LLT User's Guide

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User’s Guide

Local Loading Tool (LLT) For TELIUM™ Terminals

Ingenico - 190-192 avenue Charles de Gaulle - 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine Tél. 33(0)1 46 25 82 00 - Fax 33 (0)1 47 72 56 95 - [email protected] Copyright © 2011 Ingenico All rights reserved

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CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION _______________________________________________ 5 2. Environment__________________________________________________ 5 3. Software installation ___________________________________________ 5 4. Software removal _____________________________________________6 5. Use of LLT functions ___________________________________________6 5.1. Connecting to the terminal _____________________________________________ 6 5.2. Connection rules _____________________________________________________ 7 5.3. Disconnecting to the terminal __________________________________________ 8 5.4. Software component downloading ______________________________________ 8 5.5. Parameter files downloading ___________________________________________ 8 5.6. List of components in the terminal_______________________________________ 9 5.7. Uploading diagnostic files (*.DIA) _______________________________________ 9 5.8. File selection and transfer ______________________________________________10 5.9. Displaying and consultation ____________________________________________ 12 5.10.

Catalogue file management _________________________________________ 15

6. Views of some files ___________________________________________ 18 6.1. File LIFECOUNTER.DIA_________________________________________________18 6.2. File BOOSTER?.DIA____________________________________________________18 6.3. File APPDEFAULT.DIA _________________________________________________19 6.4. File APPCOUNTER.DIA_________________________________________________19

7. LLT Setting __________________________________________________20 7.1. File LLT. INI_________________________________________________________ 20 7.2. File LLT.PRM_________________________________________________________ 21 7.3. File LLT.LNG _________________________________________________________ 21 LLT User’s Guide • 900001549 R11 000 02 _ 296107410 Copyright © 2011 Ingenico All rights reserved

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7.4. File LLT.BMK_________________________________________________________ 21 7.5. LLT used in command mode ____________________________________________22 7.6. Displaying the USB connection port number_______________________________25

8. Appendices__________________________________________________26 8.1. List of short cut keys _________________________________________________ 26 8.2. List of icons and their function _________________________________________ 26 8.3. Problems and Solutions________________________________________________27

9. Connection Configuration with terminal__________________________28 9.1. With Windows ® XP Professional _______________________________________ 28 9.2. With Windows ® Vista Professional _____________________________________ 39 9.3. With Windows ® 7 Professional ________________________________________ 55

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1. INTRODUCTION This document describes the installation process and the implementation of the Local Loading Tool (LLT). This tool allows the user to download software components or parameter files in the terminals with TELIUM ™ technology. In the continuation of this document, the following designations « terminals with TELIUM ™ technology » will be replaced indifferently by the word « terminal » or the abbreviation « EFT ». To install and use the LLT software follow the different steps described below: • Software installation • Connection Configuration with terminal according to the used Windows ® platform. • Use of the LLT Functions.

2. Environment LLT software runs under Microsoft ® Windows ® platform: • Windows ® XP Service Pack 3 • Windows ® Vista Professional Service Pack 2 • Windows ® 7 Professional In order for the software to run the computer where the software is installed must have a CD-ROM drive and a serial or USB port.

3. Software installation You must have administrative privileges to install and to uninstall this program. This includes having administrative privileges the first time you start your computer after installing or uninstalling. LLT use port IP 6000 for data exchange. The use of this port must not be forbidden by the network administration (Firewall, Virtual Private Network (VPN)) or must not be used by another application. Before installing the LLT application, make sure that all applications are closed. Then, insert the CD-ROM containing the LLT software and follow instructions of the LLT setup. If your PC doesn't run the setup automatically, click "Start" button from the task bar, choose "Run ...", then "Browse ..." CD drive and select "LLT_setup.exe". Once you have completed the setup procedure, you can launch the tool by double-clicking on the LLT icon or from Start button Choose: Programs -> TELIUM Tools -> LLT xx.yy -> LLT xx.yy (where xx, yy are major and minor version number). The USB driver for terminals with TELIUM ™ technology is automatically installed during the LLT installation.

