Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NCOVERVIEWThese notes are designed to provide a quick guide to setting up and using the IntelliLogger (logger) andthe accompanying HyperWare software when using these in conjunction with an Airlink Raven-E or RavenX cellular modem. Note that this application note also applies to Airlink Pinpoint-E and Pinpoint-X cellularmodems (similar products but equipped with GPS features).When using this configuration, users can set up the logger to connect to the Internet and send emails, senddata to an FTP server, or simply connect from a computer to the logger to view its status or configure it.SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATIONThis document used in conjunction with the Cellular Modem User Manual (from Sierra Wireless) and theIntelliLogger User Manual should enable activation and configuration of the CP-62-V (which is the LBI PartNumber for the Raven-X) Cellular Modem. The IntelliLogger User Manual is provided on the CD thataccompanies the IntelliLogger at time of purchase.For reference, the Cellular Modem User Manual should be downloaded from the Sierra Wireless Website: of this writing, the User Manuals, software utilities, etc can be downloaded specifically from thefollowing URLs. Note that this path may change as Sierra updates their Website:AlltelCP-62-AFor EV-DO w support and downloads.aspx?id 3,23,1,1Bell MobilityCP-62-BFor EV-DO w support and downloads.aspx?id 5,23,1,1AT&T / CingularCP-62-CFor HSDPA w support and downloads.aspx?id 4,24,1,1AT&T / CingularCP-62-CFor HSUPA w support and downloads.aspx?id 4,55,1,1RogersCP-62-RFor HSDPA w support and downloads.aspx?id 11,24,1,1RogersCP-62-RFor HSUPA EMEA w support and downloads.aspx?id 11,37,1,1SprintCP-62-SFor EV-DO w support and downloads.aspx?id 13,23,1,1TELUSCP-62-TFor EV-DO w support and downloads.aspx?id 17,23,1,1LOGIC BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 2 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NCVerizon WirelessCP-62-VFor EV-DO w support and downloads.aspx?id 19,23,1,1In the event that any of the above links do not work, the information is under the Support andDownloads menu. Select the Carrier (Verizon for the CP-62-V) and the product model Raven-X.This should then route to a download page where the desired documentation and utilities can beaccessed.CELLULAR M ODEM ACTIVATIONPrior to commencing modem and IntelliLogger configuration for cellular and Internet connectivity, thecellular modem must be activated on the cellular network.Data PlanTo activate the cellular modem, contact the cellular network provider and set up a Telemetry /Data plan (i.e. NOT a voice plan). As the CP-62-x modem is purchased specific to a particularcellular provider network (e.g. Verizon, Sprint, etc as specified by the -x suffix in the part number),it is critical that the modem and cellular network match.In procurement of a data plan, the ESN # on the cellular modem label will be required.Modem ActivationOnce the plan has been purchased and the username, password and modem ‘phone’ number areknown, the modem antenna should be connected and the modem powered up. At this time, themodem will enter into an ‘over the air service provisioning’ sequence (OTAPS) in which the modemwill use its ESN to contact the network and register with the purchased account. Upon successfulactivation, the ‘Network’ LED on the front of the modem will light.If the OTASP process should fail and the Network LED does not light steadily after a few minutes,it may be necessary to manually activate the modem. To perform this process manually, refer tothe procedure defined in Section 3 of the Raven-X User Guide, which can be downloaded from Web site.M ODEM IP SETUP USING ACE M ANAGERIn order to configure your modem you will need to download and install the Ace Manager software fromthe Sierra Wireless website, Once you have the software installed you will use itto connect to the modem and configure it for use with the logger.There are two communications methods that can be used to connect to the modem, RS-232 and Ethernet.RS-232 Connection (PPP)1. If your PC has a serial port, this is the recommended connection method for modemconfiguration. To connect via RS-232, connect the modem to your PC’s serial port andfollow the following steps:2. Launch the Ace Manager software.3. Click on the Connect button4. Select PPP.5. Select the correct port number. Note: leave the other fields in the connection dialogbox unchanged. Note: the default password is 12345.6. Click OK.7. Once the connection is established, proceed to the section titled “Configuring themodem for use with the logger” below.LOGIC BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 3 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NCEthernet ConnectionIf your PC does not have a serial port, an Ethernet connection must be established. This requires afew more steps than an RS-232 connection. By default, the modem is configured to act as aDHCP server. This means that the modem wants assign an IP address to the PC as soon as aconnection is established between the two. In order for this to work properly, the PC must beconfigured to accept its IP address from the modem.To connect to the modem via Ethernet, connect an Ethernet cable between the modem and the PCand follow the following steps:1. Open Control Panel in windows.2. Select Network Connections3. Right click on Local Area Network and select properties.4. Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click the Properties button.5. If “Use the following IP Address” is selected. Write down the IP Address, SubnetMask, and Default Gateway settings. These will be temporarily changed, but will needto be set back to the original settings. If “Obtain IP address automatically” is selected,proceed to step 86. Select “Obtain IP address automatically”7. Click Ok.8. Launch the Ace Manager software.9. Click on the Connect button10. Select TCP.11. Enter as the IP address. Leave the password unchanged. Note: thedefault password is 12345.12. Click connect.13. Once the connection is established, proceed to the section titled “Configuring themodem for use with the logger” below.LOGIC BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 4 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NCCONFIGURING THE CELLULAR M ODEM FOR USE WITH THE LOGGEROnce a connection between the modem and the PC running Ace Manager has been established, selectPPP/Ethernet from the list on the left side of the screen in Ace Manager. Adjust the modem’s settings asdescribed below.Figure 1; PPP/Ethernet Page1. Set HOSTPRIVATEMODE to 1.This is required to put the modem in the proper mode to communicate with the logger.2. Set HOSTPRIVIP to match the loggers IP addressWhen connecting to a logger that is connected to the modem, the modem needs to know the IPaddress of the logger in order to forward messages to it. This address is known as the private IPaddress. This private IP address must be assigned in the modem configuration to match the loggeras shown. In this example we’ve chosen as the loggers address (to be set into theIntelliLogger later). Since the modems default address is these two are compatibleaddresses. In reality 192.168.13.x will work as long as x does not match the modem’s x (in thiscase 31).3. Note the HOSTPEER IP address.Also take note on this configuration page that the Modem Local IP address is defined as192.168.13.31 by default. This is the IP address that devices (such as the logger) inside the localarea network can use to communicate with the modem. This IP address is also known as the“Default gateway” (since the IntelliLogger uses the modem as a “gateway” to the internet) and willbe used when configuring the logger.4. Set the HOSTNETMASKThe Host network mask must also match the settings used by the logger, so this should bechanged to BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 5 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NC5. Keep Alive PingCellular providers may shut down the network connection of modems that have not communicatedin a long period of time. This may mean that incoming connections to the modem may notimmediately be connected. To prevent this, there is an option to use called ‘Keep Alive Ping’,which periodically sends a test out to the Internet to verify the connection, re-establishing it ifnecessary.On the “Other” page in Wireless ACE, the *IPPING setting should be set to a value of 60 (units areminutes) to enable this feature, and *IPPINGADDR should be set to the IP address or URL of areliable website that will be used to verify Internet connectivity.With the above settings completed, once every 60 minutes, a test message will be sent to the site(or IP address) specified which will maintain continuous Internet connectivity.6. Dynamic DNS (optional setting depending on application requirements)Dynamic DNS is required in order to connect to the logger over the Internet via the cell modem. Itis not required if the cell modem is only going to be used for logger originated outgoingcommunications (e.g. FTP and Email)Each time the cell modem powers up and automatically registers with the cellular network, itreceives an IP address from the cellular network. This IP address most likely will NOT be thesame each time the modem joins the cellular network. In order to establish communication fromHyperWare-II and/or a Web browser to the logger this IP address must be known. If thisaddress never changed this would not be a problem. However, the address is very likely to changefrom time to time, especially after a modem power cycle.The system used to allow a connection to a logger/modem system with a changing IP address iscalled Dynamic DNS. DNS is essentially a big look-up table relating an Internet connected deviceName and its current IP address. As long as the table is current, the IP address of an Internetconnected device can change but it can still be accessed via the static name.To enable Dynamic DNS, select the “Dynamic IP” page in Wireless ACE.LOGIC BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 6 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NCFigure 2; Dynamic IP Page*MODEMNAME should be set to a unique DNS name. This name must be globally unique to avoidconflict with other modems that may be using the same name.