Frequently Asked Questions
What are the default usernames and passwords?
Username Level Password viewer01 Viewer vvvvvvvv oper01 Operator oooooooo admin01 Administrator aaaaaaaa super01 Supervisor ssssssss
My browser shows that the connection with the Cortex is not secure, what can I do?
Load the web certificate to your browser. Please refer to this article.
DavLink does not show the same workspace as when using the Cortex web browser, why?
DavLink loads its workspace from within the computer, whereas the browser opens its workspace from the Cortex itself.
How do I connect to a Davicom?
How to connect to a Cortex 360
Communications with Davicom’s Cortex 360 for configuration and control can be achieved via an Ethernet connection or over a USB port. The Cortex 360 interface uses HTML 5 in both cases because DavLink 6 also embeds this technology. DavLink 6 is backward compatible with legacy DV-200 series…
How to connect to a DV-200
In order to get your new DV-200 unit ready for configuration, you need to connect your computer directly to the unit. The initial configuration of a Davicom unit cannot be performed remotely…
- How do I do a Factory Reset?
How do I do a firmware upgrade?
In order to take advantage of all the new features introduced in newer versions, we generally recommend you upgrade your Davicom unit firmware to the latest version compatible with your hardware. Please visit the Software & Firmware page regularly for the latest DavLink software and Davicom firmware downloads…
Where do I get the latest software and firmware?
Visit the Software & Firmware page.
What is a workspace?
Workspaces are GUI display templates that can show the state and/or the value of every Input, Output, or Flag that exists in the Cortex 360. Workspaces can show different content, based on a user’s preferences, or display device. For example, specific workspaces can be set up for site information display on smartphones, tablets, laptops or large-screen monitors.
Workspaces can be created by users. See this article.
How do I connect a MEXM in RTU and/or TCP mode?
How to connect to a MEXM in RTU mode
To connect a MEXM to a Davicom unit in RTU mode, use the USB cable provided with the MEXM and connect it between the MEXM USB connector (Device) and the USB connector located on the rear panel of the Davicom unit (Host)…
How to connect to a MEXM in TCP mode
Connecting a MEXM to a Davicom unit via an Ethernet switch or an existing network infrastructure requires the use of a straight Ethernet cable (not included with the MEXM)…
How do I connect “locally” to a Davicom?
Connecting locally to a Cortex 360
In order to connect to the Cortex 360 through the local USB port, via telephone or over a narrowband radio or serial link, DavLink 6 is required. For the USB connection, Davicom’s USB driver is also required. It is included on the installation CD or it can also be found on the Software & Firmware page. Once you have installed the USB driver, please connect your computer to the Cortex’s front-panel USB port and then start DavLink. Once started, DavLink will display its main screen. Go to the upper left of this screen to see…
Read More (Section 1.3)
Connecting locally to a DV-200
If you are using your computer’s USB port, you will need a Type A/B USB device cable (version 1.1 or above). If you are using your computer serial port, you will need a male-female 9-pin serial cable (not a null-modem cable)…
Read More (Section 2)
What is the default IP address of a Davicom?
The default IP address of a Cortex or DV-200 unit is 192.168.1.210 .
How do I contact support?