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Network Settings

After selecting devices, a tab named "Network Settings" is available that reads and configures Ethernet and WiFi settings.

For more details on network settings see the network settings app note.

Key Features
  • Switch between using DHCP and static IP
  • Displays WIFI_STATUS as a human-readable string
  • Set up and save WiFi settings using the WiFi tab
Ethernet Settings
LabJack USB/Ethernet/802.11b/g WiFi DAQ Device Control Program Network Configuration
Wifi Settings
LabJack USB/Ethernet/802.11b/g WiFi DAQ Device Control Program Network Configuration
Supported Devices


I receive the following error message when I try to manually set the IP address of the T7 using Kipling:

"TypeError: Cannot call method 'split' of undefined"

How can I resolve this issue?




I've replicated your error and I am working on fixing the problem. Thank you for the error report!

Is there a solution yet??


If you use Kipling the previous version of worked for me, anyway...



I receive "TypeError: Cannot call method 'split' of undefined"  after change from DHCP to Manual. How can i solve the issue?


Also having this issue. Any fix yet?



This is referring to the "split" error in Kipling 3.0.6 when trying to disable DHCP and set a static IP:

"TypeError: Cannot call method 'split' of undefined"

This issue will be fixed in the next release of Kipling which is scheduled for late February (due to a major overhaul of core code).

One workaround is to use a programming language.  Many of our programming archives include an example to write Ethernet configuration.  Note that if you write to _DEFAULT registers, you need to power-cycle the T7 for them to take effect.

Another workaround is to use the Register Matrix tab in Kipling.  Set Tag=Ethernet, and then add 4 registers to the Watch/Config list:  ETHERNET_IP, ETHERNET_DHCP_ENABLE, ETHERNET_IP_DEFAULT, and ETHERNET_DHCP_ENABLE_DEFAULT.  Set ETHERNET_DHCP_ENABLE_DEFAULT=0 to disable DHCP, and write the desired IP to ETHERNET_IP_DEFAULT.  Power-cycle the T7 and the current value registers will update.  You need to write the integer value for IP, not byte-dot, so for example would be 3232235983.  Here is a link to a converter.