*DOMAIN should be set to to use the default domain.*IPMANAGER1 setting should be changed to*IPMGRUPDATE1 should be set to a value of 60.Once these settings are made, the modem (and therefore the logger connected to it) can bereferred to using the dynamic address from the Name specified. For example if the modem namespecified was ‘Compressor18’, then to connect to the logger from HyperWare, you would use thefollowing URL in place of an IP address:Compressor18.eairlink.comBy using this Dynamic IP address method, whenever the modem detects that its IP address haschanged, the new IP address will be automatically (a modem feature) be communicated to theAirlink DNS server. When attempting to connect to, the traffic is routedthrough the Airlink DNS server and redirected to the current logger IP address.7. Write Settings to modemOnce the settings have been changed, click the Write button to send them to the modem. AceManager can be closed, as modem IP configuration is complete and the logger will be configuredusing HyperWare-II per the following section.LOGIC BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 7 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NCCONFIGURING THE INTELLILOGGER FOR CELLULAR M ODEM USEThe logger must be reconfigured slightly to work with the cellular modem. The modem expects the loggerto have a certain IP address to work correctly, so this must be changed if it is not already set.To change the logger IP address, connect to the logger from a PC running HyperWare-II using yourpreferred direct connection method – this can be serial, USB or Ethernet cable. If you need help with thisstep, please refer to the HyperWare-II manual.Enabling Logger EthernetOnce connected, from the Communications Window in HyperWare-II, double-click on the LoggerConfiguration/Settings icon (looks like a hammer image) to open the Logger Configuration Dialog.Select the “Communication” tab.Insure that the “Enable Ethernet (Network)” checkbox has been checked then switch to the“Network” Tab.Figure 3; IntelliLogger Configuration - Communication TabConfiguring Logger IP SettingsOn the Network Tab page, enter the following information:LOGIC BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 8 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NC1. IP ADDRESSThis address must match the address entered as ”HOSTPRIVIP” during modemconfiguration (from modem configuration steps above).2. SUBNET MASKEnter DEFAULT GATEWAYThis must be the address contained in the “HOSTPEERIP” during modemconfiguration. By default this value will be DOMAINThis field is not used and can be left blank.5. PRIMARY SERVER AND SECONDARY SERVEREnter the current addresses of the DNS servers. These addresses can be found byclicking the DNS menu link on the left side of the window. At the time of this writing,these values for Verizon are for the Primary Server and forthe Secondary Server.The values shown in the image below are addresses of alternate DNS servers that arepublicly available on the Internet. At the time of this writing these servers are availableand working well. However, this is not guaranteed to be the case in the future hence itis advised to use the Verizon DNS Server addresses first mentioned.Figure 4; IntelliLogger Configuration - Network Tab6. HTTP PORTConventionally, all HTTP communications (e.g. Web page communication) is routedthrough a software communication port within equipment and applications identified asLOGIC BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 9 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NC‘Port 80’. Some cellular providers disable Port 80 communications to prevent heavytraffic (i.e. Web page content) from congesting their networks.To work around this problem and assuming that it is desired to access theIntelliLogger via a Web browser, the HTTP Port setting should be changed within theIntelliLogger. The Port that the IntelliLogger is to use for HTTP type communicationsis specified in the Network tab of the Logger Communication dialog under “AdvancedNetwork Settings”.Figure 5; IntelliLogger Configuration - Network Tab - Advanced Network SettingsThe HTTP Port can be set to 8001 which can then be specified when accessing theIntelliLogger with a browser (details below)7. SEND THE CONFIGURATION TO THE INTELLILOGGERAfter entering the above logger IP settings, click the “Send to Logger” button at thebutton of the dialog which will write these settings to non-volatile memory within thelogger.At this point, the logger should be configured in a way that is compatible with thecellular