You can connect to MicaSense sensors using WiFi or Ethernet. Both options are outlined below:
MicaSense sensors have their own internal WiFi hotspot. Here are the details:
WiFi SSID: [camera model] [ Serial Number ]
(The serial number can be found on the back side of your camera, in the image metadata, and in the web UI)
IP Address 192.168.10.254
Type http://192.168.10.254 into your web browser to access camera's home page.
2. Set the host computer to use a manual IP address (192.168.1.40 is recommended)
3. Configure the camera's Ethernet IP address (192.168.1.83 by default)
Make an adapter cable
The COMM port of the camera has an Ethernet connection available. An adapter cable is required to allow use of a standard Ethernet cable. This is our step-by-step guide: How to create an ethernet adapter cable for RedEdge-M/MX
Set up a static IP address on the host computer
You must set the host computer Ethernet to use a manual IP address in the block 192.168.1.0-255.
We recommend the IP address 192.168.1.40 if it is not in use already. The procedure for setting a static IP address manually for each operating system is beyond the scope of this article but there are numerous tutorials on the Internet documenting this process.
Configure the camera's IP Address
The Ethernet IP address is 192.168.1.83 by default, but can be changed via the Advanced Configuration menu (for more details see the Camera Configuration > Settings Page in the Manual). You may need to connect via WiFi to configure this.
Once you have configured your host computer's Ethernet, you can connect to the configuration page using the IP address you have set up.
The wifi and ethernet connections are not hot swappable. That is to say, if you remove the wifi or ethernet adapters, the network will not be reachable if the adapters are reinserted. You will need to reboot the camera for its network to be reachable after any network connectors have been removed.
Ethernet connection examples