Once you have downloaded and installed the two programs please follow the following instructions for configuration of the PKG-E:
This utility will find the radio on the network and allow the user to change the IP address of the radio to match the subnet of the local network. This step may be skipped if the radio has already been configured for the network it is attached to.
The radio will be detected and should appear in RED in the right-hand column. This signifies that the radio is not on the same subnet as the computer.
You should now see all the settings in the right-hand section are in black. This signifies that the radio is now part of the local network subnet.
Once the device is part of the local network, CPR Manager is able to assign a COM port to the IP address of the device and create a driver that will allow the device to be treated as a regular COM port.
We suggest avoiding COM 3. This tends to cause some issues when running Windows OS.
A warning box may appear stating that the driver is unsigned. Click on Continue Anyway. This may happen twice.
Close down all Lantronix software and open X-CTU. The new COM port will now be visible to X-CTU.