Overview

  1. Notes

  2. Change your network settings

  3. Select "Ethernet" from the left panel

  4. Select the adapter to configure

  5. Find and select "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/iPv4)" and click on "Properties"

  6. Select and fill out "Use the following IP addresses"

  7. Click "OK" and close all windows

  8. Open your Firewall settings

  9. Open "Advanced settings"

  10. Look for the rules titled “File and Printer"

  11. Open a browser to 10.1.0.110

  12. Configure the "Backend settings"

  13. Configure the "SIM settings"

  14. Reboot the charge point

  15. Connecting your charge point to your Monta account

1. Notes

Follow the procedure below to set up the service device (laptop) for use with local management for a Windows 10® operating system. Using other types of Operating systems (e.g. Linux® / MAC OS®) will have their own way of setting up the above given connection requirements. This guide will not elaborate on this.

2. Change your network settings

Here you need to change the network settings of your computer, according to the charge point's local IP.

To do so, click on the Internet icon in the bottom-right corner of your computer screen. From there, open the "Network & Internet Settings" of your device.

3. Select "Ethernet" from the left panel

From the left panel, select the option "Ethernet".

Then on the left side click on "Change adapter options".

4. Select the adapter to configure

Select the Ethernet adapter to configure, then do a right-button click on it and select “Properties”.

5. Find and select "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/iPv4)" and click on "Properties"

In "Ethernet Properties", find the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/iPv4), click on it, and press "Properties".

6. Select and fill out "Use the following IP addresses"

Once you are there, select "Use the following IP addresses", if not selected, and enter the values as following:

IP address: 10.1.0.111

Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0

7. Click "OK" and close all windows

Click on the "OK" button and close all settings windows.

For the configuration to work properly the adapter needs to be reset by unplugging and re-plugging the LAN cable.

8. Open your Firewall settings

Click on “Start” and search for “Windows Defender Firewall” (simply type in the start menu). Click on the “Windows Defender Firewall” icon that appears.

9. Open "Advanced settings"

10. Look for the rules titled “File and Printer"

In the middle pane look for the rules titled “File and Printer Sharing (Echo Request - ICMPv4-In)”.

Make sure that all the rules of that type are enabled. You need to check for the three rules, pointed out on the screen:

  • File and Printer Sharing (Echo Request - ICMPv4-In) - Private

  • File and Printer Sharing (Echo Request - ICMPv4-In) - Domain

  • File and Printer Sharing (Echo Request - ICMPv4-In) - Public

To enable a rule, right-click on it and select "Enable Rule".

Once a rule is enabled, you will see a green check mark in front of it. ✅

Now your computer is able to reach the charge point locally.

11. Open a browser to 10.1.0.110

Open a browser on your computer and type 10.1.0.110

The Local Management login page will now be shown. Then you need to login to configure the charge point.

Contact Rolec to get the password

12. Configure the "Backend settings"

On the main page, look at the "Backend settings" section.

BESPath: /

BESURL: wss://ocpp.monta.app

BESPortnumber: 443

Click on "Save".

13. Configure the "SIM settings"

Still on the same page, look at the "SIM settings".

Enter the correct APN according to your SIM card.

Fill out Username and Password if necessary.

Click "Save".

14. Reboot the charge point

After saving all of the changes, click on the "Reboot" command on top of the screen.

After your charge point reboots, you are ready to connect it to Monta.

15. Connecting your charge point to your Monta account

Now you need to add and connect your charge point to your Monta account.

You can do this through either the Monta app or Monta Portal.

Here is a guide for the Monta app.

Here is guide for Monta Portal.

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