Manually configuring the USB drivers on a Mac OS X for Harmony 1000, 1100 or 900 remotes|
Manually configuring the USB drivers on a Mac OS X for Harmony 1000, 1100 or 900 remotes
This article applies to the following products:
If your Harmony remote is not detected by the Logitech Harmony Remote Control Software, please try updating to the latest version of the Logitech Harmony Remote software.
If after upgrading your remote it is not detected by the software you will need to manually configure the USB drivers to ensure that the remote is communicating with the software. These steps will guide you through manually configuring the Logitech Harmony USB drivers:
- Connect the Harmony remote to the computer via the USB cable and click OK
- Double-click the System Preferences icon in the dock.
- Double-click Network.
- Click the plus (+) button near the bottom left corner of the window as shown above.
- In the Interface drop-down, select Ethernet Adapter (en2) as shown below.
- In the Service Name text field type in the model number of your Harmony remote. In this example we typed Harmony 1000 as shown below.
- Click the Create button.
- In the Configure IPv4 drop-menu, select Manually.
- Type the following as shown above:
- IP address field: 192.168.142.1.
- Type the following in the Subnet Mask field: 255.255.255.0.
- Type the following in the Router field: 192.168.142.253.
- Then click Apply.
The status indicator, coloured dot to left indica beside the remote you added (in our example, Harmony 1000) should now turn green and read connected. The Harmony remote will now be able to communicate with the Mac.