E1SystemNetwork


Revision history for E1SystemNetwork


Revision [3310]

Last edited on 2008-11-28 03:28:22 by jonc [DM8000 link added]
Additions:
[[E1System Back 1 Page]] : [[HomePage Back to the PLi® Wiki]] : [[DM500 DM500]] : [[DM500plus DM500+]] : [[DM56xx DM56xx]] : [[DM600 DM600]] : [[DM7000 DM7000]] : [[DM7020 DM7020]] : [[DM7025 DM7025]] : [[DM800 DM800]] : [[DM8000 DM8000]]
Deletions:
[[E1System Back 1 Page]] : [[HomePage Back to the PLi® Wiki]] : [[E1 E1 Howtos]] : [[DM500 DM500]] : [[DM500plus DM500+]] : [[DM56xx DM56xx]] : [[DM600 DM600]] : [[DM7000 DM7000]] : [[DM7020 DM7020]] : [[DM7025 DM7025]] : [[DM800 DM800]] : [[TextSearch Search]]


Revision [2882]

Edited on 2008-08-26 02:44:09 by jonc [goodies page added]
Additions:
**[[http://www.pli-images.org/goodies.php Support the PLi® team]] and get a cup of coffee.**


Revision [2791]

Edited on 2008-08-01 06:10:12 by jonc [goodies page added]

No Differences

Revision [2790]

Edited on 2008-08-01 06:08:56 by jonc [reformating for GoogleGadget - line breaks added]
Additions:
<< **DHCP :** If you do not know your network details you can enable this option and it will try to automatically discover/find your network details. However a few words of caution when using this option. As soon as you find you network details disable this function and use the settings if they are indeed valid for your local area network (LAN). Why?
<< **IP:** this is the IP address of your DM box. The most common address are;
<<**Netmask:** in 90% of all cases it will be the class "c" netmask of 255.255.255.0 <<
<<**Type:** leave as it is - LAN<<
Deletions:
<< **DHCP :** If you do not know your network details you can enable this option and it will try to automatically discover/find your network details. However a few words of caution when using this option. As soon as you find you network details disable this function and use the settings if they are indeed valid for your local area network (LAN). Why?
<< **IP:** this is the IP address of your DM box. The most common address are;
<<**Netmask:** in 90% of all cases it will be the class "c" netmask of 255.255.255.0 <<
<<**Type:** leave as it is - LAN<<


Revision [2789]

Edited on 2008-08-01 06:07:52 by jonc [reformating for GoogleGadget - line breaks added]
Additions:
::c::
::c::
::c::
::c::


Revision [2788]

Edited on 2008-08-01 06:04:17 by jonc [reformating for GoogleGadget - line breaks added]
Additions:

<< **DHCP :** If you do not know your network details you can enable this option and it will try to automatically discover/find your network details. However a few words of caution when using this option. As soon as you find you network details disable this function and use the settings if they are indeed valid for your local area network (LAN). Why?
- If you are sharing this device i.e. [[E1Mount hdd]] or using the [[Webif Web Interface]] due to the nature of DHCP the IP address will change all the time<<
<< **IP:** this is the IP address of your DM box. The most common address are;
- remember google is your friend<<
<<**Netmask:** in 90% of all cases it will be the class "c" netmask of 255.255.255.0 <<
<<**Type:** leave as it is - LAN<<
Deletions:
<< **DHCP :** If you do not know your network details you can enable this option and it will try to automatically discover/find your network details. However a few words of caution when using this option. As soon as you find you network details disable this function and use the settings if they are indeed valid for your local area network (LAN). Why?
- If you are sharing this device i.e. [[E1Mount hdd]] or using the [[Webif Web Interface]] due to the nature of DHCP the IP address will change all the time
<< **IP:** this is the IP address of your DM box. The most common address are;
- remember google is your friend
<<**Netmask:** in 90% of all cases it will be the class "c" netmask of 255.255.255.0 <<
<<**Type:** leave as it is - LAN<<


Revision [2787]

Edited on 2008-08-01 05:56:17 by jonc [reformating for GoogleGadget - line breaks added]
Additions:
**Remember :** //google is your friend for full technical descriptions on these functions as they are generic to all Network devices, not just your DM box//
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
Deletions:
**Remember :** //google is your friend for full technical descriptions on these functions as they are generic to all Network devices, not just your DM box//
---
---
---
---
---
---
---


Revision [2786]

