Which Digi products support Python

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Partial Product List:

  • Digi Connect Core 9P 3G (all versions)
  • Digi Connect ES (firmware 82001234_D or higher)
  • Digi Connect WAN (newer units with 16MB of RAM running firmware 82001660_A - older 8MB units running 82001160 cannot be converted to support Python)
  • Digi Connect WAN IA (newer units with 16MB of RAM running firmware 82001661_A - older 8MB units running 82001323 cannot be converted to support Python)
  • Digi Connect WAN VPN (newer units with 16MB of RAM running firmware 82001662_A - older 8MB units running 82001253 cannot be converted to support Python)
  • Digi ConnectPort Display (all versions)
  • Digi ConnectPort TS8 (all versions)
  • Digi ConnectPort TS16 (all versions)
  • Digi ConnectPort WAN VPN (82001276_G or higher, 82001350_F or higher)
  • Digi ConnectPort X8 (all versions)
  • Digi ConnectPort X4 (all versions)
  • Digi ConnectPort X4 H (NEMA 4X/IP66) (all versions)
  • Digi ConnectPort X2 (when loaded with firmware 82001596 - units running firmware 82001631 do NOT have Python, but can be reflashed to run firmware 82001596. However, these units then lose the functionality unique to 82001631.)
  • Digi Connect WAN 3G
  • Digi Connect WAN 3G IA

How to Check by the Web Interface:

Check the Applications menu for Python
Check the Applications menu for Python

Log into the Digi Product with your web browser, and look under the Applications heading for the Python menu item. If it is NOT there, then your product does NOT support Python.

How to Check by the Telnet/Command Line:

Log into the Digi Product with telnet or SSH, then enter the command "set python ?". If you are shown the syntax for it, then it is supported. If you only see a list of valid commands - with 'python' missing from the list, then it is not supported.

If your Digi Product supports Python, then you will see:

#> set python ?
syntax: set python [options...]
options:
    range=(1 - 4)
    state=(on|off)
    onexit=(none|restart|reboot)
    command="<program file> [arguments...]"
#>

If your Digi Product DOES NOT support Python, then you will see (notice no 'python' command listed):

#> set python ?

syntax: set [options...]

accesscontrol   alarm           autoconnect     buffer
camera          ddns            devicesecurity  dhcpserver
dialserv        dirp            dnsproxy        ethernet
failover        forwarding      geofence        host
hostlist        ia              mesh            mgmtconnection
mgmtglobal      mgmtnetwork     mobile          mobileppp
nat             network         passthrough     pmodem
pppoutbound     position        profile         serial
service         snmp            socket_tunnel   surelink
system          tcpserial       term            time
udpserial       user            vpn             vrrp

#>
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