Das ip_tool hat je nach der Konfiguration der Datei verschiedene Anwendungen:

  • Es kann dir die IP-Adresse deines Mr Beams II geben. 
  • Es ermöglicht statische IP-Adresse für deinen Mr Beam II zu konfigurieren.
  • Es setzt statische IP-Adresse deines Mr Beams II zurück.


Du findest das ip_tool im Download-Bereich der Mr Beam Webseite.


Wie man den Support Stick benutzt: 3 einfache Schritte

ACHTUNG: Alle laufenden Laseraufträge werden abgebrochen.


1. Erstelle auf einem USB-Stick einen Ordner Namens mrbeam und kopiere die SIG-Datei dorthin (und die Datei "_public_params.yaml", falls nötig).
2. Stecke den USB-Stick in deinen Mr Beam. Nach einigen Sekunden siehst du ein weißes Lichtmuster.
3. Wenn dein Mr Beam hellgrün leuchtet, ziehe den USB-Stick ab. 
Geschätzte Laufzeit: <30 Sekunden.


Fertig! Du kannst nun das Output überprüfen, um die erforderlichen Informationen für die Verwendung deines Mr Beams II zu finden. 



Benötigst du mehr Hilfe? Dann hilft dir unser Support Stick Troubleshooting Guide weiter. 



(*) Configuring the public_params.yaml

To know the IP addresses of your Mr Beam II:

  • It is not necessary to include this file.


To set static IP addresses (advanced):

  • Rename the file to public_params.yaml (just remove the initial underscore).
  • Open it in a text editor and enter the desired Ethernet and/or WiFi IP addresses. Example configuration:
    # ethernet (cable) configuration
    eth0: 192.168.0.123
    eth0_routers: 192.168.0.1
    eth0_domain_name_servers: 192.168.0.1
    
    # wifi connection
    wlan0: 192.168.0.1
    wlan0_routers: 192.168.0.1
    wlan0_domain_name_servers: 192.168.100.1
    
    # (Optional) IP address of the router in your network
    # _routers:
    
    # (Optional) IP address of the DNS server in your network. Usually it's the same as the router.
    # _domain_name_servers:
    
    
  • Notes:
    • It is possible to only set the Ethernet or WiFi configuration, instead of both.
    • The chosen static IPs for eth0 and wlan0 MUST NOT be identical.
    • We recommend not to use IP addresses ending in 0,1 or 255.
    • It is assumed that the subnet mask of your network is 255.255.255.0, which has prefix length 24. You can correct this by adding the mask after the IP address. Example:
      eth0: 192.168.100.100/16
      wlan0: 192.168.100.101/16


To remove previously set static IP addresses:

  • Rename the file to public_params.yaml (just remove the initial underscore).
  • Open it in a text editor and remove IP definitions:
    # ethernet (cable) configuration
    eth0:
    eth0_routers:
    eth0_domain_name_servers:
    
    # wifi connection
    wlan0:
    wlan0_routers:
    wlan0_domain_name_servers:
    
    


(**) Checking the output

To know the IP addresses of your Mr Beam II.

  • Open the get_ip.txt file that got created in the mrbeamfolder. Example file:
    Mr Beam II
    Name: MrBeam-XXXX, S/N: 00000000XXXXXXXX-XX
    IP addresses:
    Ethernet: 192.168.100.100, WiFi: 192.168.100.101
    Routers: 192.168.100.1
    Domain name servers: 192.168.100.1, fe80::45ac:34dc:ac23:bbde%eth0
    
    IPv6 addresses:
    Ethernet: 2001:0db8:3c4d:0015:0000:0000:1a2f:1a2b, fe80::23a1:b152:ad53:cdfe%eth0
    WiFi: 2001:0db8:3c4d:0015:0000:0000:cd2f:1b2e, fe80::cc3f:bd0b:94c:8364%wlan0
    
    
  • The IP addresses of your Mr Beam II are the ones that are written in the forth line. To find your Mr Beam II just copy and paste any of those addresses in your Browser's address bar and hit enter.


If you were setting or removing static IP addresses:

  • Open the set_static_ip.txt file that got created in the mrbeam folder. Example file:
    Mr Beam II
    The following changes were done successfully:
    - set static routers,ip_address,domain_name_servers for wlan0 configuration
    - set static routers,ip_address,domain_name_servers for eth0 configuration
    
    Ethernet:
        IP address: 192.168.0.123
        Routers: 192.168.0.1
        Domain name servers: 192.168.0.1
    
    WiFi:
        IP address: 192.168.0.124
        Routers: 192.168.0.1
        Domain name servers: 192.168.0.1
    
    
  • If the static IPs were set correctly, you should be able to find your Mr Beam II using this IP addresses in your Browser.