Canberra 556 AIM Ethernet address recovery procedure
Connect your cable to AIM module front RJ11C female connector. Connect the DB9 to the RS232 to UART converter and it to the PC.
Use “PuTTY” software to connect to your AIM module with this RS232 protocol settings:
Speed: 9600 bps
Data bits: 8
Stop bits: 1
Power up your NIM crate. You should see the boot messages running into your terminal. At the end of boot process you will get the following message
Now press Ctrl+D to enter diagnostic mode
Now press “E” and you’ll get the needed address.