Before you start, find out from your local network administrator whether your transmitter uses dynamic or static network settings.
- Dynamic network settings are automatically assigned by a DHCP server each time the transmitter is powered up.
- Static network settings must be configured manually. Ask your local network administrator for the settings.
Make sure that the Ethernet cable is connected to the transmitter.
The Ethernet connector's LED lights up.
- Select the configuration menu symbol at the upper right corner of the touchscreen.
- Select .
Select the setting type:
- Select DHCP if the transmitter is in a network that assigns network settings automatically.
- Select Static IP to configure network settings manually.
If you selected Static
IP, fill in the rest of the fields with information provided by your local network
- IP address
- The four part network ID of the transmitter.
- Subnet mask
- Used together with the IP address to determine which network the transmitter is a part of.
- IP address of the server that enables the transmitter to access other networks.
- DNS servers
- Public computer server that translates the domain name of the transmitter into an IP address.
- Scroll to the end of the screen and select Apply to save your changes.