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4. Software removal From task bar click Start and choose Programs -> TELIUM Tools -> LLT xx.yy -> LLTxx.yy Uninstall.

5. Use of LLT functions LLT allows downloading software components or parameter files in the terminal during a downloading activity. It also may allow uploading diagnostic file during a diagnostic or maintenance activity.

5.1.

Connecting to the terminal

Before the first connection, • See chapter ‘Connection Configuration with terminal‘in function of platform Microsoft ® Windows ® used. •

Make sure the serial cable or the USB cable is correctly connected to the PC and terminal.



Make sure the terminal is ready to be connected. The terminal must be switched to LLT mode using the key combination: simultaneously pressing '.' and yellow button (to reset the terminal) and then pressing "Up" key. When LLT mode is reached, the "LLT" message is displayed on the terminal screen.

Different ways to connect: •

with mouse: by clicking on the icon



with the LLT menu: Terminal Æ Connection.



with shortcut key: F4.

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5.2. Connection rules 5.2.1.

Definitions

COMs: list of COM ports installed, USBs: list of USB ports with a terminal connected. For LLT options see LLT.ini file description.

5.2.2. •

Graphical mode

Option ‘EnumUSB’ is on (yes: default value). Priority is given to USB link. ¾ A single terminal connected in USBs ==> trying to connect with this terminal, ¾ More then one terminal connected in USBs ==> a dialog box is opened to select which USB port to use. ¾ No terminal connected in USBs ==> trying to connect using the port selected in the window ‘LLT Connection properties’ (LLT menu : Connection Æ Connection configuration).



Option ‘EnumUSB’ is off (no) The attempt to connect is made with the port selected in the window ‘LLT Connection properties’ (LLT menu : Connection Æ Connection configuration).

5.2.3.

Command mode (see chapter : LLT used in command mode)



Option ‘EnumUSB’ is on (yes: default value) ¾ Number of port provided (with -x parameter) ƒ it is present in COMs and in USBs ==> trying to connect using this port, ƒ it is absent in USBs and a single terminal connected to USB ==> trying to connect with this terminal, ƒ it is present in COMs and USBs is empty, ==> trying to connect using this port, ƒ it is absent in COMs ==> Error (-19), ¾ Number of port not provided (without -x parameter ) ƒ if a single terminal connected to USB ==> trying to connect with this terminal, ƒ 0 or more terminals connected to USB ==> Error (-19),



Option ‘EnumUSB’ is off (no) ¾ Number of port provided (with -x parameter) ƒ it is present in COMs ==> trying to connect using this port, ƒ it is absent in COMs ==> Error (-19), ¾ Number of port not provided (without -x parameter ) ==> trying to connect using the last port used (in the last connection).

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5.3. Disconnecting to the terminal The LLT must be disconnected before unplugging the cable. This will cause a reset of the terminal. Different ways to disconnect: •

with mouse: by clicking on the icon



with the menu: Terminal Æ Disconnect.



with shortcut keys: CTRL + F4.

5.4. Software component downloading •

Select the downloading activity in the LLT menu: Activity Æ Downloading.



Connect to the terminal (see Connecting to the terminal).



Move in the LLT explorer in order to select the catalogue files corresponding to the components to be downloaded (see File selection).



Download the component(s) in the SWAP directory of the terminal (see File transfer).



Disconnect (see Disconnecting from the terminal). After the reset terminal, the valid components are transferred in the SYSTEM directory in order to be used.

5.5. Parameter files downloading You can download a parameter file usable by an application in the HOST directory of the terminal. Note: the application using this parameter file will have to delete it after using. •

Select the downloading activity in the LLT menu: Activity Æ Downloading.



Connect to the terminal (see Connecting to the terminal).



Go to HOST directory by clicking directory (terminal side).



Move in the LLT explorer (PC side) in order to select the files to be downloaded (see File selection).



Download the component(s) in the HOST directory of the terminal (see File transfer).



Disconnect (see Disconnecting from the terminal).

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5.6. List of components in the terminal •

Select the downloading activity in the LLT menu: Activity Æ Downloading.



