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This article will explain how you can configure the connection method of your Lane 3000 device. This covers the type of device you may have, as well as, how to enter into Maintenance mode on the device.
Need to Know
The two variants of the Lane (RAM & RBA) have different methods for accessing maintenance mode. If your device is intended for the UK/European market then you are likely using the RAM, whereas if your device is intended for the US Market, you are likely using the RBA. If you are still unsure which variant you have please check with your device distributor who will be able to confirm.
Entering Maintenance Mode
- On the idle screen, press the MENU key
- Enter the password
- Press "2634"
- Press "F"
Once in maintenance mode, you will want to go to "Control Panel" > " Terminal Settings" > "Communication Means". Here you will be able to configure the device for an Ethernet connection or Serial/USB connection.
When using the Payment SDK for Windows and Linux there is a file titled
chipdna.config.xml. Within this file, you will be able to configure some settings for the device. There are four main settings that will determine how the device works with the computer and the SDK.
ID field in the config file needs to be set to the Serial number of the device. This is often found on the back side of the device.
Protocol field in the config file needs to be set to the connection method that is being used with the device. The values for this field are
Port field must match the appropriate COM port that the device is connected to (ex.
Baudrate field is only relevant to serial connections, and not VCOM/USB. The baud rate of the device should be set to the highest recommended by the device distributor or manufacturer.
More detailed information on setting up an Ingenico Lane 3000 device can be found here, Setting up the Ingenico Lane Series for Serial, VCOM/USB, or TCPIP.