Edited on 2008-08-01 05:50:41 by jonc [reformating for GoogleGadget - line breaks added]

No Differences

Revision [2785]

Edited on 2008-08-01 04:38:18 by jonc [reformating for GoogleGadget - line breaks added]
Additions:
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
Deletions:


Revision [2704]

Edited on 2008-07-29 09:16:17 by jonc [google translate]
Additions:
{{googletranslate}}


Revision [2555]

Edited on 2008-07-05 00:34:44 by jonc [google translate]
Additions:
**Remember :** //google is your friend for full technical descriptions on these functions as they are generic to all Network devices, not just your DM box//
**Question:** Does this work on Wifi? Yes perfectly if your LAN is correctly setup.
**Question:** Does this work on a small 10mb LAN? Yes perfectly if your LAN is correctly setup.
**Question:** Can the PLi® team help me setup my LAN as I do not have one? In short no, we can not, but you can ask in the [[http://www.pli-images.org/forum/index.php PLi® Forums]] or your IT support person to help you
Deletions:
**Remember :** //google is your friend for full technical descriptions on these functions as they are E1 to all Network devices, not just your DM box//


Revision [2003]

Edited on 2008-06-17 07:15:24 by jonc [google translate]
Additions:
{{image class alt="description here" title="title here" url="/images/wiki/000847_network.jpg"}}
{{image alt="Ping my DM box" title="Ping my DM box" url="/images/wiki/000847_ping.jpg"}}
Deletions:
{{image class alt="description here" title="title here" url="http://www.jsat.tv/pics/sshots/network.jpg"}}
{{image alt="Ping my DM box" title="Ping my DM box" url="http://www.jsat.tv/pics/sshots/ping.jpg"}}


Revision [1850]

Edited on 2008-06-15 03:16:20 by jonc [Renamed DM800Lan to:E2Network]
Additions:
//[[E2Network E2 - DM7025/DM800 users click here]]//
Deletions:
//[[DM800Lan E2 - DM7025/DM800 users click here]]//


Revision [1776]

Edited on 2008-06-15 02:58:48 by jonc [Renamed GenericWebif to:Webif]
Additions:
- Access to the DM boxes [[Webif Web Interface]]
- If you are sharing this device i.e. [[E1Mount hdd]] or using the [[Webif Web Interface]] due to the nature of DHCP the IP address will change all the time
Deletions:
- Access to the DM boxes [[GenericWebif Web Interface]]
- If you are sharing this device i.e. [[E1Mount hdd]] or using the [[GenericWebif Web Interface]] due to the nature of DHCP the IP address will change all the time


Revision [1660]

Edited on 2008-06-15 01:48:18 by jonc [Renamed GenericMount to:E1Mount]
Additions:
- [[E1Mount Mounting LAN]] based Hard Disks to your DM box
- If you are sharing this device i.e. [[E1Mount hdd]] or using the [[GenericWebif Web Interface]] due to the nature of DHCP the IP address will change all the time
Deletions:
- [[GenericMount Mounting LAN]] based Hard Disks to your DM box
- If you are sharing this device i.e. [[GenericMount hdd]] or using the [[GenericWebif Web Interface]] due to the nature of DHCP the IP address will change all the time


Revision [1659]

Edited on 2008-06-15 01:47:37 by jonc [Renamed GenericMount to:E1Mount]
Additions:
[[E1System Back 1 Page]] : [[HomePage Back to the PLi® Wiki]] : [[E1 E1 Howtos]] : [[DM500 DM500]] : [[DM500plus DM500+]] : [[DM56xx DM56xx]] : [[DM600 DM600]] : [[DM7000 DM7000]] : [[DM7020 DM7020]] : [[DM7025 DM7025]] : [[DM800 DM800]] : [[TextSearch Search]]
Deletions:
[[E1System Back 1 Page]] : [[HomePage Back to the PLi® Wiki]] : [[E1 E1 E1 Howtos]] : [[DM500 DM500]] : [[DM500plus DM500+]] : [[DM56xx DM56xx]] : [[DM600 DM600]] : [[DM7000 DM7000]] : [[DM7020 DM7020]] : [[DM7025 DM7025]] : [[DM800 DM800]] : [[TextSearch Search]]


Revision [1610]

