Connecting your cardio equipment to the internet can help managers see stats, remote update the software and much more. To learn more about the benefits of keeping your equipment connected, refer: Why should I keep my cardio equipment connected?
Once you have installed your equipment, you will need to connect your equipment to the internet.
For questions on setting up your network, refer: What are the basic network requirements?
Connecting your console to the network
- Once you have set up your network, go to your 'System Options' screen on your console.
- Click on the 'Configuration' button and navigate to 'Wireless Connectivity'.
- You need to ensure that the 'Wireless Connectivity' is set to 'Enabled'
- Once you select 'Enabled', click on 'Scan' to see the list of network options available.
- Here, you can find your specific network and connect to it to enable connectivity for your console.
Connecting your console to Halo Fitness Cloud
Given you have set up your equipment and connected it to the network, you need to ensure that the equipment has been registered on Halo Fitness Cloud to be able to push settings, updates and see stats on the web.
- To register your equipment on Halo Fitness Cloud, refer instructions on:Add and Name Equipment
- To ensure that your equipment can communicate with Halo Fitness Cloud, go to your 'System Options' > 'Information' > 'Network Information'
- Go under Protocols/Ports and ensure that the 'TCP/UDP port 8883' is Open. Only then, the console can communicate with Halo Fitness Cloud.
- If you have any issues with that, you need to check your network security preferences.
If you'd like a more comprehensive document explaining connectivity, refer to the attached document below: