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11. Configurator, Communication settings
• use the DHCP setting so that a automatic address will be assigned.
• Assign manually an IP address, Subnet-mask, default gateway address.
- Set the IP-Address ﬁeld to the desired value. The IP address identiﬁes a projector’s location on the
network in the same way a street address identiﬁes a house on a city block. Just as a street address
must identify a unique residence, an IP address must be globally unique and have a uniform format.
- Set the Subnet-Mask as appropriate for the local subnet.
- Set the Default-Gateway to the IP-Address of the local router (MUST be on the local subnet!) on
the same network as this projector that is used to forward trafﬁc to destinations beyond the local
network. If there is no router on the projector’s local subnet then just set this ﬁeld to any IP-Address
on the subnet.
11.1.2 Assign an Ethernet address via DHCP
How to set up
1. Click on the radio button in front of Obtain an IP address Automatically (DHCP) in the Network settings
pane (a) (image 11-1)
2. Click on Apply (c)
The network setting is applied.
Network setting, DHCP
11.1.3 Manually assign an Ethernet address
How to set up
1. Click on the radio button in front of Use the following IP address in the Ne twork settings pane (a) (im-
2. Click in the input ﬁeld of the IP address and ﬁll out the 4 ﬁelds (b)
Note: An address contains 4 octets with a maximum value of 255.
3. Click in the Subnet mask input ﬁelds and ﬁll out the 4 ﬁelds as appropriate for the local subnet (b).
4. Click in the Default Gateway input ﬁelds and ﬁll out the 4 ﬁelds. Set the Default Gateway to the IP-Ad-
dress of the router (MUST be on the local subnet!) (b).
Note: If there is no router on the projector’s local subnet then just set this ﬁeld to any IP-Address on
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