Using the addp binary on your Linux host, ensure there are executable permissions (chmod a+x addp).
Here are some examples on its usage:
Assign IP address, subnet mask and gateway:
./addp -S -m 00:40:9D:##:##:## -a 192.168.0.6 -s 255.255.255.0 -g 192.168.0.6 -p dbps
Where –S is to save the settings, –m is the MAC address, -a is the IP address being assigned, -s is the subnet mask being assigned, -g is the gateway address being assigned and –p is the root password.
Reboot a Digi device:
./addp -R -m 00:40:9D:##:##:## -p dbps
Where –R is to reboot –m is the MAC address and –p is the root password.
Query for all Digi devices on the LAN:
Where –Q is to query all.
Additional details on the addp command flags and ports can be found here:
Aug 23, 2018