Confirm with your network administrator that your DHCP server can accept
new MAC addresses.
For security reasons, some network administrators disable devices with
unknown MAC addresses from connecting to the DHCP network.
If you have already connected the PDU's power input leads to the AC power
source, disconnect the power input leads to power off the PDU.
Connect an Ethernet cable to the PDU metering unit's RJ-45 Ethernet port
and to the network.
Connect all the PDU power input leads to the AC power source.
Determine the IP address via the LCD screen.
Press the PDU Select Input button the same number of times as the quantity
of inputs to display the PDU IP Information on the LCD screen.
On the system, use a web browser to log in to the PDU metering
Type the metering unit's DHCP IP address in the browser's address line.
Once connected, the web browser displays the Metering Overview page.
Click the Net Configuration link found in the upper left side of the
The browser prompts you to log into PDU metering unit.
Log in to the PDU metering unit as an admin user.
See Login Information. Once logged in, the browser displays the Network
page, confirm that the
Enabled checkbox is not selected, and type these network
settings for the PDU metering unit:
Click the Submit button to set these network settings and reset the PDU
On a system connected to the network, use a web browser to log on to the
PDU metering unit.
Type the metering unit's static IP address into the browser's address
line. If the network configuration was successful, the browser displays the
Metering Overview page.
Click on the Net Configuration link found in the upper left side of the
page to view the IP settings.