Interfaces: Network Adapters
A network adapter provides the physical interface, or connector, and the hardware to let a computer access a network. A network adapter is also called an adapter card, a network interface card (NIC), or simply a card.
From the Interfaces page, you can perform one of the following tasks:
- Change the name of the connection.
- Set or change the Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, gateway addresses, subnet masks, and metrics.
- Set or change how the server resolves DNS names.
- Set or change the configuration of the Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) clients.
- Configure AppleTalk, if installed on your server.
To configure a network adapter
- Select the adapter you want from the Description column.
- Select the task you want from the Tasks list.
- On the Task page, use the tabs in the left pane to display the configuration of the network adapter you chose.
IP Address Configuration
Initial NAS Server Configuration
Initial Web Server Configuration