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Lyve Client communicates with devices inserted in Lyve Rackmount Receiver via the Ethernet management ports. Ensure that the Ethernet management ports are connected to the same network as the host devices running Lyve Client. If no device is inserted in a slot, there's no need to connect its corresponding Ethernet management port to the network.
Insert Lyve Mobile Array into slot A or B on Lyve Mobile Rackmount Receiver.
Slide device in until it snaps in place and is firmly connected to Lyve Mobile Rackmount Receiver's data and power. Close latches.
Set the power switch on Lyve Mobile Rackmount Receiver to ON.
The LED on the device inserted in Lyve Mobile Rackmount Receiver blinks white during the boot process and turns solid orange. The solid orange LED color indicates the device is ready to be unlocked.
Make sure the Lyve Client app is running on the host computer. The host computer will automatically unlock the device if it connected to it in the past and is still authorized for security. If the host computer has never unlocked the device, you will need to enter your Lyve Management Portal username and password in the Lyve Client app. See Setup Requirements. See Setup Requirements.
Once Lyve Client has validated permissions for the device connected to the computer, the LED on the device turns solid green. The device is unlocked and ready for use.
Your computer must perform filing and housekeeping operations on your Lyve device before it is physically removed from Lyve Mobile Rackmount Receiver. To avoid corrupting or damaging files, always eject the device’s volumes from your computer using the Lyve Client app or your computer operating system before physically removing the device.
To avoid muscle strain or back injury, use proper lifting techniques when removing devices from Lyve Rackmount Receiver.