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RumenHristov
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Jun 13, 2021

Help for Building Setup Bose ESP-880, CC-64,PM4500N

Hi and Thank you in advance, So i have tried to build Setup Bose Powermatch PM4500N with Sound Processor ESP-880 with CC-64 Control Center. i have connected them all over ethernet switch via lan cable with my laptop. so i have two problems i cannot see the ESP-880 device in CSD application and i cannot see also the CC-64 device in CSD application so i dont have access in these two things. i cant make update firmware like that. Where is exactly the problem? Thank you.

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RumenHristov
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Re: Help for Building Setup Bose ESP-880, CC-64,PM4500N

i dont understand what i must to do to see the esp-880 and CC-64 devices in controlspace designer? the power amplifier works fine at usb connection only i cannot see it over ethernet

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Re: Help for Building Setup Bose ESP-880, CC-64,PM4500N

i dont know how to configure them because i dont see these devices to make firmware update in control space designer device manager thats the problem 

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Re: Help for Building Setup Bose ESP-880, CC-64,PM4500N

Hi Rumen,

 

I'm sorry nobody has replied to this yet. 

I can tell you that you may only have a simple IP issue.

If these were used in the past, they may have static IPs. 

If you press the top and bottom bank buttons (right side) on the CC-64, it should show you the IP address. If it's the default IP of 192.168.0.176, then make sure to put your local network card to a static IP in the 192.168.0.X range with 255.255.255.0 subnet mask. It's possible both devices that you can't see are in that range.

 

Thanks,

 

ChrisJ-at-Bose