Wireless ePaper Displays from LANCOM offer state-of-the-art digital signage for a wide range of applications. The Displays are controlled by an innovative wireless technology with extremely low power consumption.
Activate the Wireless ePaper radio module in LANconfig under,
Use this to activate the Wireless ePaper feature in the access point.
The server must be configured for the connection type ThinAP2.0/TCP. Please refer to the LANCOM Support Knowledge Base for further information. Use the same method to set the following two configuration options to enable communication between the server and LCOS LX access points:
This can be done, for example, with "curl" as follows:
curl -X PUT http://localhost:8001/service/configuration/accessPointUseThinMode?value=true curl -X PUT http://localhost:8001/service/configuration/accessPointThinUseOutboundMode?value=trueNote: The legacy connection mode via UDP is not supported by LCOS LX.
- Server address
- Here you configure the IP address of the Wireless ePaper Server that the access point should contact.
- Server port
- The TCP destination port to be used for communication with the server.
- The protocol used to communicate with the server.
- Server Authentication
- Optionally, the access point can check the server certificate of the Wireless ePaper Server when it connects to it. If this option is enabled, a corresponding CA certificate (or certificate chain) in PEM format must also be loaded onto the access point via WEBconfig.
- Server Hostname Verification
- In connection with the Server Authentication option, this setting decides whether the "Common Name" specified in the certificate is checked for a match with the host name of the addressed Wireless ePaper Server.
Configure the radio channel to be used for controlling the Wireless ePaper Displays.
Depending on the radio channel used, connecting the server to a Display can take up to 30 minutes (channels 3, 5, 8, 9, 10) or up to 120 minutes (channels 0, 1, 2, 4, 6, 7). If possible, you should prefer the channels 3, 5, 8, 9 and 10, as Wireless ePaper Displays scan them more frequently and they do not interfere with the popular Wi-Fi channels 1, 6, and 11.
Important: Do not select the same channel for two access points that are in the same area. This causes interference and prevents Displays from joining the network. It is possible to set the same channel on two access points if you are sure that each display is only within range of one of these access points.