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For SmartServer 3.4 and higher, see Configure Your SmartServer


  1. Connect to the SmartServer as described in the section Connecting to Your SmartServer.

  2. On a client computer, open a compatible web browser as described in the section /wiki/spaces/TEMP/pages/44041710Open the SmartServer IoT CMS.

  3. In your browser, specify one of the following:   https://SmartServer_IPaddress  or  https://smartserver-nnnnnn (where nnnnnn  is the SmartServer's install code. See Connecting to the Console using a LAN Connection as described in the section Connecting to Your SmartServer.) Named access using https://smartserver-nnnnnn works on networks that have a local DNS server. Otherwise, you may need to use https://smartserver-nnnnnn.local.  

    The login page appears.

  4. Click Login.

    The log in dialog box appears prompting you to enter a username and password.

  5. Enter the username and password.  The default username is apollo and the default password is printed on the label on the bottom of the SmartServer.  If you changed either the username or password, use the username and password you selected.  Use the defaults if you did not change them.

  6. Click OK to login as appropriate for your web browser.

  7. The Network Configuration page appears enabling you to view and edit these settings. The menu bar at the top of the page provides the ability to go to the SystemLONBACnetOPC UA, RS-485, and Features configuration pages, as well as the CMS. These configuration pages are described below.


For more information about rebooting the system, see Rebooting Your SmartServer IoT.

For more information about reseting the system to defaults, see Resetting the SmartServer IoT to Factory Defaults.

For more information about updating the system, see Updating or Re-imaging the SmartServer.


titleLON communications requirement for static IP address allocation

If you are using a LON U60 interface with a static IP address for eth0 or eth1, you must set the LAN Interface Gateway field as shown in the example below.

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The SmartServer hostname is displayed in the Hostname field and can be updated as needed if you are using self-signed certificates (not if you are using built-in, signed certificates).


You must save any changes you make to the network configuration settings by clicking Update at the bottom of the page.

Note: A system reboot is required for changes to take affect.


  1. Click the SmartServer IoT or other device on the Devices widget.

    The device details appear.

  2. Verify that the latitude and longitude settings are accurate for the location of your SmartServer or other device. 

    If so, click CANCEL to return to the Devices widget.

    If not, click the Set Location button () and set the latitude and longitude values as appropriate for your system. You can set the SmartServer or other device location by using the latitude and longitude arrows (Image Modified), by entering values directly in the latitude and longitude fields, or by moving the SmartServer or other device location on the map (Image Modified).

    Note: To best view all of the information on this view, click the Expand button (  ). 

  3. Click SAVE to save your settings and return to the Devices widget.

    titleChanging the SmartServer timezone or location may cause the SmartServer to reboot

    If changing the SmartServer timezone or If changing your location results in a change to the SmartServer's (or other devices') local timezone, then the SAVE operation will cause the SmartServer/device to reboot after about a one minute delay. If a reboot occurs, a blue banner will appear at the top, right of the CMS dashboard (shown below). Allow 5-8 minutes for the process to complete before continuing to work.


  1. Open the CMS Settings widget.

  2. Click SMTP Settings.

    The SMTP Settings view appears.

  3. Enter the SMTP settings, including:

    • Host  hostname, 4-40 characters (required).
    • Port  port value between 1 and 65536 (required).
    • From  email address, 1-40 characters (required).
    • User  username for your email account on the SMTP server, 1-40 characters (required).
    • Password  password for your email account on the SMTP server (required). Click the Show Password button () to display the password.

  4. Set options, including:
    •   – set to on if the SMTP server requires authentication.
    •   – set to on if the SMTP server requires Transport Layer Security (TLS) connection.

  5. Click TEST to send a verification email from the SmartServer to the provided email address.

  6. Click SAVE to save SMTP settings.