Edited on 2008-06-15 01:38:16 by jonc [Renamed GenericSystem to:E1System]
Additions:
[[E1System Back 1 Page]] : [[HomePage Back to the PLi® Wiki]] : [[E1 E1 E1 Howtos]] : [[DM500 DM500]] : [[DM500plus DM500+]] : [[DM56xx DM56xx]] : [[DM600 DM600]] : [[DM7000 DM7000]] : [[DM7020 DM7020]] : [[DM7025 DM7025]] : [[DM800 DM800]] : [[TextSearch Search]]
Deletions:
[[GenericSystem Back 1 Page]] : [[HomePage Back to the PLi® Wiki]] : [[E1 E1 E1 Howtos]] : [[DM500 DM500]] : [[DM500plus DM500+]] : [[DM56xx DM56xx]] : [[DM600 DM600]] : [[DM7000 DM7000]] : [[DM7020 DM7020]] : [[DM7025 DM7025]] : [[DM800 DM800]] : [[TextSearch Search]]


Revision [1379]

Edited on 2008-06-15 01:01:54 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
**Remember :** //google is your friend for full technical descriptions on these functions as they are E1 to all Network devices, not just your DM box//
[[GenericSystem Back 1 Page]] : [[HomePage Back to the PLi® Wiki]] : [[E1 E1 E1 Howtos]] : [[DM500 DM500]] : [[DM500plus DM500+]] : [[DM56xx DM56xx]] : [[DM600 DM600]] : [[DM7000 DM7000]] : [[DM7020 DM7020]] : [[DM7025 DM7025]] : [[DM800 DM800]] : [[TextSearch Search]]
Deletions:
**Remember :** //google is your friend for full technical descriptions on these functions as they are generic to all Network devices, not just your DM box//
[[GenericSystem Back 1 Page]] : [[HomePage Back to the PLi® Wiki]] : [[Generic E1 Generic Howtos]] : [[DM500 DM500]] : [[DM500plus DM500+]] : [[DM56xx DM56xx]] : [[DM600 DM600]] : [[DM7000 DM7000]] : [[DM7020 DM7020]] : [[DM7025 DM7025]] : [[DM800 DM800]] : [[TextSearch Search]]


Revision [1313]

Edited on 2008-06-14 05:00:39 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
=====How To set up your basic network details=====
===={{color c="gray" text="System Settings"}}====
Deletions:
===How To set up your basic network details===


Revision [1213]

Edited on 2008-06-13 05:05:51 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
//[[DM800Lan E2 - DM7025/DM800 users click here]]//
Deletions:
//Generic Enigma 1 or E1 menus. [[DM800Lan Click here]] for the E2 Generic Menus//


Revision [1202]

Edited on 2008-06-13 04:49:15 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
//Generic Enigma 1 or E1 menus. [[DM800Lan Click here]] for the E2 Generic Menus//
Deletions:
//Generic Enigma 1 or E1 menus. [[DM800Setup Click here]] for the E2 Generic Menus//


Revision [1103]

Edited on 2008-06-11 05:49:00 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
[[GenericSystem Back 1 Page]] : [[HomePage Back to the PLi® Wiki]] : [[Generic E1 Generic Howtos]] : [[DM500 DM500]] : [[DM500plus DM500+]] : [[DM56xx DM56xx]] : [[DM600 DM600]] : [[DM7000 DM7000]] : [[DM7020 DM7020]] : [[DM7025 DM7025]] : [[DM800 DM800]] : [[TextSearch Search]]
Deletions:
[[GenericSystem Back 1 Page]] : [[HomePage Back to the PLi® Wiki Home Page]] : [[Generic Generic Howtos]] : [[DM500 DM500]] : [[DM500plus DM500+]] : [[DM56xx DM56xx]] : [[DM600 DM600]] : [[DM7000 DM7000]] : [[DM7020 DM7020]] : [[DM7025 DM7025]] : [[DM800 DM800]]


Revision [986]

Edited on 2008-06-10 11:12:42 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
===How To set up your basic network details===
//Generic Enigma 1 or E1 menus. [[DM800Setup Click here]] for the E2 Generic Menus//
Deletions:
==How To set up your basic network details==


Revision [940]

Edited on 2008-06-10 05:22:35 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]

No Differences

Revision [788]

Edited on 2008-06-08 04:33:54 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
==If your DM box is not alive then check the following things;==
Deletions:
==If it is not alive then check the following things;==


Revision [608]

Edited on 2008-06-01 17:19:02 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
**Tip:** If you select DHCP while this will find your DM box on the LAN, it may cause an issue if you are **[[GenericStream streaming]]**, as it will change each time the DM box is rebooted.
Deletions:
**Tip:** If you select DHCP while this will find your DM box on the LAN, it may cause an issue if you are streaming, as it will change each time the DM box is rebooted.


