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Mike Moreno
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From: culiacan sinaloa mexico
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 - posted 02-12-2011 11:33 AM      Profile for Mike Moreno   Author's Homepage   Email Mike Moreno   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
how can i connect to my projector using the web user interface in order to correct the cropping.

thanks
mike moreno
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Dave Macaulay
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Make sure your computer TCP/IP settings match the projector's - use "manual" setting and enter the same subnet mask and an IP address similar to the projector - first three numbers the same and a last number different from the projector's. Unplug the ethernet cable from server to projector and plug a in cable from your computer to the projector. Open a web browser and enter the projector's IP address in the address bar. Should work.

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Mike Moreno
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thanks Dave.
i apreciate your help [beer]

mike moreno
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Peter Egglington
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Our industry has gone to complete and utter pot. With all the redundancies happening now, I think that this is where I take a step out of life. Hey Ho.

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System Notices
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It has been 1404 days since the last post.


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Ioannis Syrogiannis
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It's almost 4 years since the last post here, but I can't seem to remember, or find the info, even though I used it almost every day, some years ago:

What is the password for "user", in a series one Christie?
I do not want to log-in as service, I just want to remotely log-in to the web interface, to do whatever an operator does, without the headache of using the panel of a ZX, for instance.

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Aleksandar Obradovic
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Hi Ioannis,

Like you probably know it is forbidden to post passwords on this forum. Send me a PM/email with your request and i will help you.

BR Alex

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Ioannis Syrogiannis
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O.K.
I thought that it would be a common knowledge, not secret by Christie Digital itself.
But, in any case, I wouldn't want to brake any forum rules.
Will do as you suggest.
Thank you in advance.

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System Notices
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Azabu Nino
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Hello everybody.
I have just bought a CHRISTIE CP2000 and a CP2000-SB projectors but one is missing the Touch Panel Controller. I would like to control the CP2000 by PC on LAN cable, can somebody tell me the password for the Web User interface?
Thank you for your help.

This is my mail:
azabuhome@hotmail.com

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Dave Macaulay
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As far as I know the S1 TPC is not optional: the projector can't be used without it - you can't power it up from standby without a TPC. Plus: most S1 CP2000 series models don't have any web interface - only the M and ZX have this.

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Stephan Shelley
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It is possible to use a VNC connection to the TPC of a series 1 projector. Depending on the TPC software you may have to install the VNC app if it has not been done. You will also need to start the VNC app every time the TPC is booted. It does not start automatically. From a terminal program I think it is "vnc 1" you have to use the quotes. Make sure you are using port 5000 or 5800 in your terminal program. I forget which it is right now.

Edit: It is (VNC 1) Parentheses not quotes. and it is port 5000.

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Dave Macaulay
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Not sure that is true, no proj to try it on. The S1 tpc is very simple, and anyway he doesn't have the tpc.
The S2 tpc is a wee pc running Windows XP "embedded"... you can connect to them with VNC. It has a Java app that would connect just by browsing to the ip address but security stuff in modern Windows won't allow it to work, there is a tedious workaround but VNC is much less hassle.

Without the TPC a Christie S1 is not usable unless there is a trick I don't know... and I don't know them all by any means.

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Sam D. Chavez
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I'm sure Stephan will be along to speak for himself but if he says it, it likely means he's actually done it himself.

Stand By.

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Sam D. Chavez
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I'm sure Stephan will be along to speak for himself but if he says it, it likely means he's actually done it himself Stand By.

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