Connect to the terminal (see Connecting to the terminal).



Double click on RUNNING.LST file or used the LLT menu: Terminal Æ Component list or CTRL + F shortcut keys to display the component list.

5.7. Uploading diagnostic files (*.DIA) •

Select the downloading activity in the LLT menu: Activity Æ Diagnostic.



Connect to the terminal (see Connecting to the terminal).



Select the diagnostic files in the terminal view to be uploaded (see File selection).



Transfer the file(s) in a PC directory (see File transfer).



Disconnect (see Disconnecting from the terminal).



Display content of diagnostic files (see LifeCounter.dia , Booster.dia, AppDefault.dia or AppCounter.dia)

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5.8. File selection and transfer 5.8.1.

File selection

The file selection is made in the same way as Windows Explorer: - select a file by clicking on it, - select all the files pressing simultaneously Ctrl and A keys, - select contiguous files by clicking on a file with ‘Shift’ key, - select non-contiguous files by clicking on a file with ‘Ctrl’ key, - … 5.8.1.1. Selection a catalogue file (Mxx corresponding to the catalogue file extension) allows Selecting ‘*.Mxx’ in the file type list the user to view catalogue files in the current directory. When a catalogue file transfer is carried out, all files present in that catalogue file will be transferred.

5.8.1.2. Selecting a package It is possible to transfer files presents in a package built from ‘IngPackager’ tool by selecting the ‘descriptor.xml’ file and downloading (drag&drop). Only the ‘ … ’ and ‘ … ’ tags are supported. Warning: The ‘’ tags are not supported. All files associated with the terminal product type and with the ‘’ tag and files with the ‘’ tag are downloaded.

5.8.1.3. Selecting a file list Selecting “*.*” in the file type list, allows the user to view all files and sub directories from the current directory. In this mode all selected files will be transferred.

5.8.2.

Filter function

A filter function is available. Usage of characters ‘*’ and ‘?’ is implemented.

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5.8.3.

File transfer

Once connection has been established (see Connecting to the terminal) terminal and once files have been selected (see File selection): •

with the menu: Terminal Æ File downloading or Terminal Æ File uploading



with mouse: drag and drop (from the source window to destination window).



with shortcut keys: F2 or CTRL + F2.

By default the remote downloading activity is selected. Maintenance and diagnostics activities are also possible from LLT by selecting the menu "Activity".

5.8.4.

Copy File List

You can copy the list of selected file from the current view to the clipboard with the popup menu or with the CTRL + C keys.

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5.9. Displaying and consultation 5.9.1.

Direct access to a directory of the computer

Select the directory in the list of the favourite directories.

To add a path in the list selects a directory in the tree view: • with shortcut keys : SHIFT + INS • or with the popup menu (with the right button of the mouse).

To delete a path in the list, select the directory name in the tree view: • with shortcut keys: SHIFT + DEL • or use the popup menu (with the right button of the mouse).

When the LLT application is closed, it is possible to automatically add the current directory in the list of the favourite directories with the option ‘Auto_bmk=yes’ in file LLT.ini (default value: no). At the next LLT execution, this directory will be the current directory. Another option ‘Update_bmk’ (default value: yes) can be used. The list of the favourite directories is automatically checked and updated (with disks present) when LLT is launched.

5.9.2.

Direct access to a directory of the computer

From PC View use CTRL + J keys to go to Terminal view or click on the Terminal view. From Terminal View use CTRL+ K keys to go to PC view or click on the PC view.

5.9.3.

Direct access to a file contents

A double click on the file itself or press Return key after selecting the file displays in a window the file contents in text mode.

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5.9.4.

Component signature consultation

Select ‘*.*’ in the list then Double click on a file with extension ‘.*GN’ (.SGN, .AGN, .PGN, …) corresponding to a signed component to consult . The option ‘Certif_SGN’ in file LLT.ini must be set to on (default value: off).

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5.9.5.

Terminal identification consultation

Once connection has been established, terminal characteristics can be displayed with the menu: Terminal Æ Identification or with shortcut keys: CTRL + I.

