RipEX – User manual

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RipEX
Radio modem & Router

User manual

fw 1.9.x.x

2021-04-26
version 1.27

Table of Contents

Important Notice
Quick guide
1. RipEX – Radio router
1.1. Introduction
1.2. Key Features
2. RipEX in detail
2.1. Applications
2.2. Bridge mode
2.2.1. Detailed description
2.2.2. Functionality example
2.2.3. Configuration examples
2.3. Router mode
2.3.1. Router – Flexible, Detail description
2.3.2. Router – Flexible, Functionality example
2.3.3. Router – Flexible, Configuration examples
2.3.4. Router – Flexible, Addressing hints
2.3.5. Router – Base driven, Detail description
2.3.6. Router – Base driven, Functionality example
2.3.7. Router – Base driven, Configuration example
2.4. Serial SCADA protocols
2.4.1. Detailed Description
2.5. Combination of IP and serial communication
2.5.1. Detailed Description
2.6. Diagnostics & network management
2.6.1. Logs
2.6.2. Graphs
2.6.3. SNMP
2.6.4. Ping
2.6.5. Monitoring
2.7. Firmware update and upgrade
2.8. Software feature keys
3. Network planning
3.1. Data throughput, response time
3.2. Frequency
3.3. Signal budget
3.3.1. Path loss and fade margin
3.4. Multipath propagation, DQ
3.4.1. How to battle with multipath propagation?
3.5. Network layout
3.6. Hybrid networks
3.7. Assorted practical comments
3.8. Recommended values
4. Bench test
4.1. Connecting the hardware
4.2. Powering up your RipEX
4.3. Connecting RipEX to a programming PC
4.4. Basic setup
4.5. Functional test
5. Product
5.1. Dimensions
5.2. Connectors
5.2.1. Antenna
5.2.2. Power and Control
5.2.3. ETH
5.2.4. COM1 and COM2
5.2.5. USB
5.2.5.1. External USB flash disc
5.2.6. GPS
5.2.7. Reset button
5.3. Indication LEDs
5.4. Technical specification
5.4.1. Detailed Radio parameters
5.5. Model offerings
5.5.1. Ordering codes
5.5.2. Accessories overview
5.6. Accessories
6. Installation
6.1. Mounting
6.1.1. DIN rail mounting
6.1.2. Flat mounting
6.1.3. 19″ rack mounting
6.1.4. IP51 mounting
6.2. Antenna mounting
6.3. Antenna feed line
6.4. Grounding
6.5. Connectors
6.6. Power supply
7. Advanced Configuration
7.1. Menu header
7.2. Status
7.3. Settings
7.3.1. Device
7.3.2. Radio
7.3.3. ETH
7.3.4. COM
7.3.5. Protocols
7.4. Routing
7.4.1. Routing
7.4.1.1. Interfaces
7.4.1.2. Routes
7.4.1.3. Backup
7.4.1.4. Buttons
7.4.2. Nomadic mode
7.4.2.1. Basic description
7.4.2.2. Configuration
7.4.2.3. Nomadic mode diagnostics
7.4.2.4. Nomadic mode in relation to other RipEX services
7.4.2.5. Buttons
7.5. VPN
7.5.1. IPsec
7.5.1.1. Basic Description
7.5.1.2. Configuration
7.5.1.3. IPsec diagnostics
7.5.1.4. IPsec in relation to other RipEX services
7.5.1.5. Buttons
7.5.2. GRE
7.5.2.1. Basic description
7.5.2.2. Configuration
7.5.2.3. GRE diagnostics
7.5.2.4. GRE in relation to other RipEX services
7.5.2.5. Buttons
7.6. Diagnostic
7.6.1. Neighbours and Statistic
7.6.1.1. Buttons
7.6.1.2. Top bar
7.6.1.3. Neighbours
7.6.1.4. Statistic
7.6.2. Graphs
7.6.3. Ping
7.6.4. Monitoring
7.7. Maintenance
7.7.1. SW feature keys
7.7.2. Configuration
7.7.3. Firmware
7.7.4. Administrator account
7.7.5. Miscellaneous
7.7.6. SSL certificate
7.7.7. Remote access keys
7.7.7.1. User key
7.7.8. RF transmission test
7.7.9. Technical support package
8. CLI Configuration
8.1. CLI Examples
9. Troubleshooting
10. Safety, regulations, warranty
10.1. Frequency
10.2. Safety distance
10.3. High temperature
10.4. RoHS, WEEE and WFD
10.5. Hazardous locations
10.6. Conditions of Liability for Defects and Instructions for Safe Operation of Equipment
10.7. Important Notifications
10.8. EU Declaration of Conformity RED
10.9. Simplified EU declaration of conformity
10.10. ATEX Certificate
10.11. IP51 Certificate
10.12. Compliance Federal Communications Commission
10.13. Country of Origin
10.14. Warranty
10.15. RipEX maintenance
A. OID mappings
B. Abbreviations
Revision History