You can configure network settings from the setup dialog.
To edit network settings, you must first be logged in as a Supervisor.

Accessing Network Settings
From the home screen or the main run-screen, in monitor-mode or run-mode, press the setup button, then the "General Settings" icon, then the "Network Settings" icon.
This takes you to the Network Settings pages.

The controller supports network connections via wired or wireless interfaces. You can only use one of these at a time.

You need to configure and enable networking in order to use the following functions:
  • VNC. This allows you to remotely access the controller across a Local Area Network (LAN) or through the Internet.
  • FTP. You can remotely access the files on the controller using FTP. This feature is most often used by EFI engineers when upgrading the software on  the controller.
The network settings pages allow you or your network administrator to configure the controller to access your network.
Network Services
This function can only be accessed by a Supervisor.
Use this page to enable or disable the VNC and FTP services and to select the network interface to use.
The "Hostname" option allows you to give the controller a name. This is  useful for identifying a controller when you have many controllers on the network.  Changes to this setting require that the controller restarts.

IP Settings
This function can only be accessed by a Supervisor.
In order for any device to use the network, it must be assigned an IP address. The controller supports IPv4 addressing.
The controller can automatically aquire an address using DHCP, if your network has a DHCP server.
Alternatively you can assign a static address manually.
Your network administrator can advise you about IP addresses, masks and gateway addresses.

Wireless Settings
Your controller may already be fitted with an internal WiFi adapter. You can also attach a USB WiFi adapter to the USB port.
This function can only be accessed by a Supervisor.
Configuring the controller to connect to a WiFi network is similar to the steps you'd take on a desktop PC. However, the controller software requires you to know the name of the network to connect to before you begin configuring, because there is no "scan" facility.
Your network administrator can advise you about network type and encryption settings.

Using VNC
Virtual Network Computing (VNC) is a graphical desktop sharing system that allows you to view the controller screen from a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone. You can access all  of the features of the software and use the controller as though you were standing in front of it.
To use this feature:
  • Connect the controller to the network, using either the wireless or ethernet interface.
  • Configure the controller to connect to the network (i.e.: IP address and / or WiFi settings).
  • Enable the VNC server on the controller in the Network Services page.
  • Connect a laptop, desktop PC, tablet or smartphone to the network.
  • On the PC, laptop, smartphone or tablet, download and install a VNC client application. There are many freely available from the Internet.
Assuming that the controller and client device (e.g.: desktop PC) are properly configured, launch the VNC application and enter the IP address or hostname of the controller:

You will be asked for the password, which is configured by a Supervisor in the Network Services page. Once connected, you can view the controller software on your PC or other device.

The controller will only allow one VNC connection at a time. The first connection is accepted; later connection attempts are rejected.