5.9.6.

Terminal configuration consultation

When the current activity is ‘Maintenance’ and once connection has been established, terminal configuration can be displayed with the menu: Terminal Æ Configuration or by clicking on icon

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5.10. Catalogue file management 5.10.1. Consulting catalogue file The catalogue description selected.

is displayed each time a catalogue file is

Use contextual menu (with right click) or F9 key after selecting a catalogue file, allows the user to view the catalogue file contents and also viewing the associated descriptor file and the signed file (see Component signature consultation) contents by selecting it in the file list.

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5.10.2. Create a new catalogue file

Use contextual menu (with right click) or F7 key after selecting files. This allows the user to create catalogue files for another product type from an existing one.

5.10.3. Create a family This function allows the user to create a family for a same product type. This function is only accessible after selecting the *.Mxx (Mxx corresponding to the catalogue file extension) in the list associated to the file list. Use contextual menu (with right click) or F8 key after selecting catalogue files.

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The new catalogue file will be created from one or more catalogue files for a same terminal and stored in the family directory (destination). All files present in the source catalogue files are copied to the specified directory.

5.10.4. Deletion of a catalogue file When you delete a catalogue file, the software deletes associated files, only if they are not used by other files.

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6. Views of some files 6.1. File LIFECOUNTER.DIA For view ‘LifeCounter.dia’ file, you must double-click on the file, and after the information of this file are displayed in a window.

6.2. File BOOSTER?.DIA For view ‘Booster?.dia’ file, you must double-click on the file, and after the information of this file are displayed in a window.

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6.3. File APPDEFAULT.DIA For view ‘AppDefault.dia’ file, you must double-click on the file, and after the information of this file are displayed in a window.

6.4. File APPCOUNTER.DIA For view ‘AppCounter.dia’ file, you must double-click on the file, and after the information of this file are displayed in a window.

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7. LLT Setting 7.1.

File LLT. INI

LLT configuration is given by the file ‘LLT.ini’’. Options list (yes/no): RemoteDirectory (yes default value): displaying network disks. Certif_SGN (no default value): displaying certificate for ‘*.?GN’ files. Auto_bmk (no default value): automatic storage of last directory used (in ‘LLT.bmk’ file). EnumUSB (yes default value): automatic enumeration of terminals connected to PC using an USB link. Update_bmk (yes default value): automatic update the list of favorite directories (from disks present). Example :

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7.2. File LLT.PRM It allows the user to define all product code lists for EFT and the associated terminal description. This product code corresponds to catalogue files extension. Syntax: Mxy: product description Example:

7.3. File LLT.LNG It contains the list of messages to be displayed by LLT. These messages are written in 2 different languages: the local language (English by default) and French.

7.4. File LLT.BMK It contains the list of the favorite directories that the user can access in one click from LLT. The user can write the directories to be accessed easily in it. To update this file: see ‘Direct access to a directory of the computer’.

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7.5. LLT used in command mode 7.5.1.

Actions

-c = downloading the files listed in catalogue file -u = uploading the files listed in catalogue file -d = deleting the files listed in catalogue file

7.5.2.

Switches

-r = filename where is stored the resulting code (if omitted, return code will be stored in « ResBatch.txt » in the LLT installation directory -e = name of the directory in the terminal where are downloaded the files contained in catalogue file (downloading mode) or from where are uploaded the files contained in catalogue file (uploading mode) or where are deleted the files contained in catalogue file (deleting mode) (if omitted, swap disk) -a = number of activity (if omitted, 1) (1=downloading, 2=diagnostic, 3=maintenance) -x = number of serial port (if omitted, last port used by LLT) -n = without dialog box displayed

7.5.3.

Syntax



Downloading: LLT.EXE -c -r -a -e -x



Uploading: LLT.EXE -u -r -a -e -x



Deleting: LLT.EXE -d -r -a -e -x

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7.5.4.

