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[title] Duet 2 Ethernet/Maestro and Duet 3 standalone - Enable Ethernet Connection
[* black] ***This step is for Duet 2 Ethernet/Maestro and Duet 3 (standalone) only!*** Plug an ethernet cable into the Duet's ethernet port and connect the other end of the cable to a free ethernet port on your router/network hub.
-[* icon_caution] The Duet 2 Ethernet and Duet 2 Maestro come with a factory-configured fixed IP address for testing. This is unlikely to work for you setup!
+[* icon_caution] The Duet 2 Ethernet and Duet 2 Maestro come with a factory-configured fixed IP address for testing. This is unlikely to work for your setup!
[* black] So you need to change the network settings. There are two options:
[* black] ***DHCP:*** Most home routers are setup to assign IP addresses by DHCP. Send ***M552 S0*** to disable networking, then ***M552 S1 P0.0.0.0*** to enable networking and have your router assign an IP address.
[* black] ***Fixed Address:*** You can set the Duet to use a fixed IP address. Note that if you use a fixed address, care should be taken that it does not conflict with other devices on the network. Send ***M552 S0*** to disable networking, then ***M552 S1 Px.x.x.x*** to enable networking, where "x.x.x.x" is the IP address you want to use, eg 192.168.1.15.
[* black] In both cases, after 10-30 seconds the board should reply with ***Network running*** and the IP address the Duet is using. Send ***M552*** to check the settings.
[* icon_caution] Note: these network settings are temporary! They will be lost when you restart and will have to be re-entered. Step 10 and 11 explain how to set it up permanently.
-[* icon_note] ***Mac users:*** Press CTRL-A and then CTRL-D to exit screen and return to terminal. You can safely close Terminal at this point.
+[* icon_note] ***Mac users using 'screen':*** Press CTRL-A then CTRL-\ to exit screen and return to terminal. ***Linux users using 'screen':*** CTRL-A then \ to exit screen and return to terminal. You can safely close Terminal at this point.