Originally Posted by medman2k1
Turls, thats exactly what I need. The ability to turn on the IP control. Perhaps if you PM me your dealer, I can have my dealer call your dealer and they can exchange information. Apparently my programmer feels this is my responsibility to obtain this access. Despite me knowing not a thing about programming. That would be greatly appreciated and help me get this resolved.
As modern s the 1000/1100 is, accessing its brain is not dissimilar to the monolith imparting intelligence to the first ape - it will happen, but it takes a while.
After setting a fixed IP in the projectors GUI, access that IP address in your "web browser", click on the Setup tab, enter root for username and Projector for password, then click on the Advanced button on the left.
In their (not in front of it now) I think there is something called PJ Talk...you can enter up to four or five IP address that, once saved, no have permission to talk to and control the projector. I believe the interface in this section requires you to enter the IP in four octet boxes, then click and arrow to move the selection to the right list. To delete an address, I think you click on an entry in the list, and select a left arrow...
The reason I put "web browser" in quotes above, is that the http protocols in this projector seems to have been invented around the time of Alan Turing, acknowledging the indecipherability of his work. In my experience, most modern OS's and browsers will not allow you to click on the Advanced options after logging in (some won't even allow you to log in)
The only consistent success I've found is IE under Windows XP (which for me is running as an emulator on Windows 7, which in turn is running on my Macintosh under VMWare Fusion. Go figure). If someone has had better luck with an OS/browser of this century, please post!