modem. Notice that in the above settings we did not select the “Enable modem”checkbox on Communications tab – this is because the cellular modem behaves morelike a network router than a dial-up modem. You don’t need to worry about the detailsof this, however it is an important distinction.8. CYCLE THE MODEM POWERPower to the modem must be turned off/disconnected and then turned backon/reconnected before it can be used. This is required for the network and the modemto register its addresses and name on the DNS server. This process typically onlytakes a few minutes to complete but could take as long as an hour so the modem maynot work right away.CONNECTING THE M ODEM TO THE INTELLILOGGERThe Airlink modem is configured to register with the cellular network automatically after power-up andmaintain this connection permanently without needing to have the logger connected.Connect the antenna to the mating coax connector on the back of the modem. Omni-directional antennasshould be oriented vertically for best performance. Yagi type directional antennas will need aiming.LOGIC BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 10 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NCConnect the modem to the logger using the special “crossover” Ethernet cable provided.Note that this crossover cable is not the same as a normal Ethernet cable connecting computers to a LANvia a hub or switch, the wiring is slightly different. Typically, cross-over cables are marked accordingly. Ifthere is doubt, procure a known cross-over cable as the modem/logger configuration will NOT work if astandard cable is used.Connect one end of the crossover cable to the 10/100 port on the rear of the modem, and the other end ofthe cable to the Ethernet port of the logger.Caution: Note that the BBus connector on the IntelliLogger will also accept the standard RJ-45type plug on Ethernet cables. Insure that the cable is plugged into the connector labeled“Ethernet” and NOT into the BBus socket.Connect the power source to the modem mating connector. The PWR LED on the front panel shouldilluminate as soon as power is applied, then after a minute or two, the Link LED’s should come onindicating a connection and registration to the cellular network has been established.Figure 6; Raven E Cellular ModemLOGIC BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 11 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NCFigure 7; Raven X Cellular ModemESTABLISHING A COMMUNICATION LINK VIA THE M ODEMAfter the above modem and logger configurations are complete and assuming that the cellular modem hasbeen activated on your carrier’s network with a selected rate plan, communication between a PC and thelogger via the cellular modem is possible.Making a Browser Connection to LoggerLaunch a browser (Internet Explorer or Firefox for example) and in the Address bar, enter thefollowing URL: ‘modemname’ is the name of the cellular modem as assigned earlier in the Configuring theCellular Modem, DNS section above. Also, note the colon before and the slash after the :8001/.The 8001 specifies the port to use for the HTTP type communication (as browsers use). This portnumber needs to specified in the URL if the IntelliLogger HTTP Port setting has been changedfrom the default Port 80 to this recommended Port 8001 per the Logger Configuration sectionabove. Note that if using the default HTTP port of 80 (as defined in the logger’s advanced networksettings) then the :8001 suffix is not required. Using the colon followed by a port number is onlyrequired when not using the default port 80 for HTTP.After a few seconds, you should see something similar to the following screen, displaying thestatus of the logger. This web page is actually being served from inside the logger and is using theHTTP connection. The “http:// “ in the address indicates this is a http type request to the browser.LOGIC BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 12 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NCFigure 8; HTTP Connection to the IntelliLogger Via a ModemMaking a HyperWare-II Connection to LoggerFrom within HyperWare, open the Logger connection dialog, and select “Add” to create a newconnection for the cellular modem equipped IntelliLogger .Figure 9; Connection SettingsLOGIC BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 13 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NCThe Connection Name is only used in the Connection directory and can be any appropriate name.The IP address uses the which directs the connection to the DNS serverthat was described above.HyperWare-II uses a different protocol (TCP) and port than HTTP for communication with theIntelliLogger. For this reason, the IP Port 4660 is specified and it should match the “TCP Port”specified in the Advanced Network Settings dialog (see above). 