Configuration System: Network
If you wish to use your computer as a part of any network then the Network section of RISC OS Six will prove to be one of the most important. Whether it's to use your computer on the Internet or as a part of a local network (via a Network Interface Card (NIC)) everything you need to configure is located here.
What follows are very brief, simple, explanations for each window. If you are not familiar with computer networking there are various publications and web sites that can guide you through the process properly or your dealer/software supplier should be in a position to help.
If you click on the Network icon the following window appears:
Whereas RISC OS 4 had three sections to configure AUN, Access and Internet, RISC OS Six has ten different sections corresponding to different aspects of your systems setup. Working from left to right, then top to bottom they are:
The following sections go into a little more detail about some of the Network configurations.
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