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To assign the IPv4 address to this machine ([IPv4 Settings])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Network Settings]
        • [TCP/IP Settings]
          • [IPv4 Settings]

Assign an IP address (IPv4) to this machine.

Settings

Description

[IP Application Method]

Select the method to assign the IP address to this machine according to your environment.

[Auto Input] is specified by default.

[Manual Input]

Assign the fixed IP address to this machine.

Enter the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway.

[Auto Input]

Automatically assigns the IP address using DHCP or other protocols. Tapping [Auto Input] allows you to select an Auto Input option.

  • [DHCP Settings]: [ON] is specified by default.

  • [BOOTP Settings]: [OFF] is specified by default.

  • [ARP/PING Settings]: [ON] is specified by default.

  • [AUTO IP Settings]: [ON] is specified by default.

To assign the IPv6 address to this machine ([IPv6 Settings])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Network Settings]
        • [TCP/IP Settings]
          • [IPv6 Settings]

Assign an IP address (IPv6) to this machine.

Settings

Description

[ON]/[OFF]

Select whether to use IPv6.

[ON] is specified by default.

[Auto IPv6 Setting]

Select whether to automatically assign the IPv6 global address of this machine.

[ON] is specified by default.

[ON]

Automatically assigns the IPv6 global address based on the prefix length notified from the router and the MAC address of this machine.

[OFF]

Allows you to manually assign the IPv6 global address.

  • [Global Address]: Enter the IPv6 global address.

  • [Gateway Address]: Enter the gateway address.

  • [Link-Local Address]: Displays the link-local address that is automatically specified from the MAC address of this machine.

[DHCPv6 Setting]

Select whether to automatically assign the IPv6 global address using DHCPv6.

[ON] is specified by default.

To register the host name of this machine ([DNS Host])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Network Settings]
        • [TCP/IP Settings]
          • [DNS Host]

When connecting to this machine using the host name on the DNS server environment, register the host name of this machine.

Settings

Description

[DNS Host Name]

Enter the host name of this machine (using up to 63 characters).

If your DNS server does not support the Dynamic DNS function, register the host name of this machine on the DNS server.

[Dynamic DNS Setting]

Select whether to enable the Dynamic DNS function.

When your DNS server supports the Dynamic DNS function, the specified host name can be automatically registered on the DNS server or changes can be automatically updated as long as [Enable] is selected.

[Disable] is specified by default.

To register the name of the domain this machine joins ([DNS Domain])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Network Settings]
        • [TCP/IP Settings]
          • [DNS Domain]

Register the name of a domain this machine joins.

Settings

Description

[Domain Name Auto Retrieval]

When using the DHCP or other protocols, select whether to automatically retrieve the domain name.

[Enable] is specified by default.

[Search Domain Name Auto Retrieval]

When using the DHCP or other protocols, select whether to automatically retrieve the search domain name.

[Enable] is specified by default.

[Default DNS Domain Name]

When not automatically retrieving the default domain name, enter the default domain name of this machine (using up to 253 bytes, including the host name).

[DNS Search Domain Name 1] to [DNS Search Domain Name 3]

When not automatically retrieving the search domain name, select a number to be registered, and enter the search domain name (using up to 251 characters).

To register the IPv4 address of the DNS server for this machine ([DNS Server Settings (IPv4)])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Network Settings]
        • [TCP/IP Settings]
          • [DNS Server Settings (IPv4)]

To resolve the name using the host name when accessing a computer or server on the network from this machine, register your DNS server address (IPv4) on this machine.

Settings

Description

[DNS Server Auto Obtain]

Select whether to automatically obtain the address of the DNS server.

[Enable] is specified by default.

[Primary DNS Server]

Enter the address of your primary DNS server.

[Secondary DNS Server 1] or [Secondary DNS Server 2]

When using multiple DNS servers, select a number to be registered, and enter the address of your secondary DNS server.

To register the IPv6 address of the DNS server for this machine ([DNS Server Settings (IPv6)])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Network Settings]
        • [TCP/IP Settings]
          • [DNS Server Settings (IPv6)]

To resolve the name using the host name when accessing a computer or server on the network from this machine, register your DNS server address (IPv6) on this machine.

Settings

Description

[DNS Server Auto Obtain]

Select whether to automatically obtain the address of the DNS server.

When using DHCPv6, the DNS server address can be specified automatically.

[Enable] is specified by default.

[Primary DNS Server]

Enter the address of your primary DNS server.

[Secondary DNS Server 1] or [Secondary DNS Server 2]

When using multiple DNS servers, select a number to be registered, and enter the address of your secondary DNS server.

To specify whether to enable LLMNR ([LLMNR Setting])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Network Settings]
        • [TCP/IP Settings]
          • [LLMNR Setting]

Select whether to use LLMNR (Link-local Multicast Name Resolution).

Using LLMNR enables you to resolve the name even in an environment with no DNS server. This function is supported in an operating system of Windows Vista or later (Windows Vista/7/8/Server 2008/Server 2008 R2/Server 2012). It is useful to resolve the name in the IPv6 environment.

[Enable] is specified by default.

To send the ping command and confirm the connection ([PING Confirmation])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Network Settings]
        • [Detail Settings]
          • [PING Confirmation]

Configure settings to send a ping to the device communicating with this machine to check that the connection has been set up correctly.

Settings

Description

[PING TX Address]

Enter the address used to send a ping.

Use one of the following formats.

  • Example of host name entry: "host.example.com"

  • Example of IP address (IPv4) entry: "192.168.1.1"

  • Example of IP address (IPv6) entry: "fe80::220:6b.:fe10:2f16"

[Check Connection]

Send a ping to check that this machine has been correctly connected.