Table Of Content
- Step 1: Connect device to power outlet
- Step 2: Connect device to the Router
- Step 3: Powering on the device
- Step 4: Register the device
This article will be a quick start guide for the Lane 3000, 5000, and 7000, as they are all similar devices. This will have information on connecting the device to the route, powering on the device, as well as registering the device to your merchant account. Included with your device should be a power adapter and a 3-way connector, which should have two cables that are already attached and a spot to plugin the power adapter.
Step 1: Connect device to power outlet
The device needs its own power source and should have came with a power adapter to plug into an outlet. Ensure this is plugged into a working outlet and that the other end is plugged into the 3-way connector.
Step 2: Connect device to a router
Next the device needs a stable internet connection. Apart of the 3-way connector should be an ethernet cable. This will need to be plugged into an active router, not a PC.
Step 3: Powering on the device
Next we need to provide power to the device. There should be one cable left that is not being used on the 3-way connector, this cable should be plugged into the back of the Lane device. Once plugged in the device should then be powering up.
Step 4: Register the device
Once the device has been fully powered on and has been provide a stable network connection, the device will display both the device serial number and registration code. This registration code will then be used to register the device onto the platform.
Note: The registration code will rotate/change after a period of time.
The device can be registered via the Merchant Portal by navigating to Options > Settings > License Manager and selecting the Registered Devices tab. Enter the registration code displayed on the device into the Registration Code field and give the device a memorable nickname . Then press the Register button. You should now see the device added to the Registered POI Devices list.
Alternatively, The device can then be registered programmatically via an API call.
Note: Ensure your device is for the correct platform, i.e. test devices for Test accounts and prod devices for Production accounts.