Network dialog

1 The host name of a device can be set by the Scout Console, by the First Configuration wizard, or by eLux (elux-xxx).

If configured, you can change the host name locally (and send it to the DHCP server).

2 Shows the active network connection with network type and profile name
3 Shows the status of the active network connection
4 Use this button to check the status of the active network profile and establish a connection.
5 Under Information, network-related data such as IP address and MAC address of the device are shown, as well as statistics.

This segment can be hidden via the user rights.1

6 Under Network connections, depending on the hardware installed, up to four tabs are shown for different network types.
7 An existing network profile can be connected / disconnected, edited or deleted via menu. Click
8 Create a new network profile

The following network types are available:


In addition to Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4), IPv6 is supported for local applications.3 For further information, see Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) in the Scout guide.