1. First Steps
  • 1.1
    Accessing ipConv
    This video shows some useful hints how to connect your PC to the ipConv gateway and how to access the web interface with the default IP address.
  • 1.2
    User interface
    Overview of WebConfig functional areas.
2. Using a configuration template
  • 2.1
    Step 1 - Upload, generate, reboot
    How to upload and generate a configuration and reboot an ipConv gateway.
  • 2.2
    Step 2 - License installation
    How to import a valid license file.
  • 2.3
    Step 3 - How to start ipConv and switch the operation mode
    Start the configuration and switch to the unattended mode OPERATIONAL.
3. Configuration
  • 3.1
    General modifications, e.g. changing the IP address of an ipConv gateway which results in a new IP address of WebConfig.
  • 3.2
    Releasing the modification
    How to release the modification and switch to the unattended mode OPERATIONAL.
  • 3.3
    Adjusting the TCP/IP port setting
    How to adjust the TCP/IP port settings.
  • 3.4
    Downloading a configuration
    It's important to backup configurations. This video shows how configurations can be downloaded.
  • 3.5
    Deleting a configuration
    Remove an existing station configuration.
  • 3.6
    Copying a configuration
    How to copy an existing configuration into another already existing or new station.
  • 3.7
    User management
    How to create a new user with specific access rights.
  • 3.8
    Changing the IP address configuration - assignment of a second IP address
    This video shows how to assign an additional IP address to the ipConv gateway device.
  • 3.9
    Adapting a protocol stack configuration
    If a master station is to be connected to ipConv, it is necessary to fill in its IP address.
  • 3.10
    Importing from an Excel table
    This video shows how to import data point tables into an existing configuration.
4. Software
  • 4.1
    Software update
    How to install new software packages.
  • 4.2
    License update
    How to install an ipConv license.
5. Diagnostics, Simulation and Logging
  • 5.1
    Diagnostics and simulation
    The diagnostics window provides insight into important information, such as connection status indications. In the simulation view, data point values can be simulated to track down wiring and configuration errors.
  • 5.2
    In the logging menu, logging data such as exchanged telegrams can be browsed and downloaded. Log files are stored into archives cyclically.