Revision [607]

Edited on 2008-06-01 17:16:32 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]

No Differences

Revision [461]

Edited on 2008-05-31 06:47:50 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
Once you have set this up simply press the **GREEN** button to save the details.
Deletions:
Once you have set this up simply press the GREEN button to save the details.


Revision [451]

Edited on 2008-05-31 06:30:39 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
Once you have saved this screen with the GREEN button you can test if it is connected to the LAN by ping'ing it from your Windows, Mac or Linux computer. On any Microsoft windows box try this; press the WINDOWS Button + R and type CMD and press enter. Now simply type ping the IP address you assigned to your DM box like this example below - //ping 192.168.1.22 <enter>//
**Tip:** make sure the Domain Name Sever(DNS) and gateway are always the same number - regardless of what you think the DNS number should be. (Why well if your ISP changes the DNS address then your DM box is always locked to that address, however if you make your DNS the same address as the gateway it will always be updated every time your ADSL/ Dialup connects to your ISP) If you are having problems connecting to remote sites you can always use the Open DNS at 208.67.222.222 instead of your local/ISP DNS
Deletions:
Once you have saved this screen with the GREEN button you can test if it is connected to the LAN by ping'ing it from your Windows, Mac or Linux computer. On any Microsoft windows box try this; press the WINDOWS Button + R and type CMD and press enter. Now simply type ping the IP address you assigned to your DM box like this eample below - //ping IPaddressofyourDMbox <enter>//
**Tip:** make sure the Domain Name Sever(DNS) and gateway are always the same number - regardless of what you think the DNS number should be. (Why well if your ISP changes the DNS address then your DM box is always locked to that address, however if you make your DNS the same address as the gateway it will always be updated every time your ADSL/ Dialup connects to your ISP) If you are having problems connecting to remote sites you can always use the OpenDNS at 208.67.222.222 instead of your local/ISP DNS


Revision [450]

Edited on 2008-05-31 06:29:36 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]

No Differences

Revision [449]

Edited on 2008-05-31 06:28:45 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
==How do I test if my set up is OK?==
==If it is not alive then check the following things;==
Deletions:
**How do I test if my set up is OK?**
**If it is not alive then check the following things;**


Revision [448]

Edited on 2008-05-31 06:27:10 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
**If it is not alive then check the following things;**
- Did I assign the correct Netmask details?
- Did I assign the correct Nameserver details?
- Did I assign the correct gateway address?
Deletions:
**If it is not alive then check the following;**


Revision [447]

Edited on 2008-05-31 06:23:50 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
Once you have set this up simply press the GREEN button to save the details.
**How do I test if my set up is OK?**
Once you have saved this screen with the GREEN button you can test if it is connected to the LAN by ping'ing it from your Windows, Mac or Linux computer. On any Microsoft windows box try this; press the WINDOWS Button + R and type CMD and press enter. Now simply type ping the IP address you assigned to your DM box like this eample below - //ping IPaddressofyourDMbox <enter>//
If you see a screen like the option above then it worked. Your DM box is alive and you can enjoy all the networking functions outlined above.
**If it is not alive then check the following;**
- Did I assign the correct unique LAN address to my DM box?
- Is the LAN cable plugged into the DM box?
- Is the DM box LAN cable connected to a HUB or modem router?
- Are other devices on my LAN working?
Deletions:
Once you have saved this screen with the GREEN button you can test if it is connected to the LAN by ping'ing it from your Windows, Mac or Linux computer. On any Microsoft windows box try this; press the WINDOWS Button + R and type CMD and press enter. Now simply type ping the IP address you assigned to your DM box like this eample below - //ping IPofYOURdmBOX <enter>//
**Other Domain Name Server (DNS) setting** - OpenDNS
**Other Networking details** - FaqNetwork


Revision [446]

