Configure Prism’s Ethernet interface and encryption options by opening the Network menu from the web UI. An Ethernet connection is typically the most reliable means for connecting to a network, as you don’t have to deal with the instability of a Wi-Fi or cellular connection. The network configuration also shows stats about the Ethernet interface, including up time, the MAC address, IP address, and the amount of data sent and received.
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), and its successor, TLS (Transport Layer Security), are encryption protocols used to protect the confidentiality and integrity of any data transmitted over the Internet. Use this option to enable or disable SSL/TLS encryption.
WIRED - ADVANCED OPTIONS
- IP Mode - Dynamic (DHCP): When set to DHCP, Prism will request an IP address and network configuration from the network’s DHCP server.
Static: When set to Static, you will need to manually configure the IP address, subnet mask, gateway, and DNS server to connect to the network.
- MTU (Maximum Transmission Unit) - MTU represents the maximum packet or frame size that can be transmitted via Ethernet. The larger the MTU of a connection, the more data that can be passed in a single Ethernet packet.