How to connect Moku:Lab to an existing network via Ethernet
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Ethernet connection setup
When Moku:Lab powers on for the first time, it will be in its factory default state with the ethernet connection enabled.
Simply connect an ethernet cable form your router to the ethernet port on the rear of the Moku:Lab to connect it to the network. The Moku:Lab will request an IP address via DHCP and will be discoverable to both iPads and the windows Moku app.