The DINGO-Manager resides as a module inside the Go-IoT Cloud system. It gives the user, the possibility to connect to DINGO devices and configure them.
When the DINGO-Manager is loaded into the browser it can access DINGO devices that reside on the local network. The DINGO devices are represented as gateways in the Go-IoT Cloud system.
The DINGO-Manager has a toolbar for connecting and managing connections to the DINGO devices.
The DINGO-Manager has a toolbar that is used for connectivity to DINGO devices. The user needs to select a DINGO device gateway in the system-tree before clicking on the buttons.
The Connect button is used to connect to a DINGO device. Once connected this button changes into Disconnect
The Settings button displays a window containing the connectivity settings for a DINGO device.
The Reboot button will send a command to the DINGO device and ask it to reboot.
The DINGO port activations... button appears if the DINGO device uses DINGO port for communications. The user can here activate the ports that are available on the DINGO device. This is for example used before connecting to the device via SSH or using HTML reports.
The Upgrade... button appears, if the DINGO-Stack on the connected DINGO device is not up-to-date.
The DINGO-Manager has its own modules for security-, network-, peripheral-, modules- and BACnet-configuration. These are presented as tabs inside the DINGO-Manager.
- General Tab
- Network Tab
- Peripherals Tab
- Modules Tab
- BACnet Tab
- Logs Tab
- Security Tab
- Services Tab
- Reports Tab
When making changes in the DINGO-Manager these have to be saved back to the DINGO device at some point in time.
By clicking on the Save button these changes will be saved.
On the status bar is a button count that show how many changes are pending to be saved.
Be clicking on count these changes can be reviewed and reverted if that is needed.