- An Admin/Eth1 address fault alarm indicates that Admin Ethernet Port (ETH1) is expecting to be allocated an IP address from a DHCP server and has not been able to find one. Due to this, the Admin Port has reverted to a link-local IP address. An example of a link-local IP address is (169.254. XXX. XXX).
To resolve this alarm, perform one of the following actions:
- Set the IP address of the clock to a static IP address that matches the subnet that your computer is using.
Please see this link on How to change the IP address of your PC
- Set the clock to accept a DHCP address and connect the clock to a network that has a DHCP server.
Note: You will also need to connect your PC to the same network or assign the PC a static IP address that matches the clock's subnet (ie the subnet with the DHCP server running on it).