Power-up for the Collaboration Server First Time Using the USB Key

When inserting the USB in the RealPresence Collaboration Server, then powering up the server, the modified network configurations in USB will upload to the server.

Procedure

To power-up for the Collaboration Server first time using the USB Key:

  1. Insert the USB Key containing the modified IP addresses in USB port the RealPresence Collaboration Server 1800/2000/4000 back panel.
  2. Power the Collaboration Server ON.
    • RealPresence Collaboration Server 1800: Press on the ON/OFF button on the front panel, the ON/OFF button is light.
    • RealPresence Collaboration Server 2000: Switch on the ON/OFF switch on the rear panel, the FAN STATUS and PWR STATUS LEDs are light.
    • RealPresence Collaboration Server 4000 with AC power supply: Switch on the ON/OFF switch on the rear panel, the FAN STATUS and PWR STATUS LEDs are light.
    • RealPresence Collaboration Server 4000 with DC power supply: Switch on the ON/OFF switch on the rear panel, then turn on each of the DC PEMs, the FAN STATUS and PWR STATUS LEDs are light.

      When the system is powered on, the configurations in the lan.cfg file are uploaded from the USB key to the memory of Collaboration Server and applied during the power-up sequence.System power-up sequence may take up to five minutes.

  3. Wait for the upload process to complete by observing following LED status.
    • Initially, ERR/RDY/ACT LEDs on the RealPresence Collaboration Server (RMX) 2000/4000 flicker and flash.
    • Upload is completed when all the LEDs turn off and only the red ERROR/ERR LEDs on the CTNL unit of the RealPresence Collaboration Server 2000/4000 remain ON.
    • When the configuration of the Collaboration Server is completed including the Management and IP Network Services, and if there are no System Errors, the STATUS LED on the front panel of Collaboration Server turns green.
    • On the MPMRx card of the RealPresence Collaboration Server (RMX) 2000/4000, initially, the ERR/RDY/ACT LEDs all flicker and flash, until only the RDY LED turns ON on the media card, while the ERR LED on the CTNL unit is still ON.Do not remove the USB Key from the RealPresence Collaboration Server until the connection with the MCU is established and the Login screen of the RMX Web Client is displayed. For more details, see Login to RealPresence Collaboration Server.