Getting Started With V3
Logging into your new StarV3 system for the first time
The defaults are: 192.168.1.1 on ether1 192.168.2.1 on ether2 192.168.3.1 on wpci1 (the first atheros card)
Additionally, wpci1 has a default 802.11b/g access point enabled so you can associate to it with a wireless client (a laptop's wifi will work) and communicate with it on 192.168.3.1.
The default login is admin, the default password is 1234.
You must use an ssh client to login, PuTTY is recommended for Windows.
Gateworks-based WAR4 layout
Outside corner ethernet connector is ether1, power over ethernet input goes here
Inside ethernet connector is ether2
wpci1 - Top, closest to serial port, wpci1
wpci2 - Top, closest to ethernet ports
wpci3 - Bottom, closest to serial port
wpci4 - Bottom, closest to ethernet ports, wpci4
Gateworks-based WAR2 layout
Outside corner ethernet connector is ether1, POE goes here
Other ethernet connector is ether2
wpci1 - Furthest from ethernet ports
wpci2 - Next to ethernet ports
ADI-based WAR4-METRO Layout
With the WAR4-METRO face-down, ethernet and serial connectors facing up:
wpci1 - top right slot
wpci2 - bottom right slot
wpci3 - bottom left slot
wpci4 - top left slot
Also, the actual ordering of radio cards vs. silkscreened labeling on the board is:
- pci0 - wpci4
- pci1 - wpci3
- pci2 - wpci2
- pci3 - wpci1
See also forum post with picture.