Edited on 2008-05-31 06:14:43 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
<<**Nameserver:** Either what your ISP provides, the same as the gateway below or use the Open DNS settings of 208.67.222.222 <<
<<**Gateway:** Normally that of your ADSL modem router, and will be the same address that the other devices (pc) use on your local area network (LAN) <<
**Tip:** make sure the Domain Name Sever(DNS) and gateway are always the same number - regardless of what you think the DNS number should be. (Why well if your ISP changes the DNS address then your DM box is always locked to that address, however if you make your DNS the same address as the gateway it will always be updated every time your ADSL/ Dialup connects to your ISP) If you are having problems connecting to remote sites you can always use the OpenDNS at 208.67.222.222 instead of your local/ISP DNS
**Tip:** If you select DHCP while this will find your DM box on the LAN, it may cause an issue if you are streaming, as it will change each time the DM box is rebooted.
Once you have saved this screen with the GREEN button you can test if it is connected to the LAN by ping'ing it from your Windows, Mac or Linux computer. On any Microsoft windows box try this; press the WINDOWS Button + R and type CMD and press enter. Now simply type ping the IP address you assigned to your DM box like this eample below - //ping IPofYOURdmBOX <enter>//
{{image alt="Ping my DM box" title="Ping my DM box" url="http://www.jsat.tv/pics/sshots/ping.jpg"}}
Deletions:
<<**Nameserver:** Either what your ISP provides, the same as the gateway below or use the Open DNS settings<<
<<**Gateway:** Normally that of your ADSL modem router, and will be the same all other devices use on your local area network (LAN) <<
//Note 1:// make sure the network enable option is always on or on older images set to LAN
//Note 2:// make sure the Domain Name Sever(DNS) and gateway are always the same number - regardless of what you think the DNS number should be. (Why well if your ISP changes the DNS address then your DMxxxx is always locked to that address, however if you make your DNS the gateway it will always be updated every time your ADSL/ Dialup connects to your ISP) If you are having problems connectiong to remote site you can always use the OpenDNS at 208.67.222.222 instead of your local/ISP DNS
//Note 3:// If you select DHCP while this will find your DM box on the LAN, it may cause an issue if you are streaming, as it will change each time the DM box is rebooted.
Once you have saved this screen you can test if it is connected to the LAN by ping'ing it from your computer. On any Microsoft windows box; WINDOWS Button + R and type CMD and press enter;
Now simply type ping IPofYOURdmBOX <enter>
{{image class alt="description here" title="title here" url="http://www.jsat.tv/pics/sshots/ping.jpg"}}


Revision [445]

Edited on 2008-05-31 06:05:38 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
<< **DHCP :** If you do not know your network details you can enable this option and it will try to automatically discover/find your network details. However a few words of caution when using this option. As soon as you find you network details disable this function and use the settings if they are indeed valid for your local area network (LAN). Why?
- somethings on Windows boxes the DHCP lease is only for a few hours and if you are using any network function there maybe a big delay when updating the new lease (remember google is your friend).
Deletions:
<< **DHCP :** If you do not know your network details you can enable this option and it will try to automatically discover/find your network details. However a few words of caution when using this option. As some as you find you network details disable this function.
- Why? somethings on Windows boxes the DHCP lease is only for a few hours and if you are using any network function there maybe a big delay when updating the new lease (remember google is your friend).


Revision [444]

Edited on 2008-05-31 06:02:56 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
- Why? somethings on Windows boxes the DHCP lease is only for a few hours and if you are using any network function there maybe a big delay when updating the new lease (remember google is your friend).
- If you are sharing this device i.e. [[GenericMount hdd]] or using the [[GenericWebif Web Interface]] due to the nature of DHCP the IP address will change all the time
<< **IP:** this is the IP address of your DM box. The most common address are;
- 192.168.x.x
- 10.10.x.x
- remember google is your friend
<<**Netmask:** in 90% of all cases it will be the class "c" netmask of 255.255.255.0 <<
<<**Nameserver:** Either what your ISP provides, the same as the gateway below or use the Open DNS settings<<
<<**Gateway:** Normally that of your ADSL modem router, and will be the same all other devices use on your local area network (LAN) <<
Deletions:
- Why somethings on Windows boxes the DHCP lease is only for a few hours and if you are using any network function there maybe a big delay if updating the new lease.
- If you are sharing this device i.e. hdd or using the web interface due to the nature of DHCP the IP address will change all the time
<< **IP:** this is the IP address of your DM box <<
<<**Netmask:** in 90% of all cases it will be the class "c" mask of 255.255.255.0 <<
<<**Nameserver:** <<
<<**Gateway:** <<


Revision [443]

Edited on 2008-05-31 05:56:33 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:


Revision [442]

Edited on 2008-05-31 05:56:13 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]

No Differences

Revision [441]

Edited on 2008-05-31 05:55:07 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Deletions:
.
.
.
.


