Article ID: 005020010 Last Update: 2019-05-14
Applies to: Pro Convert Family
In a DHCP-enabled LAN, the Pro Convert device is plug-and-play
Connect the converter to Ethernet network and power it up, then the unit will be assigned an IP address automatically, and the device is ready to work.
To have great control on the device, like changing encoding/decoding parameters, you need to use the Web UI. Do the following steps to open the Web UI.
For Windows user, do the following steps to open the Web UI:
In a non-DHCP LAN, you will have to set IP address manually in the Web UI
Get access to the Web UI via USB RNDIS
a. Connect your computer and your device.
b. Type http://192.168.66.1 in your web browser to log in.
If you can’t see the SIGN IN page, do the following steps to find the RDNIS IP address.
ifconfig -a", and find an IPv4 address of the form 192.168.xxx.2.
cmd" in the search bar to start the command interpreter.
ipconfig", and find an IPv4 address of the form 192.168.xxx.2.
If 192.168.xxx.2 is taken, the IP address would automatically change to another value within the ranges of 192.168.xxx.2 to 192.168.xxx.254.
Sign in using the default administrator account (case-sensitive).
If you forgot the password, click Reset all settings at the top-right corner of the SIGN IN page to set all parameters back to the default values, then you can log in with the default administrator account.
The reset option is only available when connecting the convert directly to the PC via USB RNDIS.
Set IP address manually
a. After logging in with an admin account, go to System > Network.
b. Turn on Set IP Address Manually, and then enter a new IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway, and DNS server. The IP address must be within the same network segment with your PC.
c. Click Apply to save changes.
For the latest Pro Convert products, please visit our official website: https://www.magewell.com/pro-convert.
For the list of NDI-enabled software, please refer to http://www.magewell.com/compatible-software.