Under a DHCP enabled network, your processor and host computer should automatically obtain the IP addresses from the DHCP server.

By default, Xilica processors are setup as DHCP mode. If for some reason the IP setup for the processor has been modified to non-DHCP mode and you are not able to determine its setup, you can reset the IP address back to factory default DHCP mode.  
Please follow the IP Reset instructions below.

IP Reset / Reset Processor Network Settings and Password


For Neutrino, Uno and Rio Series: 

  1. Shut down the Xilica Designer software
  2. Power Off the processor.
  3. At the back of the processor, you will see a small, recessed push button labelled IP Reset. For Solaro QR1 devices, the button can be found on the front of the device.
  4. Use a small, pointed object to push in and hold down the IP Reset button.
  5. Wait 5-10 seconds after power up until the Network light begins to flash. Then release the push button.
  6. Wait for the device to power up completely. This may take up to several minutes.
  7. Open the Xilica Designer software on your computer.
  8. Select "Network View".
  9. The device network indicator should display as Green On. This indicates that your device is connected and operational.

For Solaro QR1:

  1. Shut down the Xilica Designer software.
  2. Power Off the processor.
  3. Power On the device.
  4. Upon power up, the blue Operate LED will blink.
  5. Wait for the Operate LED to stop blinking and remain a solid color. 
  6. Using a small, pointed object, push in and hold down the IP Reset button.
  7. Wait 10 seconds and release the IP Reset button.
  8. Open the Xilica Designer software on your computer.
  9. Select "Network View".
  10. The device network indicator should display as Green On. This indicates that your device is connected and operational.

If you still not able to detect the processor in Network view after following this procedure, it is highly likely that your DHCP server is NOT functioning properly. Please have your network administrator check the DHCP server setup.

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