Menu path: Setup > Network > LAN Interfaces
Here, you can configure the LAN interfaces.
Activate default interface (Ethernet)
☑ The default interface is enabled. (Default)
☐ The Ethernet interface is not enabled.
/dev/eth0by Linux will be used as the default interface.
Get IP from the DHCP server: The IP address of the client will be obtained automatically using DHCP. (Default)
DHCP options can be specified under DHCP Client.
Specify an IP address: The IP address and the network mask are entered manually.
IP address: IP address of the device.
Network mask: Network mask of the device.
Default gateway: IP address of the default gateway.
☑ Routing via the default gateway is enabled.
☐ Routing via the default gateway is not enabled. (Default)
Terminal name: Local name of the device. If the field is empty, the default name combined of '
ITC' with a MAC address will be generated.
☑ The manual DNS configuration will be used.
☐ The DNS configuration will be carried out by DHCP or BOOTP. (Default)
Default domain: Usually the name of the local network.
Name server: IP address of the name server to be used.
Name server: IP address of an alternative name server.
Manually overwrite DHCP settings
☑ The default route, the domain name, and the DNS server will be overwritten by manual entries.
☐ Manual entries will not overwrite DHCP settings. (Default)
Dynamic DNS registration:
☑ The terminal name will be registered dynamically via the DNS or DHCP server.
☐ The terminal name will not be registered dynamically. (Default)
Dynamic DNS registration method
- DHCP: Updates the terminal name through DHCP option 81.
- DNS: Sends updates to the DNS server in accordance with RFC 2136.
TSIG key file for additional DNS authentication: Path to the private key if TSIG-based DDNS registration is used.