This page instructs you how to connect your reader device to our network for debugging purposes.

Download Putty (Windows)

Putty is a telnet/ssh client software capable of tunneling tcp connections to different networks.

Download and install putty-0.66-installer.exe

Connect reader

Connect your reader to the same computer or network where you start Putty.

Power up your reader.

At next steps we assume that your reader IP address is:

Testing reader connection

Before proceeding test that your reader answers through network connection.

Run ping test using Windows Command Prompt or Power Shell.

Pinging with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from bytes=32 time=2ms TTL=127
Reply from bytes=32 time=2ms TTL=127
Reply from bytes=32 time=2ms TTL=127

If bellow appears then something is wrong. Check your reader power and network cables.

Reply from x.x.x.x: Destination host unreachable.

Configure Putty

Tunnel settings

Configure Putty to tunnel traffic from our network to your reader device.

Navigate to -> Connection -> SSH -> Tunnels

Enter destination address:port pair as your reader tcp/ip address and port.

Ports of protocols: HTTP: 80, Saturn: 50007, Mercury: 2324, P3: 5403, LLRP: 5084

Set source port same as destination port.

Set other checkboxes as the screen shows bellow and remember to click Add button.

Putty tunnel set.jpg

Connection settings

Navigate to -> Sesson

Enter hostname and port: 2202

Check that connection type is: SSH

Enter name reader debug to Saved sessions and click Save

After saving, click Open to start connection.

Putty tunnel connect.jpg


After connecting it will ask username and password.

Username is: tunnel

Pasword is: Tunnel634


If login is succesfull, an empty black screen appears. Just leave it as is. Do not close the screen or window.

We will tell you when you are free to close connections and windows.