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XDanger 12-11-08 01:38 PM

How do I connect this through a router?
 
http://www.uvp.com/manuals/81025101.pdf

Just plug it in?

ViN86 12-11-08 01:51 PM

Re: How do I connect this through a router?
 
looks like it.

crainger 12-11-08 07:20 PM

Re: How do I connect this through a router?
 
Oh!

What does it do?!

einstein_314 12-12-08 11:15 AM

Re: How do I connect this through a router?
 
Page 9 in that PDF is about how to connect it to a network......i suggest reading that part.

ViN86 12-12-08 01:35 PM

Re: How do I connect this through a router?
 
u shouldnt be reading gels if you cant figure out how to hook up the machine lol.

lduguay 12-12-08 01:43 PM

Re: How do I connect this through a router?
 
Just connect it to a switch/hub, configure it.
Use your ftp client or browser to connect to it.
Actually the pdf file has all the info you need

XDanger 12-12-08 06:59 PM

Re: How do I connect this through a router?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by crainger (Post 1872469)
Oh!

What does it do?!

Its a UV Camera for reading agarose gels.
http://www.vivo.colostate.edu/hbooks...s/agardna.html

It says I have to get my network admin to supply me with addresses and stuff.

We've run out of paper in the machine and theres no card reader at work,

I'll just donate one.

I think I ****ed it up, Its giving me a duplicate ip warning on startup and the lightcycler isnt showing up!!!!

I hate networking.

I.T. wont touch it coz its not part of the network, If it was I wouldnt be able to use a card reader as those are banned now same as flash drives due to recent govenment data loss bungles.

Floppies still work though, ****ing idiots.

einstein_314 12-18-08 03:49 PM

Re: How do I connect this through a router?
 
Okay....so get IT to supply you with an IP address and stuff. Just do what the manual says. I'm sure it works.


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