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user_guide:md_node_config_utility [2016/10/31 10:17]
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user_guide:md_node_config_utility [2016/11/05 22:27]
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 ====== MESHdesk Node Config Utility ====== ====== MESHdesk Node Config Utility ======
-  * As of October 2016 we'​ve ​released a fresh version of the **MESHdesk Node Config Utility** to include new features not supported yet in the industry.+  * As of October 2016 we have released a fresh version of the **MESHdesk Node Config Utility** to include new features not supported yet in the industry.
   * This page will discuss the new **MESHdesk Node Config Utility**. We will divide the discussion into segments similar to the tabs of the **MESHdesk Node Config Utility**.   * This page will discuss the new **MESHdesk Node Config Utility**. We will divide the discussion into segments similar to the tabs of the **MESHdesk Node Config Utility**.
   * Before we go into the various tabs let us first discover how to use the **MESHdesk Node Config Utility** (here after simply called the utility) in the correct manner.   * Before we go into the various tabs let us first discover how to use the **MESHdesk Node Config Utility** (here after simply called the utility) in the correct manner.
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   * This is where we use the utility.   * This is where we use the utility.
   * Another purpose for the utility is to '​prime'​ the hardware for an Internet connection.   * Another purpose for the utility is to '​prime'​ the hardware for an Internet connection.
-  * We took the lead and added extra functionality to our firmware which does not enforce an Ethernel ​(LAN) connection for Internet connectivity.+  * We took the lead and added extra functionality to our firmware which does not enforce an Ethernet ​(LAN) connection for Internet connectivity.
   * We now support the following types of Internet connections.   * We now support the following types of Internet connections.
     * Ethernet (LAN) which require a DHCP server and Internet connection on the LAN the hardware connects to. This is the same as other cloud based controlled hardware like OpenMesh, Meraki, or IgniteNet.     * Ethernet (LAN) which require a DHCP server and Internet connection on the LAN the hardware connects to. This is the same as other cloud based controlled hardware like OpenMesh, Meraki, or IgniteNet.