Connection and log in

Configuration panel menu


Here we are going to explain the EVE web configuration panel. This is the panel that the installer uses for the configuration of EVE Server where many information is present, where updates are possible to be made and many more. The only rule the installer does not have to forget is that the access to the web configuration panel is possible only when connected to the same server network. It would be pretty similar to a router configuration.

Connection and Login

Open the browser and enter the server IP on the URL bar. Note. You need to be connected to the same server network, if you can’t access anymore to your server please refer to this guide.

In order to know how to obtain the correct IP of your server please refer to the dedicated “Server IP” guide.


Once typed the server IP on the URL bar press enter and the EVE login page will be loaded. Here you will find general information about your servers such as server version, license ID, public IP, MAC address and an overview of all the installed plugin modules with a link to the corresponding configuration page.

Above the login area where you need to type the password in order to get access to the server web configuration panel.

Note. The default password is “password” however we suggest to edit it once the project will be defined (please refer to “Multiuser management” guide).

Note. If you can’t access anymore to your server please refer to this guide.



Configuration panel menu

 Once succesfully logged in, the web configuration panel menu will be display in front of you as you can see below:




This is the panel you need to use in order to assign a static IP to EVE inside the network. To save you changes remeber to select the button below “Apply changes”. After doing this the new setting will be saved.



Starting with EVE Manager Ver.5 these settings are stored directly in the configuration software and automatically overwritten with every new upload of the project on the server.


Zone Date and Time

This is the date time setting panel. It is very important to set time and date due to the role that this will play. In fact this setting is the one that EVE will consider when timers will be concerned on specific scene execution. Set time zone, date and time.

Below is a list of servers set by default where connect to update the time. You are free to make changes. Remeber to select the button below “Apply changes”. After doing this the new setting will be saved.




Firmware update

Here is where you update the firmware and you can do it by choosing the image file or by checking for online firmware updates. In this case the system informs you if any new version is available and you are free to choose if execute the update or not. If you update the system, it will reboot after 120 seconds and  you will need to login again.

Restore / EVE Services / Reboot

Here you can also restore database, stop and start services or reboot the system when it needs to be done.

“EVE Services” is a particular service for exceptional cases: when EVE Server is running, external devices to which it is connected may become inaccessible. This is what happens in the case of some KNX gateways that accept only one connection at a time. To overcome this problem, stop the services for as long as necessary and then restart them with the appropriate buttons at the screen.


The diagnostic panel allows you to make a quick check on the system connection. Press “Start” to allows the checking and confirm the operation. If all is ok the response should be OK to all the item listed on the checking list. If not FAILURE wording will be display on the correspondent item.


Below the Mail setting for mail sending. It was thought for the earlier versions of the system which has been replaced with a new features of the new software version of EVE Manager.



Here is an overview of all system information.

In particular here you can get information about:

Zone /Date: data configured on Setting / Zone Date Time;

Unique ID: this code identifies the license univocally;

Hours life: it defines whether the system is legally licensed (-1) or just a demo (168);

For further info about the license activation, please refer to “License activation” guide



Here is an overview of all the ports the system requires to be open in order to get access remotely. Take note of:

  •  Port 17000 –> service port for service operations;
  •  Port 18000 –> access to EVE Manager (Ver. 5 and later) and EVE Remote Plus ;


 Note: the following ports are used only by the Eve Manager versions before 2010:

  •  Port 3050   –> access to EVE Manager (till Ver. 4) ;
  • Port 16548 –> access to EVE Remote (Classic style only) ;

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