Return codes

The downloading return code is numerical ASCII coded in the resulting file followed by a text. - "0”: OK - "-1": missing parameter - "-2": catalogue file access problem - "-3": resulting file access problem - "-4": downloadable files access problem - "-5": LLT already running - "-6": LLT configuring file missing (LLT.INI, LLT.LNG, LLT.PRM) - "-7": connection name ("LLT Connection") not found in Windows RAS. - "-8": PPP connection problem (RAS error + error number) - "-9": FTP connection problem - "-10": FTP error during file transfer - "-11": terminal not responding once PPP connection has been established - "-12": LLT cannot be run on such Windows platform - "-13": LLT identification not recognized by the terminal - "-14": unauthorized activity - "-15": activity badly finished - "-17": can not download a file with diagnostic activity - "-18": can not found the RAS phonebook - "-19": COM port unknown

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7.5.5.

Examples

Catalogue file name: 31140210.M30 With values: ; Download files to SWAP 31140210.ADF 31140210.SGN ; Change destination directory and download a file -eHOST Param.txt

Commande file : LoadingTest.bat With values: @echo off set PATH=C:\Program Files\TELIUM Tools\LLT set NB=1 set /P PORT=Enter COM port number or [ENTER] for COM%NB% : if .%PORT%. == .. goto Label0 set NB=%PORT% :Label0 echo Enter LLT Tools install directory or [ENTER] for set /p LLT_TOOLS= "%PATH%" : if .%LLT_TOOLS%. == .. goto Label1 set PATH=%LLT_TOOLS% :Label1 set LLT="%PATH%\LLT.EXE" echo Launch LLT Tools on the terminal set /p T=When "LLT" displayed, press a key to continue... echo Catalogue loading in progress ... %LLT% -c31140210.M30 -eSWAP -a1 -x%NB% echo Loading is finished. set /p T=Press a key to continue...

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7.6. Displaying the USB connection port number Display the ‘Device Manager’ panel with the LLT menu: Connection Æ Device manager (or with

Windows menu: Start Æ Control Panel Æ Device Manager). The list of USB ports used can be updated with the menu: Action Æ Scan for hardware changes.

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8. Appendices 8.1. List of short cut keys Each LLT function is accessible via the menu and is also accessible via a keyboard function key or a combination of these keys. Function Consult the User Guide Files downloading Files uploading Connect to terminal Disconnect from terminal Refresh the view contents Creating a catalogue file from an existing one Creating a family Consult a catalogue file Open a file or a directory Delete some files from the view Select the favoriteF directory list Add a directory to the favorite directory list Delete a directory from the favorite directory list Select all the files Go back to the parent directory Copy file list from the view to clipboard Display the list of modules present in the terminal Terminal Information Terminal Configuration PC view is active view Exit from LLT

Short Cut F1 F2 CTRL + F2 F4 CTRL + F4 F5 F7 F8 F9 Return key Del key SHIFT + F SHIFT + Ins SHIFT + Del CTRL + A CTRL + B CTRL + C CTRL + F CTRL + I CTRL + J CTRL + K CTRL + Q

8.2. List of icons and their function For each view an icon bar allows the user to access to some functions.

icon or Del key or popup menu to delete selected file(s) from the current view and from the Use corresponding directory (Note: Such function can be unauthorized on the terminal). When you delete a catalogue file, the software deletes associated files, only if they are not used by other files. Use

icon or F5 key refresh view contents.

Use

icon or CTRL+B key navigate and view the parent directory.

