose from the list To add a new Time Server, click Edit, delete an existing Time Servers from the list, then, the Add dialog box will appear. Click Back to return to the System Time Settings webpage. Time Zone (Relative to GMT) Select the appropriate time zone. Click Apply to save changes. ii. Daylight Saving Time Using Daylight Saving Time Enable or Disable this function. region. Then select when the DST begins or ends for your iii. Auto Restart Auto Restart System every (0: Disabled) Set the IP4000 server to automatically restart after a preset interval. This will reset the server. The power supply to individual outlet is not disrupted during the server restart process. Use this to guard against system freeze. Manually restart the system Click Apply to manually restart the system immediately Language Use this section is to set the language interface. -27-
30 i. Language Choose the language for the Web UI and e mails. 4.3 Log Information Event Log This section will log events that occurred on the IP4000 and categorize it into; a) event Notification and b) Status updates. Fig.10. Event log page Event Log Type Select which type of log to show; a. All (both Status and Notifications are shown) b. Status Examples of Status logs: -28-
31 UIS On/Off, Outlet Manual On/Off, Outlet Auto On/Off, UIS 1/2 resets c. Notification Examples of Notification logs: Server address cannot be resolved, Test sent, Connection to server failed, 4.4 Help About The administrator can use this section to check firmware information, save/restore settings, and see manufacturer s details. Fig.11. About page i. About This shows the Firmware Version, Hardware Version and Serial Number. ii. Save / Restore Settings Settings Click Save to save the configuration to your PC. The text file will have a default format of SettingsYYYYMMDD.cfg. Schedule Click Save to save your schedule information to your PC. default format of ScheduleYYYYMMDD.cfg. The text file will have a Restore (Settings or Schedule) Use this function to restore a *.cfg configuration that has been saved earlier. Browse to the location of the file and click Restore. Click Reset to factory default This function will reset all settings to its default value. -29-
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