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myhome>Help>LAN configuration --> You are logged in as admin. Activate VoIP settings Save settings Logout   Setup VoIP Switch Advanced Wireless Tools Status Account Phone Storage Printing Help Setup Management server WAN connections NAT and firewall LAN configuration Advanced Service separation LAN clients Firewall configuration MAC address cloning Wireless Configuration LAN configuration One LAN group exists per default: "lan0". All Ethernet LAN ports and WiFi port are associated to "lan0" per default. "lan0" settings can be edited by clicking on the name. Configuring LAN groups with static IP address must be done in a way that the range of assignable IP address on each of the LAN groups should not overlap with other LAN groups. A rule of thumb would be that each LAN group should have its own network. New LAN groups are added by the "Create" button and configuration of applicable settings. For example, you have 3 LAN groups each being setup with static IP addressing: LAN group #1 IP address: 192.168.1.1 Prefix length: 24 LAN group #2 IP address: 192.168.2.1 Prefix length: 24 LAN group #3 IP address: 192.168.3.1 Prefix length: 24 The example shows that each LAN group has its own network and that there is no overlap in assigned IP address space. Ethernet ports can be associated freely with any LAN groups. Also WiFi SSID can be associated with any LAN group. ESx000-02_05_01_17 © 2000-2014 Tilgin. All rights reserved. Copyright and Trademark.
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