The default IP assigned at the factory is: 192.168.0.100 The device is not hooked up For more tips on IP addresses also see ?Trouble Shooting?
securityProbe warranty expired. Discount for replacement? Yes, a new replacement unit can normally be provided by AKCP at the cost price of the unit if your warranty has expired. Please … Read More
Yes, you can access the web interface by entering the IP 192.168.0.100 in your browser. For more tips on IP addresses also see ?Trouble Shooting?
The power to the sensorProbe may be lost. Check the red LED. It should be steadily lit. The device is not hooked up properly with the LAN/network/Patch cable. Check the … Read More
Yes, you can simply press the red reset button on the back of the unit once and the unit will announce the IP address through the speaker.
You can ping the device but no web interface is loading. The proxy settings of the browser may be preventing the access to the device. Please disable the proxy settings … Read More
The MAC address of the device can be found on the bottom cover of the device On the web interface under Network page When using IPSet in Automatically Get MAC … Read More
The SMTP server is entered is wrong. The send mail option is not enabled in the Mail settings page. The timeout period entered is too low. The gateway IP is … Read More
The mib file for the device can be found in the help CD, under the directory: akcp_utilitiesmib You can also download the mib files from our web site after logging … Read More
Yes, there are two different mib files, one for the sensorProbe line of products and one for the securityProbe line of products