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Setting Up Your Internet Connection - Sony LF-B1 Settings Manual

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Setting Up Your
Internet Connection
To connect the Base Station to the Internet, you
need to set its IP address and make DNS settings.
Internet Connection
The [Internet Connection] frame allows you to set
an IP address for your Base Station, according to
your network environment. You can also check the
Base Station's MAC address for the wired LAN.
To determine the address to set, contact your ISP
or refer to the instructions supplied with your
modem or router.
1 Select whether to assign an IP address to the
Base Station automatically using the DHCP
function of your router or modem or to assign
an IP address manually.
If you select [Automatic IP Address
Configuration (DHCP)], the router's DHCP
server will automatically assign the [IP
Address], [Subnet Mask] and [Default
Gateway].
If you select [Manual], assign the proper
values in the [IP Address], [Subnet Mask] and
[Default Gateway] fields.
At the time of purchase, this item is set to
[Automatic IP Address Configuration
(DHCP)].
2 Enter an IP address.
3 Enter a subnet mask.
4 Enter a default gateway.
5 Enter a host name for the Base Station, as
required.
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Tip
The host name can be specified only when
[Automatic IP Address Configuration (DHCP)]
is selected.
6 The Base Station's MAC address for the wired
LAN appears.
7 Depending on the operating environment, the
domain name appears.
8 Select this if you want to assign the DNS
server automatically. The DNS server is only
assigned automatically if [Automatic IP
Address Configuration (DHCP)] is set for the
IP Address Settings.
This button is selected at the time of purchase.
9 Select this if you want to assign the DNS
server manually.
After you select this button, enter the
addresses of your ISP's DNS servers in the
[DNS1] and [DNS2] fields.
0 Select this to save the changes.
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