Minimum Configuration Required
This section describes the minimum configuration required for IPC.
Run the EMBOSS-Setup.bat/sh file. This will ask for Merchant ID and Terminal ID.
Run YESEFTConfig.bat/sh to configure the minimum required parameters given below.
- Environment Selection: Select your environment, the IPC application supports POS (Retail) and Semi-Attended. Based on selected environment IPC will display the list of countries, languages and supported PEDs.
This is a matrix of environment, countries, languages and supported PEDs:
|POS||UK/ROI||English||Ingenico iPP350, Ingenico iWL250, VeriFone Vx820,Verifone P400 Miura|
|POS||France||French||Ingencio iPP350,Verifone Vx820|
|POS||Germany||German||Ingenico iPP350, VeriFone Vx820, Verifone P400|
|POS||United States||English||VeriFone Vx820|
|Semi-Attended||UK/ROI||English||Ingenico iPP350, VeriFone Vx820|
Note: For Linux (CentOS and Suse) Operating System, the Miura PED is not supported. Supported PEDs are:
- VeriFone Vx820
Pin Pad Selection: Select the PED. The PED list is the same in P2PE and Non-P2PE installers.
Comport Selection: Select the com port through which PED is connected to PC.
Select communication mode between IPC and EPOS application.
Socket: Select this option if a socket connection will be used by EPOS to communicate with the IPC to send transaction requests.
By default the port number is 10000.
File: Select this option if file will be used by EPOS to communicate with the IPC to send transaction requests.
The default location for input/output directory is the absolute location of YESEFT.
Note: You must not use a cable converter, such as serial to USB, to convert the connection type.