the Wyse or Amulet DXZ4 PCoIP Zero Client
To configure the Wyse or Amulet DXZ4 PCoIP Zero Client:
NOTE: : You will need the
MAC address, IP address, and Subnet Mask address of the host card
when you configure the Wyse or Amulet DXZ4 PCoIP Zero Client.
Connect the AC adapter to the Wyse or Amulet DXZ4 PCoIP Zero
Client and turn it on.
On the management computer, launch the Web browser
and type 192.168.1.50 .
Click the Continue to the website (not recommended) option by disregarding the message.
The Log In screen appears.
The default password for Wyse Zero clients is Administrator. The default password for the Amulet DXZ4 Zero Client it is ahkdante
Skip the Idle Timeout field, and
click Log In.
The Home screen appears.
Select the Network tab and then Session .Select Direct to host +SLP Host Discovery and click Apply .
Select the Configuration tab and
then the Initial setup tab:
Uncheck Enable DHCP.
Change the default IP address to an IP address of your
Change the default Subnet Mask address to your target
Subnet Mask address.
Leave the Primary DNS Server and Secondary DNS Server fields populated
On the Success screen, click Reset.
Click OK once you see the confirmation
On the Your Session Has Ended message,
click OK. The Log In screen appears.
Close your web browser.
The Wyse or Amulet DXZ4 PCoIP Zero Client is now configured
and ready for use.
Although the Quad Display PCoIP Zero Client could be connected
over the LAN to a dual display remote access host card (used
with the 5030 dual display PCoIP Zero Client), there is no notable
benefit, since the dual display remote access card is limited to supporting
two displays at 1920 X 1220 or one display at 2560 X 1600). Also,
connecting two remote access host cards to a Quad display PCoIP
Zero Client is not possible since the Quad display PCoIP Zero Client has a single NIC with one
IP address. Each host card has a NIC with separate IP addresses.
Although possible but it is not recommended to connect the Zero clients directly
to workstation host cards, it should be done through a switch or router.
Periodically Dell posts new versions of Teradici firmware for the remote access host cards and Wyse Zero Clients (as does Amulet for the DXZ4 Zero Client).These releases address bugs. Each host card as of December 1, 2017 comes with a one year Teradici "Workstation Access" subscription. Each Wyse Zero client comes with a one year Teradici "Desktop Access" subscription. When the customer registers their purchase with Teradici, they are entitled to access to Teradici for firmware updates that include enhancements and new features, Teradici support and some additional Teradici SW offerings. Dell will continue to provide customer support for host cards purchased with our workstations and will offer base level Firmware updates for bug fixes. Please go to https://www.dell.com/support and look under
the drivers section for your specific workstation. The firmware releases published on the
workstation site are ones that provide value for workstation users
and are not necessarily synchronized with firmware releases offered
offered for the Wyse or Amulet DXZ4 Zero clients which are also used in VMware environments.