4660 is the conventional port forTCP and in most cases will not need to be changed.Keep in mind that it is possible to reassign both this port and the HTTP port used by the loggeras may be required in certain unusual situations per the Advanced Settings dialog within theConfiguration/Network Tab as described above.After entering these settings, click OK to save them, then select the name of the Connection youjust created from the Logger Connection dialog and click on the Connect button to establish aconnection with the logger. After the connection is made, you should be able to perform all regularfunctions you would normally be able to do on a logger using any other connection method.Making a GreenWater ConnectionThe GreenWater application that accompanies the HyperWare application can be used to view theHTTP (web) status pages in the logger in much the same way as a regular web browser would do,and in addition to this allows access to any custom web pages stored in the logger.To connect GreenWater to the logger over the cellular connection, use the same connection stringthat was used in the example given for the browser, namely: will connect to the logger’s initial status page. From here you can navigate to the other pages,including any custom web pages.If you need help creating custom web pages, please refer to the HyperWare help manual.EMAIL VIA A CELLULAR CONNECTED INTELLILOGGERThe IntelliLogger can be configured to send emails via the cellular network by use of the Email icon in aProgram Network. This section adds some additional information to augment that provided in theIntelliLogger Users Manual. Please refer to the manual as well for supporting documentation.Configuration Details related to Sending EmailsTo allow emails to be sent, an outgoing SMTP mail server must be specified within the logger. Thistells the logger where to send emails for routing onto the Internet.Once connected, from the Communications Window in HyperWare-II, double-click on the LoggerConfiguration/Settings icon (looks like a hammer image) to open the Logger Configuration Dialog.Select the “Network” tab.Once on the Network page, click the SMTP (Email) Settings button to open the SMTP Settingsdialog. Enter the values for your email (SMTP).The “Use SMTP Authentication” checkbox needs to be checked and the username and passwordentered. These values are connected to your cellular modem account and can be obtained fromyour service provider.LOGIC BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 14 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NCAfter entering these values, click OK to save them, then click “Send to Logger” to update theconfiguration in the logger.Making an Email NetNow we can configure an email icon to test the email connection by going to the “Net Config”screen.Figure 10; Going to the "Net Config" screen and click Query Logger Configuration buttonFrom here click the Query Logger Configuration toolbar button to scan the logger’s hardwarebefore continuing.Next, drag an Email icon, a Sample Rate Clock icon and a POI icon from the tool palette, then usethe two LED icons that appeared after the hardware poll to create the simple net in Figure 11.LOGIC BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 15 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NCFigure 11; HyperWare-II Program NetDon’t worry about the Sample Rate Clock icon’s output not being connected. This is fine. We’re notactually using it, but the net needs to have at least one Sampler Rate Clock icon in order tooperate.Configuring the Periodic Output Icon (POI)Leave the default settings for the Sample Rate Clock (Output Trigger Pulse every one second),but change the settings for the POI as shown in Figure 12. This forces the output of this icon on for5 seconds, then off for 45 seconds, or in other words, once every 50 seconds there will be anoutput from this icon. So the result of this net program will send a test email once every 50seconds.LOGIC BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 16 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NCFigure 12; Periodic Output Icon Configuration DialogConfiguring the Email IconConfigure the Email icon as shown in Figure 13.Figure 13; Email Icon Configuration DialogLOGIC BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 17 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NCNote that in the To: area you should enter your own email address instead of the dummy oneshown in the picture.The ‘From’ email address must be a valid email address. Any valid email address can be used.Because we are sending a simple test email, the subject and Message text simply contain dummytext as shown here, but in a real application this can be tailored to suit your needs.In a more realistic application, the Data Files tab would typically be used to attach recorded datato these emails, but this is beyond the scope of this simple test – refer to the HyperWare UsersManual for more details. Additionally, actual sampled values can be embedded into the emailmessage using the Input Value Insertion feature. Refer to the IntelliLogger Users manual fordetails.The two LED icons do not require any configuration, other than renaming the icons.Uploading the NetOnce this is complete, you should save the net, then switch back to the main communicationsscreen and send this new net to the logger by dragging the net image from the computer over tothe logger.Figure 14; HyperWare-II Communication WindowLOGIC BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 18 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NCRunning the NetNow run the new net by double clicking on the ENABLE button on the logger image and answeringYes when the confirmation dialog appears.Stopping the NetAfter a minute or two you should begin receiving emails. At this point you may want to stop thelogger to prevent getting more emails by double clicking on the STOP button on the logger image.FTP OF DATA USING THE CELLULAR M ODEMFTP is a reliable type of data transfer that has been used across networks and on the Internet for sometime. It is particularly useful for sending large amounts of data over networks. The logger is designed tomake use of this type of data transfer to send logged information when programmed to do so. Thissection adds some additional information to augment that provided in the IntelliLogger Users Manual.Please refer to the manual as well for supporting documentation.Before any data can be sent using FTP, you must ensure there is a suitable FTP server available toreceive this data.FTP servers are typically configured by IT departments within organizations and require some specializedknowledge of the network on which they are connected. Once they are configured, these FTP servers willbe given an IP address describing where they are on a network, and also a port number.In addition to this information, you will generally need a username and password to connect to an FTPserver. There may even be a specified directory or folder name to use when storing data.These questions must be answered before attempting to set up a logger to cater for FTP, otherwise it willnot work correctly.Making a Simple NetBefore sending any data, we need to configure a net to collect data first. We can do this bycreating a very simply net from the “Net Config” screen again, click the check hardware toolbarbutton, just as we did when we made an Email Net earlier.Figure 15; Simple NetDrag a Sample Rate Clock icon and a RAM icon from the tool palette and use the CJCtemperature icon that appeared after the hardware poll to create the net shown in Figure 15. Usingthe default icon values, this simple net will record the temperature of the on-board CJC everysecond.LOGIC BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 19 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NCAdding an FTP iconNow that we have a simple net that records data, we need to add an FTP icon to send thisrecorded data to the FTP server. Dragging an FTP icon from the tool palette can do this, howeverwe also need to drag a Periodic Output Icon (POI) too so that we can control how often the FTPmessages are sent.Figure 16; Program Net with an FTP IconYour final net should look something like Figure 16. We now need to configure the POI icon andthe FTP icon so that they are configured correctly.Configuring the Periodic Output IconWe are using the Periodic Output Icon in this instance to control how often the FTP icon sends it’sdata. Copy the settings shown below to make the FTP icon send data to the server every 50seconds.Figure 17; Periodic Output Icon Configuration DialogConfiguring the FTP IconThe settings on the FTP Destination tab of the FTP icon should be configured in accordance withyour specific FTP server settings. The names and numbers you use will probably not match thoseshown in Figure 18. You may need to consult with your IT department for specific details.LOGIC BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 20 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NCFigure 18; FTP Icon Configuration Dialog – FTP Destination TabNote that the Directory entry shown here is a single period (.) indicating that the directory (folder)to use should be the default login folder.Data Files TabConfigure the Data Files tab as shown below. This will essentially send all recorded data since thelast successful transfer, so that every 50 seconds the net will send 50 second’s worth of data.LOGIC BEACH INCORPORATEDwww.logicbeach.comPage 21 of 24

Application NotesLOGIC BEACH I NCFigure 19; FTP Icon Configuration Dialog - Data Files TabThe Filename entry towards the bottom provides a prefix for the filenames that arrive. Appendingthe unique date/time to the Filename allows you

IntelliLogger later). Since the modems default address is these two are compatible addresses. In reality 192.168.13.x will work as long as x does not match the modem's x (in this case 31). 3. Note the HOSTPEER IP address. Also take note on this configuration page that the Modem Local IP address is defined as by .