Thank you for considering EasyAccess 2.0 as the remote access solution within your next application. This post contains information related to the EasyAccess 2.0 application and a list of common questions and answers.
What is EasyAccess 2.0?
Weintek’s EasyAccess 2.0 is a remote access solution that provides a secure connection to your device and peripherals without requiring any additional hardware.
How do I activate Weintek’s EasyAccess 2.0?
To activate EasyAccess 2.0 on your device, please select a tutorial from the list below:
- How to activate a cMT or cMT-X series HMI
- How to activate a cMT-SVR, cMT-SVR-X, Gateway, or cMT-CTRL01
- How to activate a pre-licensed non-cMT series HMI
- How to activate an unlicensed non-cMT series HMI
Where can I download the EasyAccess 2.0 application?
To download the EasyAccess 2.0 application: Click Here
How do I use EasyAccess 2.0?
To use the EasyAccess 2.0 application, please see this short tutorial: Click Here
How can I pass-through to my PLC?
To pass-through to an external device, please see this tutorial: Click Here
Is EasyAccess 2.0 secure?
Security is one of our top priorities, communication between the EasyAccess 2.0 client (your PC) and the end device is encrypted using 256-bit AES encryption.
Are there any limitations?
Each device with an active EasyAccess 2.0 license will be allotted 1 GB of high-speed data each month for free. This data can be used to update to the HMI or PLC or monitor the HMI using cMT-Viewer, VNC, or HMI Viewer. If the 1 GB threshold is exceeded in a given month the connection speed will be throttled and a “snail” icon will be displayed. However, it must be stated that it is quite difficult to exceed this threshold.
What happens if I use all of my high-speed data?
In the unlikely event that you exceed the allotted 1 GB of high-speed data, you may purchase a data top-up card through your supplier. Top-up cards will add an extra 5 GB or 10 GB of data to your domain, with one-year validity. When an HMI reaches its data cap for the month, the data from your top-up card will “kick in” and be consumed to maintain your high-speed connection.