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8.3. Problems and Solutions Some errors are classified by code, their description is given below in order to check potential problems. Error number error What to do ? Ras 602 The port is already open. The serial port used by LLT is already used by another application. Ras 624 RasPhone2000.pbk First locate the Rasphone2000.pbk file (file located in the RAS subdirectory of the LLT directory application) and make sure that the read-only file property in the Properties dialog box is not selected. Ras 629 The port was disconnected Check that hardware flow control is still disabled on LLT or by the remote machine. check that terminal is waiting for connection. Ras 633 The remote computer is in Check USB port is present in the list of USB connection port used number or check if the USB cable is connected to the USB port declared on PC. Ras 638 The remote server does not On a laptop, turn off the modem if present. response Ras 721 The remote computer did The plugged port COMx is not selected. See chapter Selecting not respond. communication port or see chapter Installing the null modem driver to define the used serial interface. Ras 651 or Ras Your connecting device has Terminal is not responding. Check connection (check the serial 777 reported an error. cable or USB cable is correctly plugged) and check that terminal is waiting for a connection. If not check Selecting communication port or Installing the null modem driver. FTP 12002 Internet connected Stop the Wifi connection on the PC. FTP 12163 Internet disconnected In web browser delete check from the Property "working offline" LLT displays “PPP LLT uses port IP 6000 for data exchange. Check that the use Connected” then of this port is not forbidden by the network administration automatically (Firewall, Virtual Private Network (VPN)) or check the port is disconnecting not used by another application. LLT displays “Absence of LLT uses port IP 6000 for data exchange. Check that the use terminal answer” of this port (or the LLT application) is not forbidden by the network administration (Firewall, Virtual Private Network (VPN)) or check the port is not used by another application. Run-time Address in used Verify that the IP address and IP port used by the LLT are not error ‘10048’ used by another application.

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9. Connection Configuration with terminal Connection configuration is different following the Microsoft ® Windows ® platform used.

9.1. With Windows ® XP Professional 9.1.1.

Connection with serial interface

To be connected to a terminal a serial cable must be used. For that configure the PC by installing the null modem driver and determine the serial port that will be used with this connection.

9.1.1.1. Installing the null modem driver Configure the serial interface with the LLT menu: Connection Æ Serial interface properties …. Note: the PC must be restarted after the null modem is installed. If no modem has been installed on this computer, the following screen appears:

Key in any value for your area code, and then close the window by button OK.

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Click "Add" button to install the null modem driver.

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Check the option "Don't detect my modem; I will select it from a list” and then click "Next" button to select the null modem driver from a list.

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Select “(Standards Modem Types)” from the list “Manufacturer” and “Communications cable between two computers” from the list "Models". Then click "Next" button to select the serial port that will be used for the connection.

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Select a specific port or ‘All ports’ if you want to be able to use either one or the other. Continue by clicking "Next" button.

and click "Finish". The new interface appears now from the list.

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Click "OK" to validate these settings.

9.1.1.2. Use of another serial port It is possible to define several serial ports in order to select later the available port (See chapter Selecting communication port). To define a new interface and a new serial port (for example using COM2), repeat the previous step described in Installing the null modem driver. 9.1.1.3. Selecting communication port Select the serial port used from ‘Connection Æ Connection configuration …’ LLT menu. Select the port to use in the device list.

If the serial port is not displayed in the device list, check if it has correctly defined (see chapter Installing the null modem driver). Before using LLT application check that LLT cable is correctly plugged into the right serial connector.

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9.1.1.4. Communication port configuration Used communication port configuration is made from LLT menu: Connection Æ Connection configuration …

Click Configure…

Then choose initial speed: 115200 and disable hardware flow control. Click

in the different opened windows to valid these settings.

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9.1.2.

Connection with USB cable

9.1.2.1. Telium USB driver Installation The USB driver for Telium terminals is automatically installed during the LLT installation. Connect an USB cable between the terminal (USB Slave) and the PC (USB Host). A new hardware is automatically detected by Windows ® XP and the terminal is added in the list of USB connection port number (see Displaying the USB connection port number). ¾ If the automatic installation was completed successfully go to Installing the null modem driver. ¾ If the automatic installation was not done properly, follow the following steps: • Put the terminal in LLT mode (terminal must display « LLT »). • Connect USB cable between terminal (USB Slave) and PC (USB Host). When you plug the terminal with USB cable, Windows ® XP suggests installing a new driver in order to manage USB terminal connection.

Click "Next"

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Click Browse to select the « drivers » sub-directory located in the LLT installation directory. Then click “Next”.

Then "Finish". Now, the USB driver is installed and ready to be used. The USB connection is seen by LLT as a serial port. You must configure this new port (See Installing the null modem driver). Choose the new port which is displayed in the list corresponding to the established USB connection.

