To begin setting up your new Nodeware Sensor, remove all components from the box. Included is the Intel NUC Sensor, a power cable with outlet adapters and an ethernet cable.
Note the MAC address on the bottom of the Sensor to help you locate it later. It will begin with 94:C6:91 and contains letters A-F and numbers 0-9 only.
Determine Network Location
You will need to connect the Nodeware Sensor to an available network port that is a member of the network segment you wish to monitor with Nodeware. This can be a port on a router or switch, or an open network drop. To understand the network configuration required by Nodeware, see the Network Requirements knowledge base article for more information.
Once you have determined which network port to connect to, you can connect the ethernet cable to the port and the Nodeware Sensor.
Next, select the appropriate power outlet adapter for your country and clip it on the power adapter. Plug the adapter into the wall outlet and then the Sensor.
At this point, you can press the Power button located on the top of the unit. If everything is correct, you should see a blue light.
Once the above steps are complete, you can find the IP address to access the web console using either the MAC finder tool in the dashboard, using the ARP tables of your router, or by attaching an HDMI or VGA monitor to the Sensor. It is not required during the course of normal operation to log into the Sensor directly.
To finish setup of your Sensor, see the Sensor Activation knowledge base article.
To power off a running Nodeware Sensor, press and hold the power button for 5 seconds. Allow 30 seconds for the power-off process to complete and the power LED to turn off. You may then disconnect power and network cables.