The basic setup of the terminal can be done either in the MyQ Terminal Manager application or on the Admin Menu of the MyQ Touch Panel.
Setup in the MyQ Terminal Manager Application
If you select to set up the terminal in the MyQ Terminal Manager application, you need to open the application and take the steps below.
Open the MyQ Terminal Manager application. You can open the application from the Apps screen in Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 or on the Start menu in Windows 10.
Search for the terminal.
Under Network Ranges, set the network ranges where you want to search for printing devices, and then click Search. The available terminals are found and displayed on tabs with their manufacturer names. If the Search all local subnets option is selected, a broadcast command is executed on all network subnets where the MyQ server is connected. In case you want to search in other subnets, add their IP ranges in the text boxes below it.
In the Device Type drop-down select TerminalPro + Android, and then double-click the terminal that you want to set up.
Set the MyQ server IP address or DNS name.
Make sure that the static IP address, subnet mask and default gateway are set. This IP address will be used for MyQ TerminalPro and the printing device will be available on this IP address.
Save the settings and restart the terminal.
Setup in the MyQ Touch Panel
If you select to setup the terminal in the MyQ Touch Panel, you need to open the terminal's Admin Menu and take the steps below.
Open the Admin Menu of the MyQ Touch Panel. To open the Admin Menu, tap the MyQ icon, and then enter the admin PIN. The default admin PIN is 1087.
Set a static IP address, subnet mask and default gateway.
Leave the Admin Menu and restart the terminal.