STEP 1: Locate the V1 CYBERA ROUTER connected to your PASSPORT POS (Models may vary)
STEP 2: Connect the Ethernet cable Form the Back-Office Computer to PORT 2 On Cybera Router.
Step 1: On your Back Office PC, go to Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center > Click on Change Adapter Settings [?]
Step 2: Right click on the Ethernet Adapter network and click on properties [?]
Note: In the Adapter Settings screen, there are a list of networks, you should see your Ethernet Adapter plugged in
Step 3: On the Properties window, select option Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv4) and click on properties.
Step 4: On the new Properties window select the option labeled as "Use the following IP address", and type the following information
STEP 3: View & Configure Network Connections
Step 4: Set Up I.P. Addresses as Follows
I.P. address 10.96.10.2
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
Default gateway 10.96.10.1
Preferred DNS 220.127.116.11
Alternate DNS 18.104.22.168
Once connection is established, map the network drive on your computer to start receiving and share files with the Passport POS. Click on Windows Start Button > Computer > right click on Network option on the left side of the new window and select "Map Network Drive"
Step 7: On the "Map Network Drive" window enter the following:
Select the Drive as Z (if Z is taken, any other letter will work)
Enter the path name under the folder option: \\10.5.48.2\XMLGateway
: Enter credentials when prompted:
Username: BackOffice (capital B and capital O)
Password: BackOffice (capital B and capital O)
Note: Select the box, remember credentials to prevent losing the folder sharing, click OK when done and you should see a list of folders that are being shared with the Passport POS.
Note: If you have a dual-NIC PC, you will need to add the following route via an administrator session of Command Prompt:
route add /p 10.5.48.0 mask 255.255.255.192 10.96.10.1 metric 1 (For passport)
route add /p 192.168.31.0 mask 255.255.255.0 10.96.10.1 metric 1 (you don’t have to use this)