Typhon Setup

Question:
Can I change the time-out of the Management Interface ?
Answer:

At this stage it is not possible. Because of security reasons it is set to a time-out period of 1 minute. After this time-out, you should re-enter your username and password.


Question:
Answer: The Management Interface is the control center of the Typhon server. Per default the password is of the administrator root is being set to service. For security reasons it is of crucial importance that you change during the system setup the administrator password. By doing so you protect your Typhon server. It is also important that the administrator password is being changed on a regular basis.
For joining workstation into the domain it is compulsory that the default admin password service is being changed to a new password.

Question:
Answer:

The problem is probably related to your Internet Explorer. Check your version number of your Internet Explorer via Help -> About. Upgrade your Internet Explorer to the latest version (at the time of the writing of this faq: v6 SP1) in order to resolve the problem. You can get your free version on http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/downloads/critical/ie6sp1/default.mspx.


Question:
Answer:

The Management Interface can only be viewed with a 128-bit web browser. Check if your version number of your Internet Explorer has 128-bit support via Help -> About. Upgrade your Internet Explorer to the latest version (at the time of the writing of this faq: v6 SP1) in order to resolve the problem. You can get your free version on http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/downloads/critical/ie6sp1/default.mspx.


Question:
Answer:

Verify if the wireless client PC has received an IP address. Also verify if the client PC has received correctly a WINS server address (i.e. the WINS address should be the same as the LAN IP address of the Typhon server, per default this is 192.168.0.100). If this is not the case verify how the network cables from the Typhon server are correctly connected to the wireless router. The network cable from the Typhon server should be plugged into a LAN port, not the WAN port of the wireless router. Also verify that the NAT and DHCP are turned off on you wireless router (or at least do not interfere with the Typhon network settings).