I have been tasked with developing a non-interactive way of configuring a Digi Connect ME. Currently, we are using the web interface, but are configuring all the systems (about 48 of them) the same way (same IP, name, location, user name/password, etc).
The Digi Connect ME we have is rather old (Firmware Version 2.8.2, 82001116_K, 09/16/2008, Boot Version: 0.0.0.1 release_82000866_C, POST version: 1.1.3 release_82000867_H). I do not have (nor am I likely to be able to purchase, thanks to our company's limited budget) any of the development kits.
I have been able to do a tree walk with SNMP and can easily see how I can change many of our items (host name, location, etc), but is there a way I can change the default IP from DHCP to static remotely? Also, is there a remote way of rebooting the module? The program must be non-interactive, which includes not having to enter any passwords (though passwords can be stored in the program and sent over). The user must be able to launch it and walk away (though it shouldn't take more than a few seconds to complete).
The module is integrated into a power distribution unit (a Marway MPD 100IEC). The configuration program will be written in C on a Linux (RHEL 5.5) platform.
Suggestions, recommendations and assistance would be greatly appreciated.