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Revision to Setting up networking on Duet

Ian A-S

[title|Setting up networking on Duet]
-[summary]This document covers networking options in more detail, including setting up a Duet 2 WiFi in Access Point mode, and direct connections to Ethernet-enabled Duets (Duet 2 Ethernet, Duet 2 Maestro, Duet 3 in stand-alone mode).[/summary]
+[summary]This document covers networking options in more detail, including setting up a Duet 2 WiFi and Duet 3 Mini 5+ WiFi in Access Point mode, and direct connections to Ethernet-enabled Duets (Duet 2 Ethernet, Duet 2 Maestro, Duet 3 with Ethernet in stand-alone mode).[/summary]
-== Duet 2 WiFi ==
+== Duet 2 WiFi and Duet 3 Mini 5+ WiFi ==
=== Connect to WiFi host network ===
-This is the standard setup, with the Duet 2 WiFi connecting to your network through a WiFi access point/router. This is covered in the [guide|7|Getting Connected|stepid=10] guide. Briefly:
+This is the standard setup, with the Duet 2 WiFi or Duet 3 Mini 5+ WiFi connecting to your network through a WiFi access point/router. This is covered in the [guide|7|Getting Connected|stepid=10] guide. Briefly:
* Connect to Duet, via USB and serial terminal, or via console if already connected to network.
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-=== Configuring Duet WiFi Access Point mode ===
+=== Configuring Duet in WiFi Access Point mode ===
-You can set up your Duet 2 WiFi as an access point, that your computer/tablet/phone can connect to directly. Ideally, your device should have two network connections, if you want to keep it connected to the Duet and your network/the internet, e.g. a desktop PC with wired Ethernet connection to network/internet and a WiFi connection to the Duet. Additionally, you should use an IP address range on the Duet that does not clash with your network; see illustration below.
+You can set up your Duet 2 WiFi or Duet 3 Mini 5+ WiFi as an access point, that your computer/tablet/phone can connect to directly. Ideally, your device should have two network connections, if you want to keep it connected to the Duet and your network/the internet, e.g. a desktop PC with wired Ethernet connection to network/internet and a WiFi connection to the Duet. Additionally, you should use an IP address range on the Duet that does not clash with your network; see illustration below.
To do this, use [[Gcode#Section_M589_Configure_access_point_parameters|M589]] and [[Gcode#Section_M552_Set_IP_address_enable_disable_network_interface|M552]] as follows:
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-== Duet 2 Ethernet, Duet 2 Maestro and Duet 3 in standalone mode ==
+== Duet 2 Ethernet, Duet 2 Maestro and Duet 3 with Ethernet in standalone mode ==
=== Wired network connection ===

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