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Use this video to learn how to install a MOXA device driver for connection to a bender for linking to a virtual COM port through a network.
This video assumes that the MOXA device is completely programmed and attached to the bender network through a LAN cable or Wireless connection.

  • See the YouTube video.
  • See the MP4 video.
  • Download the NPort DataSheet.

Programming the MOXA with FACTORY Settings

Follow these steps to program a MOXA NPort with factory settings (the videos above assume that this has already been performed).

  1. Download and install the MOXA NPort Windows Driver Manager
  2. Plug a standard patch cable from the setup computer to the MOXA device.
  3. Run the 'nport' program that was just installed.
  4. Click on the 'Add' button.
  5. Click on the 'Search' button.
  6. Close the Search window. If it asks if you want to add this device as a COM port, then say no if you intend to change the IP in the MOXA.
  7. Set the IP address of the computer port so that the first three octets match the MOXA just located. For example, in this case we use '192.168.126'. Then we add '.1' to the end for the computer's IP address.
  8. Load an internet browser and type the same address, but with .254 at the end. In this case, we type '192.168.126.254' in the address box and press Enter.
  9. The MOXA NPort Web Consolepage should display. Click on Network Settings, then click o Ethernet/Bridge Settings.
  10. Change the IP address to the new network scheme. (Often with this format: 192.168.1.nnn, were 'nnn' is any number from 2 to 254). We recommend that you used 'Static' if you want the MOXA to always remember its IP address.
  11. Click on Submit.
  12. Click on Save/Restart.
  13. Set the IP address of the computer port to 192.168.1.1
  14. Follow the steps in the video above to add a COM port
  15. Use the Advanced Tubular Loopback Tester Software tester software with a loopback plug to determine if the MOXA will communicate. (See how to create a loopback plug here: Loopback Adapter Wiring Specification
  16. Power the MOXA down then back up to be sure it retains the IP addressed programmed.
  17. Run the Loopback test again.



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Use this video to learn how to install a MOXA device driver for connection to a bender for linking to a virtual COM port through a network.
This video assumes that the MOXA device is completely programmed and attached to the bender network through a LAN cable or Wireless connection.

  • See the YouTube video.
  • See the MP4 video.
  • Download the NPort DataSheet.

Programming the MOXA with FACTORY Settings

Follow these steps to program a MOXA NPort with factory settings (the videos above assume that this has already been performed).

  1. Download and install the MOXA NPort Windows Driver Manager
  2. Plug a standard patch cable from the setup computer to the MOXA device.
  3. Run the 'nport' program that was just installed.
  4. Click on the 'Add' button.
  5. Click on the 'Search' button.
  6. Close the Search window. If it asks if you want to add this device as a COM port, then say no if you intend to change the IP in the MOXA.
  7. Set the IP address of the computer port so that the first three octets match the MOXA just located. For example, in this case we use '192.168.126'. Then we add '.1' to the end for the computer's IP address.
  8. Load an internet browser and type the same address, but with .254 at the end. In this case, we type '192.168.126.254' in the address box and press Enter.
  9. The MOXA NPort Web Consolepage should display. Click on Network Settings, then click o Ethernet/Bridge Settings.
  10. Change the IP address to the new network scheme. (Often with this format: 192.168.1.nnn, were 'nnn' is any number from 2 to 254). We recommend that you used 'Static' if you want the MOXA to always remember its IP address.
  11. Click on Submit.
  12. Click on Save/Restart.
  13. Set the IP address of the computer port to 192.168.1.1
  14. Follow the steps in the video above to add a COM port
  15. Use the Advanced Tubular Loopback Tester Software tester software with a loopback plug to determine if the MOXA will communicate. (See how to create a loopback plug here: Loopback Adapter Wiring Specification
  16. Power the MOXA down then back up to be sure it retains the IP addressed programmed.
  17. Run the Loopback test again.



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