Note: In the example below we are using 192.168.0.1 as the address to connect to the DW6000. For some Pro service users with a static IP and using a router that can't reach their DW6000 using the 192.168.0.1 address, you will need to use the address that is one less than your static IP. This would be the same address your router is using as its default gateway. If your static IP is 22.214.171.124 then the address you would use to connect to the DW6000 is 126.96.36.199.
Please keep in mind that you are writing a complete new parameter set to the DW6000 when you do this. If you change something you shouldn't, like something not listed here, your DW6000 will no longer work, although you should be able to get it back the way it was by re-running Satellite Based Commissioning. That being said, this does work and won't break anything if you follow the instructions.
From a command prompt, type "telnet 192.168.0.1 1953" without the quotes. At the telnet prompt, enter the following keystrokes, where [enter] means hit your return or enter key and [\] means hit the backslash key, etc.
2. [a] [enter]
3. [enter] 3 times
4. Enter your longitude degrees then [enter]
5. Enter your longitude minutes then [enter]
6. Enter  for western hemisphere then [enter]
7. Enter your latitude degrees then [enter]
8. Enter your latitude minutes then [enter]
9. Enter  for northern hemisphere then [enter]
10. [\] [enter]
11. [pw] [enter] [y] [enter](If you are sure!)
12. [i] [enter]
13. [enter] 2 times
14. [d] [enter]
Wait for ranging to finish. When ranging is done, you will see the message "[NORANGE_REQD] Transmitter ready. TX code 8"
16. [z] [enter] [z] [enter]