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UNAVCO standard configuration file for the NetR9

This UNAVCO configuration file for the NetR9 is intended for use with firmware version 5.33. Configuration files for previous firmware versions can be found below.

Note: L2C and L5 tracking is enabled in 5.22 and forward configuration files. For firmware versions preceding 4.93 L2C and L5 tracking were disabled. This change could increase file sizes and bandwidth usage. 

We recommend that users who plan to install receivers on public networks utilize IP filtering to increase their network security. IP filtering is disabled by default in this configuration file.

The configuration file can be uploaded to the receiver through the web interface:

  1. Select Receiver Configuration
  2. Select Application Files
  3. Choose Upload Install Clone File from the Operation menu.
  4. Select the configuration file that you would like to upload.
  5. Select "OK"

Note #1: After uploading the configuration file you may then enable/disable additional features with caution through the Receiver Configuration menu. Please refer to the user guide, which is available for download on the NetR9 resource page , for additional information regarding configuration.

Note #2: We recommend the use of security features such as password protection and IP filtering that must be carefully configured and applied by each user and are not enabled in this configuration file.

Note #3: GNSS Tracking and Logging (GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, QZSS) are not enabled in this configuration.

Note #4: Specific information regarding the configuration of NetR9 for Polar Applications is available at the Remote Station Engineering Page

UNAVCO Standard Configuration Summary:

Elevation Mask:0°
PDOP Mask:99
Horizontal Precision:0.30 [m]
Vertical Precision:0.30 [m]
Clock Steering:Enabled
Everest™ Multipath Mitigation:Disabled
Signal Tracking Bandwidth:Wide
Antenna ID:185
Antenna Type:Zephyr Geodetic 2
Antenna Measurement Method:Antenna Phase Center
Antenna Height:0.0000 [m]
1PPS On/Off:Disabled
External Frequency Available:Undetected
RTK Mode:Low Latency
Receiver Motion:Kinematic
RTK Engine Motion:Kinematic
CMR Input Filter:Disabled
Reference Latitude:0°00'00.00000"N
Reference Longitude:0°00'00.00000"E
Reference Height:0.000 [m]
CMR ID:0
Station Name:UNAVCO
Ethernet IP:192.168.1.2
System Name:Trimble
DNS Resolved Name:----

Sessions installed with this clone file:

 

Session Name Sample Rate Duration Enabled Pool File System Path Style Name Style FTP Push Email Push
DEFAULT 15 sec 1440 min No Delete when full 1000 MB (~ 1000 days) Internal YYYYMM/Session ##########YYYYMMDDhhmm No No
A 30 sec 1440 min Yes Delete when full 2000 MB (~800 days) Internal YYYYMM/Session ##########YYYYMMDDhhmm No No
B 1 sec 60 min Yes Delete when full 1500 MB (~36 days) Internal YYYYMM/Session ##########YYYYMMDDhhmm No No
a_ext 30 sec 1440 min No Delete when full 2000 MB (~800 days) External YYYYMM/Session ##########YYYYMMDDhhmm No No
b_ext 1 sec 60 min No Delete when full 2000 MB (~48 days) External YYYYMM/Session ##########YYYYMMDDhhmm No No

Note: The external sessions (a_ext and b_ext) will not log data unless an external drive is plugged into the receiver's mini usb port and the session is enabled.

Tracking

GPS L1 - CA Enabled
GPS L2E - L2C and L2E Enabled
GPS L2C - CM + CL Enabled
GPS L5 - I + Q Enabled
SBAS L1 - C/A Enabled
SBAS L5 Enabled
GLONASS L1 - C/A Enabled
GLONASS L1 - P Enabled
GLONASS L2 - C/A(M) and P Enabled
GLONASS L3 (Data and Pilot) Enabled
Galileo E1 Enabled
Galileo E5 - A Enabled
Galileo E5 - B Enabled
Galileo E5 - AltBOC Enabled
BeiDou E1 Enabled
BeiDou B2 Enabled
BeiDou B3 Enabled
QZSS L1 - C/A Enabled
QZSS L1 - SAIF Enabled
QZSS L1C Enabled
QZSS L2C Enabled
QZSS L5 Enabled
QZSS LEX (Pilot) Enabled

General

  • Internal Battery UPS: Enable
  • UPS Timeout (seconds): 35
  • Battery Charging Mode: When ON
  • Battery Charging Voltage: Programmable
  • Battery Charging Minimum: 13.5 V
  • Power Over Ethernet: Disable
  • Power On Voltage: 11.0 V
  • Shutdown Voltage: Enable; 9.5 V
  • VFD Configuration: Enable
  • VFD Power Saver: Enable
  • VFD Brightness: 25%
  • VFD Rotation: Disable
  • VFD Suppress Warning Message: Enable (Note: When the Visual Front Display is on, the receiver uses an extra 1W of power)

Language

  • English

Network Configuration

  • DHCP Status: Off
  • Ethernet IP: 192.168.1.2
  • HTTP Server Port: 80
  • IP Setup: Static IP
  • Netmask: 255.255.255.0
  • Broadcast: 192.168.1.255
  • Gateway: 192.168.1.1
  • Force DNS Address: yes
  • DNS Address: 4.2.2.1
  • DNS Domain: not set
  • Hostname: undefined
  • MTU: 1500

Configuration files for previous firmware versions:

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Comments (1)
Comment by Tiegan on Fri, Feb 17th, 2017 at 3:48 PM
Hi there - I‘m having an issue connecting to my computer since installing the newest config file. I followed the steps above, and had previously installed the latest firmware (5.2). I‘m connecting using the ethernet port and the web interface. It is timing out trying to connect, and when I attempt to access the receiver using ftp it says ‘Host is down‘. Has anyone else dealt with this issue? Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
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