Put the Conductor into diagnostic mode

To place the Conductor into diagnostic mode, you'll need a laptop connected to port 2 that is configured to receive a DHCP IP Address.

When the Conductor is in diagnostic mode, you can:

To put the Conductor into diagnostic mode

  1. For a hardware Conductor, press the wrench pinhole on the front of the Conductor for 5 seconds should put it into diagnostic mode.
    Conductor hardware front panel showing wrench pinhole for putting it in Diag mode
  2. Connect your laptop to port 2 of the Conductor, and configure your laptop adapter to use DHCP.
  3. Once your laptop obtains an IP address, open a web browser and navigate to http://192.168.56.2 and the Conductor diagnostic page loads.

Once the Conductor is in diagnostic mode, Overlay network communications from the Conductor are disabled and device network is reconfigured with a static IP address.

For more information on console commands, see Airshell (airsh) Command Reference.