Configuring Ethernet connection - AWS810-SOLAR

AWS810 Solar Edition Configuration and Maintenance Guide

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Configure Ethernet connection to be able to connect to DMU801 over Ethernet.

Make sure that you are not connected to DMU801 through the same connection that you are configuring. For example, if you are configuring the eth0 connection, make sure that you are connected to DMU801 through USB‑C cable, eth1, or modem.
  1. In the Web UI, go to Settings > Network.
  2. In eth0, set the following:
    Select Enabled.
    Address type
    • Select DHCP if the network assigns network settings automatically, and refresh your web browser.
    • Select Static to configure network settings manually.

    If you selected Static, fill in the rest of the fields with information provided by your local network administrator.

    IP address
    Set a suitable IP address according to the used network (default =
    Subnet prefix length

    Give the number of network bits. For example:

    • = 24 (default)
    • = 27
    Default gateway
    Default =
    DNS address 1
    IP address of the primary DNS server.
    DNS address 2
    IP address of the secondary DNS server.
  3. If you want to set another IP route for the network interface, select Add new IP route, and set the following:
    Destination network IP address
    Destination network or device address.
    Subnet prefix length
    Number of network bits in Destination network IP address.
    Gateway address for connecting to the destination network or device.
    Route metric
    Route metric value according to which the routing decisions are made. If 2 or more active network interfaces that have routing entries with equal subnet length define access to the destination network, the one with the lower route metric value will be used.
  4. To save the changes, select Save.
In the Web UI, eth1 is for configuring the Ethernet settings for Ethernet Switch Module DME801. If you have DME801 in your system configuration, set the values in eth1 similarly to eth0.