www. m oxa. com Wireless Computers > UC-8100-ME-T Series Wireless Computers 27-12 27 Software Specifications Ordering Information Model CPU RAM Serial Ethernet SD Card Slot USB Operating Temperature UC-8112-ME-T-LX 1 Ghz 512 MB 2 2 1 1 -40 to 85°C UC-8112-ME-T-LX-LTE-US (LTE module pre-installed) 1 Ghz 512 MB 2 2 1 1 -40 to 70°C Package Checklist • UC-8100-ME-T embedded computer • Power jack • 3-pin terminal block for power • 5-pin terminal block for UART x 2 • Quick installation guide (printed) • Warranty card Linux OS: Debian ARM 8 Web Server (Apache): Allows you to create and manage web sites; supports PHP and XML Terminal Server (SSH): Provides secure encrypted communications between two untrusted hosts over an unsecure network Kernel: GNU/Linux 4.0 System Shell: DASH (default), BASH Text Editor: vim, nano Internet Protocol Suite: TCP, UDP, IPv4, IPv6, SNMPv2, ICMP, ARP, HTTP, CHAP, PAP, DHCP, NTP, NFS, SSH, PPP, SFTP, RSYNC, SSL Programming Language Support: PHP, Perl, Python Internet Security Suite: OpenVPN, IPTables Cryptographic Hardware Accelerators: AES, SHA, OpenSSL Self Diagnosis: Check status of system and hardware component via software method Linux Board Support Packages (BSP): • GCC C/C++ cross development tool chain • Bootloader/ Kernel/ filesystem Cellular Networking: • WVDIAL: Point-to-Point Protocol dialer that dials a modem and starts pppd to connect to the Internet. • QMI (Qualcomm MSM Interface): Glib-based library for talking to WWAN modems and devices that speak the Qualcomm MSM Interface (QMI) protocol. • MODBUS: Software library to send/receive data according to the Modbus protocol. This library is written in C and supports RTU (serial) and TCP (Ethernet) communications. • Watchdog: Features a hardware function to trigger system reset in a user specified time interval (Linux standard API). Cybersecurity: • Secure Boot: A novel authentication algorithm proposed to secure platform integration. Only trusted Linux kernel and bootloader should be executed (Patent Pending). • SUDO Mechanism: Sudo (short for super-user do) is a program designed to let system administrators allow some users to execute certain commands as the root user (or another user). The root user account is disabled by default. The basic philosophy is to give as few privileges as possible but still allow people to get their work. • Security Update of Existing Software Packages: All software packages installed on the UC-8100-ME-T can be automatically updated using Debian Linux’s Advanced Packaging Tool (APT) server or Moxa’s server. • USB Protection: Provides a mechanism for disabling USB function to avoid USB stick malware attacks. • SD Write Protection: Provides a mechanism for disabling write permission to the microSD memory card plugged in directly into the card slot, or which is part of an extended storage system.