In the illustration below is a diagram showing how the Bluegrove Server is installed.
Connect the power to a power socket.
Connect the network cable from the server to the barge network as directed by the farmer it.
The “Port Y” is specified by Bluegrove. Sometimes it will be a specific port.
Find a post on the roof where the rocket can be mounted. Requirements are:
Free line of sight to all cages
Post diameter: <80mm
If the angle between the cages, seen from the post is more than 100 degrees, we need a second rocket (See illustration)
Mount the rocket to the post. Set the tilt to 0 degrees. Turn the rocket so it is facing the center of all cages that have equipment installed.
Set the PoE-Cable (Network Cable) inside the “PoE/Main”-port on the rocket AC. Pull the other end of the PoE-Cable inside the barge so it reaches the barge network (often referred to as the “server-room” or “office”).
Connecting the Rocket:1x network cable goes between rocket and PoE-injector (Follows in the same package as the rocket)
On Rocket: Connect to “PoE/Main port”
On PoE-injector: Connect to “PoE”
Connect a network cable from PoE-injector to your barge network
On PoE-injector: Connect to “LAN”- port
On your barge network: Described by us or your network manager.
The other end of the LAN/Ethernet cable shall be plugged into a dedicated port from the customer server/EdgeRouterX/Switch. (Or something else we have determined)
In co-op with Bluegrove employee you can measure the signal strength between rocket and bullets, and verify that the signal strength is approved for operation.