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Now, the new communication cable appears from the list.

Click “OK”.

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Select the serial port used from Connection Æ Connection configuration … of LLT menu. Select the port to use from device list

and click “OK”. Now, your connection is configured. You can connect the LLT to the terminal (see Connecting to the terminal).

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9.2. With Windows ® Vista Professional 9.2.1.

Connection with serial interface

To be connected to a terminal a serial cable must be used. For that configure the PC by selecting a null modem driver and determine the serial port that will be used with this connection.

9.2.1.1. Installing the null modem driver Communication port configuration is made from LLT menu: ‘Connection | Serial interface properties …’ Note: with Windows ® Vista 64 bits instead used the PC menu: ‘Start | Control Panel | Phone and Modem Options | Modem’. Note: the PC must be restarted after the null modem is installed. If no modem has been installed on this computer, the following screen appears:

Click "Add" button to install the null modem driver. Then,

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Check the option "Don't detect my modem; I will select it from a list» and then click "Next" button to select the null modem driver from a list.

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Select “(Standards Modem Types)” from the list “Manufacturer” and “Communications cable between two computers” from the list "Models". Then click "Next" button to select the serial port that will be used for the connection.

Select a specific port or ‘All ports’ if you want to be able to use either one or the other. Continue by clicking "Next" button

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and click "Finish". The new interface appears now from the list.

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Click "OK" to validate these settings.

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9.2.1.2. Use of another serial port It is possible to define several serial ports in order to select later the available port (See chapter Selecting communication port). To define a new interface and a new serial port (for example using COM2), repeat the previous step described in chapter Installing the null modem driver. 9.2.1.3. Selecting communication port Select the serial port used from Connection | Connection configuration … LLT menu. Select the port to use in the device list.

If the serial port is not displayed in the device list, check if it has correctly defined (see chapter Installing the null modem driver). Before using LLT application check that LLT cable is correctly plugged into the right serial connector.

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9.2.1.4. Communication port configuration Communication port configuration is made from LLT menu: ‘Connection Æ Serial interface properties …’ Note: with Windows ® Vista 64 bits instead used the PC menu: ‘Start Æ Control Panel Æ Phone and Modem Options Æ Modem’.

Select the port and click “Properties”.

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Select: ‘Modem’ panel.

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Choose ‘Maximum Port Speed’ value: 115200. Select ‘Advanced’ panel and ‘Change Default Preference…’, verify ‘Port speed’ and ‘Flow control’ (None). Click OK in the different opened windows to valid these settings WARNING : The PC must be restarted.

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9.2.2.

Connection with USB cable

To be connected to a terminal, an USB cable may be used if the terminal software configuration authorizes it. 9.2.2.1. Telium USB driver Installation The USB driver for Telium terminals is automatically installed during the LLT installation. Connect an USB cable between the terminal (USB Slave) and the PC (USB Host). A new hardware is automatically detected by Windows ® Vista and the terminal is added to the USB connection port number (see Displaying the USB connection port number). ¾ If the automatic installation was completed successfully go to Installing the null modem driver. ¾ If the automatic installation was not done properly, follow the following steps: •

Put the terminal in LLT mode (terminal must display « LLT »).



Connect USB cable between terminal (USB Slave) and PC (USB Host).

When you plug the terminal with USB cable, Windows ® Vista suggests installing a new driver in order to manage USB terminal connection

Click “Locate and install driver software (recommended)”.

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Click “Don’t search online”.

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Click “Browse my computer for driver software (advanced)”.

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Click “Browse” to select the « drivers » sub-directory located in the LLT installation directory. Then click “Next”.

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Then "Finish". Now, the USB driver is installed and ready to be used. The USB connection is seen by LLT as a serial port. You must configure this new port (See Installing the null modem driver). Choose the new port which is displayed in the list corresponding to the established USB connection.

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Now, the new communication cable appears from the list. Click “OK”. Select the serial port used from LLT menu: Connection Æ Connection configuration … and select the port to use from device list.

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Click “OK”. Now, your connection is configured. You can connect the LLT to the terminal (see Connecting to the terminal).

