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Connect the e285p or e285 to your network

Connect your terminal to the internet so that it can communicate with the Adyen payments platform and your own back end systems.

Steps

  1. Ensure the e285 is turned on.
  2. Open the Admin menu:

    1. Press 9 and then the Confirm button. (On some models, it is Confirm and then 9.)
    2. Enter the PIN code for the Admin menu and press the Confirm button.
      Where do I find the Admin PIN?

    No admin PIN code is required if the terminal is not yet boarded.

  3. Select Network.
  4. Select Wi-Fi.
  5. Select Add Network.
  6. Select Scan.
  7. Choose the desired network and enter the wireless password. The terminal will connect to the network.
    The terminal sets the network as default automatically, and connects to it.
  8. Exit the network menu to begin boarding the device.

(Optional) Configure a static IP address

By default, DHCP is enabled on the payment terminal. With this setting, your DHCP server assigns an IP address to the terminal. If you are not able to use a DHCP server, you need to disable DHCP and define a static IP address for the terminal:

  1. On the connected terminal, go to the Admin menu:
    1. Select 9 and then Confirm. (On some models, it is Confirm and then 9.)
    2. Enter the Admin PIN code and select the Confirm button.
      Where do I find the Admin PIN?
  2. Select Network and then, depending on your connection type:
    Connection type Select
    Wired Ethernet.
    Wireless WiFi > select your Wi-Fi network > IP Settings.
    Bluetooth Bluetooth > IP Settings.
  3. In IP Settings, clear the Use DHCP check box.
  4. Enter your network details. To type a period (.), press 1 twice. Enter the IP address, the Subnet mask, the Default gateway, the Preferred DNS, and the Alternate DNS.
    The static IP address must be unique in the network and, if you have more than one terminal, unique for each terminal.
  5. Select Apply.