Connecting to the internal network

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Connecting to the internal network

For the touch cash register and peripherals (namely printers) to properly function a stable network connection with Internet access is necessary. An unstable connection may cause the cash register not to work properly (out-of-date sales overviews, print errors etc.), so these suggestions should be taken seriously:

1.Use high-quality active elements that create a stable wireless network with strong coverage.

2.The best connection for the touch cash register and distant peripherals (printers, customer display) to link to the network is with an ethernet LAN cable.

3.Do not connect the touch cash register and its peripherals to the wireless network shared with other users (restaurant guest, hotel etc.).

4.The touch cash register and its peripherals have to be connected to the same network, otherwise they will not be able to reach each other.

5.If you use the Wi-Fi network, choose a channel that interferes as little as possible with other neighboring Wi-Fi networks.

6.Remember that both the printers and customer display need to have assigned a static IP address for proper functioning.

7.Make sure no unauthorized person has access to the active element (router) so its configuration cannot be changed.

8.Make sure the cable does not get damaged (do not lay them between doors, on the floor etc.).



The cash register issues below can indicate a bad connection to the internal network or malfunctioning Internet connection:

All products are priced at 99.

In the Sales overview the information is not up-to date.

Printers for receipts or orders with a wireless or cable connection print improperly, randomly or not at all.