Revision [440]

Edited on 2008-05-31 05:54:20 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
.
.
.
.
Deletions:


Revision [439]

Edited on 2008-05-31 05:52:03 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:


Revision [437]

Edited on 2008-05-31 05:48:49 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
<<**Enable Network:** Simply turn networking ON or turn networking OFF. When you highlight or select this option, press the OK button, you will either enable networking or disable networking (if it is enabled there is a **X** in the Enable Network box). If you want to use the basic network services on your DM box then you should always ensure this option is enabled so you can use the network functions of you DM box.
- Access to the DM boxes [[GenericWebif Web Interface]]
- [[GenericMount Mounting LAN]] based Hard Disks to your DM box
<< **DHCP :** If you do not know your network details you can enable this option and it will try to automatically discover/find your network details. However a few words of caution when using this option. As some as you find you network details disable this function.
Deletions:
**Enable Network:** Turn networking ON or turn networking OFF. When you highlight or select this option, press the OK button, you will either enable it or disable it (if it is enabled there is a X in the box). If you want to use the basic network services on your DM box then you should always ensure this option is enabled so you can use the network functions of you DM box.
- Access to the DM boxes web interface
- Mounting LAN based Hard Disks to your DM box
<<
**DHCP :** If you do not know your network details you can enable this option and it will try to automatically discover/find your network details. However a few words of caution when using this option. As some as you find you network details disable this function.


Revision [436]

Edited on 2008-05-31 05:44:49 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
**Enable Network:** Turn networking ON or turn networking OFF. When you highlight or select this option, press the OK button, you will either enable it or disable it (if it is enabled there is a X in the box). If you want to use the basic network services on your DM box then you should always ensure this option is enabled so you can use the network functions of you DM box.
Some of these networking features are;
- and so many more functions
<<
**DHCP :** If you do not know your network details you can enable this option and it will try to automatically discover/find your network details. However a few words of caution when using this option. As some as you find you network details disable this function.
- If you are sharing this device i.e. hdd or using the web interface due to the nature of DHCP the IP address will change all the time
Deletions:
<<**Enable Network:** Turn networking ON or turn networking OFF. When you highlight or select this option, press the OK button, you will either enable it or disable it (if it is enabled there is a X in the box). If you want to use the basic network services on your DM box then you should always ensure this option is enabled so you can use the network functions of you DM box. Some of the networking features are
- and so much more
<< **DHCP :** If you do not know your network details you can enable this option and it will try to automatically discover/find your network details. However a few words of caution when using this option. As some as you find you network details disable this function.
- If you are sharing this device i.e. hdd or using the web interface due to the nature of DHCP the IP address will change all the time<<


Revision [435]

Edited on 2008-05-31 05:43:30 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
<<**Enable Network:** Turn networking ON or turn networking OFF. When you highlight or select this option, press the OK button, you will either enable it or disable it (if it is enabled there is a X in the box). If you want to use the basic network services on your DM box then you should always ensure this option is enabled so you can use the network functions of you DM box. Some of the networking features are
- Access to the DM boxes web interface
- Mounting LAN based Hard Disks to your DM box
- Sharing
- Download of other PLi® applications, plugins, skins to your DM box
- Upgrading your PLi® image over the network
- Flashing you DM box with a new PLi® Image
- and so much more
<<
[[GenericSystem Back 1 Page]] : [[HomePage Back to the PLi® Wiki Home Page]] : [[Generic Generic Howtos]] : [[DM500 DM500]] : [[DM500plus DM500+]] : [[DM56xx DM56xx]] : [[DM600 DM600]] : [[DM7000 DM7000]] : [[DM7020 DM7020]] : [[DM7025 DM7025]] : [[DM800 DM800]]
Deletions:
<<**Enable Network:** Turn networking ON or turn networking OFF. When you highlight or select this option, press the OK button, you will either enable it or disable it (if it is enabled there is a X in the box). If you want to use the basic network services on your DM box then you should always ensure this option is enabled so you can use the network functions of you DM box. <<
[[GenericSystem Back 1 Page]] : [[HomePage Back to the PLi Wiki Home Page]] : [[Generic Generic Howtos]] : [[DM500 DM500]] : [[DM500plus DM500+]] : [[DM56xx DM56xx]] : [[DM600 DM600]] : [[DM7000 DM7000]] : [[DM7020 DM7020]] : [[DM7025 DM7025]] : [[DM800 DM800]]


