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  1. Connectivity Diagram WGT OrCU Router Ethernet (CAT5) Connect to Lan2 Ethernet (CAT5) Connect to Lan1 Internet • Open and mount the WGT according to the manual • Connect the WGT to power (120Volt) • Open and mount the OrCU according to the manual • Connect the OrCU to power (120Volt) • Connect the WGT with Ethernet cable to “Lan1” connector of the OrCU • Connect the OrCU to the Internet Router with Ethernet cable from “Lan2” connector FHO Server

  2. Port Forwarding • Click Start -> Run • Type “cmd” and press Enter • Type “ipconfig /all” in the new Command Prompt Window • Write down the IPv4 value of the result (i.e. 192.168.10.25) • Browse to your Internet Router (in most cases http://192.168.x.1, where “x” represent the bold value of step 4) • Login to you router (“admin/password” is the default login) • Locate the “Advanced” menu and look for “Port Forwarding” option (sometimes it can be found under “Network” or “Applications” menus) • Add a new port forwarding by creating a named instance (“DP Only” for example) and adding the IP address of the OrCU (default IP is 192.168.x.y, where “x” represent the bold value of step 4 and “y” represents the value from the last step of IP Assignment page) • Choose the type of protocol – Both (support TCP and UDP) • Choose Local Port as 6443 (sometimes referred to as “Private Port”) • Choose Remote Port as 6443 (also referred to as “Public Port”) • Apply new setting and reboot the router.

  3. Network Information • Click “Start” – “Run” • Type “ipconfig /all” and press Enter • Write down the values of IPv4, Mask, Gateway, DNS Servers

  4. IP Assignment • Click “Start” -> “Run” • Type “cmd” and press Enter • Type “ping xxx.xxx.xxx.100” and press Enter (xxx.xxx.xxx represents in this case the first 3 values of IPv4 from the previous page, i.e. 172.20.17) • Make sure the result is “Request timed out.”, which means the the address xxx.xxx.xxx.100 is available. • In other case continue with the “ping” command decreasing the last value by 1 (i.e. 99,98,97,…) • Write down the first available value the produces “Request timed out.” result