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9.3.

With Windows ® 7 Professional 9.3.1.

Connection with serial interface

To be connected to a terminal a serial cable must be used. For that configure the PC by selecting a null modem driver and determine the serial port that will be used with this connection.

9.3.1.1. Installing the null modem driver Communication port configuration is made from LLT menu: Connection Æ Serial interface properties … Note: with Windows ® 7 64 bits instead used the PC menu: Start Æ Control Panel Æ Phone and Modem Options Æ Modem. Note: the PC must be restarted after the null modem is installed. If no modem has been installed on this computer, the following screen appears:

Click "Add" button to install the null modem driver.

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Check the option ”Don't detect my modem; I will select it from a list“ and then click ”Next” button to select the null modem driver from a list.

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Select “(Standards Modem Types)” from the list “Manufacturer” and “Communications cable between two computers” from the list "Models". Then click ”Next” button to select the serial port that will be used for the connection.

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Select a specific port or ”All ports” if you want to be able to use either one or the other. Continue by clicking ”Next” button

Click ”Finish”. The new interface appears now from the list. Click ”OK” to validate these settings.

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9.3.1.2. Use of another serial port It is possible to define several serial ports in order to select later the available port (See chapter Selecting communication port). To define a new interface and a new serial port (for example using COM2), repeat the previous step described in Installing the null modem driver. 9.3.1.3. Selecting communication port Select the serial port used via the LLT menu: Connection Æ Connection configuration …. Select the port to use in the device list.

If the serial port is not displayed in the device list, check if it has correctly defined (see chapter Installing the null modem driver). Before using LLT application check that LLT cable is correctly plugged into the right serial connector.

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9.3.1.4. Communication port configuration Select the serial port used via the LLT menu: Connection Æ Serial interface properties ….

Select the port number and click”Properties”.

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Select ”Modem” panel.

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Choose ”Maximum Port speed”: 115200.

In ”Advanced” panel, select ”Change Default Preferences…”

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And verify ”Port speed” (115200) and ”Flow control” (None). Click OK in the different opened windows to valid these settings. WARNING : The PC must be restarted.

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9.3.2.

Connection with USB cable

To be connected to a terminal, an USB cable may be used if the terminal software configuration authorizes it. 9.3.2.1. Telium USB driver Installation The USB driver for Telium terminals is automatically installed during the LLT installation. Connect an USB cable between the terminal (USB Slave) and the PC (USB Host). A new hardware is automatically detected by Windows ® Vista and the terminal is added to the list of USB connection port number (see Displaying the USB connection port number). ¾ If the automatic installation was completed successfully go to Installing the null modem driver. ¾ If the automatic installation was not done properly, follow the following steps: • •

Put the terminal in LLT mode (terminal must display « LLT »). Connect USB cable between terminal (USB Slave) and PC (USB Host).

When you plug the terminal with USB cable, Windows ® 7 displays the following message.

To install a new driver in order to manage USB terminal connection, select via the LLT menu: Connection Æ Device manager …. Warning: if the device manager panel is not displayed, close and restart the LLT application.

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Select the ”Unknown device”,

And after select ”Update Driver Software…”.

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After locate and install driver software manually (‘Browse my computer for driver software’):

Click ”Browse” to select the subfolder ”drivers” under LLT installation folder and click ”Next”.

Check USB driver is correctly installed and click ”Close”.

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The new device is now displayed.

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Now, the USB driver is installed and ready to be used. The USB connection is seen by LLT as a serial port. You must build this interface. To build this interface, select via the LLT menu: Connection Æ Serial interface properties…. Note: with Windows ® 7 64 bits instead used the PC menu: Start Æ Control Panel Æ Phone and Modem Options Æ Modem.

And select “Add”.

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Select “Don’t detect my modem…” and click “Next”.

Select ”Communication cable between two computers” and click ”Next”.

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Select the port number and click “Next”.

Click ”Finish”.

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Warning: if the following screen is displayed, check ”Public networks” for this program (LLT) and click ”Allow access”.

If not, the following windows will be displayed after LLT connection action.

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