Revision [434]

Edited on 2008-05-31 05:37:21 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
<< **IP:** this is the IP address of your DM box <<
<<**Netmask:** in 90% of all cases it will be the class "c" mask of 255.255.255.0 <<
<<**Type:** leave as it is - LAN<<
<<**Nameserver:** <<
<<**Gateway:** <<
Deletions:
<< here <<
<<here <<


Revision [433]

Edited on 2008-05-31 05:33:20 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
<< **DHCP :** If you do not know your network details you can enable this option and it will try to automatically discover/find your network details. However a few words of caution when using this option. As some as you find you network details disable this function.
- Why somethings on Windows boxes the DHCP lease is only for a few hours and if you are using any network function there maybe a big delay if updating the new lease.
- If you are sharing this device i.e. hdd or using the web interface due to the nature of DHCP the IP address will change all the time<<
Deletions:
<< **DHCP :** If you do not know your network details you can enable this option and it will try to automatically discover/find your network details. However a few words of caution when using this option. <<


Revision [432]

Edited on 2008-05-31 05:29:47 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
<< here <<
<<here <<


Revision [431]

Edited on 2008-05-31 05:28:49 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
Lets go through and explain these options
**Remember :** //google is your friend for full technical descriptions on these functions as they are generic to all Network devices, not just your DM box//
Deletions:
Lets go through and explain these options - google is your friend for full technical descriptions on these functions as they are generic to all Network devices, not just your DM box;


Revision [430]

Edited on 2008-05-31 05:27:30 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
<< **DHCP :** If you do not know your network details you can enable this option and it will try to automatically discover/find your network details. However a few words of caution when using this option. <<
Deletions:
**DHCP :** If you do not know your network details you can enable this option and it will try to automatically discover/find your network details. However a few words of caution when using this option.


Revision [429]

Edited on 2008-05-31 05:26:51 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
<<**Enable Network:** Turn networking ON or turn networking OFF. When you highlight or select this option, press the OK button, you will either enable it or disable it (if it is enabled there is a X in the box). If you want to use the basic network services on your DM box then you should always ensure this option is enabled so you can use the network functions of you DM box. <<
Deletions:
**Enable Network:** Turn networking ON or turn networking OFF. When you highlight or select this option, press the OK button, you will either enable it or disable it (if it is enabled there is a X in the box). If you want to use the basic network services on your DM box then you should always ensure this option is enabled so you can use the network functions of you DM box.


Revision [428]

Edited on 2008-05-31 05:25:47 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
==How To set up your basic network details==
To get to this screen with your remote control all you have to do is press the following buttons. Press the **MENU** button and the select **setup** and press **OK** now select **System Settings** and press **OK** now select **Networking** and press **OK** If you did all of this you should see this screen.
Lets go through and explain these options - google is your friend for full technical descriptions on these functions as they are generic to all Network devices, not just your DM box;
**Enable Network:** Turn networking ON or turn networking OFF. When you highlight or select this option, press the OK button, you will either enable it or disable it (if it is enabled there is a X in the box). If you want to use the basic network services on your DM box then you should always ensure this option is enabled so you can use the network functions of you DM box.
**DHCP :** If you do not know your network details you can enable this option and it will try to automatically discover/find your network details. However a few words of caution when using this option.
Deletions:
=====HowTo set up your basic network details =====
To get to this screen with your remote control all you have to do is press the following buttons;
Press the **MENU** button and the select **setup** and press **OK** now select **System Settings** and press **OK** now select **Networking** and press **OK** If you did all of this you should see this screen.


Revision [427]

Edited on 2008-05-31 05:13:43 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
To get to this screen with your remote control all you have to do is press the following buttons;
Press the **MENU** button and the select **setup** and press **OK** now select **System Settings** and press **OK** now select **Networking** and press **OK** If you did all of this you should see this screen.
Deletions:
With your remote control all you have to do is press the following buttons on your remote control;
Press **MENU** and the select **setup** and press **OK** now select **System Settings** and press **OK** now select **Networking** and press **OK** This screen will now be shown to you


Revision [426]

The oldest known version of this page was created on 2008-05-31 05:11:41 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Valid XHTML :: Valid CSS: :: Powered by WikkaWiki