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SG1000 : User's Manual
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 Table of contents 
INTRODUCTION 1.  2.  Basis of Communication Configuring applications 2  2  2  3  3  4  5  6  6  6  6  6  6 

CONFIGURATION 1.  2.  3.  Configuration – General Overview Configuring – Remote Terminal Units Configuring – Wireless Access

DIAGNOSTICS 1.  2.  3.  4.  5.  Connection status Event Logs Monitoring Diagnostics network Maintenance


200.1 Pocket-PC n S500 o Softools 192.1 Ethernet local network (LAN) 192. GPRS S500 Remote Terminal Units. SG1000 supports all network functionalities (network interfaces.0. Basis of Communication The server enables an interconnection between 3 networks in order to ensure communication via IP links (Ethernet and GPRS) between the different Telemetry and SCADA applications: • 1 local area network (LAN) supporting SG1000. routing table) that allow communication between networks and ensure secure exchanges carried out over internet.200. Each Remote Terminal Unit connects to SG1000 and maintains this connection active.SG1000 : User's Manual Introduction 1. 2 May 10 – V 1.0.60 version and onwards. This router must be configured to support SG1000: ports 500 and 4500 for laptop PCs.3 192. all telemetry and SCADA data are routed via this link. and if necessary SOFTOOLS PCs for access and S500 Remote Terminal Units.1 c .0. and port 10504 for GPRS Remote Terminal Units. PCWin n : inter-rtu communication via SG1000 o : queries via PC/Softools p : supervisor call q : automatic supervisor call r : sending e-mail to an Internet destination q Softools @ SG1000 192.254 ADSL Router 192.4 p o Static public IP address Messaging server (e-mail) r GPRS S500 Remote Terminal Units S500 192.0. Laptop PCs are configured with a “Virtual Private Network” (VPN) connection. • 1 network of S500 Remote Terminal Units communicating via GPRS on public APN. • 1 network of Softools PCs or laptop Pocket PCs for access to GPRS Remote Terminal Units.168. the “ADSL-BOX”. Communication between different networks takes place via the SG1000 server. use a Public APN (IP addresses “private dynamic” or “public dynamic”). Configuring applications SG1000 is associated to a router “ADSL BOX” integrated in the local area network having a static public IP address enabling accessibility via GPRS tools.168. SCADA Central Station. compatible with the Laptop PCs (Softools or Pocket PC) 2. thereupon.168.168.

change the addresses and verify in particular the link that corresponds to the “ADSL BOX” address.0 192.255. 1. May 10 – V 1.255.2. its IP address and subnet mask must be defined with the consent of the network administrator. 9 9 9 9 9 Default IP address: Subnet mask: Default link: Username : Password: http://192. DNS For GPRS S500 Remote Terminal Units using literal addresses to communicate. the DNS server addresses must be configured in SG1000.0.1. For initial system start-up.1 ADMINI ADMINI 2 Depending on the local area network to which SG1000 is connected.1 c 3 . Configuration – General Overview 1.168. the user may use the default addresses and parameters without changing the configuration.SG1000 : User's Manual Configuration SG1000 configuration could be carried out “On-line” using a PC navigator via the Ethernet link.1/ 255.168. 1.0. Network (LAN) Once SG1000 is installed on an existing Ethernet (LAN) network.

1 c 4 . 2 A specific password is assigned to every remote terminal” allotted to SG1000 (from 1 to 253). SCADA Central Station…). The IP address of each Remote Terminal Unit is defined in the address slot “192. these parameters must coincide with the configuration of all S500 Remote Terminal Units.SG1000 : User's Manual 2. this GPRS password must be provided in the S500 configuration. The “GPRS” password must also be defined in the S500 local configuration May 10 – V 1. this address must be known to all services communicating with the Remote Terminal Unit in the GPRS network (other Inter-RTUs.168.200. Indicate the identification number defined in the S500 configuration IP address of the Unit defined by SG1000 Password defined by SG1000. Configuring – Remote Terminal Units All Remote Terminal Units of the S500 type enabling GPRS communication on public APN (via internet) must be configured on SG1000. The action “New Remote Terminal Unit” allows to configure the identification number of the S500 Remote Terminal Unit. and to define its password enabling GPRS access.

it is necessary to configure the wireless PC users in SG1000 (username and password). May 10 – V 1.SG1000 : User's Manual 3. Configuring – Wireless Access For wireless access to GPRS S500 Remote Terminal Units. The wireless connection of all PCs or Pocket PCs to SG1000 is protected by an authentication key configured for Windows in all PCs: provided by the user as a key made up of a maximum of 20 alphanumeric characters (See: documentation “Laptop PC”).1 c 5 .

It is possible to ensure live monitoring of communication between SG1000 and GPRS S500 Remote Terminal Units. or wireless PCs. incorrect password or connection refused).1 c 6 . 2. 4. this screen allows to execute the “Ping” of this address in order to verify its presence. an entry is logged in the SG1000 communication event log. Connection status The screen “Diagnostics – Status” allows checking the connection status of GPRS S500 Remote Terminal Units to SG1000: Connected Not connected In case of an error (unit number not defined. This screen also allows to read or to write the SG1000 configuration. Monitoring The information contained in the event logs serves to verify the correct functioning of SG1000 for 5 previous days.SG1000 : User's Manual Diagnostics 1. or to visualise disregarded data. The communication event log records events relative to all connections made to SG1000. and to execute a “Traceroute” to show the routing of IP data. the user can initiate a SG1000 stop process that enables saving the event logs. Maintenance On providing the address of a wireless tool. May 10 – V 1. Diagnostics network 5. 2 In case of system restart. as when there is a power failure. Event Logs 3. This screen also enables checking the connection status of a laptop PC or PCs. The diagnostics log records possible errors related to system functioning. Updates made to the configuration and to SG1000 software result in a system reset.